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Volume II, No. 17 ♦ 11/1996

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    TC's Cadets

    The College's master's program for West Point is making its mark on military training
    Published: 10/10/2008

  • $300,000 Grant from Carnegie

    A grant for $300,000 to support the Hechinger Institute on Education and the Media has been awarded to Teachers College by the Carnegie Corporation of New York.
    Published: 11/4/1996

  • 50th Columbia Community Service Campaign Underway

    President Levine has invited all members of the Teachers College community to serve as volunteers for the Columbia Community Service (CCS), Inc., appeal, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Volunteers will be invited to the Campaign Kickoff/50th Anniversary Celebration on Monday, November 11. The celebration will take place in Low Rotunda at Columbia and will run from 3 to 5 p.m.
    Published: 11/4/1996

  • A Hollingworth Halloween

    When ghouls and goblins from the Hollingworth Preschool went in search of treats on Halloween, they were accompanied by teachers from the preschool, who made sure that administrators, staff, and faculty members were not too frightened.
    Published: 11/4/1996

  • A Registrarial Return

    Thomas J. Jennings is returning to Teachers College to head the Office of the Registrar, where he worked from 1967 to 1979. He will take on his new duties as Registrar of the College on Monday, November 18.
    Published: 11/4/1996

  • CUNY Honors Vogeli

    Bruce R. Vogeli, Clifford Brewster Upton Professor of Mathematics, received a distinguished service award from the City University of New York mathematics faculty for "visionary leadership" contributing to "the professional growth and achievement" of many CUNY mathematics faculty.
    Published: 11/4/1996

  • Leaders Attend Teacher Education Forum Sponsored by Rockefeller Brothers Fund

    Colleges of education should give more thought to the kinds of knowledge that aspiring teachers need before they enter classrooms and should forge links with schools to create environments of ongoing professional development for teachers who are already in classrooms.
    Published: 11/4/1996

  • Two Noted Alumni Die

    Two noted alumni--one a major researcher on organizational change and the other a former U.S. ambassador to Luxembourg--have died recently.
    Published: 11/4/1996

  • Two Students from Los Angeles Area First to Receive Klaassen Fellowships

    Two Teachers College students who are both natives of the Los Angeles area are the first recipients of the Elsie Todd Klaassen Fellowships, established to honor the memory of a TC alumna who spent her career teaching children with mental retardation.
    Published: 11/4/1996