Because Nothing Matters More
than a Child’s Early Years
Her approach to social work: ‘Problems do not define the person’
Professor Florence Kimondo, PhD
She aims to move students from awareness to action
Professor Laura Grandau, PhD
Through her teaching, she connecting theory to practice
Professor Sarah Martinez, MA
She came to Erikson to focus on the ‘whole child’
Student Talin Tokat, Class of 2017
He learned how early experience impact people throughout life
Student Fernando Gonzalez, Class of 2017
Erikson set her on a path to change child- and family-focused systems
Alumna Bilge Cerezci, Ph.D.
Her approach to research: Represent the underrepresented
Professor Tonya Bibbs, M.S.W., Ph.D.
His passion: experiencing ‘families really becoming families’
Professor Jon Korfmacher, Ph.D.
One school, two degrees, and countless valuable experiences
Student Kimberly Garner, M.S. ’15
Understanding bilingualism helped shape her approach to teaching
Alumna Rakhee Dodia, M.S. ’16
Preparing teachers involves mixing a passion for education with other interests
Professor Gillian D. McNamee, Ph.D.
Early learning is informed by culture, family, and community
Professor Luisiana Meléndez, Ph.D.