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Mildred Garcia (EdD '87), the first Latina president in the CSU system, has been appointed President of California State University, Fullerton, effective June 1. She also sits on President Obama's Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence of Hispanic Americans where she advises the president and the education secretary on matters pertaining to the educational attainment of Hispanic students. Read more on this outstanding alumna here.

TC Alumni Connection
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Mike Johanek (EdD '95) and Kate Rousmaniere (PhD '92) met in San Luis Potosí, México, for the International Standing Conference for the History of Education (ISCHE) and found the common connection - both were graduates of the history and education program. Rousmaniere, Professor and Chair of the Department of Educational Leadership at Miami University, Ohio, is the current president of ISCHE, and Johanek, a Senior Fellow at the Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania, presented at the conference. Johanek also directs the Mid-Career Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership and co-directs the Inter-American Educational Leadership Network.

CIE/IED Alumni Survey
Did you graduate from the International and Comparative Education Programs at Teachers College? If so, the program is interested in hearing about what you've been up to since you graduated! We ask that you kindly take the time to fill out a brief (3-5 min) survey to share your story. If you are interested and available, we would also love to feature you in upcoming alumni publications. Your collaboration is greatly appreciated!
Click here to take the survey.

 

Teachers College News

Life before Coach

The Director of TC's Coaching Certification Program Terrence Maltbia notes a consistent growth in demand since 2007 for life coaches on the younger side. More from Maltbia in the New York Times article: Should a Life Coach have a Life First?

Life Saver
On the ABC network's website, John Young (EdD '09), a doctoral student who received a kidney from Professor Celia Oyler, who barely knew him, stresses the need for live organ donations. For more on this incredible gift, click here.


Virtual Events
Were you interested in an event but unable to attend? If so, or if you want to be part of the audience again, you can watch much of our programs online. Simply visit our Youtube channel (TeachersCollegeCUNYC). Click here to see what you've been missing.

Support TC


Being TC
Teachers College provides solutions to the world's most challenging questions and we are leaders in effecting change. As a valued member of the TC community, you know the far-reaching impact our work has on our faculty, students and the world at large. Our continued success is dependent on you. Your support of The TC Fund enables us to continue providing the resources we need to develop accomplished scholars, educators, and leaders in years to come.

Please act now and make a gift online at www.tc.edu/givetotc or call 212-678-4067. Every gift counts!


Share Your Scholarship Story
We are interested in hearing about what scholarship(s) you received, and what those scholarships meant to you. Your story will be shared with our Donor Relations team who may incorporate it into our scholarship communications on the Web and in print. This will help us promote scholarships and scholarship giving at TC. Share your story here.

The Next Step: TC

Continue the Legacy

Alumni play an important part in spreading the word about Teachers College. We encourage you to send the Office of Admission the name and email address of anyone you think might be a good 'fit' for TC. They will reach out to each student you provide information for and will be sure that the student receives important information about the application and admission process at TC. They will send a personalized note to each student letting them know that they were referred by a TC alumnus.

If you would like to recommend a prospective student, please forward his or her first name, last name, and email address to tcinfo@tc.columbia.edu. Write 'Alumni Referral' in the subject line of the e-mail message.

Please feel free to recommend as many individuals as you wish. Together, we can continue the legacy and enroll outstanding students to the College each year.

A Workshop with Grant Wiggins
In this thought-provoking and practical workshop, Grant Wiggins will provide a conceptual framework for understanding what feedback is and isn't, and numerous practical tips on how to seek, receive, use, and give feedback to others. This workshop will build on the participants' working knowledge of differentiated curriculum by focusing the lens on the essential component of formative assessment. Full information is available on the Office of Admission website.

Bookshelf

Alumni Publications
To read about our TC authors, please click on the links below.

Book
The Great Expectations School: A Rookie Year in the New Blackboard Jungle by Dan Brown (MA '08). Brown now teaches high school English in Washington.

Book

Pedagogical and Andragogical Teaching and Learning with Information Communication Technologies by Judith Parker (EdD '93), et al. Parker is currently an adjunct assistant professor of Adult Learning & Leadership at TC.


