Extending Community-Engaged Developmental Science Across North Carolina
Join us for Extending Community-Engaged Developmental Science Across North Carolina – a three-hour workshop presented by the Care-to-Share Network as part of the Carolina Engagement Week (so-sponsored by the Child and Family Research Network UNCG and the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute).
February 26th 1-4pm in Graham Memorial 039 (with hybrid option) – campus parking available at Morehead Planetarium
In this hybrid event, presenters integrate methods of community-engaged scholarship with the field of Developmental Science. More than the study of children, Developmental Science concerns how people grow and change across the lifespan, contexts that support development and creating interventions to promote resilience and thriving. In this workshop, participants will discuss the opportunities of this integration, hear lessons from scholars seasoned in this work, learn about new collaborations from the viewpoint of community partners and emerging scholars and try out tools helpful for both scholars and community partners in North Carolina to build successful relationships.
Contact: Andrea Hussong
Free Register Required through the Carolina Engagement Week.
A Movement: Developmental Science and Community Engagement across North Carolina with Dr. Andrea Hussong and Dr. Jennifer Coffman
Growing Partnerships (An Interview)
Dr. Andrea Hussong interviews Dr. Erick Senior (Hispanic/Latino Behavioral Health Center of Excellence) and Dr. Juan Prandoni (El Futuro, Durham)
Community Engagement in the Undergraduate Curriculum
Dr. Andrea Hussong presents on a new course this spring created with funding from Lenovo that uses community engaged practices to help undergraduate students create digital tools to support positive youth development
Stories of Experience (A Panel Discussion)
Dr. Jennifer Coffman speaks with seasoned community engaged scholars. Panelists include: Dr. Brian Boyd - FPG, UNC-CH; Dr. Shauna Cooper, Psychology and Neuroscience - UNC-CH; Dr. Michael Hemphill -Dept of Kinesiology - UNCG, Maria Maza San Vicente (Psychology and Neuroscience - UNC-CH)
Three tools for your toolbox
Three tools to get started in Community Engaged Developmental Science.
Closing, Thanks, and Next Points of Connection