The National Women's Education Center functions as a national center for women's education, promoting: training opportunities for leaders and exchange opportunities between women's and family education groups; women's education and family education research; and dissemination of information on women and family.
The Ph.D. in Family Studies program prepares students to bring an interdisciplinary, critical lens to the analysis of challenges and issues that impact the well-being of families across the life course; conduct research, and become policy advocates.
Those chosen will be given the opportunity to attend the Pew Charitable Trust Fourth National Summit on Quality in Home Visiting in Washington, D.C., at the end of January, and to receive consultation from HVRN leaders in designing a study addressing one or more of the national home visiting research agenda priorities.
A special issue of the Journal of Family and Economic Issues (JFEI) is devoted to the most important task of spouses at home in reconciling work and family life — that is, caring for children and other family members. Please note: the submission deadline has been changed to Dec. 31, 2013.
The Administration for Children and Families is interested in supporting research that will explore issues related to social service needs and public welfare systems in the United States Virgin Islands.
The Centers for Disease Control Foundation is offering a fellowship opportunity for an individual with extensive experience conducting research synthesis on one of the following topics: adolescent health, HIV, STD, or reproductive health, and/or lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender health.