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Ilene & Ginger

SMART Center 2021 Virtual Speaker Series - Ilene Schwartz, Ph.D., BCBA-D & Ginger Kwan

8:30am - April 7, 2021 | Timezone: US/Pacific
Northwest MHTTC
Registration Deadline: April 6, 2021
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The school mental health supplement to the Northwest MHTTC is excited to co-sponsor the UW SMART Center's 2021 Virtual Speaker Series. Originally a series of in-person events, we have moved these presentations to a virtual format due to COVID-19.

 

Join us on Wednesday, April 7th from 8:30 - 9:45am for a presentation by Ilene Schwartz, Ph.D., BCBA-D & Ginger Kwan of Open Doors for Multicultural Families who will present:
 

 "Using a Racial Equity Theory of Change (RETOC) to Facilitate Collaboration Between University Researchers and a Community Based Organization"

 

Please note: This event will be limited to 500 attendees. Access to the live event will be available to registered participants on a first come, first serve basis. To secure a spot, we invite you to log on 5 - 10 minutes prior to the event.


About the Presenters:

Ginger Kwan, Executive Director of Open Doors for Multicultural Families

Ilene S. Schwartz, Ph.D., BCBA-D Dr. Ilene Schwartz is a professor in the Area of Special Education at the University of Washington and the Director of the Haring Center for Research and Training in Education at UW. She earned her Ph.D. in child and developmental psychology from the University of Kansas and is a board certified behavior analyst (BCBA-D). Dr. Schwartz has an active research and professional training agenda with primary interests in the area of autism, inclusive education, and the sustainability of educational interventions. She has had consistent funding from the U.S. Department of Education since 1990 and serves on a number of editorial review boards including the Topics in Early Childhood Special Education and the Journal of Early Intervention. Dr. Schwartz is the director of Project DATA, a model reschool program for children with autism that has been in operation since 1997; and is currently working on projects to improve the quality of inclusive educational services in Washington state for students in P-12.


Learn more and register for other events in the series here.


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