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RelTalk series to highlight the next generation of relationship scholars

Friday, October 2, 2020

Relevate logoRelevate, a multidisciplinary team of researchers and practitioners who are on a mission to make research-based information about interpersonal relationships accessible to all, will host a new online series called RelTalks that are available to anyone interested in learning more on interpersonal relationships.

RelTalks is a public scholarship series highlighting graduate students in the relationship science field and focuses on issues relevant to individuals, partners and families. Each presentation will be 30 minutes and focus on a topic unique to each presenter. Presentations begin at 6:30 p.m. central time and are hosted on Zoom.

Anyone interested in attending these can register for the zoom link here. If you are unable to view the presentation live, they will be available via the MyRelevate Facebook page.

Schedule of Presentations:

Sept. 29- Lorin Kelly, MA, LMFT- Racism, Systems and Accountability

Oct. 6- Paige McAllister, MS- Self-Compassion in 2020

Oct. 13- Chelynn Randolph, MA- Destigmatizing Therapy in Communities of Color

Oct. 20- Hanamori Skoblow, BA- Social Relationships and Self-Perceptions of Aging

Oct. 27- Kristina Cordeiro, MA- Placing Parents at the Heart of their Child’s Mental Health Care

The contributors to MyRelevate are researchers and practitioners from across the country. 17 of the 25 current contributors have education from Kansas State University and the College of Health and Human Sciences.

This article was posted on Friday, October 2, 2020, and is filed under Applied Human Sciences, College News, Faculty Research, K-State Family Center.