Being a visiting scholar in New York has it’s perks. Next week, I will be attending the Inaugural meeting of the new Work and Family Researchers Network (WFRN).
With over 800 presenters and 125 sessions, [I] don’t want to miss the latest work and family research from around the world. [...] The conference features cutting-edge research and synthetic overviews of various topic areas. The program includes invited papers as well as those accepted via an open-submission process.
If you happen to attend as well, let’s discuss our work!