Date: Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Time: 11:45 am – 1:00 pm
Contact: Doctoral Student Association
Venue: Erikson Institute, Room 306
Address: 451 N. LaSalle St, Chicago, IL, United States Map
Please note the NEW DATE: April 29Home visiting for families of young children has recently received increased attention as a strategy to promote development and prevent violence.
As part of the Applied Child Development Seminar Series, Professor Jon Korfmacher will discuss current trends, including his work as part of the U.S. Home Visiting Research Network, the UNICEF Task Force on Maternal and Infant Home Visiting in the Central and Eastern Europe Region, and the Pan-American Home Visiting Research Network.
Bring your lunch and join in the discussion!
Applied Child Development Seminar Series
The Applied Child Development Seminar Series offers a forum for the entire Erikson community — faculty, students, staff, and alumni — to engage in intellectual exchange on topics related to applied child development.
Managed by Professors Jie-Qi Chen and Robert Halpern, the five Applied Child Development Seminars throughout the academic year are organized and implemented by the Doctoral Student Association at Erikson.