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July 2023 This month: #Standbyteens, Research Roundup, CDA in the news, and more!
June 2023 This month: New podcast episode on relationships, 2023 Adolescent Brain Symposium, and more!
May 2023 This month: New animated video, Nat'l Adolescent Health Month, and more!
April 2023 New resources from our recent youth engagement webinar, Our March 2023 Quarterly Research Roundup, and more!
March 2023 This month: Webinar on youth engagement, supporting caregiving youth, parents in treatment for opioid use, and more!
February 2023 This month: A new youth-engagement toolkit developed with the support of Annie E. Casey Foundation, our youth-led Adaptivity Podcast mini-series, and more!
January 2023 This month: A new episode of the Adaptivity podcast, our webinar on youth and digital tech, and more!
December 2022 New Report from the NSCA, NSCA member and council report co-author Dr. Jacqueline Nesi highlights mental health apps for youth that actually work, OCo-Executive Director Andrew Fuligni chats with Newsweek.
November 2022 New resources on youth mental health, articles in Nature & Newsweek, welcoming new NSCA & staff members
October 2022 Youth talk about science, sleep, friendships, and transitions
September 2022 NSCA member Candice Odgers at the APA Summit, Ron Dahl joins the MindShift podcast, and how schools can combat racism
August 2022 Our statement on reproductive care, takeaways from our recent Youth Engagement meeting, how a sense of belonging can support positive exploration, David Yeager discusses his new study.