HCRC Brown Bag Research Seminars are monthly presentations that are open to the public. They allow opportunities for experts in their fields to present on varying topics related to early childhood development, policy, and social issues throughout the academic year.
February Brown Bag
March Brown Bag
March 27, 2018: Promoting Health and Well-Being: A View from 5 University Centers
Leaders of 5 centers at the University of Minnesota will discuss and give examples of on-going work to promote health and well-being. Included are the Human Capital Research Collaborative, Center for Early Education and Development, Obesity Prevention Center, Center for Personalized Prevention in Children Mental Health, and the Life Course Center.
Note Room Change: 325 Education Science Building
April/May Brown Bags
April 17, 2018: Future Health Correlates of Stability and Change in Youth Survival Perceptions
Naomi N. Duke, Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Minnesota
May 1, 2018: Minnesota’s Early Childhood Programs
Jody Hauer, Ellen Dehmer, and Will Harrison, Office of the Legislative Auditor, State of Minnesota