Online Training Courses in Health and Population

Are there any courses we're missing? Let us know what you're looking forward to learning online by emailing Jillian at jrs7 (at) williams (dot) edu, and we'll put your recommendations right up!

Announcement: IDEAS Calendar of Virtual Webinars in Development

IDEAS is hosting a calendar of all the webinars they can find related to development. Check back often if you have some time and want to learn something new!

Recorded Webinar: The Economic Implications of Covid-19 with Raghuram Rajan

Princeton’s Bendheim Center for Finance hosted Raghuram Rajan on Friday, July 24st for a discussion of the economic implications of Covid-19. Princeton’s BCF is running webinars on the evolving Covid crisis, and putting up its archives online, so check out their website to register for upcoming webinars.

Online course: Child Nutrition and Cooking

If you’re stuck at home, why not try cooking some new things and deepening your knowledge of how to feed your kid with this free Coursera course, offered by Stanford University?

Online learning: “Using Big Data to Solve Economic and Social Problems”

This online course, taught by Raj Chetty, discusses using big data to solve economic problems. It’s targeted at someone without a background in economics or statistics, and is offered through Opportunity Insights in collaboration with Harvard University

Online Learning: “The Science of Well-Being”

Have you been feeling a little “off” with all the upheaval? If you have time on your hands, you might want to check out this course, to learn a little more about the science behind well-being. The course is free, and is estimated to take about 18 hours to complete.

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