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[Distinguished Lecture Series] Using Visual Methods to Research Adolescents’ Trust Within: Supportive Youth-Adult Relationships

Date: August 12, 2021 12:00PM EDT Trust is key to supportive youth-adult relationships yet also dynamic and abstract. Visual methods can be used during data collection to enhance the nature of interview data, helping participants better recall the past and think through abstract concepts (Copeland & Agosto, 2012), like trust. In this talk, I will […]

[Distinguished Lecture Series] How can youth mentoring research can help improve outcomes for Turkish youth in the criminal justice system

Date: June 3, 2021 12:00 PM EST  There is an acceleration of the prison population in Turkey, with incarceration rates being one of the highest per capita in Europe (Walmsley, 2016). Official statistics of the Turkish Ministry of Justice (2019) indicate that youth incarceration and probation rates have quadrupled in the past decade. Those alarming […]

Distinguished Lecture Series featuring Adar Ben-Eliyahu and Limor Goldner

Distinguished Lecture Series Hosted by the Center for Evidence-Based Mentoring The Mentor’s Perspective: Mentoring as a meaningful lifelong experience Featuring:  Adar Ben-Eliyahu Senior Lecturer, Chair of Consortium on Youth/Children in Prolonged Crisis, University of Haifa Limor Goldner Senior Lecturer, Head of the School of Creative Arts Therapies, University of Haifa Date: Thursday, May 13, 2021, […]