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Two Day Mexican-American Conference Starts Tomorrow In Texas

A national, multidisciplinary slate of scholars will convene in Lubbock April 15-16 to discuss issues related to child development in Mexican-American families.

 

The conference, titled Understanding Mexican American Children and Families: Multi-disciplinary Perspectives, is sponsored by the Texas Tech University Department of Human Development and Family Studies and the Society for Research in Child Development.

 

Guest speakers from 10 universities including the University of Texas at Austin, Arizona State University and the University of Wisconsin – Madison will discuss topics such as nutrition and health, education and family dynamics in Mexican-American households.

 

For a copy of the agenda, visit

http://www.depts.ttu.edu/hs/docs/TTU-SRCD-Conference-Schedule.pdf

 

The event is free and open to the public, however, an RSVP is requested by April 15 at TTUMexicanFamiliesConference@yahoo.com.

 CONTACT: Cory Chandler, cory.chandler@ttu.edu

       (806) 742-2136 



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