Dr. Kristine Piescher of CASCW selected as Center for Juvenile Justice Reform’s Featured Fellow

Dr. Kristine Piescher, Director of Research and Evaluation at the Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare (CASCW), was recently selected as the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform’s (CJJR) Featured Fellow.
Dr. Piescher completed CJJR’s Information Sharing Certificate Program in October of 2012. As part of the certificate program, she has been working on a capstone project that will support CASCW’s Minn-LInK project. Minn-LInK is an integrated, cross-system data project that utilizes shared administrative data from state agencies to examine a variety of indicators of well-being for children involved in the child welfare system and children in other at-risk populations.
Learn more about Dr. Piescher’s work and how it ties into the Information Sharing Certificate program here.