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Dean Darlyne Bailey Profiled in Education Update

Darlyne Bailey, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Teachers College, was profiled in a recent edition of Education Update.

Dean Darlyne Bailey Profiled in Education Update

Darlyne Bailey, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Teachers College, was profiled in a recent edition of Education Update. Eight and a half months ago Dean Bailey arrived on campus as the first African-American woman to be a dean at Teachers College. Prior to coming to New York Dean Bailey was Dean and Professor at the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Dean Bailey is eager to build connections between Teachers College, the surrounding neighborhood, Columbia University, and New York City as a whole. She has met with New York City's new schools chancellor, Joel Klein, to discuss how Teachers College can serve as a resource for the Department of Education. Dean Bailey has also dedicated herself to serving the Teachers College community and listening to different voices within the community.

"I really take this job as a service, with the idea of leadership in service," Dean Bailey said. "I see the faculty, students, staff, emeriti faculty, alumni board and community as stakeholders here, with a vested interested in our presence. I believe that my job is to make sure the work of the college endures. It's like the Native American philosophy, that says we're building for seven generations to come."

 

The article, entitled "Teachers College Dean Plans Higher Profile for Institution" appeared in the October edition of Education Update .

Published Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2002

Dean Darlyne Bailey Profiled in Education Update

Dean Darlyne Bailey Profiled in Education Update

Darlyne Bailey, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Teachers College, was profiled in a recent edition of Education Update. Eight and a half months ago Dean Bailey arrived on campus as the first African-American woman to be a dean at Teachers College. Prior to coming to New York Dean Bailey was Dean and Professor at the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Dean Bailey is eager to build connections between Teachers College, the surrounding neighborhood, Columbia University, and New York City as a whole. She has met with New York City's new schools chancellor, Joel Klein, to discuss how Teachers College can serve as a resource for the Department of Education. Dean Bailey has also dedicated herself to serving the Teachers College community and listening to different voices within the community.

"I really take this job as a service, with the idea of leadership in service," Dean Bailey said. "I see the faculty, students, staff, emeriti faculty, alumni board and community as stakeholders here, with a vested interested in our presence. I believe that my job is to make sure the work of the college endures. It's like the Native American philosophy, that says we're building for seven generations to come."

 

The article, entitled "Teachers College Dean Plans Higher Profile for Institution" appeared in the October edition of Education Update .

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