Book

Immigration: The Ultimate Teen Guide (It Happened To Me) by Tatyana Kleyn (EdD '07). Russian-born Kleyn is currently an Assistant Professor at The City College of New York and an associate at the Research Institute for the Study of Language in Urban Society.


Are you an alumnus or alumna with published works?
Send information on your work to tcalumni@tc.edu, subject: Alumni Publications. we can feature you on our bookshelf section.


Gottesman Library

If you are interested in learning about events hosted by the Gottesman Library please visit http://library.tc.columbia.edu/.

Department Links

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Arts & Humanities

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Biobehavioral Sciences
You can also join the conversation on Twitter @BiobehavioralTC.

Counseling & Clinical Psychology
The Annual Winter Roundtable takes place February 24-25. RSVP Today.

Curriculum & Teaching
Visit the site for alumni, faculty and student news.

Education Policy & Social Analysis

Click here for the first Epsa-logue, the department's first newsletter.

Health & Behavior Studies
Visit the site for alumni, faculty and student news.

Human Development

Click here to read the most recent edition of HUDN, the department's newsletter.

International & Transcultural Studies
ITS is also accepting nominations for the Harold J. Noah Award. Click here for more. Are you a CIES alumnus/a? Fill out the CIES alumni survey here.

Mathematics, Science & Technology
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Organization & Leadership
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Other Concentrations
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February Alumni Newsletter

Will you be our Valentine?
President Susan Fuhrman (PhD '77) and the Office of Alumni Relations cordially invite the entire TC Community (the married, paired and single, alike) to rediscover the art of love at the Valentine's Day Concert & Reception. Come enjoy a feast of the senses on Valentine's Day from 5:30 - 7: 30 p.m. in Milbank Chapel. Hear some of our very best TC love stories paired with a sweet suite performed in concert by our Chamber Music program. Learn from TC faculty Lisa Miller how our brains react when love is in the air. Want to learn how to spice up your love life? Get yourself in the mood with advice from sexpert Dr. Ruth Westheimer (EdD '70). Follow your nose to our reception that will go beyond the traditional fare with rivers of chocolate and flowing champagne. Make memories for a lifetime and see yourself in pictures in our photo booth. Feel the love on this fun night with TC! RSVP Today!

TC Love Stories

Submitted by Dr. R. Steven Schiavo (PhD '70)

I was in the doctoral program in social psychology at TC.  My future wife, Evelyn Fleischman ('69), was studying for her Professional Diploma in Teaching English as a Second Language. She was also employed as a secretary in the social psych department as a way to gain tuition credits. That's how we met. I actually proposed in the social department, and we were married April 1969 in Grace Dodge Hall by Bruce Goldman, the Columbia University rabbi. Our best man was Roland Moses (EdD '69), a doctoral candidate in the counseling program. In 2003 our younger son, Neil, received his MA in Organizational Psychology from TC
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Submitted by Devon Leal Bridgewater (son of TC Sweethearts)
In September 1950, Richard Bridgewater (MA '51) and Lucille Leal (MA '51) were enrolled in the same class. For an "ice-breaker" activity, those students from west of the Mississippi were asked to meet at a specific tree in the yard. Only three people met there, Lucille Leal, Janie Obregon ('69) and Richard Bridgewater. Lucille and Richard began dating and married in August of 1951 (after completion of the SPA program at TC). They moved to Phoenix and taught for 30 years in the Phoenix Union High School District. Now retired, the couple have two children and are strong supporters of TC.

Did you meet your significant other here at TC?
We want to hear your story! Share your story with us - send us an email at tcalumni@tc.edu, subject: TC Sweetheart.

Academic Festival 2012 Update: Fun for All Ages!
Academic Festival, our signature homecoming event, is a day-long celebration of the rich intellectual traditions, past and present, that make TC the nation's leading school of education. Breakout sessions featuring TC faculty and alumni representative of all TC departments will offer interactive opportunities to explore and discuss the intersection of technology and humanity.

