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TC President Susan Fuhrman has announced Trustees Marla Schaefer (M.A.'03), Leslie Nelson and Bill Rueckert as the new leaders of the College's $300 million campaign, Where the Future Comes First: The Campaign for Teachers College.
As Professor Emeritus at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Teachers College Trustee Ruth L. Gottesman (M.A., 1952; Ed.D., 1968) has seen firsthand the results of good teaching in science and math.
Speaking to an audience of some 600 alumni, faculty, students and friends of TC at the Apollo Theater, TC President Susan Fuhrman put the finishing touches on a yearlong celebration of the College's founding and announced a $300 million fundraising campaign
Alumnus Bobby Susser Wins Independent Music Award
“Action Moves People” is a collection of poems and songs that send “a strong message of self-understanding, self-empowerment and global oneness” and an “acknowledgement that we are all one people, regardless of race, religion, age and lifestyle,” according to the album’s website.
Susser, who received TC’s Distinguished Alumni Award in 2013, has been best known as a children’s songwriter since penning the 1971 anti-drug novelty song, “Once You Understand.” He has recorded 25 albums for children, including fundraisers such as “Bikewell Bear and St. Jude,” an anthem for St. Jude Children’s Hospital.