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One of the primary goals of the Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood’s web site is to serve as a clearinghouse of information on the topic as a means of promoting and disseminating scholarship on the topic. We are very interested in hearing from you: ideas for new resources? Ideas for improving the existing resources, we’re interested. Please contact Brian Willoughby, Graduate Student Representative and Website Content Manager at SSEAwebsite@ssea.org.
Current resources include:
Publishing and Publications: This page contains a bibliography of references related on the topic of emerging adulthood and the age period of development between 18 and 29. In the future, this page will be developed to include information on publishing your work on emerging adulthood including links to journals. In addition, the publications page will become searchable. Please submit all references you would like included in this list to Moin Syed, Graduate Student Representative and Publishing and Publications content manager at email@example.com, as well as any comments or suggestions you have regarding publishing or publications on this topic.
Teacher Resources: This portion of the website is dedicated to providing instructors with resources for teaching courses that are partially or completely focused on emerging adulthood scholarship. These resources are designed to aid both instructors who are looking to update their own course material or provide ideas to instructors that are thinking about proposing new courses that focus on emerging adult development. Please send syllabi, text citations, and links to any relevant resources to Brian Willoghby, Graduate Student Representation and Teaching Resources content manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the news keeps track of the accumulating news coverage on the age period of emerging adulthood. Some stories. In this section we include a Feature Story which highlights a recent news article for on a topic relevant to emerging adulthood. In the future, an archive of news stories will be added to this section. If you have a news story that isn’t listed on this site or a suggestion for a “Feature Story”, please email Andrea Dalton, Graduate Representative and In The News content manager at email@example.com.
Related Links: Research and information on emerging adulthood and topics related to development between ages 18 and 29 is growing. The ‘Related Links’ section of this website contains links to other websites that host relevant information. Please help us keep us apprised of new, related sites by sending information, suggestions, or comments to Jerel Calzo, Graduate Student Representative and Related Links content manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.