In addition to the breakout sessions geared specifically to alumni, the day includes programming for all ages. We encourage you to bring your kids to one of the following sessions: WeBop!; Eating for Energy featuring a cooking demo; or our session featuring College Admissions reps and their advice on applying to college in a digital age. WeBop is an early-childhood (ages 8 mo. to 5 years) jazz education program in which children and their parents/caregivers learn about jazz's improvisation, creative process, instruments, styles and great performers. The classes provide a creative outlet for parents and children to explore jazz as a tool to educate and express themselves together. The Eating for Energy cooking demo is for kids ages 6 and up and adults. The Nutrition program’s Earth Friends center teaches nutrition and food sustainability through student and parent workshops, school fieldtrips, and teacher Professional Development. Pam Koch (EdD '00) will lead a cooking demonstration teaching the lessons of choice, control and positive changes to build healthy eating habits for life. Tom Rock (EdD '02) Executive Director of Enrollment Services will lead a panel of admissions professionals to help prepare your college-bound students for finding the right college and getting in to their school of choice in this digital age.

Mark you calendar for April 21. Stay tuned for more information about Academic Festival 2012.

What's New in Your Program?
Visit the Department News section to link to your department's site where you can learn more about what's happening in your program.

Update Your Information and Stay Connected to TC
Does the new year find you at a new address or job? Please take a moment to update your information or share Class Notes. Keep up with what is happening around campus and with your fellow alumni by following us on Twitter and being a part of the conversation on Facebook and LinkedIn. We post pictures from our events on our Facebook page, so log on and tag yourself.

Forward this newsletter to your fellow TC alumni and help them to stay connected!

Upcoming Alumni Events

February

February 8 - Inaugural Celebration of TC's Department of Education Policy and Social Analysis
The past 10 years have seen remarkable ferment in the area of educational reform, with repercussions for states, local public school districts,and private schools. But where are we heading next? On the one hand, things currently seem to be in a holding pattern, with Congress unable to see its way through either to the reauthorization of the No Child Left Behind Act or uncertainties surrounding the next presidential election. At the same time, this holding pattern coexists with a sense of volatility. The loose bipartisan coalition that has steered national education policy along a fairly steady course through Republican and Democratic administrations alike may be unraveling. Our panelists, Christopher T. Cross, Jack Jennings and Wendy D. Puriefoy, will look beyond the 2012 election and explore the prospects of national education reform under various scenarios. Jeff Henig, EPSA Department Chair and Professor of Political Science and Education, will moderate the discussion.
Location: Everett Lounge, Teachers College
Time: 5:00 p.m. Reception; 6:00 p.m. Panel Discussion
For more information or to RSVP, please visit www.tc.edu/events/10377 or email tcinvite@tc.columbia.edu. More information on TC's New Department of Education Policy and Social Analysis here.

February 9 - Is Religion Good for Your Health?
Health, Behavior, and Society Colloquium Series seeks to bring together faculty and students from across Teachers College and other units of Columbia University whose research interests include the biological, behavioral, and social basis of healthy human development and health-related educational, behavioral, and social intervention. Richard Sloan, Ph.D., is the Nathaniel Wharton Professor of Behavioral Medicine at Columbia University and Chief of the Division of Behavioral Medicine at New York State Psychiatric Institute and will delve into the question: Is Religion Good for Your Health?
Hosted By: Office of the Provost of Teachers College and Gottesman Libraries
Location: 305 Russell Hall, Gottesman Libraries, Teachers College
Time: Noon - 1:30 p.m.
For more information or to RSVP visit www.tc.edu/rsvp/10420.

February 10 - Applied Linguistics and Language Education (APPLE) Lecture
The TESOL and Applied Linguistics Program in the Department of Arts & Humanities proudly presents the annual Applied Linguistics and Language Education (APPLE) Lecture for 2012. The APPLE Lecture offers an opportunity for TC community members interested in issues in language pedagogy to come together and discuss current trends with renowned researchers in the field. This year, they are pleased to announce Professor Leo van Lier, from the Monterey Institute of International Studies, will be speaking. Reception will follow.
Hosted By: TESOL and Applied Linguistics with support from the Office of Alumni Relations
Location: Cowin Center
Time: 4:30 p.m.
Save the Date. More information to follow or contact tesolal@tc.columbia.edu.

