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Upcoming Events

The Schubert Center sponsors a monthly lecture series as well as periodic featured events and conferences.

The Schubert Center Conversation Series connects CWRU faculty, students and staff, visiting researchers, practice and policy experts, and community members whose work impacts children, young people and families.

All are welcome. Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

Click here to download a flyer of events for the 2015-2016 academic year.

10-1-2015

The Fish vs. the Fisherman: Equipping Youth with the Tools to Thrive

Annemarie Grassi, PhD
Chief Executive Officer, Open Doors Academy

11-5-2015

Exploring the Impact of Foster Care and Juvenile Justice Justice Involvement on Future Youth Outcomes

Claudia Coulton, PhD, MSW
Lillian F. Harris Professor of Urban Research and Social Change
Co-Director, Center on Urban Poverty & Community Development
Jack, Joseph & Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences

11-12-2015

Building a Medical and Legal Team for Child Advocacy

Robert Pettignano, MD
Hughes Spalding Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Emory University School of Medicine

Sylvia Caley, JD
Associate Clinical Professor, Georgia State University College of Law

1-12-2016

Innovative Partnerships for Healthy Children & Youth

Christine Alexander-Rager, MD
Chairman of Family Medicine, MetroHealth

Lydia Bert, MBA
W&C Administrative Director, FACHE, Director of Foster Care Program, MetroHealth

2-18-2016

Brown Gold: African-American Children’s Literature as a Genre of Resistance

Michelle Martin, PhD
Professor of Children’s Literature, University of South Carolina

3-22-2016

Suicide in Children and Adolescents:
Challenges and Priorities for Intervention

Jeff Bridge, PhD
Principal Investigator, Center for Innovation in Pediatric Practice, Nationwide Children’s Hospital

4-14-2016

Resilience in Adversity: Promoting Positive Outcomes for Maltreated Children

Megan Holmes, PhD
Assistant Professor, Jack, Joseph & Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences