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Jazz drummer Dustin Kaufman (ME' 12) was been selected as one of the 12 semifinalists for the 25th Annual Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition.The competition is widely regarded as the most prestigious of its kind, with the winner receiving a $25,000 music scholarship and a recording contract with the Concord Music Group. Read More >>


Life's a Game

Sara Farber (MA '08) “loves writing puns for four-year-olds.” Farber is a toy writer and content developer, meaning that she is responsible for the jokes, songs, and chatter emanating from many of the talking toys in your home. She also develops content for apps, digital books, virtual worlds, and electronic games. After fifteen years in the toy and children’s media industry, Sara has started her own company, Galactic Sneeze, which she runs with her husband. They’ve created the board/party game Schmovie, which challenges players to craft witty titles for outlandish movie premises. Read More on Farber on parents-choice.org >>

Alumnae in Action

Harriet Fields (EdD '81), pictured center, spent a month in Africa and Rwanda after a meeting with a fellow alumna Samantha Basile (MA '11), Founder and Executive Director of The Mama Project. With Basile, Fields was able to hone her expertise in global health care and now plans a return to Rwanda to bring university public health nursing educators to provide service learning and “train the trainer” experiences. While in Rwanda, Fields also met with the Rwanda Cinema Center and their Kwetu Film Institute to screen two of her grandfather's films under the stars. (Her grandfather is comedy icon W.C. Fields!)

Do you have exciting news to share? Be sure to let us know here or by emailing us at tcalumni@tc.edu.

Department Center

Read below for more information on each department and for ways to reconnect.

Arts & Humanities Homepage

Click here to read the department's blog. Visit the Music Ed site for alumni news and upcoming concerts. You can also join the conversation on Twitter @TCAandH, @TCSocialStudies, @TCMusicEd, and new to twitter: @TCEnglishEd. ARAD Year In Review.

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Biobehavioral Sciences Homepage

You can also join the conversation on Twitter @BiobehavioralTC.

Counseling & Clinical Psychology Homepage

The MA Clinical Program is on Linkedin.

TC has just opened the Spirituality & Mind-Body Institute.

Curriculum & Teaching Homepage

Visit the site for alumni, faculty and student news.

Education Policy & Social Analysis Homepage

Mark your calendars for Sept 19 for Beyond the Schoolhouse Doors: Bringing Non-School Factors into Education Policy. More information here.

Click here for the recent issue of EPSA-logue, the department's newsletter. You can also join the conversation on Twitter @EPSAatTC.

Health & Behavior Studies Homepage

Visit the site for alumni, faculty and student news.

Human Development Homepage

Click here to read the most recent edition of HUDN, the department's newsletter.

International & Transcultural Studies Homepage

2013 CIES International Travel Award
The travel award was established through an endowment from George Soros and the Open Society Institute (OSI) and expanded under CIES president Ratna Ghosh to encourage distinguished researchers and practitioners from developing countries to participate in CIES conferences. Launched at the 2009 CIES conference, the endowment attempts to facilitate the participation of international education experts who serve in countries where international projects are implemented. For information on how to apply for an International Travel Award and to access the application form please visit: http://www.cies.us/home.htm. Questions about the 2013 International Travel Award can be directed to cies.travel.award@gmail.com.

ITS is also accepting nominations for the Harold J. Noah Award. Click here for more information. Keep in touch with fellow CIE/IED alumni by reading GlobalUpdate.

Check out the TC IED Alumni Blog
https://tcaroundtheglobe.wordpress.com/ 

Mathematics, Science & Technology Homepage

Workshop in Mathematical Modeling
This workshop addresses mathematical modeling questions that arise from a consideration of fairness issues in such fields as economics, psychology, political sci-ence, business, operations research, and everyday life. Read more >>

View the link to the Summer 2012 issue of MST Times. In it you will find the latest news and events occurring in MST.

Organization & Leadership Homepage

Visit the site for alumni, faculty and student news.

Other Concentrations Homepage

Interested in other certificate programs and courses? Visit the site for additional opportunities.