February 10 - Adolescent Art Exhibition Reception
Join students, alumni, faculty, artists and the Arts & Humanities department for a reception to network and showcase the artwork.
Hosted By: Arts & Humanities Department
Location: Macy Gallery, Room 444
Time: 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Sweethearts

                        February 14 - Valentine's Day Concert & Reception
President Susan Fuhrman and the Office of Alumni Relations cordially invite the entire TC Community (the married, paired and single, alike) to rediscover the art of love at the Valentine's Day Concert & Reception. Come enjoy a feast of the senses on Valentine's Day in Milbank Chapel. Hear some of our very best TC love stories paired with a sweet suite performed in concert by our Chamber Music program. Learn from TC faculty Lisa Miller how our brains react when love is in the air. Want to learn how to spice up your love life? Get yourself in the mood with advice from sexpert Dr. Ruth Westheimer (EdD '70). Follow your nose to our reception that will go beyond the traditional fare with rivers of chocolate and flowing champagne. Make memories for a lifetime and see yourself in pictures in our photo booth. Feel the love on this fun night with TC! For those of you who met your sweetheart at TC, we want to hear your story. Email us at tcalumni@tc.edu Subject: TC Sweetheart. All attendees with a story will be recognized and your story may be featured during the event.
Hosted By: TC Office of Alumni Relations
Location: Milbank Chapel, Teachers College
Time: 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
For more information or to RSVP, please visit www.tc.edu/calendar.htm?EventID=9844&date=/.
Join the dialogue on Twitter: #TCSweethearts

Downtown houston at nightFebruary 17 - Houston Area Alumni Reception in Conjunction with AASA
Join fellow Houston area alumni, in addition to Education Leadership alumni, for this networking event featuring TC Faculty: Brian Perkins, Director of the Urban Leadership Education ED program.Networking Reception in conjunction with America Association of School Administrators (AASA) National Annual Conference.
Hosted By: TC Office of Alumni Relations
Location: Room 346AB, Hilton America’s Hotel Houston, 1600 Lamar Street, Houston, TX 77010
Time: 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
For more information or to RSVP, please visit www.tc.edu/calendar.htm?EventID=10360&date=/.

February 24-25 - Winter Roundtable -"Beyond Borders: Transforming Lives Through Traditions and Innovations"
The Winter Roundtable is the longest running continuing professional education program in the United States devoted solely to cultural issues in psychology and education. The Winter Roundtable will continue its tradition of bringing together scholars, practitioners, researchers, social change agents and students interested in the intersections between race, ethnicity, social class, gender, sexual orientation, and religious affiliation in psychology and education. This year's theme, "Beyond Borders: Transforming Lives Through Traditions and Innovations", underscores the Roundtable's commitment to recognizing the multiple and complex effects of culture and social location in psychological and educational matters.
Location: Teachers College
For more information or to RSVP, please visit www.tc.edu/roundtable.

February 29 - TC Alumni Networking Night
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                        Join us for an opportunity to interact with both alumni and students during an evening of networking. Alumni will begin the evening interacting with fellow alumni and, after an hour devoted to peer-to-peer networking, students will have the opportunity to join the conversation for the second hour. Alumni representatives from across all TC departments will be available to share their experiences and tips.
Hosted By: TCCS and Alumni Relations
Time:
6:30 - 9:30 p.m. Alumni-to-alumni networking at 6:30 p.m.; student-to-alumni networking at 7:30 p.m.
Location: Teachers College
For more information or to RSVP, please visit www.tc.edu/calendar.htm?EventID=9846&date=/.
Join the dialogue on Twitter: #TCNetwork

March

March 2 - New York Alumni Reception in conjunction with the National Art Education Association (NAEA) Conference
Join fellow New York area alumni, in addition to Art and Art Education alumni, for this networking event. Networking Reception in conjunction with National Art Education Association (NAEA) Conference.
Hosted By: TC Art and Art Education and Office of Alumni Relations
Time:
TBD
Location: Macy Art Gallery, Fourth Floor, Macy Hall Room 444
Save the Date. More information to follow. RSVP here.

