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Scholar Spotlight Series:
Partners for Good

In this series, Partners for Good, you’ll learn tips, tricks, and tools from CEHD faculty and staff who turn research into practice so what is learned in a lab can lead to better outcomes for all.

Closing the Gap: Empowering caregivers and strengthening families through community-based participatory research

In this spotlight, Alisha Wackerle-Hollman, an assistant research professor in the Department of Educational Psychology, and Vince Frazier, Northside Achievement Zone (NAZ) Family Academy Program Manager and facilitator, will share how their collaboration led to a unique set of caregiver engagement classes designed to support, empower, and build skills with families as they navigate school, home, and child-level experiences.

Join us for the next spotlight via zoom:

February 21, 2022
Noon – 1 p.m.

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Gov. Walz and Lt. Gov. Flanagan visit Campbell Hall site to announce new budget proposal

CEHD Dean Michael C. Rodriguez, U President Joan T.A. Gabel, Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan, and Governor Tim Walz visit the site of Campbell Hall, the new home of the Institute of Child Development.
CEHD Dean Michael C. Rodriguez, U President Joan T.A. Gabel, Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan, and Governor Tim Walz visit the site of Campbell Hall, the new home of the Institute of Child Development.

Governor Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan visited the construction site of Carmen D. and James R. Campbell Hall on Tuesday, January 18, to announce his proposal of a $2.7 billion jobs and projects plan, which includes $213.8 million for the University of Minnesota. Campbell Hall, the new home of the Institute of Child Development (ICD), was also the first site Walz visited in 2019 for his public building project proposal.

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