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Conference
Co-Sponsors

• American Nurses Association-RI (ANA-RI)
• RI Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (RIASCD)
• RI Department of Health
• RI Executive Office of Health & Human Services
• RI Department of Education

RIC Conference
Co-Sponsors

• Feinstein School of Education and Human Development
• RI College School of Nursing

Supported by:
• RIC Committee on College Lectures
• Office of the President
• Office of the Vice President of Academic Affairs

 


Promising Practices
Carol Cummings
(401) 456-8046

Claire Creamer
(401) 456-9597

Student Scholarships Available for Conference: Email Carol Cummings at ccummings@ric.edu


Promising Practices

Rhode Island College Dialogue on Diversity Committee Presents
19th Annual Multicultural Conference

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“A Strength-Based Approach To Foster Resiliency In All Communities.”
7:45 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Dr. Robert BrooksKeynote Speaker: Dr. Robert Brooks
"The Power of Mindsets:
Strategies to Nurture Resilience" 

“Dr. Robert Brooks is a clinical psychologist and one of today’s leading speakers and authors on the theme of resilience. He has presented nationally and internationally to educators, mental health professionals and business people. He offers realistic, practical strategies for nurturing intrinsic motivation, learning, and resilience.”  

To learn more about Dr. Brooks visit: Outside Linkhttp://www.drrobertbrooks.com/


Conference Purpose:  The focus will be on a strength-based approach to fostering resiliency for individuals and all communities.  Best practices, emerging ideas, and current research will be explored to connect and create various means for developing, nurturing & sustaining skills leading to achieving a resilient future.

Conference Objectives – Participants will be able to:

  1. Define the role resiliency represents in achieving success for youth, students, marginalized group, individuals, and communities.
  2. Participants will be able to apply knowledge, research, skills, and resources necessary for building on existing strengths, and integrating resiliency strategies into personal and community frameworks.
  3. Identify and explore best practices.
  4. Cultivate partnerships, strengthen existing ones, and develop networks to maximize resources aimed at realizing resiliency for individuals and all communities.

We hope to see you on November 5, 2016.

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