Events


June 17 - 19, 2020
All-day event
The University of Texas at Austin

The Health Communication Leadership Institute (HCLI) is the UT Center for Health Communication's premier professional education offering. In this engaging three-day advanced workshop, current and aspiring health communication leaders will learn strategies and best practices for leadership, management, and innovation. Event Details

Friday June 12, 2020
All-day event
UT Austin

The annual Texas Fatherhood Summit is in its fourth year and hosted by Texas Department of Family and Protective Services Prevention and Early Intervention division and the Child and Family Research Partnership at the LBJ School of Public Affairs. The event is for policymakers, researchers, and practitioners who work with children, moms, and fathers. Event Details

May 27 - 29, 2020
All-day event
Washington DC

Since 1998, the Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation (OPRE) in the Administration for Children and Families (ACF), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has convened researchers, State and local administrators, practitioners, policymakers, and Federal officials to discuss cutting-edge research on family self-sufficiency and social welfare programs and policies. Event Details

April 9 - 10, 2020
All-day event
The University of Texas at Austin

The Military Social Work & Behavioral Health Conference is a gathering of clinicians, researchers and veteran service organizations committed to sharing and learning from clinical and research experts about how to best address the behavioral health needs of our country’s service members, veterans, caregivers and family members. Event Details

April 9 - 10, 2020
All-day event
The University of Texas at Austin

The Military Social Work & Behavioral Health Conference is a gathering of clinicians, researchers and veteran service organizations committed to sharing and learning from clinical and research experts about how to best address the behavioral health needs of our country’s service members, veterans, caregivers and family members. Event Details

March 23 - 24, 2020
All-day event
The University of Texas at Austin

The 2020 Pediatric Brain Health Summit in Austin, Texas is part of the pediatric brain health initiative, a multi-sector, multi-agency collaboration focused on the prenatal to three-year-old developmental window. The purpose of the initiative is to use the current science on pediatric brain development to help inform and support programs that promote community resilience and optimal development in Texas’ children. Event Details

March 9 - 12, 2020
All-day event
Austin TX

The South by Southwest Education Conference & Festival is an annual event that fosters innovation in learning and cultivates and empowers a community of engaged stakeholders to advance teaching and learning. Event Details

Friday March 6, 2020
All-day event
Austin TX

The built environment — the human-made physical spaces where we live, work, and recreate on a daily basis — profoundly shapes the human experience and includes housing, green spaces, transportation systems, educational institutions, healthy food access, and public health. Event Details

Friday Feb. 28, 2020
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center

As a child welfare practitioner, researcher, or advocate, it is essential that we learn more about diverse experiences and gain knowledge about all the people involved in the process, including foster parents, biological parents, caseworkers, child advocates, and our children. It is for this reason that we are focusing on giving everyone a seat at the table in child welfare at the 2020 UT Child Welfare Conference, hosted by the Texas Institute for Child & Family Wellbeing. Event Details

Wednesday Feb. 26, 2020
11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The University of Texas at Austin

St. David’s Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Research in Underserved Populations 18th Annual Conference: "Addressing Social Determinants of Health to Improve People’s Lives" with Keynote Address: “Structural racism & the people’s health: History & context matters” by Nancy Krieger, PhD, Professor of Social Epidemiology, Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Event Details