People

The staff of the JGCP fluctuates from 67 to 70 persons from several academic levels, including approximately 20 graduate students from the University of Kansas who serve as research assistants supported by grant funding (including tuition) and who complete their training and research under the direction of JGCP Faculty/Staff.  The staff is diverse in gender, race, nationality, language, and culture.  For example, we currently have permanent staff from Malaysia, Mexico, Colombia, and Chile.  Graduate students hail from as far away as Korea and Australia as well as from across all parts of the United States.  Some of our staff are from Northeast KC and Wyandotte County and others live in the surrounding KC metropolitan area.  Many of the staff are at senior levels as employees of KU in that they have 10, 20, and 30 or more year’s seniority.  Juniper Gardens is an excellent example how diversity and a common mission and goal creates an effective partnership of focus driven research and collegiality.


50th Anniversary
Job Opportunities
  • Post-Doctoral Researcher - Life Span Institute, University of Kansas JUNIPER GARDENS CHILDREN’S PROJECT seeks a Post-Doctoral Researcher. For more information go to https://employment.ku.edu/staff/2046BR.  KU is an EO/AAE.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), age, national origin, disability, genetic information or protected Veteran status.

 

Focus on the Baby Net Project here at Juniper Gardens! Run by PI Dr. Kathleen Baggett, this project aims to study how web-based parenting interventions and coaching can impact parenting skills. http://ow.ly/JALOR
Web-based Parenting Intervention for Mothers | Juniper Gardens...
Return to Research Categories Preventing Maltreatment PI Duration Sponsor Web-based Parenting Intervention for Mothers of Infants At-Risk for...

Want to track infant and toddler progress? Join us at #NHSA 2015 to get certified on the Infant & Toddler IGDIs! #ece http://t.co/9PkW7aX4Fk