As Meisels prepares to leave Erikson after more than 11 years, he reflects on the prominent role attachment plays in all of our lives.
Erikson on Children Spring 2013
Under Meisels’s leadership, Erikson grew from a highly respected institution to a robust engine of research, community partnerships, and graduate programs.
The Early Math Collaborative is growing — and adding to its list of initiatives — in leaps and bounds.
Alumna Jill Bradley, M.Ed. ’81, has connected people and resources for more than 30 years.
Korfmacher’s investigation of home visiting programs has revealed new insights and led to the development of a groundbreaking quality measurement tool.
Halpern offers a sweeping critique of how we educate adolescents in the U.S.
The five Erikson board chairs during Meisels’s presidency reflect on his accomplishments.
Ray proposes 12 actionable solutions to address the achievement gap for African American boys, beginning in early childhood.
Picture books about mittens help preschoolers learn important math lessons about sets, patterns, and data analysis.
Read about the professional and personal accomplishments of Erikson’s alumni.
The webinars provide the same high-quality instruction, challenging topics, and range of credit offerings as our on-campus continuing education.
Trustee Cari Sacks calls the scholarship, which was a surprise birthday gift, the “best gift she could ever receive.”
The Center for Children and Families is offering free parent-child therapy services to Chicago-area military families with the support of Prince Charitable Trust.
Erikson is partnering with the Clinton Global Initiative to bring early childhood education to the attention of the world’s leaders.
Teachers, especially those in high-need Chicago-area schools, will benefit from the generous Pelino Family Scholarship.
The Network will greatly strengthen medical education through a new partnership with two major Chicago medical centers.
The two professors will head Erikson while the search continues under the counsel of Russell Reynolds Associates.