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 teaching and research. The center will be forever grateful for her dedication and leadership as she moved the center forward to be a reputable resource to faculty, students and the community. Dr. Anastasia Dimitropoulos, Research Director of the Schubert Center and Associate Professor of Psychological Sciences, has been named as the new Director and will oversee the center’s continued efforts to bridge research, practice, policy and education for the well-being of children and adolescents.

Read a note from Dr. Korbin here.

Read a note from Dr. Dimitropoulos here.