ICDSS COVID-19 Global Scholars Program
The ICDSS COVID-19 Global Scholars Program was originally sponsored by the Society for Research on Adolescence (SRA), the John Templeton Foundation (JTF) and the Family Journeys Co-Lab (FJC) and is now housed under the International Consortium for Developmental Science Societies. The goal of the fellowship is to build a community of early career scholars engaged in understanding the impact of COVID-19 experiences on short- and long-term adolescent development. We use a team mentoring approach to bring expertise, international collaboration, data opportunities, and research projects to support our scholars in independent and cross-national investigations. Scholars may access resources and information about the program through the links below.
Advisory Board Members: Mulat Asnake (Ethiopia), Aprile Benner (USA), Alexia Carrizales (USA), Susan Branje (Netherlands), Jeff Cookston (USA), Gizen Erdem (Turkey), Andrea Hussong (USA), Jen Lansford (USA), Leunita Makutsa Makila (Kenya), Lucia Magis Weinberg (USA), Velma McBride Murry (USA), Ersilia Menesini (Italy), Amanda Sheffield Morris (USA), Suman Verma (India)
For an introduction to the amazing work of this remarkable group of scholars, see THIS VIDEO.
Upcoming Training Events
You will receive emails to register for and attend events online.
|Dates and Times||Event|
|March 23rd 3:30-4:30 SRCD Meet Up||If you are attending SRCD in-person at Salt Lake City, Utah (USA) meet up at the registration tables|
|April 13-15 In-Person SRA Meet Up||If you are attending SRA in-person see email poll to coordinate an ICDSS Scholars Meet-Up|
|May 12th 10-11am EST||Mentee Flash Talks ( Philip, Eden, Alex)|
|May 19th 9:30-11am EST||Qualitative Analysis Workshop (Philip Kreniske)|
|May 26th 10-11am EST||Mentee Flash Talks ( Lixian, Rasa, Alexia and Gabriela together, Ann, Metta and Carmen Together)|
This is a password-protected Discussion Board for mentors and mentees in the program to exchange ideas.
Learn more about this data collaboration resource. Note that our host is experiencing technical difficulties so this resource is on hold.