P. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale

Professor Emerita of Human Development and Social Policy, Northwestern University, Institute for Policy Research
Evanston, Illinois

Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, PhD, is the Frances Willard Professor Emerita of Human Development and Social Policy at the Institute for Policy Research and the Associate Provost for Faculty at Northwestern University. She is an expert on the interface between research and social policy for children and families, including a focus on two-generation educational interventions.

Stories featuring P. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale

Anne Mosle, vice president at the Aspen Institute and executive director of Ascend at the Aspen Institute, delivered a keynote address to the City Club of Cleveland in Ohio about the two-generation approach on Thursday, February 27. Following her lecture, she also participated in a question and answer session with present and online guests who viewed the conversation via livestream. The City Club is a non-partisan free speech forum that has convened world …

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BlogMarch 24, 2020
Ascend Fellows are visionary leaders who come from a variety of backgrounds and bring expertise from different sectors and disciplines to the Fellowship. Here is a selection of their publications and case studies. Publications: Two Open Windows: Infant and Parent Neurobiologic Change: by Ascend Fellow Dr. Sarah Enos Watamura explores new research on parent brain …

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BlogApril 12, 2018