Schubert Center for Child Development
The Schubert Center for Child Development supports multidisciplinary research and education on children and childhood at Case Western Reserve University. Initiatives of the Schubert Center for Child Development promote understandings of child development from infancy through adolescence, and in local, national, and international contexts.
The primary goals of the Schubert Center for Child Development are to:
• support basic and applied research on children and childhood;
• promote interdisciplinary connections for research and education at CASE and in the community; and
• disseminate new research findings through conferences, lectures, and the SCCD newsletter and website.
The Schubert Center for Child Development emphasizes the need to understand how child development is:
• shaped by everyday settings, including families, peer and friendship groups, schools, and neighborhoods;
• affected by local, national, and international policies;
• conditioned by history and culture; and
• understood within the context of the larger life course.
Dr. Jill Korbin, Schubert Center for Child Studies, (216) 368-0540, e-mail: email@example.com, http://www.case.edu/artsci/schubert