Faculty in the population and health domain (PH) study human demographic and health events, especially as they relate to the environment, space, and place. Demographic and health events include classic measures of population change (fertility, mortality, migration), as well as other topics including social demography (educational inequality, immigrant integration, etc.), family demography (union formation and dissolution, family time use, etc.), urban demography (segregation, neighborhood change, etc.), and population health (health outcomes, health behaviors, etc.). All such events are embedded in social, economic, political, environmental, and cultural contexts, making our approach inherently interdisciplinary. As geographers, we focus on the interplay between demographic and health events and the environment, space, and place. To understand these events, we analyze primary and secondary data on local, U.S., and international contexts--including survey data, spatial data, and remote sensing data--using quantitative methods such as network analysis, multilevel modeling, and forecasting models.