BEST in CLASS-Web

BEST in CLASS-Web is a targeted, classroom-based intervention for young children at risk for social-emotional learning and behavioral delays and support children’s engagement.

Student Spotlight: Sara Germansky

Student Spotlight: Sara Germansky

Meet Sara Germansky, a second-year Anita Zucker Center doctoral student affiliate. Committed to creating a more empowered and effective early childhood workforce, Sara works alongside advisors Drs. Patricia Snyder and Brian Reichow. Alexis Brown: Let’s begin the...
Student Spotlight: Michelle Crosby

Student Spotlight: Michelle Crosby

Meet Michelle Crosby. Michelle is a second-year doctoral student enrolled in the Preparing Leaders in Early Childhood Studies and Implementation Science (PLECSIS) leadership training grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education...
Student Spotlight: Debra Prykanowski

Student Spotlight: Debra Prykanowski

Meet Debra Prykanowski, a fifth-year doctoral candidate in the College of Education’s School of Special Education, School Psychology, and Early Childhood Studies. At the Anita Zucker Center, she has worked with Dr. Maureen Conroy, co-director, on the center’s BEST in...