In this new addition to the Academy Newsletter, our goal is to illuminate the work and accomplishments of ZERO TO THREE's Fellows.
Browse citations of recently published articles, chapters, and books from our fellows; titles of recent keynote and other conference presentations; promotions, fellowships, and other leadership achievements in which you are a “voice of influence” for babies, young children, and families. Please use the “Contribute To Our Next Issue” link below to submit your information for inclusion in the newsletter.
Academy Fellows Unite at Infant Mental Health Conference
The Pennsylvania Association for Infant Mental Health’s 8th Annual IMH Conference was also a mini Academy Fellows gathering! Left to Right: Wanjiku Njoroge (’05), presented research from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia on Mental Health Screening for Mothers and Fathers of Medically Complex Infants, Sheri Hill (’07) keynoted on Building Healthy Brains, Robert Gallen (’09) was there just as an attendee for the first time since founding the PA-AIMH as part of his Fellow’s project, Evelyn Ridgeway (’12) Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Early Head Start Child Development and Mental Health Manager enjoyed attending, and Brenda Jones Harden (’93) keynoted on Infants in Child Welfare. Everyone enjoyed the opportunity to renew relationships in person!
Academy Fellow Supports Launch of International MA Program
Training a cadre of child development professionals and policy leaders in developing countries is of the utmost urgency, as there is a pressing need to improve the lives of at-risk children around the world. In response to this urgent need, the University of Haifa has launched the International MA Program in Child Development for Developing Countries, designed to increase the professional knowledge of child care professionals who work with children growing up in destructive environments. A member of the distinguished faculty is Prof. David Oppenheim ’90. Click here to learn more.
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The application period for the Class of 2016-2018 ZERO TO THREE Fellowship Program closed on Sunday, June 12th, 2016.