Teachers College News

 

 

 

 

TC Community School celebrates its new home, cheered on by the community and a cast of dignitaries. The public university-assisted PreK-through-8 school run by the New York City Department of Education and formally affiliated with TC, admitted its first class – a group of kindergarten students – last year in a temporary facility. The school was designed in collaboration with neighborhood residents and fulfills a pledge made by Columbia University, as a part of the Community Benefits Agreement it signed in undertaking an expansion into the Manhattanville area of Harlem, to create a community school. The school's vision also integrates delivery of services for children and families in order to optimize educational opportunities and achievement. Read More >>

News You Can Use
News You Can Use is a quarterly compendium of stories about research, curriculum development, policy work and community outreach emanating from Teachers College, Columbia University. Read the latest issue here.

Views on the News
Views on the News is a monthly online journal of analysis. Enlisting the expertise of TC's faculty, alumni, students and leadership, Views on the News offers timely analysis and lively commentary on news events and current trends in education, health, nutrition, organizational leadership and other fields within the College's core areas of research, policy and practice. Read the latest issue here.

Inside
Inside is our monthly source for news, events and people at Teachers College. To read the most current edition, please click here. Please send us your feedback at views@tc.columbia.edu.

Virtual Events
Were you interested in an event but unable to attend? If so, or if you want to be part of the audience again, you can watch many of our programs online. Simply visit our Youtube channel (TeachersCollegeCUNYC) or TC blip.tv channel to see what you've been missing.

Support TC

The Power of Giving: A TC Student Shares Her Scholarship Story

Doctoral Student Lisa Pao talks about her reasons for choosing TC and why scholarship support is so crucial. "Getting this scholarship meant that I didn't have to take out another student loan...which is great," she says. Lisa shares her story here.

TC Annual Fund
The 2011-12 TC Fund had a very successful year, thanks to our many alumni and friends. Overall participation increased by 8%, and membership in our leadership giving society, the John Dewey Circle, grew by 17%. We are grateful to each and every one of our donors for their participation and understanding that in order to continue transforming lives and impacting the global community, the TC Fund needs their help each and every year. The new academic year marks the beginning of an important milestone for TC—the celebration of our 125th anniversary. Stay tuned to these pages for announcements of special events throughout the year. And please consider helping us celebrate by reaffirming your commitment to Teachers College with a gift to the TC Fund today. You can make a gift online at www.tc.edu/givetotc or call 212-678-4067. Every gift counts!

Plan Ahead for Year-End Giving to the Annual Fund
You can help both Teachers College and yourself by making a charitable contribution before December 31. Cash and securities are deductible charitable contributions. If you give a gift of appreciated securities that you have held for longer than one year, you can deduct the full fair market value on your 2012 tax return and avoid capital gains tax. If you wish to give a gift of appreciated securities or mutual fund shares, contact your investment advisor soon to be sure your gift is completed by December 31. You can also use appreciated securities to establish a charitable gift annuity with Teachers College that will provide you with a fixed income for life, as well as a charitable deduction. If we can be of any assistance as you plan a gift of stock, please see the stock transfer instructions on our giving web pages at www.tc.edu/supporttc or contact Mary Amoon-Hickey at 212-678-3392. Please note that a stock transfer can take up to seven business days to complete, so remember to plan early.

Bookshelf

Alumni Publications
To read about our TC authors, please click on the links below.

BookFugo by Elizabeth Young (PhD '74). After serving as President of the Public Service Satellite Consortium, she joined COMSAT as VP and General Manager of Aeronautical Services. Young lectures frequently and maintains a consulting practice that includes clients in the US, Europe and Australia.

Are you an alumnus or alumna with published works? For consideration in a future bookshelf section, send information on your work to tcalumni@tc.edu, subject: Alumni Publications.


Gottesman Library

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October Alumni Newsletter

Taking the Election to School

Teachers College President Susan Fuhrman will moderate a debate on education and policy between Jon Schnur, Education Advisor to the Obama Presidential Campaign and Phil Handy, Higher Education Co-Chair of Governor Romney's Education Policy Advisory Group. There are two opportunities to attend - join us in New York at Teachers College in the Joyce B. Cowin Center or in Washington, DC, for a live-screening of the debate and reception at the National Press Club.

