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nov14enews November 2014

  • Healthy Practices in Out-of-School Time
  • New Book Coming in February; Four Ways to Click: Rewire Your Brain for Stronger More Rewarding Relationships
  • Women Change Worlds Blog
  • WCW Seeks Economist / Research Scientist


oct14enews October 2014

  • From 40 to 50: A Roadmap to WCW's Half Century Mark
  • Fall Lunchtime Seminars Underway
  • Women Change Worlds Blog


sept14enews September 2014

  • Fall Lunchtime Seminar Series line-up announced
  • September/October Women's Review of Books available
  • Women Change Worlds Blog


april14enews April 2014

  • Spring Lunchtime Seminar Series concludes May 1st--Listen online!
  • C.A.R.E. for Kids--Raising Competent and Caring Children
  • Training opportunities for practitioners, educators, youth workers & more
  • Women Change Worlds Blog


march14enews March 2014

  • WCW's U.N. Commission on the Status of Women panel available online
  • Spring Lunchtime Seminar Series underway--Listen online!
  • NIOST Director named to Top 25 Most Influential People in Afterschool list
  • WCW research assesses Boston's early care and education programs
  • Training opportunities for educators, youth workers, and more
  • Women Change Worlds Blog


feb14enews February 2014

  • WCW to present parallel event during U.N. CSW in March
  • WCW research informs policy makers in Massachusetts
  • Summer training opportunities for educators, youth workers, and more
  • Second JBMTI webinar focuses on innovative C.A.R.E. program
  • January/February issue of Women's Review of Books available
  • Women Change Worlds Blog


jan14enews January 2014

  • Spring Lunchtime Seminar Series line-up announced
  • New JBMTI webinar series focuses on innovative C.A.R.E. program
  • New publication examines structural racism in Mississippi
  • Women Change Worlds Blog

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