Earning her Ph.D. at Erikson, Sue Stolzer learned a different approach to child development that helps her in her career.
Professor Gillian McNamee, Ph.D. tells Cleveland.com and the Plain Dealer how parents should choose preschool.
Chip Donohue, director of Erikson Institute’s TEC Center, tells The Guardian that hi-tech toys shouldn’t replace parent-child interactions.
Lisa Ginet of Erikson’s Early Math Collaborative recommends to WBEZ listeners books that expose children to math concepts.
Erikson alumna Janvier Jones is training the next generation of early childhood professionals.
Apply for one of our on-campus graduate degree programs by April 15 for the Fall 2016 semester.
Erikson is in its second year of a five-year partnership that is teaching Chinese education professionals about practices and theories in U.S. early childhood education.
Working at the intersection of children and technology, Erikson alumnus Brian Puerling is making an impact close to home and far away.
With graduation approaching, more than 50 students attended the event at Erikson to meet with potential employers.
The bill has been approved by a U.S. Senate committee and speaks to the need for comprehensive mental health reform for all, beginning from birth.
Erikson Institute’s director of policy tells Catalyst Chicago the city’s previous changes to the system created barriers for families.