Imbolo Mbue (M.A. '07) won the 2017 PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction for her debut novel, Behold the Dreamers. Read more >>
Tonia Casarin (M.A. '16)
Tonia Casarin (M.A. '16) won the 2017 Global Impact Challenge in Brazil promoted by Singularity University. The challenge awarded projects that proposed radical ideas to improve education. Casarin's project focused on building a platform to assess, train, certificate and coach teachers in social and emotional learning.
Betty Perez-Rivera (Ed.D. '03) & Tiffany C. Rivera (M.A. '10)
TC's Early Career Award Honoree, Dr. Betty Perez-Rivera (Ed.D. '03), and her daughter, Dr. Tiffany C. Rivera (M.A. '10), founded the Institute of Education for the Care of Chronic Diseases (IECCD) with a mission to provide an innovative model of health education that stretches beyond conventional approaches. Read more >>
Sarah Benis Scheier-Dolberg (Ed.D. '14)
Sarah Benis Scheier-Dolberg (Ed.D. '14) is now the Associate Director of the Urban Education Leaders Collaborative (UELC) in TC's Department of Organization and Leadership. Benis Scheier-Dolberg works in partnership with urban district leaders in NY, L.A., New Orleans, Charlotte and other major cities to deliver professional development programming for district-level and building-level leaders. Read more >>
Gayle E. Hutchinson (M.A. '84)
California State University, Chico celebrated the inauguration of President Gayle E. Hutchinson (M.A. '84) in March. Hutchinson is the 12th president in the University's 130-year history and its first female president. Read more >>
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Lorelei DiSogra (Ed.D. '79), Vice President of Nutrition and Health at the United Fresh Produce Association, will be the honoree and featured speaker at the Reception Honoring Women in Produce at her company's 2017 convention. Read more >>
Vanessa Morest (Ph.D. ’02)
Westchester Community College has appointed Vanessa Morest (Ph.D. ’02) as its provost and vice president for academic affairs. Read more >>
Bradford Manning (M.A. '10)
Bradford Manning (M.A. '10), left, and his brother, Bryan, started a clothing line, Two Blind Brothers, with a mission to cure blindness. The company specializes in producing super-soft shirts and all sale proceeds fund life-changing research on blindness. The brothers appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres Show to discuss their mission. Watch the video >>