2017 NCFR Annual Conference Session Listing

2017 Full Conference Schedule (PDF)

Below, find details about each session planned for the 2017 NCFR Annual Conference, Nov. 15-18 in Orlando, Florida. We have also created a series of sessions sorted by NCFR sections and interest areas.

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Can't attend the conference in person? Try our live-streaming option that allows you to watch 19 conference sessions online.

A special thank you to this year's conference host — the Florida State University Department of Family and Child Sciences — for its generous support of the conference!

Showing 1 - 7 of 7 Session(s)
Symposium
Invited Symposium
11:30 AM
12:45 PM
Session #
129
Location
Grand Ballroom B

Understanding the link between research, practice, and policy is important for both family scholars and practitioners. The presenters in this invited symposium will discuss how they approach family issues with a focus on impacting policy change. This session will be live streamed.

Workshop
Concurrent Sessions 4
5:00 PM
6:15 PM
Session #
150
Location
Salon 9

Invited Workshop organized by the Students and New Professionals group. Moderator/Facilitator: Adriana Umaña-Taylor

Resource Exchange
SNP Resource Exchange
6:30 PM
8:00 PM
Session #
163
Location
Salon 9

Topics presented will include: Facilitating Collaborative Multi-tiered Research Teams; Rooting Your Community in Your Research; Burnout in MFTs; Title IX Mandated Reporting; and Connecting University and Local Communities.

12:00 PM
1:30 PM
Session #
219
Location
Salon 3

Please come and share your ideas on how to promote mentorship at NCFR. We are seeking input from practitioners, CFLEs, faculty and students at all levels about how to create a formal and sustainable mentoring program for NCFR.

Workshop
Concurrent Sessions 7 (Invited Workshop)
3:15 PM
4:30 PM
Session #
238
Location
Salon 3

In this invited workshop, we will explore the lessons learned from research and practice about how to build healthy resilient communities from large cities like New York and Washington D.C. to small rural towns like Joplin, Missouri.

Workshop
Invited Workshop
12:00 PM
1:15 PM
Session #
323
Location
Salon 3

This workshop will address the ways that scholars engage and advocate for communities at the local, state, and national level in our professional and personal lives.

Workshop
Workshop
7:30 AM
8:45 AM
Session #
404
Location
Salons 9/10

The purpose of this session is to match undergraduates with mentors in their projected field of work, facilitate career enhancing and meaningful interactions between mentors and mentees.