August 10, 2016

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Support our allies! SRCD Latino Caucus T-Shirt Fundraiser

The SRCD Latino Caucus is celebrating its 15th Year Anniversary! Please support our allies' T-shirt fundraiser. So many reasons to support: (1) 100% proceeds goes to supporting dissertation, early career, and mid-career awards; and (2) SRCD Tri-Caucus Solidarity Day  is Friday March 22nd !!  SRCD Asian, Black, and Latino Caucuses are wearing their ...
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February 2019 Spotlight, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Ph.D.

This month, we are delighted to introduce Dr. Hirokazu Yoshikawa (Hiro.yoshikawa@nyu.edu) as our member in spotlight. Hirokazu Yoshikawa is the Courtney Sale Ross Professor of Globalization and Education at NYU Steinhardt and a University Professor at NYU, and Co-Director of the Global TIES for Children center at NYU. He is a core faculty member ...
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The 2019 EADP-EARA-SRA Summer School Opportunity for Doctoral Students

In 2019, EADP, EARA and SRA will again jointly organize a Summer School focusing on research on adolescence. The Summer School is a training ground for young scholars interested in adolescent development. The Summer Schools bring together established researchers, recognized for their expertise and teaching abilities with doctoral students from ...
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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 ...
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A Cheat Sheet to Upcoming Asian Caucus and Tri-Caucus Events at SRCD 2019

Interested in connecting with other members of our Caucus as well as colleagues from the Tri-Caucus at SRCD2019? Be sure to check out this handy at-a-glance checklist for quick reference ...
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