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Wed, Jul 25, 2018
FRC leadership's work in food insecurity is set to inform policy makers through the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD)'s new Child Evidence Briefs Pilot Project. FRC Director, Barbara Fiese and affiliate Craig Gundersen's policy brief "Targeted Policies Can Reduce the Harmful Consequences of Food Insecurity for Children" highlights the realities of food insecurity in the US and the impact it has on families. The SRCD project aims to inform U.S. Congress and other policy makers on cutting-edge scientific information related to children and families. 
Wed, Jul 25, 2018
Visits to Microsoft's campus, preparing for the First 1,000 Days Symposium, and The Autism Program (TAP)'s summer programming fill the Family Resiliency Center's July 2018 newsletter.
Tue, Jul 03, 2018
FRC is seeking a new Project Coordinator to join our team! The Visiting Project Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating various transdisciplinary research projects based at the Family Resiliency Center that address issues such as children’s health and the reduction of food insecurity.
Tue, Jul 03, 2018
New FRC Research: Preschool-aged kids participating in meal planning, meal prep, & grocery shopping can positively influence food-related behaviors and dietary intake.
Mon, Jul 02, 2018
A FRC program is changing the way Jamaicans consume food and the media, and one FRC affiliate is ranked in the top 1% most productive advertising scholars globally. Plus, FRC leaders author a piece to inform government stakeholders about the importance of reducing food insecurity. Check out those news items and more in the FRC June 2018 Newsletter.

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