- Inaugural SURF Program Launches
- Year 4 of Annual Junior Scholars Intensive Training Sees Success
- Spotlight on Research: Social Security Interactions with Child Tax Credit Expansion
- Newly released Visualizing Vulnerability interactive dashboard: Mapping Incarceration Rates by State: The Disproportionate Impact on Minority Populations
- Welcome to our New CFS Colleague: Jonathon Ferguson
This Summer ’19 Newsletter includes articles by new CFS colleague, Susan Taylor, who joins us after working for over four years as a CFPB Financial Coach; updates on training opportunities and resources; and new work being done by the National Disability Institute with their Empowered Cities Initiative.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Center for Financial Security Retirement and Disability Research Center (CFS RDRC) is an applied research program which develops evidence that can assist policymakers, the public, and the media in understanding issues in Social Security, retirement, and disability policy, especially related to economically vulnerable populations. The CFS RDRC incorporates diversity of viewpoints and disciplines, develops diverse emerging scholars and generates research findings that are used in policy and practice. To this end, CFS has released a call for applications for the Retirement and Disability Social Policy in Residence Postdoctoral Fellowship Program and the Retirement and Disability Graduate Research Mentored Fellowship Program.
Read more about the CFS RDRC in our newly released Newsletter and subscribe to our CFS RDRC updates:
- Coaching in Context: Coaching Clients Through Crisis
- Broadening the Discussion about Measures
- Training Opportunities & Coaching Census
- Tele-coaching: Easy access to free financial coaching services
- Review You Can Use
- Interview with Health Coach Karen Lawson
- Financial Coaching Spotlight: Capital Good Fund
- Introducing the FCSportal.org