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February 27, 2009

Narinder Dhaliwal Receives Carol M. Russell Leadership Award

Narinder Dhaliwal, project director of ETR's California Clean Air Project (CCAP), was recently awarded the Carol M. Russell leadership award by the California Department of Public Health,
November 24, 2008

Douglas Kirby, PhD Presented the 2008 William A. Howe Award

During the past 30 years, Dr. Douglas Kirby has been responsible for shaping and guiding the field of comprehensive sexuality education. His outstanding contributions have left an impact like few others
November 17, 2008

ETR’s National Service-Learning Clearinghouse receives California State Assembly and Senate offices proclamation

The National Learn & Serve Challenge is a concentrated week of activities designed to increase public understanding of service-learning and of the federal Learn and Serve America program
October 27, 2008

Seven Types of Evidence Consistently Explain the Dramatic 1990's Reduction of HIV Incidence in Uganda

September 19, 2008

Success in Uganda

Uganda is widely considered to be one of the world's earliest and greatest success stories in subduing a generalized HIV epidemic. The number of HIV infections increased
November 15, 2007

Emerging Answers 2007

Emerging Answers 2007 is a review of hundreds of studies of teen sexual behaviors and programs designed to reduce sexual risk-taking behavior. It summarizes teen pregnancy and STD rates and the sexual behavior of young people.

November 1, 2006

ETR Defines 'Promising Programs' for CDC

Under the heading, Adolescent Reproductive Health: Promoting Science Based Approaches, the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) defines a Science-Based Approach,

October 16, 2006

ETR's Barbara Holland Receives International Service-Learning Research Award

Barbara Holland, Ph.D., Director of the National Service-Learning Clearinghouse (NSLC), was the recipient of the 2006 International Service-Learning Research Award,
July 21, 2006

"I Tried To Stop Them": Children’s Exposure To Domestic Violence In San Francisco

Dr. John Shields (ETR's Research Department) found that children's exposure to domestic violence in San Francisco is more common than previously thought. In cooperation with the SafeStart Initiative,

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