CHD Trial Research | LeVine Keynote
The conclusion of the 23rd Annual Comparative Human Development Student Trial Research Conference. This video features opening remarks from Chair Margaret Beale Spencer and Dean David Nirenberg, with the Keynote address being delivered by Professor Robert LeVine titled “Psychosocial Pioneers: The U of C's Committee on Human Development.”
CHD 75th Anniversary | Opening Remarks
Opening remarks to kick off the 75th Anniversary Panel Day. Professor John Lucy speaks first, introducing Dean John Boyer who both give a brief history of the origins of the Department of Comparative Human Development at the University of Chicago.
CHD 75th Anniversary | Former Faculty Panel
Former Faculty members speak regarding their time in the Department and how it influenced their careers. Panelists included Robert LeVine, Diana Slaughter Kotzin, James Stigler, Tanya Luhrmann and David Orlinsky, in chronological order of their time with the department. This panel was chaired by Professor Dario Maestripieri and Professor Guanglei Hong served as a discussant.
CHD 75th Anniversary | Former Post Docs
Former Post Doctoral Students speak regarding their time in the Department and how it influenced their career pathways. Panelists included Rebecca Lester, Bambi Chapin, Timothy Cage Hall, and Joan Miller. This panel was chaired by Professor Eugene Raikhel and Professor Micere Keels served as a discussant.
CHD 75th Anniversary | Senior Alumnus Interview
Richard Shweder interviewing Jeremy Sarchet, AA ‘47, AM ‘49, Ph.D. ’51, and one of the oldest living members of Department Alumni.
CHD 75th Anniversary | CHD PhD Alumni
Graduates of the Department of Comparative Human Development’s Doctoral Program speak about their time in the Department and how it influenced their career pathways. Professor Anna Mueller chaired this panel. Panelists included Nancy Segal, Linda Fitzgerald, Lene Jensen, Lawrence Gianinno, Amy Cooper, Les Beldo, and Mike Kaufman.
CHD 75th Anniversary | Former CHD Chairs
Former Chairs of the Department discuss the creation of the department and how they helped to guide it into the program it has become. Professor Jennifer Cole chaired this panel and Professor Jill Mateo served as a discussant. Panelists included Professor Susan Goldin-Meadow, Professor Richard Taub, Professor John Lucy, and Former Provost Norman Bradburn.