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Plans afoot to bring stability to PACEs Connection

To all of you, who, like me, love this website and want to see it and its communities flourish as we work to prevent and heal trauma; build resiliency: please know there is a move afoot by a small group of strategic partners to find a suitable host for PACEs Connection. More will be announced in the coming days. In the meantime, friends, we are figuring out email addresses and other communications logistics and opportunities. PEACE! Carey Sipp, former director of strategic partnerships ...

Few People Know Iowa Was Home To The First Public University To Admit Women In America (

Vkulikov/Wikipedia To read more of Raymond Goldfield's article, please click here. Iowa has a rich educational scene, with its public colleges and universities being some of the most acclaimed state institutions in the country. The University of Iowa is even home to a writers’ workshop that has resulted in the city being named an official UNESCO City of Literature! Countless famous faces have visited the city – but most people don’t know what a huge role the university and state played in...

New research brief on the effects of parental discipline

PRB just published a new research brief that may be of interest: Among common forms of discipline, only reasoning with a child is associated with positive developmental outcomes, according to a new analysis by Kaitlin Paxton Ward and colleagues from the University of Michigan and University of Nevada.[1] You can read the full brief here: References: 1. Kaitlin P. Ward, et al. “Associations Between 11 Parental...

Mental Health Takes Center Stage at Town Hall (

The Gen Now panelists, from left: Juan Acosta, Meera Varma, Elektra, Da’Mohntae Walker, and Cynthia Germanotta. To read more of the CSUDH Campus News Center article, please click here. CSUDH welcomed U.S. Senator Laphonza Butler (D-CA) and the Born This Way Foundation (BTW) to campus on Feb. 22 for a Gen Now Youth Town Hall on mental health. The event brought together youth mental health advocates, students, faculty, and administrators for a panel discussion on ways to better identify the...

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