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Spring 2014 Talks at Twelve series announced

January 28, 2014

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The center is pleased to announce our Spring 2014 Talks at Twelve. This semester's talks includes speakers from off campus and on, with topics including palliative care and youth development.

Talks at Twelve are held at 12:00pm in the Beebe Hall conference room (unless otherwise noted) and include a buffet lunch.


Thursday, February 20, 2014


David DuBois
Division of Community Health Sciences within the School of Public Health at the University of Illinois at Chicago
Evidence-Based Practice for Promoting Positive Youth Development: A Critical Perspective
Talk to be held in the Nevin Welcome Center at the Plantations


Thursday, March 13, 2014


Catherine Riffin
Graduate Student
Human Development, Cornell University
Communication and Treatment Planning among Older Adults with Chronic Non-Cancer Pain



Thursday, March 27, 2014

news-2014-sprtalks-gaymatthewsGeri Gay, Kenneth J. Bissett Professor and Chair, Communications, Cornell University
Mark Matthews, Marie Curie Post-doctoral Fellow, Information Science, Cornell University
MoodRhythm: Supporting Individuals with Bipolar Disorder to Establish Stable Daily Routines


Thursday, April 10, 2014

0089_12_115.jpgDeinera Exner-Cortens
Postdoctoral Fellow
Centre for Prevention Science, London, Ontario
Program Scale-up in Canada: Lessons Learned from National implementation of the Fourth R



Thursday, April 24, 2014

wells-mailchimpNancy Wells
Design & Environmental Analysis, Cornell University
School Gardens: Examining Effects on Children’s Diet and Physical Activity




Thursday, May 8, 2014


Jane Mendle
Assistant Professor
Human Development, Cornell University
Expressive Writing and Pubertal Development: Testing a Brief Intervention




Thursday, May 15, 2014

news-2014-sprtalks-chenriffinEmily Chen, Graduate Student, Human Development, Cornell University, and Catherine Riffin, Graduate Student, Human Development, Cornell University
Priority Research Areas in Palliative Care: Findings from a Mixed Method, Multi-Stakeholder Research Project

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