PRYDE Events

 Matthew Kaplan speaking at a PRYDE In-Service event

Matthew Kaplan speaking at a PRYDE In-Service event

 Jamila Walida Simon, Barbara Stevens, and Jackie Davis-Manigaulte at the 2017 Youth Development Research Update

Jamila Walida Simon, Barbara Stevens, and Jackie Davis-Manigaulte at the 2017 Youth Development Research Update

PRYDE hosts events that bridge research and practice. We bring practitioners to campus so that they can network with faculty whose research interests are relevant to their careers, and we promote awareness of translational research by hosting events that showcase the importance of this field.

If you have any questions about a PRYDE event, please contact Esther Kim.

 

Upcoming Events

2018 Youth Development Research Update: Cross-Generational Approaches to Youth Development
May 30-31, 2018

Each year, the Youth Development Research Update creates a forum for practitioners and researchers to discuss issues relevant to the well-being and development of children and adolescents. The theme for this year is Cross-Generational Approaches to Youth Development. Events will include a series of talks by researchers from across New York State, a panel of practitioners, brainstorm breakouts, and other activities. This conference is hosted and sponsored by PRYDE.

The Eighth Annual Youth Development Research Update will take place in Ithaca, NY at La Tourelle Hotel on May 30-31, 2018.

Registration
The registration deadline is May 14th.
Rooms at La Tourelle must be booked by April 27th to received the discounted group rate.
To register, please complete and submit the registration form (instructions are on the form).
For further information, please contact Esther Kim at sk2274@cornell.edu.

 

Past Events

Media Literacy and Citizenship Development in Youth and Emerging Young Adults
November 9-11, 2017

The Media Literacy and Citizenship Development in Youth and Emerging Young Adults Conference was held in Ann Arbor, Michigan on November 9-11, 2017. PRYDE’s second theme conference discussed what the current research tells us about how young people use social media and how educators could teach youth to use social media in productive, positive ways. Multidisciplinary researchers and media developers from across the nation debated topics on youth, communications, misinformation, and media use.


Purpose in a Diverse Society Conference
October 27-28, 2017

The Purpose in a Diverse Society Conference was held in St. Louis, Missouri on October 27-28, 2017. This conference addressed topics such as the role of purpose in promoting comfort with diversity, how diversity experiences may help individuals find a direction for life, and how different forms of diversity are associated with life goal commitment. Events included talks by speakers from across the country, a poster session, and other activities on the Washington University campus. This conference was co-hosted and sponsored by PRYDE.


2017 Youth Development Research Update: Productive Social Media Use and Youth Development
May 31 - June 1, 2017

The Seventh Annual Youth Development Research Update took place in Ithaca, NY at La Tourelle Hotel. The theme was in Productive Social Media Use and Youth Development. Events included a series of talks by researchers and practitioners  from across New York State, small table discussions, and brainstorm breakout sessions.


Purpose and Health across the Life Span
October 11-13, 2016

The Purpose and Health across the Life Span conference was held in Half Moon Bay, California on October 11-13, 2016. This conference addressed topics such as the role of purpose in everyday life, its associations with health and well-being, and how we can foster purpose in youth.


PRYDE Inaugural Event: The Future of Youth Development Research: Perspectives from Research and Practice
May 5, 2016

The PRYDE Inaugural event was held on May 5th, 2016 in the Statler Hotel at Cornell University. The event was held to celebrate the creation of PRYDE and its mission to link science and service in innovative ways by involving 4-H communities in basic and applied research designed to understand and improve youth experiences in New York State and beyond. Events included talks, audience Q&A, and a panel discussion featuring nationally-prominent youth development researchers and practitioners.