The Center for Children and Families' Spring Lecture Series continues the theme of the previous fall forum with a series of talks by Center-affiliated researchers. All lectures are held in the Callier Center Addition on the Richardson campus in CRA 12.110 and are free and open to the public. See tabs on the left for lectures organized by year.
The 2017 Spring Lecture Series
Annie Wright, PhD
SMU, Center on Research and Evaluation
"Promises and Paradoxes in Understanding Impacts of Out of School Programs for Youth"
Chandramallika Basak, PhD
"Cognitive Benefits of Learning to Play Chess and Other Strategy Games"
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Tim Bray, PhD
"Poverty and Child Wellbeing: Complex Relationships Demand Holistic Solutions"
Previous lectures are available in archived format on our website or in DVD format. Click on a year in the panel to the left to view the content. See an index of the lectures by topic here.
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