Membership and Awards in 2002–03

In September, NCFR counted 3,688 members, including 800 students, and 98 organizational members. This indicated growth in the student population of NCFR. Read the March 2003 NCFR Report Magazine Read the June 2003 NCFR Report Magazine Read the September 2003 NCFR Report Magazine Read the December 2003 NCFR Report Magazine Awards and recipients were the following: Student Award: Ani Yazedjian, University of Illinois Osborne Award: Nelwyn Moore and J. Kenneth Davidson, University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire and Southwest State at San Marcos, Texas Jessie Bernard Research Proposal: Laura Sabattini, University of Southern California  Jessie Bernard Scholarly Contributions: Margie Kiter, University of Delaware Jan Trost Award: Bert Adams, University of Wisconsin  Reuben […]

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2003 Conference: What Is the Future of Marriage?

The 2003 Annual Conference took place in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, November 17–22. Total attendance was 1,250. Paul Amato was the program chair. The theme was “What is the Future of Marriage?” Plenary speakers and panelists included Andrew Cherlin,  who spoke on “The Future of Marriage.” Ronald Mincey, R. S. Oropesa, Masako Ishii-Kuntz, and Phyllis Johnson were panelists on “Racial and Ethnic Variations in Marriage.” Judith Seltzer, Celine Le Bourlais, and Jan Trost were panelists on “Cohabitation and Marriage.” Larry Kurdek, Charlotte Patterson, Danielle Juliene were panelists on “Gay and Lesbian Couples.” Thomas Bradbury spoke on “Marital Dysfunction and Intervention.” Read the 2003 Work–Life Summit Program

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Leadership in 2002–03

The Board members were as follows: President: Carol A. Darling President-Elect: Gay Kitson Members-at-Large: Martha Farrell Erickson, Larry Ganong, Leslie Koepke, Judith Myers-Walls, and Jane Tornatore  President, Association of Councils: Raeann Hamon Student/New Professionals Representative: Adriana Umaña-Taylor

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