We want you to help us shape the event so be sure to submit your question for the Q&A portion of the event. Education Week will provide exclusive web streaming for the event. Spread the word and visit www.tc.edu/debate. #TCDebate

New York City
Event, Teachers College
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Location: Joyce B. Cowin Center
For more information or to register for the New York event, please visit www.tc.edu/events/11311.

Washington, DC Live-Screening Event

The DC event will be hosted by TC in DC regional group with special guest Claude L. Matthews, a Washington, DC broadcast journalist and attorney, who covered the nation's capital for over 30 years.
Time: 6:00 p.m. Reception | 7:00 p.m. Debate
Location: National Press Club, The First Amendment Lounge, 529 14th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20045
For more information or to register for the Washington, DC event, please visit www.tc.edu/events/11455.

Continue the Legacy
Alumni play an important part in spreading the word about Teachers College. We encourage you to send the Office of Admission the name and email address of anyone you think might be a good 'fit' for TC. They will reach out to each student you provide information for and will be sure that the student receives important information about the application and admission process at TC. They will send a personalized note to each student letting them know that they were referred by a TC alumnus. If you would like to recommend a prospective student, please forward his or her first name, last name, and email address to tcinfo@tc.columbia.edu. Write 'Alumni Referral' in the subject line of the e-mail message.

Alumni Council Nominations Due Dec. 31
Are you interested in serving your fellow TC alumni? There's still time! TC alumni are represented officially by the Alumni Association's Council, a group of 35 members elected to serve three-year terms. If you are interested in becoming a council member or know someone who would be an asset to the council, please complete a nomination form. Deadline to submit nominations is December 31, the selection process will take place during the first quarter of 2013, and appointments will be made in May.

Update Your Information and Stay Connected to TC
Alumni Relations is planning events all over the world this year! Be sure your email & mailing addresses are up to date so you can receive your invitation! Take a moment to also share Class Notes. Keep up with what is happening around campus and with your fellow alumni - join the conversation online.

Help your fellow TC alumni stay connected - forward this newsletter!

Upcoming Alumni Events

October

October 5 - Macy Art Gallery Exhibit - Retro: A Close Look at 40 Years of Printmaking at Teachers College
The exhibition chronicles the last 40 years of the printmaking studios - which have a long history here at TC. The studios have been collecting students' work since the 1970s. The exhibition presents a selection of prints from each decade since 1970. The exhibition will be in Macy Gallery through October 26.
Hosted by: Macy Art Gallery - Art & Art Education
Time: 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Location: Macy Art Gallery, Macy Hall 444, Teachers College
For more information or to register, please visit www.tc.edu/macygallery.

October 5-7 - Interlanguage: 40 Years Later - A Roundtable in Second Language Studies
TESOL invites you to a special symposium celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Interlanguage Hypothesis. Eminent researchers in the field of Second Language Acquisition will present their perspective on the Interlanguage Hypothesis, first introduced 40 years ago.
For more information or to register, please click here. Register by October 4.

October 10 - Professional Capital: A conversation about 'Transforming Teaching in Every School'
TCPressTeachers College President Susan Fuhrman and Teachers College Press Director Carole Saltz invite you to Save the Date for "Professional Capital: A conversation about 'Transforming Teaching in Every School'" with authors Andy Hargreaves and Michael Fullan and colleagues moderated by TC President Susan Fuhrman.
Time: 5:00 p.m. Reception | 6:00 p.m. Panel
Location: Teachers College
For program updates visit tcpress.com. For inquiries, please contact Bev Rivero at rivero@tc.edu.

October 12 - Social Media & the Job Search Webinar
Log on to this webinar, presented by alumnus Bernardo Tirado (MA '01), to learn the ins and outs about Social Media and how to leverage these resources in a job hunt. The interactive discussion will also provide helpful "dos" and steer you away from the "don'ts".
Sponsored by: TC Career Services and the Office of Alumni Relations
Time:
12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
For more information or to register, please visit www.tc.edu/events/11406.

