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Researchers at the Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research are launching a new project called Cornell Project 2Gen that focuses on helping vulnerable families by developing programs that support parents and their children jointly.
The inaugural event for Cornell's Project 2Gen was a symposium on October 23 in the Amphitheatre at the Statler Hotel. The symposium included a panel of experts focusing on the topic Disrupting the Cycle of Poverty: Two-Generation Approaches from Research, Practice, and Policy. The panelists were:
Lori Severens: Assistant Director at Ascend, The Aspen InstituteLindsay Chase-Lansdale: Frances Willard Professor of Human Development and Social Policy, School of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern UniversityLisa Gennetian: Research Professor, Institute for Human Development and Social Change, New York UniversitySvante Myrick: Mayor, City of Ithaca