Distinguished Contribution Award Our section bestows a distinguished contribution award each year, whose focus varies on a three-year cycle (early career, publication, and advocacy). In 2011, the Distinguished Contribution Award is an advocacy award, to be given to an organization that has made significant contributions on behalf of children and youth. The organization should be in the Las Vegas area, where the ASA annual meeting will be held this year. Please send nominations with a brief rationale to the Award Committee Chair, Val Leiter (valerie.leiter (at) simmons.edu), by February 15th.
We hope that you enjoyed our Fall issue of Child and Youth News, available on our website. We are proud to announce that we are working on the Winter Issue, scheduled for distribution in early March.
As usual, for this issue, consider submitting information/short write-ups/suggestions including but not limited to the following categories:
- Accomplishments (Promotions, awards, updates)
- Announcements (Upcoming conferences/opportunities for funding/publishing, job announcements)
- Current Events (Issues affecting children and youth across the globe)
- Publications (Suggestions for book reviews in upcoming issues)
- Features (Excellent centers, websites, leaders in research on children and youth)
HOW TO SUBMIT: We are publishing both a website and the newsletter. Please make all formal submissions to the Newsletter Editor, Sarah Ovink, at smovink (at) ucdavis.edu. Newsletter content may be published on the website prior to its publication in the newsletter. The deadline for submissions to the Winter Newsletter is February 24th. Any submissions received after that date will be forwarded to the Spring newsletter. As usual, all appropriate submissions will also be posted on our section website as well as on our new Facebook page.
If you have questions for us please contact the Publications Chair, Elizabeth Vaquera, at evaquera (at) usf.edu.
We look forward to working with you in making our third year of the revived Child and Youth News a success! Thank you!
The Section Publication Committee
Find below you will find a link to a special issue of the International Journal of Population Research on "Health and Well-Being of Immigrant Children and Youth". The issue may be of interest to some of you.
Loretta Bass, University of Oklahoma (email@example.com)
Monica Kirkpatrick Johnson, Washington State University (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Robert Crosnoe, University of Texas, Austin (email@example.com)
Holly Foster, Texas A&M University (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ann Meier, Minnesota University (email@example.com) (year 1)
David Kinney, Central Michigan University (firstname.lastname@example.org) (year 1)
Pamela Anne Quiroz, University of Illinois, Chicago (paquiroz@UIC.edu) (year 2)
Holly Heard, Rice University (email@example.com) (year 2)
Rachel Gordon, University of Illinois, Chicago (firstname.lastname@example.org) (year 3)
Rosalind King, NICHD (email@example.com) (year 3)
Brian Gillespie, University of California, Irvine (firstname.lastname@example.org) (year 2)
Jason Blind, Indiana University (email@example.com) (year 1)
Janel Benson, Colgate University
Matt Rafalow, University of California, Irvine (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sarah Patterson, IUPUI (email@example.com)
Meghan Mordi, Colorado State University (Meghan.firstname.lastname@example.org)
A. Nominations Committee
Chair: Rachel Gordon, University of Illinois - Chicago
Pamela Quiroz, Jennifer Augustine, Ann Meier, Robin Hognas
B. Distinguished Early Career Award
Chair: David Kinney, Central Michigan University
Donald Hernandez, Sandy Hofferth, Melissa Herman, Tyrone Forman, Nancy Herman
C. Graduate Student Paper Award
Chair: Rob Crosnoe, University of Texas
Jacob Cheadle, Mikaele Dufur, Melanie Jones Gast, Don Hernandez, Amy Langenkamp
D. Publications Committee
Janel Benson, Chair
Matt Rafalow, Sarah Patterson, & Meghan Mordi
E. Membership Committee
Chair: Ingrid Castro, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
F. Program Committee
Chair: Loretta Bass, University of Oklahoma
Allison Pugh, Scott Brooks, Ann Beutel
Section on Children and Youth