Tri-Caucus Webinar on March 1, 2019: Innovative and Mixed Methods in Understanding Development

Webinar Description: Tri-Caucus scholars will be presenting on innovative research methods to study developmental processes of underrepresented or marginalized groups. Specifically, Drs. Bámaca-Colbert, Neblett, and Subrahmanyam will share their perspectives on the following questions: What are the different research questions that can be asked using this method that cannot be answered using traditional methods (i.e., what[…]

Call for papers: special issue on immigration for Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology

Call for Papers for a Special Issue in Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology Collaborative and Participatory Research to Promote Engagement, Empowerment, and Resilience for Immigrant and Refugee Youth, Families, and Communities Guest Editors: Maryam Kia-Keating, Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara, & Linda Juang, Ph.D., University of Potsdam, An unprecedented number of migrants (over 68[…]

Foundation for Child Development’s Young Scholars Program Webinar Series | Register Now for Jan 23rd!

Young Scholars Program 2019 Children of Immigrants Webinar Series In 2017, the Foundation for Child Development’s Young Scholars Program (YSP) launched its inaugural Children of Immigrants Webinar series, a three-part webinar series highlighting issues related to children of immigrant families/immigrant children, presented by former YSP grantees. For over 10 years, YSP focused on the early learning[…]

Letter to Our Members

Dear Members of SRCD Asian Caucus, We write to you to address the questions and concerns that we have heard and witnessed from our members in response to SRCD’s initial statement regarding family separation and the narrow interpretation of the organization’s 501 (c)(3) status that is seen as prohibitive of supporting child/family/human rights advocacy. We[…]

COSSA Action: Protect the 2020 Census

SRCD wanted to share the following news with you that COSSA (of which SRCD is a governing member) has found a way to protest the action of the Census including a question on citizenship on scientific grounds.   Dear COSSA Member: On Monday, the Department of Commerce announced that it is directing the Census Bureau to include a question[…]