Date posted: October 2nd, 2014
The Schubert Center began its 2014-2015 Conversation Series Exploring Equity and Resilience in Childhood on September 23 with Charlotte Patterson, PhD, a University of Virginia Professor of Psychology and Director of the Women, Gender and Sexuality Program. Patterson visited Cleveland to share her research on lesbian- and gay-parented families and participate in local discussions about issues related to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) families.
The community and university partners for these events were:
- The Lesbian, [...Read more]
Date posted: October 20th, 2014
On October 10, 2014, the Norwegian Nobel Committee announced they will award the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize to Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi, both noted activists for children’s rights. At 17, Yousafzai is the youngest ever recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.
Yousafzai is recognized as an advocate for children’s right to an education, particularly in the Middle East. She gained global attention after being shot by a Taliban gunman in her school bus in northern Pakistan. [...Read more]
Date posted: September 21st, 2014
The Schubert Center congratulates Gabriella Celeste, the Director of Child Policy, for receiving the 2014 Suzanne Brookhart Harrison Award for Exceptional Service to Children. She received the award at the 162nd Annual Meeting of the Beech Brook Board of Directors, where she addressed “Why Being a Voice for Children Matters Today- More Than Ever.”
Date posted: August 28th, 2014
We at the Schubert Center for Child Studies are delighted to share news of our year’s activities with you through our interactive annual report, Advancing Child Well-Being Together, and to highlight these partnerships which advance dialogue, education and policy to action.
Thank you for the efforts and support of all who have come together with the Schubert Center during the past year, and we look forward to continuing this vital work. We are excited about another year of building bridges and Advancing Child Well-Being Together. [...Read more]
Date posted: August 27th, 2014
The Schubert Center congratulates Faculty Associate Sandra Russ on her appointment to Distinguished University Professor. The designation of Distinguished University Professor is the highest honor that the university bestows on faculty members.
Dr. Russ is a clinical child psychologist whose research focuses on how pretend play and creativity are linked to child development. Read more about Dr. Russ’ research and her contributions to the Case community at the Case Daily. [...Read more]
Schubert Center Director Part of Team that
Receives $2.3 Million NIH Grant
Researchers will examine how neighborhoods influence child maltreatment rates. Read more about the grant here.
The Bridge to Somewhere: How Research Made its Way into Legislative Juvenile Justice Reform in Ohio: A Case Study
Describing the events leading up to evidence-based juvenile justice reform in Ohio, this case study is a learning tool for those interested in understanding a collaborative approach to policy change.
Northeast Ohio Community and Neighborhood Data for Organizing (NEO CANDO)
Access social and economic data on children in Northeast Ohio using the NEO CANDO database.