Past Roundtable Talks and Discussions
Tune in on a roundtable discussion featuring two of our student trainees that received research funding from CCF, Yingyi Lin and Elisa Shimada.
USC CCF hosted a roundtable discussion featuring some of our past research grant recipients. CCF is an interdisciplinary center for USC faculty and trainees studying the family system or relationships, broadly construed. Over the years we have funded both members and non-members alike doing research that spoke to our center’s focus.
Featuring two of our members and CHLA members: Dr. Brian Dias and Dr. Ashaunta Anderson.
Apologies, we started recording late and the first couple of minutes of Dr. Dias’s talk is not recorded.
Watch our second research roundtable highlighting CCF’s supported projects with our small grants award program.
Elliot Haspel, author of Crawling Behind, will discuss the childcare crisis and its implications for children and families with Dorian Traube of USC’s Suzanne Dworak Peck School of Social Work.
We were so caught up in discussing childcare that we did not record the first few minutes, but the majority of the discussion is here!
Dr. Christine Beckman spoke about her new book “Dreams of the Overworked: Living, Working, and Parenting in the Digital Age.”
Dr. Emily Smith-Greenaway spoke about her global program of research on the toll of bereavement and premature mortality, including her recent work on estimating the bereavement burden of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Listen to Dr. Maria J. Prados’s talk in which she discusses gender differences in couples’ divsion of childcare, work, and mental health during COVID-19.
Tune into our first research roundtable on CCF supported projects with our small grants award program on COVID-19 and the family.