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Call for Applications: 2015 Frances Degen Horowitz Millennium Scholars Program

10/01/2014
The Frances Degen Horowitz Millennium Scholars Program was developed as a vehicle to encourage and support scholars from underrepresented ethnic/racial groups in pursuing graduate work in developmental science. To that end, the program provides educational and professional development for these scholars, giving them a launching point for a career in the field of child development.

Call for Applications: SRCD Teaching Mentorship Program

08/29/2013
SRCD Teaching Mentorship Program

Announcing the SRCD Teaching Mentorship Program

01/29/2013
The SRCD Teaching Committee is excited to announce the SRCD Teaching Mentorship Program, developed in cooperation with the Student & Early Career Council (SECC).  The purpose of the program is to assist novice or early-career teachers in navigating faculty life through developing a relationship with a more experienced faculty member, or mentor, from another institution.  The mentor will serve as a resource for teaching ideas and feedback and a guide for managing interactions with students, other faculty, and administrators.

Call for Applications: 2013 Frances Degen Horowitz Millennium Scholars Program

12/12/2012
The Frances Degen Horowitz Millennium Scholars Program was developed as a vehicle to encourage and support scholars from underrepresented ethnic/racial groups in pursuing graduate work in developmental science. To that end, the program provides educational and professional development for these scholars, giving them a launching point for a career in the field of child development. The program offers the selected scholars with mentorship from graduate students and senior scholars in the field who provide them guidance and support in their pursuit of educational and professional goals.

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