CFLEs in the News: Spring 2020
Southern Utah University Receives First-Time CFLE Approval; Three Additional Programs Renewed
Southern Utah University joins the nearly 130 academic programs offering coursework that leads to the CFLE designation. Their undergraduate Family Life and Human Development program received CFLE approval in March 2020.
In addition, the following undergraduate programs received renewal of their CFLE-approved program status: Towson University, Family and Human Services; University of Alabama Tuscaloosa, Human Development and Family Studies (FLE and Advocacy concentration); and Utah State University, Family Life Studies (online).
CFLE Presents TEDx Talk
NCFR member David G. Schramm, Ph.D., CFLE, gave a presentation at TEDxEustis 2020 on how businesses can incorporate the ingredients of a successful family life into their corporate cultures.
In his talk, Dr. Schramm discussed Family Life Education principles, his work as an FLE at Utah State University, and how all workplaces can benefit from adapting #FamilyLifeEd practices into their culture. The presentation is available on YouTube.
Ten CFLEs Elected to NCFR Positions
Shelley M. MacDermid Wadsworth, Ph.D., Roudi Nazarinia Roy, Ph.D., and Ruben P. Viramontez-Anguiano, Ph.D., were elected as Members-at-Large for the NCFR Board. TeKisha M. Rice was elected as the Students and New Professionals Program Representative-Elect. Within NCFR Sections: Education & Enrichment Section—Alan C. Taylor, Ph.D., Chair-Elect; Alisha M. Hardman, Ph.D., Secretary-Treasurer; and Evin Winkelman-Richardson, Students and New Professionals Representative. Families and Health—Sarah Feeney, Ph.D., Communications Specialist. Racial and Ethnic Diversity in Families—Sarai Coba-Rodriguez, Ph.D., Secretary/Treasurer, and Sadguna Anasuri, Ph.D., Communications Specialist.