CFLE in the News: Spring 2019
Cynthia B. Wilson, Ph.D., CFLE Named Executive Director
Cynthia B. Wilson, Ph.D., CFLE, has been named the Executive Director of the Florida Center for Prevention Research, a research center affiliated with Florida State University.
Two Programs Receive First-Time CFLE Approval
The Human Development & Family Studies program at Indiana State University and the Youth and Family Ministry program at Johnson University each received first-time approval as a CFLE-approved programs. Both are undergraduate programs.
Eight CFLE-Approved Academic Programs Renewed
APR Liaison Dr. Deb Gentry, along with members of the APR Committee, have been busy reviewing renewal applications for CFLE-approved programs. Since January, eight programs renewed their CFLE-approved program status for an additional 5-year period. Seven undergraduate programs include Abilene Christian University, Family Studies; California State University–Long Beach, Family Life Education; Eastern Kentucky University, Child & Family Studies; Freed-Hardeman University, Child & Family Studies; Mid-Atlantic University, Family Studies; University of Maine, Child Development & Family Relations; and the University of Montevallo, Family and Consumer Sciences. Lubbock Christian University’s graduate program in Human Services was also renewed.
CFLEs as Authors
Long-time NCFR member and CFLE Britton Wood, Ph.D., and his wife, Bobbye Wood, have released a new book, The Marriage Pioneers: Three Timeless Strengths for Today’s Marriages. The book highlights Drs. David and Vera Mace’s extensive research into what makes a successful marriage. The book is available for review in the CFLE Network, along with another book by the Woods. View full information on book reviews.