March 7 - Education Career Fair
career road sign
Join us as students, recent graduates, and experienced practitioners to network during this one-day event. This event is designed to facilitate recruitment in the areas of Educational Technology, Educational Publishing, For-Profit, Higher Education, International Education Development, Museum Education, Not-For-Profit, and PreK-12 Educators.
Hosted By: TC Career Services
Time: 2:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Location: Alfred Lerner Hall, Columbia University
Employer Registration Now Open here. Alumni and student registration, click here to register. For more information please contact Naomi Naiztat at (212) 678-3203 or naiztat@tc.edu.

March 22 - Sachs Lecture
The Sachs Lecture Series was established in 1924 with the purpose of making it possible to bring distinguished visiting lecturers to campus. This year, Professor Pam Grossman, Professor of Education at Stanford University, will address The Future of Teacher Education.
Location: Teachers College
Save the Date. More information to follow. RSVP here.

March 23 - Annual Special Education Conference: When Worlds Collide 2012
Puerto rico   The annual Conference sponsored by the Center for Opportunities and Outcomes for People with Disabilities of the Health and Behavior Studies Department at Teachers College will be held on Friday, March 23, 2012 from 9:30-3:30 in the Cowin Center. This year’s theme continues to focus on: When Worlds Collide: Ongoing Challenges of Special Education in 2012. It fosters dialogue between professionals and students on contemporary issues in special education. The Conference also features the Leonard and Frances Blackman Lecture and this year’s speaker is Dr. Catherine Lord. She is a clinical psychologist and a leading expert on autism. She is best known for developing diagnostic standards for autism and new ways of teaching social and language skills. She is the newly appointed Director of the Institute for Brain Development which will be located on the Westchester campus of New York--Presbyterian Hospital and will be staffed by faculty physicians from both Columbia and Cornell. There is no charge to attend any of the Conference events, but *registration is required*.
Hosted By: Opportunities and Outcomes for People with Disabilities of the Health and Behavior Studies Department
Time: 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Location: Cowin Center
More information to follow or call the O&O Center at 212:678-3076.

March 26 - Tisch Lecture
Teachers College is honored to present Helen Clark, the 37th Prime Minister of New Zealand and current Administrator of the UN Development Program, as this year's Distinguished Tisch Lecturer. Ms. Clark will speak on Education as a Driver of Economic and Social Development.
Location: Teachers College
Save the Date. More information to follow. RSVP here.


March 30: Children's Artwork from the Rita Gold Early Childhood Center Exhibit and Reception
Join students, alumni, faculty, artists and the Arts & Humanities department for a reception to network and showcase the artwork.
Hosted By: Arts & Humanities Department
Location: Macy Gallery, Room 444
Time: 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

April

April 5 - International Week Student & Alumni Wine & Cheese Reception
April 21 - Academic Festival: Rewiring the Learning Landscape
April 24 - San Juan, Puerto Rico, Alumni Reception in Conjunction with CIES

May

May 23 - TC in DC "Making a Difference: The Nuts and Bolts of Social Entrepreneurship"

July

July 26-28 - Superintendents and Aspiring Superintendents Work Conference

For additional information on Alumni Events and Programs, visit www.tc.edu/alumni/ or email tcalumni@tc.edu.

For a full calendar of events happening on TC's campus, visit http://www.tc.edu/calendar/.

**Event times and locations are subject to change. Please check the website prior to the event for the most up-to-date information.

TCCS Career Corner

TCCS Events
Use TCCS Link through myTC Portal to RSVP for the events below, access online job postings, alumni mentors, online resources and more. Forgot your password? Simply visit http://uni.columbia.edu/, click on "Forgot Password" and follow the prompts. All workshop information is listed in the 'Career Fairs and Events' section of TCCS LINK.

WORKSHOPS
All workshop information is listed in the 'Career Fairs and Events' section of TCCS LINK.
February 6 - Resume/Cover Letter Writing, 3:00-4:30 p.m., 152 Horace Mann
February 7 - Job Search/Networking & Social Media, 1:00-2:30 p.m., 152 Horace Mann
February 8 - General Interviewing, 5:30-7:00 p.m., 424 Horace Mann
February 9 - Salary Negotiation, 3:00-4:30 p.m., 424 Horace Mann
February 10 - Career Fair Preparation, 12:00-1:00 p.m., 152 Horace Mann
February 14 - Career Fair Preparation, 4:00-5:00 p.m., 179 Grace Dodge

