Tuesday, April 23rd

Family Social Science (FSoS) and Educational Technology Innovations (ETI) are placing Ambiguous Loss research, teaching, and clinical practice front and center at an event on April 23rd, and you are invited to join us!

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Date: Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Time:
4:30-7 p.m (program to begin at 5 p.m.)
Location:
Discovery Nexus, 2nd Floor
McNamara Alumni Building
200 Oak St. SE, Minneapolis, Minn. 55414

The Ambiguous Loss framework, pioneered by FSoS Professor Emeritus Dr. Pauline Boss, has been used by professionals across cultures and disciplines to help individuals cope with losses that remain unclear and without certainty. Dr. Boss's work will now be accessible to professionals globally with the launch of the first fully online continuing education certificate course, Ambiguous Loss: Its Meaning and Application.

This event will kick off with three short presentations on ambiguous loss to show you the breadth and depth of our commitment to this work as we prepare a new generation of scholars and practitioners.

We will also introduce the 2019-20 Ambiguous Loss Scholar.

Please join ETI and the Family Social Science community to learn more and to network with professionals whose work helps those experiencing ambiguous loss.

Space is limited.
Questions? Please contact Jessica McLain:
mclai003@umn.edu