Professor Robert Halpern received the 2012 Community Spirit Award from the All Stars Project of Chicago, a nonprofit organization that sponsors innovative inner-city youth development programs. All Stars Project directors David Cherry and Julie Lenner presented the award at the
2011 Founders Award recipient Michael Phair, M.Ed. ’73 Each year the Alumni of Erikson Institute (AEI) presents the Founders Award to an Erikson graduate who has made exemplary contributions to the field through leadership, advocacy, teaching, research, or practice. Help
Assistant professor Jane Fleming Jane Fleming joined host Steve Edwards and a small group of advocates to talk about the problem of low literacy on WBEZ’s The Afternoon Shift. Listen to the conversation »
Jane Fleming joined host Steve Edwards and a small group of advocates to talk about the problem of low literacy on WBEZ’s The Afternoon Shift.
Senior vice president for academic affairs and dean of faculty Aisha Ray In a Chicago Tribune article about the changing roles of fathers, Aisha Ray discusses the social factors that have influenced our expectations of fathers and the cultural variability
Joan Cary interviewed Aisha Ray for this Chicago Tribune article about the changing roles of fathers.
From picky eating and trouble sleeping to attachment issues and sibling rivalry, parents and caregivers with questions about their children found answers and support at special drop-in sessions held at Chicago Children’s Museum. Keri Grossman (right) speaks with a mother
Erikson’s Fussy Baby Network® is partnering with Healthy Families Illinois to support high-risk families throughout the state — and around the country.
A version of this article appeared in the Summer 2012 issue of Erikson on Children under the headline “Double your support.” More from this issue » Erikson received a $200,000 challenge grant doubling gifts to a new initiative that will create
Irving B. Harris Professor of Child Development Barbara Bowman On WBEZ’s Front and Center series on literacy, reporter Linda Lutton investigated Chicago’s Waldorf school, which delays reading instruction until the second grade. In the article, Barbara Bowman discussed the developmental