Addressing and Reducing Inequality through Developmental Science
Economic inequalities have profound implications for the social, behavioral, and academic lives of infants, children, and adolescents. This interdisciplinary workshop will bring together scholars from psychology, education, sociology, economics, and public policy to move the field of developmental science forward on understanding the causes of inequality and courses of action to reduce their impact. Through invited panels, hands-on workshops, data blitz talks, poster presentations, and structured conversations, this workshop will highlight innovative research on children’s thinking about economics and inequality and the programs and policies that address inequality in children’s lives.
Confirmed Invited Speakers include:
- Heather Bullock (University of California, Santa Cruz)
- Fernanda Cross (University of Michigan)
- Constance Flanagan (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
- Adam Gamoran (William T. Grant Foundation)
- Erin Godfrey (New York University)
- Jin Huang (Saint Louis University)
- Chiraag Mittal (Texas A&M University)
- Lindsey Nenadal (California State University, Chico)
- Steven Roberts (Stanford University)
- Jennifer Romich (University of Washington)
- Scott Seider (Boston College)
- Nia West-Bey (Center for Law and Social Policy)
- There will be the opportunity to apply for an award to offset the cost of registration for graduate student and early career attendees.
- There will also be one or two Promise Awards given to graduate student presenters. A Promise Award recognizes a graduate student's significant scholarly contribution to addressing and reducing inequality through developmental science. One or two awards will be granted based on research relevance and presentation quality.
More information will be forthcoming about the application process for these awards.
Call for Submissions [CLOSED]
The deadline for submissions has passed (Wednesday, November 13, 2019). Submissions are currently under review. Decision notifications are expected to be sent by the end of January 2020. To view your submission, please log in with your existing SRCD credentials.