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March 16, 2011

ETR Associates’ Watsonville TEC Student Wins Prestigious Award from National Center for Women and Information Technology

High school student Stephanie Barraza recently won the prestigious Bay Area Award for Aspirations in Computing from the National Center for Women and Information Technology.

February 28, 2011

Dr. Jill Denner to give Series of Presentations on Engaging Youth in Computational Thinking and Computer Game Programming

Dr. Jill Denner, Associate Director of Research at ETR Associates, will be giving a series of presentations throughout North America in early 2011 on computational thinking and
February 15, 2011

Harvard Family Research Project Selects ETR Associates’ Girl Game Company

ETR Associates' Girl Game Company program was recently selected and highlighted in the Harvard Family Research Project's Research Update 5: STEM Out-of-School Time

February 15, 2011

ETR Associates Develops Adaptations for Office of Adolescent Health

ETR Associates' Center for Sexual and Reproductive Health Promotion and Research Department will be developing adaptation guidance on five evidence-based teen

January 31, 2011

ETR Associates’ Senior Research Scientist Joins Scientific Advisory Board for U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)

Dr. Douglas Kirby, Senior Research Scientist at ETR Associates, was recently invited to join a newly created Scientific Advisory Board for the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS

January 21, 2011

Expert in Native American Health Joins ETR Associates’ Board of Directors

ETR Associates has announced that Dr. Mim Dixon has joined the agency's Board of Directors. Dr. Dixon has worked with numerous Native American

January 21, 2011

President and Co-Founder of CommonHealth ACTION Joins ETR Associates’ Board of Directors

Dr. Vincent Lafronza, president and co-founder of CommonHealth ACTION, a public health organization based in Washington, D.C., has joined ETR Associates' Board of Directors.

November 12, 2010

CCAP Launches New Website Focusing on Tribal Casinos

California's Clean Air Project (CCAP) today announced a new website focused on secondhand smoke in tribal casinos. The website features numerous resources,
November 8, 2010

ETR Associates Living Pamphlet Series Wins 2010 Web Health Awards

ETR Associates was recently awarded 3 National Web Health Awards from the Health Information Resource Center for its Living Pamphlet series. Under the category
November 8, 2010

ETR Associates Living Pamphlet Series Wins 2010 Web Health Awards

ETR Associates and Answer today launched three new Living Pamphlets that combine educational print pamphlets with free online videos, discussion guides and activity sheets.
October 22, 2010

Senior Program Manager Regina Firpo-Triplett to Give National Presentation on CDC Adaptation Guidance Project

Regina Firpo-Triplett, ETR Associates' Senior Program Manager for the Center for Sexual and Reproductive Health Promotion, will conduct a workshop at the Healthy Teen

October 22, 2010

ETR Associates Thanks Google for New Support for Teaching Technology Skills to Latino Youth

On September 30, 2010, Google Inc.'s Roots in Science and Engineering (RISE) initiative awarded an additional $2,000 grant to ETR's Center for Youth Success (C4YS). The award
September 21, 2010

ETR Associates’ Staff Member to Conduct Community-Based Organizations Workshop at 2010 U.S. Conference on AIDS

ETR Associates' Rafiki Ram? Franklin, MEd, Tabono CBA Project Coordinator in the Center for Sexual and Reproductive Health Promotion, will be conducting a workshop

September 21, 2010

ETR Associates Awarded National Science Foundation Computer Game Design Grant

Dr. Jill Denner was recently awarded a professional development research grant by the National Science Foundation for a 2-year project titled Computer Game Design:

September 21, 2010

ETR Associates Awarded 3-Year Contract from California Tobacco Control Program

ETR Associates was recently awarded a $4 million, 3-year contract by the State of California's Tobacco Control Program to continue managing the nation's oldest and