2013 Annual PHENND Conference: K-16 Partnerships

Posted by on January 07, 2013

2013 Annual PHENND Conference

The 2013 Annual PHENND Conference will be held Friday, March 1, 2013, at Bryn Mawr College in Bryn Mawr, PA. This year’s theme will be “K-16 Partnerships ” and will feature workshops from faculty, administrators, students, and community partners from around the region.

We are pleased to announce that Darlene Kamine, Executive Director of the Community Learning Centers Institute in Cincinnati, OH, will be the keynote speaker.  From 2000–2010, Darlene Kamine led the Cincinnati Pubic Schools’ (CPS) Community Learning Center initiative. In 2009, Kamine founded the Community Learning Center Institute to continue to support and promote this approach to academic reform and community revitalization. Kamine is an attorney and former juvenile court magistrate. She is the founder of ProKids, a guardian ad litem program for abused and dependent children in the child welfare system, and co-founder of the Cincinnati Children’s Museum. Kamine has received numerous honors and awards including the Gold Medal Award from the Foundation for the Improvement of Justice and the Cincinnati Enquirer ‘Woman of the Year.’ Kamine graduated from Brandeis University and received her law degree from the University of Denver College of Law.

Registration is now open!

Click here to register. http://phennd2013.eventbrite.com

The working draft agenda is also now available. Click here to see workshop titles and times.


We have also reserved a block of rooms at The Radnor Hotel for Thursday, February 28. Rooms are $139/night. To get this special conference rate, you must call the hotel directly at 800-537-3000 and reference the “PHENND Conference.” This rate is not available on-line. This rate will only be available through February 4, so book now!

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