26th Annual Symposium on Family Issues: Rural Families and Communities (10/22-10/23)
Posted: 9/16/2018 (Conference)
The landscape for family life is ever changing. The strategies needed to maintain family economic stability, health and general well-being vary across space and place. Although the rural-urban divide is often portrayed as the most important geographic distinction, there is tremendous diversity across rural communities. Families in rural areas come from diverse backgrounds, and communities vary in the degree to which they can support healthy families and child well-being. The 2018 National Symposium on Family Issues will focus on the challenges facing families in rural areas and the unique strategies invoked by families in rural areas today.
- What are the family roles, relationships and development pathways unique to those in rural areas?
- How do the conditions of work and family life in rural communities impact well-being?
- What are the current economic and health challenges facing families across diverse rural areas?
Visit our website for more information and to register. The Symposium is open to everyone but registration is required.
Location: Penn State University