Ji, Hoffman travel to Chinese universities to help promote physical activity programs

A delegation of physical activity directors led by Dr. Li Li Ji, director of the School of Kinesiology,  visited four universities in China this month to share strategies for promoting physical fitness among university students.  The American Culture Center (ACC) in Sports delegation included Ms. Brandi Hoffman from Kinesiology, director of the Physical Activity Program […]

Shirley G. Moore Lab School earns reaccreditation from NAEYC

Congratulations to the Shirley G. Moore Lab School on a successful National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) accreditation visit. NAEYC strives to raise the quality of education for all children from birth through age eight. The NAEYC accreditation system encourages early childhood education programs to provide the best learning experiences for young children and their educators by […]

Koenig quoted in NPR story on how babies understand adult sadness

Melissa Koenig, associate professor at the Institute of Child Development, was quoted in a National Public Radio story on how babies understand the emotional responses of adults around them. In the story, What Babies Understand About Adult Sadness, a recent study by Sabrina Chiarella and Diane Poulin-Dubois, both of Concordia University, is discussed. The study […]