Sections and their chairs were as follows: Education and Enrichment—Beth Van Horn, CFLE (2010) Ethnic Minorities—Curtis A. Fox, CFLE (2010) Family and Health—Deborah P. Coehlo (2010) Family Policy—Thomas R. Chibucos (2009) Family Science—Tammy Harpel (2010) Family Therapy—Jeffry H. Larson, CFLE (2010) Feminism and Family Studies—Aine M. Humble, CFLE (2009) International—Catherine A. Solheim (2009) Religion and Family Life—Linda S. Behrendt, CFLE (2009) Research and Theory—Ronald M. Sabatelli, CFLE (2009)
Affiliated Councils and Presidents for 2008–2009 were as listed: Association of Councils Executive Board President—Richard Sale (2009) President-Elect—Chloe Merrill, CFLE (2011) Annual Conference Program Chair—Ada Alden, CFLE (2009) Secretary/Treasurer and Affiliate Connection Editor—Stephen Brown (2009) Student/New Professional Representatives—Amanda Williams (2010) Section Liaison—Denise Donnelly (2009) Past President/Chair, Nominating Committee—Marcie J. Brooke, CFLE (2009) State Councils, 2008–2009 California—Jacki Booth Illinois—Gary Laumann Minnesota—Betty Cooke Ohio—Gary W. Peterson Oklahoma—Brian Camp Texas—Steve Green Utah—Joyce Buck Regional Councils Mid-Atlantic (DE, PA, MD)—Rebecca Ward Northwest (AK, AL, BC, ID, MT, OR, WA)—Jane Lanigan Local Councils Greater Greensboro, NC— Cindy Dorman Taiwan, ROC—Hsiang-Ming Justine Kung Student Councils Bowling Green […]
An updated edition of Graduate and Undergraduate Study in Marriage and Family (2008–2010): A Guide to Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral Programs in the United States and Canada. edited by Jason Hans, was published.
The 2008 award recipients were the following: Burgess Award: Paul R. Amato, Pennsylvania State University Reuben Hill Award: Paul R. Amato and Bryndl Hohmann-Marriott, Pennsylvania State University, A Comparison of High and Low Distress Marriages That End in Divorce, Journal of Marriage and Family, 69, 621–638 Student Award: Mary Sue Green, Iowa State University Ruth Jewson Award: Laura E. Miller, University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign Margaret Arcus Award: Carol A. Darling, CFLE, Florida State University Jessie Bernard Outstanding Research Proposal From a Feminist Perspective: Amy M. Blackstone, University of Maine Jessie Bernard Outstanding Contribution to Feminist Scholarship Paper Award: Dana Berkowitz, Louisiana State University Jan […]
Membership in 2008 was 3,096. Read the March 2008 NCFR Report Magazine Read the June 2008 NCFR Report Magazine Read the September 2008 NCFR Report Magazine Read the December 2008 NCFR Report Magazine Beginning in 2008 the CFLE exam was offered three times per year via computer-based testing and on site at the NCFR Annual Conference. NCFR hired Mary Bold as Academic Program Review Liaison to administer program approval and renewal aspects of the Academic Program Review.
The Board comprised the following individuals: President: Maxine Hammonds-Smith President-Elect: Gary L. Bowen Members-at-Large: Debra L. Berke, Glen F. Palm, Stephen T. Russell, Suzanne R. Smith, and Bahira Sherif Trask President, Association of Councils: Chloe D. Merrill Student/New Professionals Representative: April L. Few
The following individuals received awards this year: The Reuben Hill Award: Melissa T. Sturge-Apple and Patrick T. Davies, University of Rochester, and E. Mark Cummings, University of Notre Dame. Article: Hostility and Withdrawal in Marital Conflict: Effects on Parental Emotional Unavailability and Inconsistent Discipline. Cindy Winter Scholarship Award: Stephanie K. Grutzmacher, University of Maryland Student Award: Markie C. Blumer, Iowa State University Osborne Award: Alan C. Acock, Oregon State University Marie Peters Award: Velma McBride-Murray, University of Georgia Jessie Bernard Outstanding Research Proposal from a Feminist Perspective: Lyndal Bee Lian Khaw, University of of Illinois Jessie Bernard Outstanding Contribution to Feminist Scholarship Paper […]
In 2006–2007, the following Sections existed: Education and Enrichment—Don Bower, CFLE (2008) Ethnic Minorities—Katia Paz Goldfarb (2008) Family and Health—Sharon D. Denham (2008) Family Policy—Thomas R. Chibucos (2008) Family Science—Sandra J. Bailey, CFLE (2008) Family Therapy—Colleen M. Peterson (2008) Feminism and Family Studies—Aine M. Humble, CFLE (2009) International—Catherine A. Solheim (2009) Religion and Family Life—Linda S. Behrendt, CFLE (2009) Research and Theory—Ronald M. Sabatelli, CFLE (2009)
The Association of Councils Executive Board structure was as follows: President: Richard Sale (2009) Annual Conference Program Chair: Ada Alden, CFLE (2009) Secretary/Treasurer & Affiliate Connection Editor: Stephen Brown (2009) Student/New Professional Representatives: Justin Dyer (2008) Section Liaison: Denise Donnelly (2009) Past President/Chair, Nominating Committee: Marcie J. Brooke, CFLE (2009) The 2007–2008 State Councils included the following California (Jacki Booth) Illinois (Angela R. Wiley) Michigan (Tara Saathoff-Wells) Minnesota (Minnell Tralle) Ohio (Donna K. Crossman) Oklahoma (Glee Absher, CFLE) Texas (Dave Sager, CFLE) Utah (Susan Ericksen) Regional Councils Mid-Atlantic (DE, PA, MD; Rebecca Pettit) Northwest (AK, AL, BC, ID, MT, OR, WA; Jane Lanigan) […]
Membership this year totaled 3,241. Read the March 2007 NCFR Report Magazine Read the June 2007 NCFR Report Magazine Read the September 2007 NCFR Report Magazine Read the December 2007 NCFR Report Magazine Development of the CFLE exam progressed during the first half of 2007 as NCFR members met with Schroeder Measurement Technologies to conduct a Practice Analysis and Item Writing workshop. In September 2007, NCFR held its final portfolio review. Two hundred five applications were received. In November 2007, the first CFLE Exam was offered at the NCFR Annual Conference. Three candidates sat for the exam.