October 15 - Taking the Election to School - A Debate between the Education Advisors of the Presidential Candidates
Teachers College President Susan Fuhrman will moderate a debate on education and policy between Jon Schnur, Education Advisor to the Obama Presidential Campaign and Phil Handy, Higher Education Co-Chair of Governor Romney's Education Policy Advisory Group. There are two opportunities to attend - join us in New York at Teachers College in the Joyce B. Cowin Center or in Washington, DC, for a live-screening of the debate and reception at the National Press Club.
We want you to help us shape the event so be sure to submit your question for the Q&A portion of the event. Education Week will provide exclusive web streaming for the event. Spread the word and visit www.tc.edu/debate. #TCDebate

New York City
Event, Teachers College
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Location: Joyce B. Cowin Center
For more information or to register for the New York event, please visit www.tc.edu/events/11311.

Washington, DC Live-Screening Event

The DC event will be hosted by TC in DC regional group with special guest Claude L. Matthews, a Washington, DC broadcast journalist and attorney, who covered the nation's capital for over 30 years.
Time: 6:00 p.m. Reception | 7:00 p.m. Debate
Location: National Press Club, The First Amendment Lounge, 529 14th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20045
For more information or to register for the Washington, DC event, please visit www.tc.edu/events/11455.

October 24: Annual State of the College Address delivered by TC President Susan Fuhrman
FuhrmanTC alumni are warmly welcome to attend President Fuhrman’s Annual State of the College Address. The program will include the presentation of the Elaine Brantley Memorial Awards for Community & Civility and will be followed by a community-wide reception.
Hosted by:
President’s Office
Time: 3:30 p.m.; reception immediately following the program
Location: State of the College Address: The Joyce Berger Cowin Conference Center, Horace Mann; Reception: Everett Lounge, Zankel.
No RSVP necessary.

October 29 - Japan Alumni Reception and Provost on the Road Series
Alumni Relations cordially invites you to join us for a Teachers College Alumni Reception in Tokyo, Japan
as part of our Provost on the Road Series featuring Provost and Dean of Teachers College Thomas James. #TCTokyo
Sponsored by: Provost James and the Office of Alumni Relations.
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: Private Dining Room 2 at the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi - 1-11-1 Pacific Century Place, Marunouchi , Chiyoda-ku , Tokyo 100-6277, Japan
For more information or to RSVP, please visit www.tc.edu/events/11465.

November

November 1: Clinical Psychology Master of Arts Program Alumni Panel
Come hear about exciting career paths our alumni have taken and get advice on how you can follow in their footsteps. Learn about diverse directions our program can take you in while networking with current students and other alumni. Refreshments will be provided after the panel.
Hosted by: Teachers College Clinical Psychology Master of Arts Program
Location: Teachers College, Grace Dodge Hall 179
Time: 7:00 PM- 9:30 PM
For more information, please email our Program Ambassadors at MelanieABlair@gmail.com or michaeldavidlevy@gmail.com. If you would like to be a panelist, please email the Ambassadors a brief description of your professional experiences since graduation.

November 1- HBS Colloquium Series:Putting it in Social Context: The Next Decade of Research in Health Psychology, Tracey Revenson
This colloquium series seeks to bring together faculty and students from across Teachers College and other units of Columbia University whose research interests include the biological, behavioral, and social basis of healthy human development and health-related educational, behavioral, and social intervention. Tracey A. Revenson, Ph.D. is Professor of Psychology and Deputy Executive Officer of the Doctoral Program in Psychology at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.
Sponsored by: Office of the Provost of Teachers College and Gottesman Libraries
Location: 305 Russell Hall, Gottesman Libraries, Teachers College
Time: 3:45 p.m.
For more information or to register, please visit www.tc.edu/rsvp/11160.

