|CCF 2013 Conference|
Check Out the Conference Presentations!
Did you attend the conference and want to see the presentations again? Did you miss a session and want to see what you missed? Click on the following links to see the slides and summaries of the presentations from the conference!
Keynote Speaker: Carola Suárez-Orozco, Professor of Human Development and Psychology, Co-Director, Institute for Immigrant Children & Youth, UCLA
Luis Zayas, University of Texas-Austin
Pallavi Banerjee, Vanderbilt University
"I call it the Vegetable Visa": A Gender Structure Analysis of Family Lives of Dependent Visa Holders
M. Brinton Lykes, Boston College& Kalina M. Brabeck, Rhode Island College
Parent-Child Communication in the Context of Threat: Immigrant Families Facing Detention and Deportation in Post 9/11 USA
Emilio Parrado, University of Pennsylvania
Roksana Badruddoja, Partnership for the Homeless, New York City
Phil Cowan and Carolyn Pape Cowan, University of California-Berkeley
William Prado, University of Miami
Familias Unidas: An Evidence-Based HIV and Substance Abuse Prevention Intervention for Latino/a Families
Rosa Gonzalez-Guarda, University of Miami
Rachel M. Hershberg, Tufts University
Redefining Family: Transnational Girls Narrate Experiences of Parental Migration, Detention, and Deportation
Media Awards: Program
Conference Program Released
The program for the CCF conference: Immigrant Families as They Really Are has been released! Follow the link to the program to read about the national scholars, UM faculty and local community organizers that will be discussing a range of topics related to immigrant families.
Read more about the the topics, presenters, press and media awards, and how CCF assists journalists in the Press Advisory for the 16th Annual CCF Conference: Immigrant Families as They Really Are!
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