Seminar Series

Fragile Families Working Group

Spring 2019

Select Thursdays, 12:00 - 1:00 PM

Columbia School of Social Work, Room 1109

1255 Amsterdam Avenue (between 121st and 122nd Street)


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If you would like to attend the working group via Princeton, please contact 

February 7

Linking FFCWS and Administrative Data in Texas: the Association Between Stable Center-based Care and Academic Success Over Time
Christina Caramanis (live at Princeton University)

February 14 

Welfare Policy Regimes and Political Participation: Evidence from the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study
Susanne Schwarz (live at Princeton University)

March 14

The Role of Child Support Debt on the Development of Mental Health Problems among Nonresident Fathers
Hyunjoon Um (live at Columbia University)

April 25

Predicting Relationship Stability among Fragile Families: Findings from Qualitative Data
Kathy Edin, Tim Nelson, Sarah Gold, Rachel Brown-Weinstock, and Lauren Clingan (live at Princeton University) 


Adversity, Resilience and the Developing Brain” 
Chris Monk (live at Princeton University)

May 9

Parenting and Child Callous-Unemotional Traits
Rebecca Waller (live at Princeton University) RSVP

May 16

Exploring Recent DNA-based data from Fragile Families
Daniel Notterman et al. (live at Princeton University)