Upcoming Events

Jan
20
Part of the Career Series
11:15 AM | Sanford 201

Career Series – State and Local Government

Rebecca Feinglos will join us to talk about opportunities to work in child and family policy within state and local governments, as well as other career adventures including being an elementary school teacher and her current year-long grief sabbatical (see www.grieveleave.com). Previously, Feinglos served as the chief policy and strategy advisor for the Division of…

Jan
25
1:30-2:30 PM | Rubenstein Hall, Room 200

CCFP All-Center Meeting

A quarterly meeting for all employees of the Center for Child and Family Policy.

Jan
31
Part of the Equity in Research Learning Collaborative
9:00-10:00 AM | Erwin Mill Bldg. Bay B140

Equity in Research Learning Collaborative

An opportunity for our staff to learn how to make CCFP research more equitable with respect to race, ethnicity, and other forms of diversity at all stages from conceptualization to recruitment to data collection to analysis and reporting of findings.

Feb
21
Part of the Sulzberger Distinguished Lecture
3:00-4:30 PM | Sanford 223, Rhodes Conference Room

Sulzberger Distinguished Lecture featuring Velma McBride Murry

Velma McBride Murry is University Professor of Peabody College in the Department of Human and Organizational Development at Vanderbilt University. She is also University Professor in the Department of Health Policy at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. She will discuss two family-based preventive intervention programs, the Strong African American Families Program and the Pathways for…

Feb
27
Part of the Equity in Research Learning Collaborative
9:00-10:00 AM | Erwin Mill Bldg. Bay B140

Equity in Research Learning Collaborative

An opportunity for our staff to learn how to make CCFP research more equitable with respect to race, ethnicity, and other forms of diversity at all stages from conceptualization to recruitment to data collection to analysis and reporting of findings.

Mar
02
Part of the Early Childhood Initiative
1:00 PM | Zoom

Early Childhood Initiative Lecture featuring Eva Marie Shivers

Eva Marie Shivers, J.D., Ph.D., is the executive director of Indigo Cultural Center, a non-profit action research firm located in Phoenix, Arizona. Shivers’ work at Indigo Cultural Center focuses on the developmental niche of infant and early childhood development, mental health, and education to explore the evolution of frameworks for understanding families’ culturally adaptive responses…

Mar
09
Part of the Equity in Research Learning Collaborative
9:00-10:00 AM | Erwin Mill Bldg. Bay B140

Equity in Research Learning Collaborative

An opportunity for our staff to learn how to make CCFP research more equitable with respect to race, ethnicity, and other forms of diversity at all stages from conceptualization to recruitment to data collection to analysis and reporting of findings.

Mar
22
Part of the Early Childhood Initiative
3:00 PM | Sanford 223, Rhodes Conference Room

Early Childhood Initiative Lecture featuring Shantel E. Meek

Shantel E. Meek is a professor of practice and the founding director of the Children’s Equity Project (CEP) at Arizona State University. She sets the strategic direction of the CEP and manages strategic partnerships with partners at 16 universities, non-profit and national organizations, and with policymakers. Meek previously served as a consultant in early childhood…

Apr
18
Part of the Equity in Research Learning Collaborative
9:00-10:00 AM | Erwin Mill Bldg. Bay B140

Equity in Research Learning Collaborative

An opportunity for our staff to learn how to make CCFP research more equitable with respect to race, ethnicity, and other forms of diversity at all stages from conceptualization to recruitment to data collection to analysis and reporting of findings.

May
17
Part of the Equity in Research Learning Collaborative
9:00-10:00 AM | Erwin Mill Bldg. Bay B140

Equity in Research Learning Collaborative

An opportunity for our staff to learn how to make CCFP research more equitable with respect to race, ethnicity, and other forms of diversity at all stages from conceptualization to recruitment to data collection to analysis and reporting of findings.