The Oregon Family Impact Seminars connects state policymakers with national experts and the best scientific evidence on topics of current interest. It fosters learning in a nonpartisan, solution-oriented way, with a focus on the impact of policies on families.
As part of OSU’s land grant mission, the seminar is co-organized by the Hallie E. Ford Center for Healthy Children and Families and OSU Extension Family and Community Health. Both are housed in OSU’s College of Public Health and Human Sciences.
|FIS 4||September 2019||How Housing Policy Can Make a Difference in Child and Family Outcomes|
|FIS 3||September 2016||Childhood Obesity: School and Community Solutions|
|FIS 2||February 2015||Two-Generation Approaches To Reduce Poverty|
|FIS 1||January 2001||Helping Families Help Themselves|