See below for upcoming events in our calendar (click on specific days for more details). Underneath the calendar, you can find links and information about events.
Storytelling as Social Change: Why and How Stories Have Impact. Tune in Wednesday, August 21st, 2019 @ 12:00pm – 1:00pm PDT for CSS’s first livestream conversation. Featuring our Founder and Executive Director Dr. Yalda T. Uhls and George Huang. Click here for more info.
Join our Co-director, Kim Wilson, for her presentation on “Storytelling 101: Empower Students Through Multimedia Storytelling” on Tuesday, August 13th at 1pm-2pm (EDT). To register and join the live session click here. This edWebinar is sponsored by Britannica Digital Learning.
CSS collaborator Marisa Nightingale represented us at the UN’s Girl Up 2019 Leadership Summit in Washington, DC on July 15th, 2019.
CSS’s 2nd Think Tank where scholars & storytellers came together to discuss mental health, gender roles for boys, foster care, developing positive character strengths, and inclusion and unconscious bias in youth media. Click here to view more photos of the event.
Founder and Executive Director, Yalda T. Uhls, presented to the ANA's #seeher in NYC about the power of stories to change bias and the importance of using counterstereotypes of men and women to have maximum impact in ad campaigns #seeher2020
Co-directors Kim Wilson and Dr. Colleen Russo Johnson pose with Lucie Lalumière, President of Interactive Ontario, after presenting at their monthly iLunch series.
At CSS’s first think tank held at UCLA, participants worked to share knowledge on how storytelling can support shaping positive character development. Click here to view more photos of the event.
Co-Director Kim Wilson spoke about Media Literacy in Istanbul, Turkey at the TRT International Children’s Media Conference.
Dr. Yalda T. Uhls took part in a panel on unconscious bias at BU Envisions the Future at Paramount Pictures Studios.
Dr. Yalda T. Uhls gave a keynote talk at the Disney Channels Television Group Diversity and Inclusion event.
On 9/22 Meg LeFauve (Inside Out) and Dr. Yalda T. Uhls moderated a panel at the WGA called The Streaming Age: Creating Content that Resonates with Tweens and Teens.