“Through your gifts, you are providing the opportunity to a new generation of children and families,” writes Neisser.
Erikson on Children Winter 2012-13
Read about the professional and personal accomplishments of Erikson’s alumni.
As associate director, she helped build Erikson’s registration and student records office.
When children are asked to rattle off the numbers from 1 to 10 without actually counting something, these “naked numbers” can create all kinds of confusion.
Parents and professionals explored how children experience, make sense of, and navigate their environment.
U.S. Congressman Davis had kind words for Erikson at a conference over the summer.
Sarah Mangelsdorf of Northwestern University and Lianne Stein of The Boeing Company join Erikson’s board.
The innovative leadership of Leon Denton, M.Ed. ’88, is making a difference for children and families.
“I am deeply grateful for your support during my time at Erikson, and I look forward to staying in touch with you in the future,” writes Meisels.
One of the nation’s most effective early education reform strategies is expanding with the support of Erikson’s unique model for professional development.
What do early childhood practitioners — and parents, too — need to think about before handing children technology, from iPads to digital cameras?
There’s a groundswell of positive change in Chicago’s Austin neighborhood — amazing work by the community, along with partners like Erikson.
Erikson celebrates fiscal year 2011–12 by reviewing our impact on the community, as well as key statistics on our students, alumni, and donors.
More than 160 people gave to the week-long campaign, raising $3,120 for the Fussy Baby Network, including a $1,500 matching gift from Kolcraft.
Meisels, president of Erikson since 2002, will direct the University of Nebraska’s new Buffett Early Childhood Institute.
Saffold was an Erikson trustee from 2002 to his death in October, former chief financial officer for the City of Chicago, and long-time member of the Chicago Board of Education.