In a Q&A, Visiting Fellow Pashtana Durrani discusses her work to make education accessible to girls in Afghanistan.
In a commentary, Visiting Scholar Hauwa Ibrahim, J.D., S.J.D., M.L., shares insights from the newest iteration of STEAM summer camps in Nigeria hosted by WCW.
A recent study investigated the complex connections between poverty, work schedules, parents’ selection of different types of child care, and work disruptions.
In a commentary, Sari Pekkala Kerr, Ph.D., discusses how the pay gap changes for parents throughout their careers.
In a Q&A, Kate Price, Ph.D., shares what she’s been working on since being featured in the Boston Globe. Warning: This story deals with child sexual abuse.
In the Journal of Social Issues, Nan Stein, Ed.D., co-authored an article chronicling the history of the movement to address sexual harassment in schools.
Linda Charmaraman, Ph.D., was invited to join an expert steering committee to advise Instagram content creators on creating supportive online content.
Through research and personal essays, this book co-edited by NIOST shines a light on the vulnerability and triumph of youth development work.
While in-person New Leaders Training takes place over a week during the summer, virtual New Leaders Training is a 12-week program that meets online in either the spring or fall.
In the fall of 2022, WCW celebrated the retirement of Senior Research Scientist Nancy Marshall, Ed.D., and Senior Strategist Ellen Gannett, M.Ed.