Resources for talking to children about race and racism
June 10, 2020

As part of the renewed national dialogue on racial justice, historical trauma, and community violence sparked by the killing of George Floyd in ITR's home city of Minneapolis, many are searching for the most effective and appropriate ways to talk to children about these topics. Below are some high-quality resources, guides, and toolkits chosen by ITR faculty and staff on talking to children about issues of race and racism.

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ITR Growth and Innovation Report
April 21, 2020

To commemorate this first phase of growth and innovation, this publication highlights a sampling of ITR’s accomplishments and explores our goals as we prepare for the next stage in bridging the gap between research and practice in children’s mental health.

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COVID-19 Resources for Children’s Mental Health
April 14, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic poses unique challenges for children, families, and those that serve them. Here are some high-quality resources from our partners about navigating these times.

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New tool explores family partnership for juvenile justice professionals
November 19, 2019

ITR’s Center for Resilient Families has released a new guide to family partnership for juvenile justice professionals.

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Announcing colloquium and workshop on cutting-edge quantitative methods for intervention science
October 18, 2019

We are excited to host Dr. Bethany Bray, an expert on innovative research processes for intervention science, as part of our 2019-2020 colloquium series on Thursday, Nov. 21. The following day she will also give a free, day-long workshop on Latent Class Analysis.

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Announcing fellowship for graduate students in prevention science
October 16, 2019

ITR is pleased to announce the 2019/2020 Melissa Sullivan Endowed Fellowship Fund for Children and Families. The purpose of this fellowship is to support graduate students in prevention science. Applications are due Nov. 1.

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Announcing the ITR colloquium series on translational research approaches
August 29, 2019

We are excited to announce our 2019-2020 colloquium series on translational research. Each year ITR hosts a series of colloquia on critical topics related to its mission of bridging the gap between research and practice in children’s mental health.

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Announcing 2019 seed grant award winners
May 15, 2019

ITR’s collaborative seed grant program supports small research projects that address important issues in children’s mental health that align with ITR’s mission, are identified by communities in Minnesota, and have a high likelihood of leading to external funding.

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