The Schubert Center is Hiring!

Want to help to advance public policy that improves the lives of children, young people and our communities? Whether it’s bridging research and policy to prevent child lead poisoning, divert youth from the juvenile prisons or reduce the trauma of the child welfare system, these are among the policy challenges our center tackles. Join our team as a Policy Research Associate at the Schubert Center for Child Studies and learn more about ways you can be a part of making a difference.

Working Towards Lead Free Kids in Ohio

Check out a new resource on local and state policy efforts around lead poisoning in children. Schubert Center Policy Director, Gabriella Celeste, is working on policies through the Ohio Lead Free Kids Coalition and the Steering Committee for Lead Safe Cleveland Coalition. Other faculty associates are working on research...

Schubert Center Director Steps Down; New Director Named

After almost 20 years of service as co-director and director of the Schubert Center for Child Studies, Dr. Jill Korbin, Lucy Adams Leffingwell Professor; Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences; Co-Director, Childhood Studies Program, is stepping down from the directorship as of October 1, 2019 to return to...

Schubert Center Releases 2019-2023 Strategic Plan

The Schubert Center completed a four-year strategic plan in June 2019. This plan was developed after gathering input from a variety of stakeholders in the community and on campus and has identified opportunities for the center to strengthen its efforts to promote child well-being through the bridging of research, practice, policy and education.