Erikson Institute is known for groundbreaking work in the field of early childhood, including applied research studies that respond directly to the needs of young children and the people who serve them. The most recent example of Erikson’s research impact
Assistant Clinical Professor Pamela Epley tells the Daily Southtown that despite circumstances, all moms can give kids what they need.
The Chicago Metro AEYC conference brings together 500 professionals in infant-toddler early care and education.
This article appeared in the Summer 2012 issue of Erikson on Children under the headline “Innovation Fund moves early childhood field forward.” More from this issue » Four recent grants from the J.B. and M.K. Pritzker Faculty Innovation Fund will enable
In September, eight early childhood faculty members traveled from Jordan to Erikson for custom professional development seminars. Senior Instructor Colette Davison (far left) and Professor Pam Epley (far right) with faculty members from Jordan. Vonda Jump, Ph.D., of Utah State
Three recent grants from the J.B. and M.K. Pritzker Faculty Innovation Fund are giving young faculty researchers support as they pursue work in key areas.
Howard Ludwig interviewed Pamela Epley for this Southtown Star article about whether it’s good to encourage a child to color inside the lines.