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- Advancing Youth Development (AYD) Partnership
- The AYD Partnership is a statewide inter-agency partnership to train youth workers
- CUSP Graduate Research Fellowship
- CUSP is a social justice internship program that pays and houses Cornell's students to work in non-profit organizations in NYC.
- CaRDI Research & Policy Brief Series
- CaRDI produces 2-page briefs on policy relevant community development issues in NYS. Series can be accessed at card.cornell.edu
- Cornell Institute for Research on Children
- CIRC conducts and commissions international scholars to collaborate on broad-ranging research on questions relevant to children and families
- Human Development Multimedia Presentations
- Online presentations by renowned Human Development faculty at Cornell and other leading universities.
- Human Development Outreach and Extension
- Leverages the internet to put the findings from cutting edge HD research in the hands of Extension Educators and other professionals.
- Human Development Today e-News
- Electronic newsletter highlighting findings from HD research and how these lessons can be applied to practice and public policy.
- Rural New York Minute - CaRDI Publications
- CaRDI produces regular one-page publications on a variety of community development topics. These can be accessed at www.cardi.cornell.edu
- The Residential Child Care Project
- To prevent institutional child abuse and improve the quality of residential childcare.
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