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Research Seminars

The Center for Family Resilience hosts a monthly research seminar. This series presents cutting-edge research with implications for improving policy or practice. Please join us!

Research Seminar Goal

The CFR Research Seminars introduce faculty, students, and community practitioners to new concepts, theories, and methods for understanding risk and resilience, most recently centering on the theme of health and well-being.

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CFR Research Seminar Format

The Research Seminars are...

  • Typically held on the OSU-Tulsa campus or at the Center for Health Sciences with lunch provided;
  • Simulcast to the OSU-Stillwater campus; and
  • Videotaped and saved for later viewing (if the speaker permits).
 
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Questions? Have a topic or speaker to suggest?

Contact:
Dr. Amanda Harrist
amanda.harrist@okstate.edu

         

The upcoming seminar is going to be given by Julie M. Croff, PhD, MPH. The seminar will by Friday, September21st from 12:15-1:15 in Main Hall 2227 at OSU-Tulsa. A light lunch will be provided, and the seminar will be simulcast to HSCI 229 Stillwater. The title of the semilar is "The OSU Center for Wellness and Recovery: Improving lives through prevention, treatment, training, and research".

                                                                   

 
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