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The Center for the Well-Being of Military Children and Families
The Center for the Well-Being of
Military Children and Families (the "Center") is housed in the
College of Education and Human Development (COEHD) at the University of Texas
at San Antonio (UTSA).
The vision of the Center is to enhance the daily experiences of military families. The Center's mission is the holistic engagement with the often-challenging circumstances families experience in military service, with particular attention to the well-being of military-connected children. The long-term goals of the Center are to serve the military community through practical means, as well as through contributing to research and theory that aims to better understand how to mediate challenging circumstances in the lives of military families. The Center seeks to meet these goals by leveraging existing internal and external resources in a collaborative approach. In the process, the Center will become an integral part of the network of resources available to military families, and of UTSA's infrastructure.
Jul 20, 2016 | posted by Jo Ann Jones
The American Educational Research Association Conference will be held in San Antonio, Thursday, April 27 through Monday, May 1, 2017. Faculty from The University of Texas at San Antonio met with Felice Levine, Executive Director of the American Educational Research Association, Vivian Gadsden, President of AERA, and Angela Arzubiaga, Arizona State University and James Earl Davis, Temple University, Program Co-Chairs, at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, in Downtown San Antonio on May 20, 2016. AERA supporting staff at the headquarters office were also present—Samara Fetner and Robert Smith.View All News