November 8 - President's Reception in Honolulu, Hawaii
HawaiiAloha, Hawaii-area alumni! Join us for an opportunity to meet TC President Susan Fuhrman during a speaking program and reception. #AlohaTC
Sponsored by: TC Office of Alumni Relations
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: Halekulani Hotel, Garden Terrace, 2199 Kalia Road, Honolulu, HI 96815
For more information or to register, please visit www.tc.edu/events/11462.

November 8 - A Conversation on Education Across the Americas
Join us in the university-wide celebration of 50 years of Latin American Studies at Columbia University. A roundtable of exceptional Teachers College alumni will share insights on their active engagement with research and policy in various aspects of education throughout the Americas. Reception to follow.
Hosted by:
Latina/o and Latin American Faculty Working Group and the Office of Alumni Relations
Time:
5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Location:
Teachers College
For more information or to register, please visit www.tc.edu/events/11443.

November 16 - TC at ASHE: A Reception in Honor of ASHE President Anna Neumann
Join us in celebrating ASHE President, and TC faculty, Anna Neumann during a reception in her honor while also networking with Higher Education and Nevada area alumni.
Hosted by: TC Office of Alumni Relations
Time: 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Location: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, 3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89109
For more information or to register, please visit www.tc.edu/events/11459.

November 27 - TC Psychology Roundtable: The Psychological Impact of Spirituality
This third installment in the Psychology Roundtable Series, will explore the topic of spirituality and the mind/body link. Lisa Miller Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology and Education, will moderate the panel discussion with Suniya S. Luthar Ph.D., Professor of Psychology and Education and Professor of Clinical and Developmental Psychology, John Allegrante Ph.D., Professor of Health Education and Deputy Provost, along with expert alumnae Dale Atkins (MA '72), Ph.D. and Betsy Schur Levy Ph.D. '89.
Hosted by: TC Office of Alumni Relations
Time: 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.; Networking Reception immediately following
Location: Teachers College
For more information or to RSVP, please visit www.tc.edu/events/11450.

November 29- HBS Colloquium Series: The Undivided Self: Psychophysical unity and its role in education and health, Theodore Dimon
This colloquium series seeks to bring together faculty and students from across Teachers College and other units of Columbia University whose research interests include the biological, behavioral, and social basis of healthy human development and health-related educational, behavioral, and social intervention. Dr. Theodore Dimon is the founder and director of The Dimon Institute in New York City.
Hosted by: Office of the Provost of Teachers College and Gottesman Libraries
Location: 305 Russell Hall, Gottesman Libraries, Teachers College
Time: 3:45 p.m.
For more information or to register, please visit www.tc.edu/rsvp/11161.

Mark Your Calendar

April 13 - Save the Date - Academic Festival 2013
Save the Date for what will be a homecoming event to remember. Visit www.tc.edu/festival to see what happened at Academic Festival 2012!

For additional information on Alumni Events and Programs, visit www.tc.edu/alumni/ or email tcalumni@tc.edu. For a full calendar of events happening on TC's campus, visit http://www.tc.edu/calendar/.

**Event times and locations are subject to change. Please check the website prior to the event for the most up-to-date information.

TCCS Career Corner

Tap in to TCCS
Continue to utilize career services as an alumnus? To review a list of services offered, click here. Join Teachers College, Columbia University Career Services (TCCS) LinkedIn Group. Connect with TC alumni and fellow students, exchange information, ideas and opportunities with others in your field, & learn about upcoming TCCS programs & events. Like us on Facebook & follow us on Twitter.

TCCS Alumni Listserv
Do you want to receive the TCCS weekly emails with information on learn about upcoming TCCS programs & events? Sign up for the TCCS Alumni Listserv.

Alumni Mentor Program
Join the TCCS LinkedIn group titled 'Teachers College Career Services (TCCS), Columbia University' for all your networking purposes. For more information, please click here.

Recruit TC
Is your organization seeking talented professionals? Contact TCCS to discuss recruiting efforts. Please contact Vicki Gochenour, Assistant Director of Employer Relations at 212-678-3202 or via email at gochenour@tc.edu.

