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Message ID: 10254
Date: 2017-10-12

Author:Conron, Kerith

Subject:Call for applications! LGBTQ YOC in child welfare and juvenile justice systems

Hey Andres! Can you please post this opportunity? Many thanks! Kerith Dear Colleagues, Please share this opportunity with your advanced doctoral students and recent doctorates! Best, Kerith Conron and Bianca Wilson, The Williams Institute, UCLA Call for Applications Intersectional Convening on LGBTQ Youth of Color in Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Systems The Williams Institute is now accepting applications from advanced doctoral students and early career scholars to participate in a day-long research convening focused on LGBTQ youth of color involved withthe child welfare and juvenile justice systems. This convening, LGBTQ Youth of Color in Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Systems: Crafting an Intersectional Research Agenda to Promote Opportunities and Wellbeing,is intended to identify gaps in knowledge and to generate a research blueprint for action. Participants will also contribute to the development of a 12-15 page co-authored research report. The report will review existing evidence and research gaps regarding entrance into the child welfare and juvenile justice systems, experiences within these systems, interventions targeting these systems, and post-system supports and outcomes. The long-term goal of the convening is to establish a community of LGBTQ and people of color (POC) scholars who will collaborate on research focused on promoting positive outcomes among system-involved LGBTQ youth of color (YOC). The convening is intended to facilitate the development of earlier career/rising scholars from underrepresented groups (defined by sexual orientation, gender identity, and race-ethnicity) who are committed to applied scholarship on issues related to LGBTQ youth of color in child welfare and juvenile justice systems. This community of scholars will include invited mid-career/senior scholars and selected earlier-career/rising scholars who can begin to work together to fill identified research gaps. The convening will be held at the University of California-Los Angeles on December 4th, 2017. Eligibility criteria: * Advanced doctoral student (must have completed at least two years of full-time coursework and be currently enrolled in a doctoral program) or early career scholar (must be within three years of completion of doctorate) * Demonstrated academic or service commitment to promoting the well-being of youth of color and/or LGBTQ youth. * Must intend to have a career in research or program evaluation and to establish a program of scholarship on LGBTQ YOC and child welfare and/or juvenile justice (including prevention) LGBTQ POC are strongly encouraged to apply. To apply, please send a one page letter of interest, your CV, and a list of 2-3 research advisors or mentors, and a transcript (unofficial copy is fine) to winluhur@ucla.edu . Questions about the opportunity should be directed toconron@law.ucla.edu . Applications will be accepted through November 3rd (11:59PM PST) and will be assessed based on the qualifications of the applicant, their research interests, and the extent to which this activity will benefit the applicant and their ability to contribute to the fields of child welfare, juvenile justice, and to promote the well-being of LGBTQ youth of color. This convening, including travel cost coverage for all invited and selected scholars, is made possible with support from the Annie E. Casey Foundation which has a long history of investing in initiatives to improve the lives of children, families and communities across the country, as well as the Palette Fund. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "LGBT Pop Research Summer Institute" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to lgbtsialum+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com. To post to this group, send email to lgbtsialum@googlegroups.com . To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/lgbtsialum/BL2PR05MB2292D0963DF4254FA5EFE18DFE4A0%40BL2PR05MB2292.namprd05.prod.outlook.com . For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout.

Hey Andres! Can you please post this opportunity? Many thanks! Kerith Dear Colleagues, Please share this opportunity with your advanced doctoral students and recent doctorates! Best, Kerith Conron and Bianca Wilson, The Williams Institute, UCLA Call for Applications Intersectional Convening on LGBTQ Youth of Color in Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Systems The Williams Institute is now accepting applications from advanced doctoral students and early career scholars to participate in a day-long research convening focused on LGBTQ youth of color involved withthe child welfare and juvenile justice systems. This convening, LGBTQ Youth of Color in Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Systems: Crafting an Intersectional Research Agenda to Promote Opportunities and Wellbeing,is intended to identify gaps in knowledge and to generate a research blueprint for action. Participants will also contribute to the development of a 12-15 page co-authored research report. The report will review existing evidence and research gaps regarding entrance into the child welfare and juvenile justice systems, experiences within these systems, interventions targeting these systems, and post-system supports and outcomes. The long-term goal of the convening is to establish a community of LGBTQ and people of color (POC) scholars who will collaborate on research focused on promoting positive outcomes among system-involved LGBTQ youth of color (YOC). The convening is intended to facilitate the development of earlier career/rising scholars from underrepresented groups (defined by sexual orientation, gender identity, and race-ethnicity) who are committed to applied scholarship on issues related to LGBTQ youth of color in child welfare and juvenile justice systems. This community of scholars will include invited mid-career/senior scholars and selected earlier-career/rising scholars who can begin to work together to fill identified research gaps. The convening will be held at the University of California-Los Angeles on December 4th, 2017. Eligibility criteria: * Advanced doctoral student (must have completed at least two years of full-time coursework and be currently enrolled in a doctoral program) or early career scholar (must be within three years of completion of doctorate) * Demonstrated academic or service commitment to promoting the well-being of youth of color and/or LGBTQ youth. * Must intend to have a career in research or program evaluation and to establish a program of scholarship on LGBTQ YOC and child welfare and/or juvenile justice (including prevention) LGBTQ POC are strongly encouraged to apply. To apply, please send a one page letter of interest, your CV, and a list of 2-3 research advisors or mentors, and a transcript (unofficial copy is fine) to winluhurucla.edu . Questions about the opportunity should be directed toconronlaw.ucla.edu . Applications will be accepted through November 3rd (11:59PM PST) and will be assessed based on the qualifications of the applicant, their research interests, and the extent to which this activity will benefit the applicant and their ability to contribute to the fields of child welfare, juvenile justice, and to promote the well-being of LGBTQ youth of color. This convening, including travel cost coverage for all invited and selected scholars, is made possible with support from the Annie E. Casey Foundation which has a long history of investing in initiatives to improve the lives of children, families and communities across the country, as well as the Palette Fund. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "LGBT Pop Research Summer Institute" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to lgbtsialum+unsubscribegooglegroups.com. To post to this group, send email to lgbtsialumgooglegroups.com . To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/lgbtsialum/BL2PR05MB2292D0963DF4254FA5EFE18DFE4A0%40BL2PR05MB2292.namprd05.prod.outlook.com . For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout.