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Showing posts from December, 2018

Part 2: A look back at Family Development and to its future

Karen Shirer, associate dean

In my last blog post, I wrote a brief history of my career and a few the lessons I learned over the years as I prepare for retirement. In today’s blog, the focus turns to the Center for Family Development where I highlight significant events and share ideas on how to sustain and grow.

A little time off for Family Matters

Michael Brott, communications manager

This is the last issue of Family Matters for 2018. We will be on hiatus and start up fresh in the new year with our January 9, 2019 issue. In the meantime, keep sending ideas and stories my way.