Issued in October 2015, the “Children in Common” publication was chosen as an award-winning piece in the “Writing: Long Feature” category. Maroon & Gold Awards are presented annually to University of Minnesota Communicators Forum (UMCF) members whose work exemplifies the University’s core values: excellence, innovation, effectiveness, integrity, diversity, collaboration, sharing of knowledge, accountability, stewardship, and service. Maroon Awards are given to entries deemed by the judges to be of exceptional merit.
|"This one sticks out," judges said, "because it's not just promotional. It's substantial and it has a conventional use... |
it's getting the U of M out there as being a resource."
This publication was written, edited and designed by a collaborative team of Extension and community professionals and was submitted by Hannah Jastram, communications associate and UMCF member.
|The publication was the 10th issue of the Children's Mental Health eReview |
produced by Extension Children, Youth & Family Consortium (CYFC).
Team members for this issue were:
- Ellie M. McCann, M.S., University of Minnesota Extension Center for Family Development
- Kjersti Olson, Ph.D., University of Minnesota Extension Center for Family Development
- Eugene L. Hall, Ph.D. Student, University of Minnesota Family Social Science, College of Education and Human Development, Extension Center for Family Development
- Maisha Giles, LMFT, LICSW, NorthPoint Health & Wellness Center
- Stephen L. Onell, M.S., LISW, FathersFIRST! Program, Parents Forever™ Instructor
- Rose McCullough, Hennepin County Co-parent Court
- Jenifer McGuire, Ph.D., M.P.H., University of Minnesota Family Social Science and Extension Center for Family Development
- Cari Michaels, M.P.H., University of Minnesota Extension Children, Youth & Family Consortium
- Mary Ann Hennen, M.A., University of Minnesota Extension
- Kate Walker, Ph.D., University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development
- Mary Vitcenda, B.A., University of Minnesota Extension Center for Family Development