BCTR featured throughout Spring ’12 issue of Human Ecology Magazine
June 6, 2012
The cover story describes 4-H's recent move to the BCTR and 4-H's and Human Ecology's commitment to base 4-H programs on research. In the article Stephen Hamilton describes this perspective,
The idea is to embed research in every facet of 4-H. The content young people learn at 4-H, whether about robotics or nutrition, should be rooted in sound science, an the entire system under which 4-H operates should be tested and improved to maximize positive impacts on youth.
The In Short section (pp. 2-3) includes items on
- the new book, Research for the Public Good co-edited by Elaine Wethington and Rachel Dunifon
- the 2012 Parenting in Context in-service conference
In the Afterword (p. 25) Jennifer Tiffany writes about the CCE Summer Internship Program.
The full magazine can be viewed online here.