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TC Global Investment Fund 2014-2015 Awardees

OIA is proud to announce the recipients of the 2014-2015 TC Global Investment Fund.

The Teacher's College Global Investment Fund awards faculty at the college who are making an impact with their projects on an international scope. Out of 13 strong proposals this year from full-time faculty and lecturers, 5 awards were given to the following individuals:


Madhabi Chatterji

Addressing Inequalities in Primary Schooling with an Ecologically-Based Comprehensive Education Curriculum for Teachers: A Capacity Building Effort in India


Erica Levy and Andrew Gordon

International Cerebral Palsy Speech Treatment Research


Ellen Meir and Carolyn Riehl

Sustaining Leadership for Change and School Reform in Mexico


Mary Mendenhall, Susan Garnett Russel, and Jaqueline Simmons

Supporting and Researching Teacher Professional Development in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya


Helena Verdeli

Building the Columbia University Teachers College Center of Excellence for Arab Womens' Mental Health in Abu Dhabi


Congratulations to our colleagues for their work!


 

Published Monday, Oct. 6, 2014

TC Global Investment Fund 2014-2015 Awardees

The Teacher's College Global Investment Fund awards faculty at the college who are making an impact with their projects on an international scope. Out of 13 strong proposals this year from full-time faculty and lecturers, 5 awards were given to the following individuals:


Madhabi Chatterji

Addressing Inequalities in Primary Schooling with an Ecologically-Based Comprehensive Education Curriculum for Teachers: A Capacity Building Effort in India


Erica Levy and Andrew Gordon

International Cerebral Palsy Speech Treatment Research


Ellen Meir and Carolyn Riehl

Sustaining Leadership for Change and School Reform in Mexico


Mary Mendenhall, Susan Garnett Russel, and Jaqueline Simmons

Supporting and Researching Teacher Professional Development in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya


Helena Verdeli

Building the Columbia University Teachers College Center of Excellence for Arab Womens' Mental Health in Abu Dhabi


Congratulations to our colleagues for their work!


 

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