The Institute of Child Development faculty and students were well represented at the recent biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development held in Seattle, April 19-20. As president of SRCD, Ann Masten, Irving B. Harris Professor of Child Psychology, gave the Presidential Address, Global Perspectives on Resilience in Children and Youth. Dante Cicchetti, McKnight Presidential Chair and William Harris Professor of Child Development and Psychiatry, gave an invited address, Maladaptation and Resilience in Maltreated Children: A Multiple Levels of Analysis Perspective, and Phil Zelazo, Nancy M. and John E. Lindahl Professor, chaired an Invited Paper Symposium, Executive Function: Basic Science to Intervention. The legacy of Nicki Crick, former Irving B. Harris Professor of Psychology at the Institute, was also honored with a Memorial Symposium, which reflected the range and depth of her contributions to the field. The Symposium, chaired by Kenneth Dodge, professor, Duke University, included Dante Cicchetti, professor, ICD; Kathryn Hecht, doctoral student, ICD and former student of Crick; Dianna Murray-Close, associate professor, University of Vermont and former student of Crick; and David Schwartz, associate professor, University of Southern California. Overall, faculty, graduate students, and research staff participated in over 120 sessions at the meeting, with nearly 80 of those being lead authors, speakers, moderators or chairs.