An organized and intentional forum fostering
- RESEARCH - sharing of the latest findings and strategies for conducting policy-relevant research and facilitation of scientific collaboration around child and family policy issues,
- Careers - cross-disciplinary undergraduate and graduate training to support the next generation of child and family policy researchers and
- Engagement- effective translation between research, practice, and policy issues and efforts to use research to inform policy
Consortium membership is offered at an institutional level and includes, but is not limited to, university-based centers and programs that represent the social, behavioral, and health sciences fields, including anthropology, economics, human development, nursing, pediatrics, political science, psychology, public health, and sociology. All persons affiliated with a member institution (i.e., university or center staff, faculty, and students) are considered Consortium members. For membership information, please contact Consortium Assistant Hannah Klein.