TCCS Events
Use TCCS LINK through myTC Portal to RSVP for the events below, access online job postings, alumni mentors, online resources and more. Note: Dates and room locations are subject to change so please verify location prior to event in TCCS LINK. All workshop, panel and info session information is listed in the 'Career Fairs and Events' section of TCCS LINK.

WORKSHOPS
October 12 – Creating Your Brand and Marketing It!, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m., 461 Grace Dodge Hall (this is also a Webinar) Facilitated by TC Alumna Viola Skepeneit, Register by October 3, 6:00 p.m.
October 15 – Resume/Cover Letter Writing Workshop, 3:00 – 4:30 p.m., 150 Horace Mann (Powerpoint Presentation here.)
October 16 – Job Search/Networking Workshop, 4:30 – 6:00 p.m., 179 Grace Dodge Hall (Powerpoint Presentation here.)
October 17 – General Interviewing Workshop, 3:00 – 4:30 p.m., 150 Horace Mann (Powerpoint Presentation here.)
October 18 – Salary Negotiation, 4:30 – 6:00 p.m., 152 Horace Mann (Powerpoint Presentation here.)
November 2 – Curriculum Vita (CV)/ Cover Letter Writing Workshop, 12:00 – 1:30 p.m., Location: TBA
(Powerpoint Presentation here.)

PANELS

October 24 – What to Know Before Getting a PhD Degree, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m., 150 Horace Mann

INFORMATION SESSIONS
October 4Johnson & Johnson, 5:00 – 6:00 p.m., 138 Horace Mann | Recruiting for: Human Resources Leadership Development Program (Full Time and Internship)
October 5Capgemini Consulting, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m., 109 Zankel (Trustees Room) | Recruiting for: Senior Consultant, Employee Transformation
October 9Institute of International Education, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m., SIPA Room 413 IAB
October 9 – FHI 360, 5:00 – 6:00 p.m., 179 Grace Dodge Hall
October 18 – Education Pioneers, 4:00 – 5:00 p.m., 138 Horace Mann
October 22 – Global Nomads Group, 5:00 – 6:00 p.m., 138 Horace Mann | Recruiting For: Program Development Internship, Spring 2013 (TCCS LINK JOB ID 18154)
October 23 – UNICEF, 5:00 – 6:00 p.m., Location: TBA
October 25 – Public Prep, 3:30 – 5:00 p.m., Location: TBA
October 25 – Ketchum Pleon Change, 5:00 – 6:00 p.m., Location: TBA
November 1 – The Center for Discovery, 3:45 – 5:00 p.m., Location: TBA | Recruiting for Special Education Educators and Mental Health Counselors

WEBINARS
October 3Transitioning from a Teacher to an Administrator, 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
October 12Social Media and the Job Search, 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
October 24 - CUCCE - Pursuing Your Educational Goals: The Road Map to Graduate School, 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.

Columbia University Center for Career Education
October 24 - Webinar info above. More info here.

For Columbia alumni volunteer & mentor opportunities please click here. You can also champion Columbia University students for your firm. Visit Columbia.edu/hirecolumbians.

Interested in sharing your expertise or mentoring Columbia University Alumni? Contact Malla Haridat (vh19@columbia.edu or 212-854-7862) for information on the Professionals in Residence, the Columbia Externship Program and more.

Columbia Networking Events Monthly Networking Breakfasts and Evening Events Each Month contact William Jordan to inquire - William@caa.columbia.edu.

For further assistance regarding TC Career Services, please contact the TCCS office at careerservices@tc.edu.

Events: Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to contact OASID at oasid@tc.edu, (212) 678-3689, (212) 678-3853 TTY, (212) 678-3854 video phone, as early as possible to request reasonable accommodations, such as ASL interpreters, alternate format materials, and a campus map of accessible features.By entering the event premises you consent to videotaping, photography, interview(s) and its/their release, publication, exhibition, or reproduction to be used for public relations, news articles, telecasts, education, advertising, research, inclusion on web sites, fundraising, or any other purpose by Teachers College (TC) and and/or its affiliates. Full photo consent information here. If you would like to unsubscribe to these emails, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations at tcalumni@tc.edu. Change of address? Update your information here.