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Promoting good behavior online

Janis Whitlock's new collaborative research project explores pro-social online behavior

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Project 2Gen funded to fight opioid epidemic

The William T. Grant Foundation awards the BCTR project $650K over 3 years

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Ep. 19: "Redeeming Teenage Killers"

Hear James Garbarino discuss why rehabilitating teenage killers matters for us all

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From right, Drs. Avery August and Monika Safford, co-directors of the Center for Health Equity, celebrate the center's opening with Dr. Augustine M.K. Choi, the Stephen and Suzanne Weiss Dean of Weill Cornell Medicine, and Dr. David Satcher, the founding director of and senior adviser to the Satcher Health Leadership Institute at the Cornell Tri-Campus Health Equity Symposium, March 15-16 at Weill Cornell Medicine.

BCTR and the new Cornell Center for Health Equity

The BCTR has deep connections to the new center

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The BCTR offers access to data and participants!

Click through to learn more, then contact us to partner with the BCTR

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Maria Fitzpatrick named BCTR Milman Fellow

Maria is an associate professor of policy analysis and management studying early childhood education policies, higher education and teacher compensation

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Looking at incarceration’s impact on families

The volume takes a multi-disciplinary approach to address the issue

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The Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research expands, strengthens, and speeds the connections between research, policy, and practice to enhance human development and well-being.

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Collaborating to help youth communicate

By Sheri Hall for the BCTR New York State 4-H (NYS 4-H) Youth Development is partnering with communications and theater experts from Cornell and the Ithaca community to offer a 4-H Communication Institute this summer. The weekend-long program will offer 4-H teens...

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Event celebrates program that helps youth in care

By Sheri Hall for the BCTR The Hillside Family of Agencies hosted their first annual CARE in Action Day this month at their Varick campus to celebrate how CARE, the Residential Child Care Project’s program model that promotes evidence-based...

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Retirement can bring health risks

By Sheri Hall for the BCTR Most people think of their retirement as golden years when they will pursue hobbies and passions they did not have time for when working full-time. But a study by Maria Fitzpatrick, the BCTR’s Milman Fellow, finds that the post-work...

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Cornell Project 2Gen sponsors early education research

By Sheri Hall for the BCTR Cornell Project 2Gen sponsored two researchers’ presentations at the Child Care and Early Education Policy Research Consortium meeting last month in Washington D.C. BCTR research associate Lisa McCabe, Cornell sociology professor John Sipple and Cornell alumnae Hope Casto, associate...

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Using disruptive innovation to grow 4-H

By Sheri Hall for the BCTR If you follow business news – and specifically small, up-and-coming companies – you may have heard the term “disruptive innovation.” The theory, developed by Clayton Christensen from the Harvard Business School, describes how a product or process can leap...

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