Trends in adolescent brain development: Implications for youth practice and policy
Abigail Baird and Laurence Steinberg
April 17, 2012
This symposium focuses on the latest findings from research on adolescent brain development, and the implications of this research for our field’s practice and policy work. Our speakers examine the link between the research on adolescent brain development and youth work practice and describe strategies for strengthening support for young people through policy change based on this research.
This event was made possible by the Howland Family Endowment for Youth Development Leadership at the Minnesota 4-H Foundation and by the contributions of the following sponsors:
- Minnesota Department of Education - Sponsorship of this event was supported by the Minnesota Department of Education though the Building State Capacity for Preventing Youth Substance Use and Violence grant, CFDA84.184W.
- Greater Twin Cities United Way