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Resources to Promote Physical Activity in Early Care and Education (ECE)

Check out these resources that are available to promote physical activity in early care and education, shared by our friend Diane Craft, Professor at from the State University of New York - Cortland. Dr. Craft was share her knowledge with NICCA attendees at the 2017 Conference last month. She is the author of the Active Play Books. Learn more here: Free Resources on Activities, Interventions, and Curricula to Promote Physical Activity in ECE SNAP-ED TOOLKIT: Obesity Prevention Interventions* (USDA) Search for evidence-based strategies and interventions focused on promoting healthy eating and physical activity, including populations and settings specific to early child

Register for the Child Care Aware of America Child Care Disaster Response and Recovery Webinar Serie

From Child Care Aware of America - Explore the webinar series and register today! New October 3 webinar on protecting your family child care business added. From a community perspective, the availability of child care after a disaster is an important part of recovery efforts because it ensures that children are safe while parents make efforts to rebuild their lives and communities. Child Care Aware® of America’s emergency preparedness team is launching an all new Disaster Response and Recovery Webinar Series to help meet CCR&R staff needs. The webinar series will introduce CCR&Rs to partnering organizations who serve in a response/recovery capacity and will provide an overview of resources a

Call for Applications - Native Children's Research Exchange Scholars Program - Cohort 6

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS Native Children’s Research Exchange SCHOLARS PROGRAM Cohort 6 – 2017-2018 APPLICATIONS DUE Monday October 23rd, 2017 – 5:00 PM MT The Native Children’s Research Exchange (NCRE: brings together researchers studying child development from birth through emerging adulthood in Native communities. NCRE provides opportunities for the open exchange of information and ideas and for building collaborative relationships, supporting new investigators, and disseminating knowledge about Native children’s development. Supporting the career development of junior faculty and graduate students, particularly those who are American Indian, Alaska Native, or First Nati

Assistant/Associate Professor of American Indian Public Health at North Dakota State University

The Department of Public Health at North Dakota State University in Fargo, North Dakota is conducting a search for an Assistant/Associate Professor of American Indian Public Health. This is a 9-month tenure track position. Screening will begin October 15, 2017. Here is the position link, providing additional information regarding minimum and preferred qualifications: Please feel free to forward this announcement to colleagues you feel may be qualified. ##

Social Scientist for the Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, USDHHS

Business Strategy Consultants seeks one experienced social scientist to work on research and evaluation activities. This position will support the Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation (OPRE)’s Division of Family Strengthening in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (USDHHS), Administration for Children and Families (ACF), with particular focus on research and evaluation related to healthy marriage and responsible fatherhood. Applicants may view the position description and job requirements on the following sites: Career Builder