News From The Field: March 2017
Welcome to our new monthly feature! This is an extension of the bottom of our newsletter. We will be providing you with some of the latest news, resources, and local & national professional development opportunities. If you haven’t already, sign up to get our monthly e-newsletter in your inbox.
This month we have some early spring conferences coming up, a few things are still buzzing at the Capitol, some self-care, and a couple of new resources for you:
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Upbring: on April 10th, 8am-6pm in Austin, TXICFW will be presenting early findings from The Texas Youth Permanency Study.
Join the UT Austin Child & Family Research Partnership and Texas DFPS PEI at the AT&T Conference Center, March 24th, 8-5pm.
Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy 6th Annual Symposium
March 29th-31st in Grapevine TX- March 1st is the last day for EARLY BIRD registration!
Social Work Advocacy Day
NASWTX: At the Capitol, March 6th, 9-3pm
Texas Network of Youth Services Annual Conference
Call for Presenters is now open! Deadline March 14th
New Tx Sex Ed Report: A Conspiracy of Silence
TFN releases an update on their 2009 report on what sex ed curriculums TX school districts are using.
The Impact of Trauma on the Developing Child
UTSSW: Bruce Perry will be speaking on April 4th, 11-12pm as part of The 2016-2017 Dean’s Lecture Series in the Utopia Theater
Mindful Meditation Self-Compassion Course
Need some self-care? a new 8-week course starting March 23rd, here in ATX.
The Science of Adversity
Video resource on how we can build environments where children thrive.
Did we miss something? Let us know by contacting TXICFW Communications Coordinator, Kate McKerlie (Katelynmckerlie@austin.utexas.edu) if you would like us to start including your events and opportunities.