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 CFR Associate to Present at University of Illinois

As part of A Brown Bag Series Event for the Family Resilience Center at the University of Illinois Dr. Harrist will be presenting  Application of the Family Resilience Model to Understanding Child Obesity.

Carola Muñoz de Cote to receive Pinnacle Award in Tulsa

When the Tulsa YWCA celebrates the 2018 Women of the Year -- Pinnacle Awards, Carola Muñoz de Cote will be among 10 women honored. 

The Science of Hope Film Set for April 4

The OSU Center for Family Resilience and seven Stillwater social services agencies are hosting a screening of the award-winning documentary “Resilience-The Biology of Stress and Science of Hope.”

Making Science FUN!

The Center for Family Resilience and Tulsa Public Schools (TPS) have partnered to present 7th grade students from Central Junior High and McLain 7th Grade Academy with the opportunity to become more aware and knowledgeable of how science is a part of their everyday lives and explore the vast opportunities available in the field of science.

Shift Workers Health Studied in Light Spectrum Research

Human health is affected by an internal body clock known as a circadian rhythm. These cycles are influenced by light exposure, and when disrupted, circadian rhythms create irregular sleep and wakefulness patterns which can influence a large number of chronic health conditions especially in those who work night or early morning shifts.

Minding the Gap Project Aims to Improve Academic Success for Low Income Children

The College of Human Sciences Center for Family Resilience announces that the George Kaiser Family Foundation (GKFF) board has awarded a second year of funding for the Minding the Gap project.