Drs. Shabnam Javdani and Erin Godfrey’s Reducing Inequalities in Settings of Care (RISC) project represents the first study of setting-level factors in child welfare spaces. Read about their partnership with New York City’s Administration for Children’s Services and learn why “settings matter.”
IHDSC’s annual conference on Friday, June 1, 2018, assembled leaders in research, policy, and practice to share innovative initiatives and diverse perspectives, reflect on the research evidence, and pose questions that connect sectors, advance science, and promote action on behalf of youth experiencing difficulties in schools and beyond. The Juvenile Justice panel included: Dr. Amanda […]
Corianna Sichel, PhD student in Counseling Psychology, Department of Applied Psychology, was a panelist at “Working Across Sectors to Support Vulnerable Youth in Schools” on Friday, June 1. Read our Q&A below and then watch her discuss these important issues with faculty, advocates, researchers, and leaders. What is E-Responder and how did it come about? E-Responder is […]
On Friday, June 1, 2018, researchers, policymakers, organizations, and leaders will meet at NYU to discuss opportunities to improve the systems and opportunities that support vulnerable Youth in NYC. Co-sponsored by IHDSC, the IES-funded Pre-doctoral Interdisciplinary Research Training program (PIRT), the Center for Practice and Research at the Intersection of Information, Society, and Methodology (PRIISM), and NYU’s Strategies to Reduce […]
When does a child become an adult? A more inclusive definition of adolescence has implications for criminal justice policy.
2017 was a big year for criminal justice reform in New York. IHDSC interviewed Drs. Javdani and Godfrey about their juvenile justice and child welfare research.