Schubert Center among CWRU centers honored at PEP Rally 4 Kids

On May 15, 2019, Case Western Reserve University was honored at the Positive Education Program (PEP) Rally 4 Kids annual event. Multiple centers at the university were recognized for their various contributions to PEP's work serving children in our community with mental health and behavioral challenges. These centers included...

Student Organization Engages Youth at Juvenile Detention Center through Art

Art Forward was founded by Case Western Reserve University students Jasmine Lee '19 and Maya Nayak '19 in the Fall of 2017 to connect college students with residents at the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Detention Center (CCJDC) over monthly art projects. The group's purpose is to promote empathy, creativity, and self-reflection...

Schubert Center and Office of Research and Technology Management Award Grants for Youth Focused Research

The Schubert Center for Child Studies in collaboration with the CWRU Office of Research and Technology Management Vice President, Suzanne Rivera, is pleased to announce the awarding of pilot grants to four primary investigators at Case Western Reserve University. 

Schubert Celebrates Undergraduate Research on Children & Childhood

At the recent Intersections: SOURCE Symposium and Poster Session, the Schubert Center honored undergraduate researchers whose work focused on topics related to children and childhood. Their work covered a wide range of topics and disciplines including cross-cultural linguistic differences in children, nutritional programming for high school students, and a...