Focuses on understanding adolescent development and resilience.
Focuses on risk, resilience and relationships in young children ages birth to five.
The overall goal of this initiative is to further stimulate research that contributes to “Learning from Latinos”.
Take a look at our past research initiatives.
Learn more about the Frances McClelland Institute for Children, Youth and Families, including our history, people in the Institute, and our FMI Advisory Council.
Learn more about our research facilities including the Janet and Barry Lang Lab for Child and Family Observation and our Coding Lab equipped with the latest software for observational data coding.
News and Updates from the Institute
We seek to generate and enhance discussions at the crossroads between academic disciplines, researchers and community organizations, youth, media, experiential knowledge, and public advocacy and policy.
The Community Research, Evaluation & Development (CRED) Team conducts high quality, culturally responsive, community-based research and evaluation that promotes the health and well-being of children, youth, and families throughout Arizona and the Southwest.
After School Program Innovation, Reflection, & Education (ASPIRE)
Building leadership capacity and strengthening after school programs.