IFCE Research Showcase
Thursday, March 1 from 5-7 p.m.
Are you looking for research partners?
Are you interested in timely research findings?
The richness of New Mexico is mirrored and many of its needs addressed through the diversity of our research. And what we study, learn and teach here travels the globe.
The faculty and students of the IFCE Department invite you to learn more about our research on critical health, well-being, and education issues of New Mexico and beyond.
Talk about it using: #IFCEResearch
Past IFCE Research Showcases
Presenters may find it useful to review the programs from past showcases.
- 2011 program (.docx)
- 2012 program (.docx)
- 2013 program (.pdf)
- 2014 program (.pdf)
- 2015 program (.pdf)
- 2016 program (.pdf)
IFCE Researchers explore topics such as:
Parental Drinking Problems and Children’s Sleep
Culturally Responsive Interventions for Latino Families
ELL students with Math Difficulties
Bone Health in females with PKU
Parental Involvement, Family Cohesion, and Cultural Values
Engaging Professional Development