UCLA CDA’s Allyson Nesmith talks with NSCA member Rhonda Boyd, PhD, about how adults can support youth mental health and wellbeing.
Rubi Alvarez, Madison Cheungsomboune, and Miguel Partida share what they learned about friendships and school diversity during the adolescent years at the 2023 UCLA CDA Adolescent Development Summer Boot Camp.
Students Megan Dinh, Zoe Ezeudu, Sage Gray, Taemin Han, Jianling Horton, and Madelene Natividad from our 2023 Summer Boot Camp write about friendships and how those relationships change during our adolescent years.
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Students Kobe Wood and Bless Jellene Patawaran explain what they learned about the science of adolescence during their two weeks at the 2023 UCLA CDA Adolescent Development Summer Boot Camp for high schoolers.
Digital Content Contributor Allyson Nesmith talks with Nancy Deutsch, PhD, Director of Youth-Nex at the University of Virginia, and Joyce Pae, Principal at the Chicago Academy K-8 School, about how parents, teachers, and other caring adults can help students navigate going back to school.
Science journalist Lydia Denworth concluded our second annual Adolescent Brain Development Symposium by asking Julie Maslowsky, PhD, and Emily Buss, JD, about society’s responsibility towards adolescents and how that translates into rights.
At our second annual Symposium on Adolescent Brain Development, science journalist Lydia Denworth spoke with BJ Casey, PhD, Professor at Barnard College and Columbia University, and Joanna Visser Adjoian, JD, Senior Program Officer at Spring Point Partners, about how we should think about adolescent agency and responsibility, particularly as it relates to juvenile justice.
Science journalist Lydia Denworth spoke with Dylan Gee, PhD, Associate Professor, Yale University and Shimica Gaskins, JD, President and CEO, GRACE/End Child Poverty CA to tackle the second question at our second annual Brain Development Symposium.
At our second annual Brain Development Symposium, science journalist Lydia Denworth spoke with Judy Cameron, University of Pittsburgh, and Phil Fisher, Stanford University, about their work at the Harvard Center on the Developing Child, and the lessons they learned about communicating developmental science effectively to the public.
In our new blog post, we recap our recent youth engagement webinar, where panelists shared tips for building youth engagement programs that help young people (and those who serve them) succeed.