Resources: Explain & Promote Family Science
Need to show what Family Science is and why it matters? Use the free resources below to explain and promote Family Science.
Key Resources & Collections
An ever-growing library of free resources you can download to support the identity of the Family Science discipline — graphics, fliers, posters, email signatures, and more.
When someone asks you "What is Family Science?" have your "elevator pitch" prepared so they can truly understand how Family Science is unique and why it matters. Review NCFR's full guide or download select portions.
What do Family Scientists do? What can you do with a Family Science degree? Explore Family Science career options, job settings, links to profiles of real Family Scientists, and more.
This article by NCFR President Norma J. Bond Burgess, Ph.D., introduces in lay terms what Family Science is and why it matters, with several examples of the impact Family Scientists make. Originally published on the "Why Social Science?" blog of COSSA, the Consortium of Social Science Associations.
Family Science Promo Kit — Download Handouts
These additional resources can help you promote and advocate for Family Science with a variety of audiences: students, prospective students/families, university administrators, and more.
Fliers: Become a Family Scientist (2 pages)