The fall edition of Erikson on Children, our newsletter for alumni, donors, and friends, is now available online.
“After nearly a year at Erikson, I can confidently say that there is no other place quite like it, both in scope and impact,” writes President Nagle.
Erikson is leading the charge to close the gap for African American children and improve educational outcomes.
The New Schools Project is building strong networks of teachers — from novice to master — in the Chicago Public Schools.
Alumna Lauren Rust, M.S. ’11, took a path less traveled and uses her degree to help create safe toys.
Children’s ability to succeed in school is determined much more by “process” factors, says professor Amanda Moreno.
A teacher participating in Early Math Collaborative’s professional development uses Dog’s big day to teach her class important concepts about counting.
Read about the professional and personal accomplishments of Erikson’s alumni.
“Every gift, no matter the size, makes a huge difference,” writes Collins.
As part of Erikson’s reaccreditation process, submit your comments on the quality of Erikson or its academic programs.
“I hope this book will move the needle on the field’s thinking about using technology with young children,” says editor Chip Donohue.
Professors Tonya Bibbs and Ashley Curry teach students in Erikson’s new master of social work program.
Maxwell will become the director of program development at the Buffett Early Childhood Institute at the University of Nebraska.
A trustee for 18 years, Collins most recently served as vice chair of the board and has a long history with Erikson.