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Volume X, No. 7 ♦ 4/2005

  • Easing the Transition

    Easing the Transition

    Community colleges offer hope to many at-risk students and a variety of programs aims to help them get there. A TC study finds that one solution may be to set high expectations and provide academic and practical services to help students achieve those expectations.
    Published: 5/1/2005

  • A Line Up of Champions

    A Line Up of Champions

    This year Teachers College is awarding eight Teachers College Medals for Distinguished Service at two master's degree ceremonies on May 17, and the Cleveland A. Dodge Medal for Distinguished Service to Education at the doctoral ceremony on May 18.
    Published: 4/29/2005

  • Educating Under Fire

    Educating Under Fire

    Lots of teachers say they work in the trenches. Rebecca Winthrop really does.
    Published: 4/29/2005

  • Funhouse Research

    Funhouse Research

    Video is fair game in Teachers College's newest research lab.
    Published: 4/29/2005

  • Here To Serve: Don Martin Starts Fast

    Here To Serve: Don Martin Starts Fast

    Don Martin is making TC a better place for students -- fast.
    Published: 4/29/2005

  • Remembering a Pioneer in Cognitive Studies

    Howard Ernest Gruber, a world renowned psychologist and visiting faculty in TC’s Department of Human Development, died on Jan. 25. He was 82.
    Published: 4/29/2005

  • Strength on the Board

    Strength on the Board

    A look at TC's four new Trustees and what makes them tick.
    Published: 4/29/2005

  • Teach Our Children Well

    Teach Our Children Well

    Commission Co-Chaired By TC's Levine Urges Spending to Improve Teacher Quality.
    Published: 4/29/2005

  • The Mellon Scholars

    The Mellon Scholars

    Dr. Levering Lewis, the Julius Silver University Professor and Professor of History at New York University, gives a lecture titled “W.E.B. Du Bois and the Politics of Education”
    Published: 4/29/2005

  • The Scholarship Luncheon

    The Scholarship Luncheon

    Roozbeh Shirazi, a masters candidate in the International and Transcultural Studies Program and a 2004-2005 Elihu Rose Fellow, speaks at the annual Scholarship Luncheon at the Columbia-Princeton Club on Monday, March 28.
    Published: 4/29/2005