We know that CFLEs are interested in opportunities to share ideas and information with each other.
To help facilitate those exchanges, NCFR presents CFLE Continuing Conversations, an online forum for CFLEs to have real-time and text based conversations with other CFLEs interested in similar topics.
CFLE Exam Study Group is available to those interested in taking the CFLE Exam, and have not previously taken the exam. The purpose of the Study Group is to allow interested parties the chance to connect with others who are preparing to take the exam and benefit from a group study experience.
- Teacher: Maureen Bourgeois
The Academic Administration and Leadership Focus Group provides a place for current and emerging academic leaders and administrators in the family field to communicate on a range of topics related to the short- and longer-term health and well-being of family science programs, and to discuss the offering of professional and leadership development options to emerging academic leaders in family science programs.
Access to this learning community is limited to members of the Academic Administration and Leadership Focus Group. If you are a focus group member experiencing difficulty accessing the learning community, please contact NCFR staff for assistance.
- Chair: Stephen Gavazzi
The Feminism and Family Studies Section offered this preconference workshop at the 2015 NCFR annual conference with the express purpose of engaging in feminist praxis. This online space is setup to continue “rolling up our sleeves” and deciding how to take action around one central issue: sexual violence and assault on college campuses. FFS members are especially poised to lead national responses to the issue of sexual assault on college campuses. FFS scholars bring unique perspectives to the issue, including our understandings of young adulthood, relationships, sexuality, gender, development, and violence. The forum will be interactive, lively, and will culminate in a set of incisive recommendations and action steps to take back to our respective college campuses in an effort to disrupt rape culture and eradicate sexual violence. Go ahead and jump in the first forum! We'd like you to refine your TABLE GROUP WORK by Jan 15, 2016 (see groups!). Also- let us know if you want to attend the FFS Summit in DC! Dates are: March 19-20, 2016, right before the March 22-24, 2016 End Violence Against Women International Conference in DC
Access to this learning community is limited to attndees of the preconference workshop at the 2015 NCFR annual conference. If you are a workshop attendee experiencing difficulty accessing the learning community, please contact NCFR staff for assistance.