“There is no better way to learn about translational research than to do it yourself.”, says PRYDE Scholar Morgan Chadwick.
PRYDE Scholars kick started their 2019 fall semester with a trip to the 4-H Youth Building at the New York State Fair.
4-H educators and volunteers seem to believe that 4-H helps youth develop a sense of purpose in life by providing children exposure to new and diverse experiences.
PRYDE participated for the third time in 4-H’s Annual Career Explorations program on June 25th through June 27th.
This year’s conference focused diversity and how it encompasses many aspects of youth development – including youth and educator attitudes, program delivery and policy.
On May 10th, PRYDE celebrated the graduation of the second cohort of Scholars, as well as to welcome new students to the 2019-2020 cohort.
Anthony Burrow, director of PRYDE, is the recipient of Cornell’s fourth annual Engaged Scholar Prize.
PRYDE is very pleased to announce that our new assistant director is Dr. Kristen Elmore. Informed by her training in Social Work and Psychology, Kristen brings many creative ideas for research and enhancing youth engagement in innovative ways.
This year’s Youth Development Research Update, “Multi-Generational Approaches to Youth Development,” focused on research and programs that reach across generations.