INFORMATION SESSIONS FOR EDUCATORS
February 7 - Kipp Foundation, 4:00-5:00 p.m., Horace Mann 138
February 8 - Disney English, 4:00-5:00 p.m., Horace Mann 138
February 15 - Scholastic, 4:00-5:00 p.m., Horace Mann 138
February 15 - Sesame Workshop, 5:30-6:30 p.m., TBD
February 21 - Touchstone Education, 4:00-5:00 p.m., Horace Mann 148
February 22 - Benchmark Education, 4:00-5:00 p.m., Horace Mann 144
February 22 - Making Waves Academy, 5:15-6:15 p.m., TBD
February 28 - Explore Schools, 4:00-5:00 p.m., Horace Mann 138

OPEN HOUSES AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
February 8 & 9 - Harlem Village Academies (HVA) Open House, 4:45 - 6:00 p.m., 413 East 120th Street, 4th Floor (Feb 8 - HVA Middle School; Feb 9 - HVA High School) Optional classroom observations starting at 3:00 pm. Register here.

CAREER FAIRS
February 17 - Leadership, Change and Sustainability (Formally known as HROD), 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., The New School
February 24 - 2012 Spring Career Fair, 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Alfred Lerner Hall Auditorium, Columbia University

March 7, 2012 - Education Career Fair
career road sign        Join us as students, recent graduates, and experienced practitioners to network during this one-day event. This event is designed to facilitate recruitment in the areas of Educational Technology, Educational Publishing, For-Profit, Higher Education, International Education Development, Museum Education, Not-For-Profit, and PreK-12 Educators. To register, click here.

Employers:
Are looking to hire students, recent graduates, and experienced practitioners in the areas listed above? Attend this one-day event! Registration is now open.
Hosted By: TC Career Services
Time: 2:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Location: Alfred Lerner Hall, Columbia University
For more information please contact Naomi Naiztat at (212) 678-3203 or naiztat@tc.edu.

OTHER EVENTS
February 24 - All-Ivy Environmental and Sustainable Development Career Fair, 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., Low Memorial Library, Columbia University
February 28 - Columbia Networking Nights: Careers in Risk and Volatility, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m., Columbia University Club of New York
February 29, 2012 - TC Alumni Networking Night, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. Alumni-to-alumni networking at 6:30 p.m.; student-to-alumni networking at 7:30 p.m., Teachers College

Alumni Mentor Spotlight: David Braslow
David Braslow is and Instructor at Manhattan GMAT teaching students planning to take the GMAT. Interested in more information on the program? Click here. Interested in becoming an Alumni Mentor? Click here.

Recruit TC
Is your organization seeking talented professionals? Contact TCCS to discuss recruiting efforts. Please contact Vicki Gochenour, Assistant Director of Employer Relations at 212-678-3202 or via email at gochenour@tc.edu.

Spring 2012 Columbia Alumni Volunteer Opportunities
Mark your calendars for opportunities to volunteer and share your expertise, your experience and time for upcoming career events. For more information on the events below or to RSVP, please click here
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February 8 & 13 - Mock Interview Nights
March 12-16 - Columbia Externship Program
March 21 - Networking at Media Networking Night
March 28 & April 13 - Professionals in Residence

Champion Columbia students at your Firm!
CU is seeking Columbia alumni who would like to champion the hiring of Columbia students at their respective firms and companies. Visit columbia.edu/hirecolumbians for more information.

IvyLife-Columbia
Networking Breakfasts and Evening Events Each Month
IvyLife-Columbia is a LinkedIn group, which is also part of the parent group, IvyLife. Both groups hold various networking events in NYC as well as around the world. For more information, visit the group on LinkedIn or http://www.ivylife.net. If you have questions, please contact William@caa.columbia.edu.

For further assistance, please contact the TCCS office at careerservices@tc.edu.

Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to contact OASID at oasid@tc.edu, (212) 678-3689, (212) 678-3853 TTY, (212) 678-3854 video phone, as early as possible to request reasonable accommodations, such as ASL interpreters, alternate format materials, and a campus map of accessible features. If you would like to unsubscribe to these emails, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations tcalumni@tc.edu.

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