NitR members have the opportunity to participate in working groups and develop publicly available products. Working groups are formed and led by members who are interested in exploring a narrow topic or interest within the broader field of infant and toddler research. NitR’s products cover a range of topics relevant to the care of infants and toddlers, aimed toward audiences of providers, parents, and researchers.
Active NitR Working Groups
NitR Graduate Students and Early Career Scholars
The NitR Graduate Student and Early Career Working Group brings together early career scholars who are studying influences on the development of young children from pregnancy through the first 3 years of life. The group aims to increase opportunities for students to collaborate with NitR faculty members and other students to conduct research that informs policy and practice in ACF-relevant programs.
Explore the list of resources created by NitR.
For more information about NitR, please contact:
Meryl Yoches Barofsky
OPRE NitR Lead