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    2017 Presentations

  • (August 2017)

    The immigrant health paradox: Are Arab immigrants in the U.S. an exception?

    Nawyn, S. J., Lee, K., Samari, G., & Hassoun, R. (2017, August 12-15). The immigrant health paradox: Are Arab immigrants in the U.S. an exception?  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Montréal, Canada.

  • (April 2017)

    Broader impacts evaluation 101

    Van Egeren, L. A., Spencer, D., Risien, J., & Baker, J. (2017, April). Broader impacts evaluation 101. Panelist in workshop presented at the National Alliance for Broader Impacts Summit, Stevenson, WA.

  • (April 2017)

    Using engaged scholarship and developmental systems framework to move forward AI/AN early childhood development research

    Barnes-Najor, J. V., Lee, K., Cameron, A., & Fitzgerald, H. E. (2017, April 6-8). Using engaged scholarship and developmental systems framework to move forward AI/AN early childhood developmental research. In R. McCall (Chair), Developmental science, community engagement scholarship, and systemic engagement. Symposium conducted at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Austin, TX.

  • (April 2017)

    Does Head Start on Science improve children’s reasoning about evidence?

    Morris, B., Van Egeren, L., Lee, K., Schwarz, C., & Pierce, S. J. (2017, April 6-8). Does Head Start on Science improve children’s reasoning about evidence? Poster presented at the Society for Research on Child Development, Austin, TX.

  • (April 2017)

    Does Head Start on Science improve children’s reasoning about evidence?

    Morris, B., Van Egeren, L. A., Lee, K.S., Schwarz, C., & Pierce, S. (2017, April 6-8). Does Head Start on Science improve children’s reasoning about evidence? Paper presented at the Society for Research in Child Development conference, Austin, TX.

  • (March 2017)

    Tribal participatory research on a national scale: The story of the first national study of American Indian and Alaska Native Head Start

    Malone, L., Barnes-Najor, J. V., & Sarche, M. (2017, March 1-2). Tribal participatory research on a national scale: The story of the first national study of American Indian and Alaska Native Head Start. Roundtable discussion at the Child Care and Early Education Policy and Research Consortium, Washington, D.C.


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