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Introducing Peer Review

The Office of External Affairs announces the creation of Peer Review an online talk-show hosted by faculty member Renee Cherow-O’Leary.

The Office of External Affairs, is pleased to announce the debut of Peer Review.

An online talk-show in which faculty member Renee Cherow-O'Leary interviews other TC scholars and thinkers about their work.

  • Producer: Diane Dobry, Director of Communications
  • Audio/Visual: Angelo Miranda, Video Services Coordinator, and David Boxer, Associate Web Editor
  • Editorial Director: David Boxer, Associate Web Editor

The show's first interview features V.P. Franklin, Professor of History and Education at Teachers College, discussing his new book, Cultural Capital and Black Education, the story of how African-American communities provided financial and other material resources for their own schools.

Watch the online talk-show: Peer Review with Madhabi Chatterji, Associate Professor of Measurement- Evaluation & Education [Quicktime Required]

Watch the online talk-show: Peer Review with Tom Bailey, George & Abby O'Neil Professor of Economics and Education [Quicktime Required]

Watch the online talk-show: Peer Review with V.P. Franklin, Professor of History and Education [Quicktime Required]

Read the article: Them That's Got Shall Get

Published Friday, Apr. 1, 2005

Introducing Peer Review

The Office of External Affairs, is pleased to announce the debut of Peer Review.

An online talk-show in which faculty member Renee Cherow-O'Leary interviews other TC scholars and thinkers about their work.

  • Producer: Diane Dobry, Director of Communications
  • Audio/Visual: Angelo Miranda, Video Services Coordinator, and David Boxer, Associate Web Editor
  • Editorial Director: David Boxer, Associate Web Editor

The show's first interview features V.P. Franklin, Professor of History and Education at Teachers College, discussing his new book, Cultural Capital and Black Education, the story of how African-American communities provided financial and other material resources for their own schools.

Watch the online talk-show: Peer Review with Madhabi Chatterji, Associate Professor of Measurement- Evaluation & Education [Quicktime Required]

Watch the online talk-show: Peer Review with Tom Bailey, George & Abby O'Neil Professor of Economics and Education [Quicktime Required]

Watch the online talk-show: Peer Review with V.P. Franklin, Professor of History and Education [Quicktime Required]

Read the article: Them That's Got Shall Get

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