TC Media Center from the Office of External Affairs

Section Navigation

Publications: Inside

The source for news and events at Teachers College, Columbia University

Volume VII, No. 1 ♦ 9/2001

  • Professor George C. Bond: The New William F. Russell Professor in the Foundations of Education

    When President Levine announced to the full faculty that George C. Bond, Professor of Anthropology and Education, was awarded the William F. Russell Professorship in the Foundations of Education, Bond seemed almost distracted by the honor.
    Published: 9/1/2001

  • Darlyne Bailey Named Dean and Vice President for Academic Affairs

    Arthur Levine, President of Teachers College, Columbia University, announced the appointment of Darlyne Bailey, the Dean of the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University as the new Dean and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Teachers College.
    Published: 6/19/2001

  • Communicating with Infants and Toddlers through Music

    Once a week, Custodero and her students meet with two separate age groups of children, infants and toddlers. In this setting, research intersects with practice as students and faculty members work directly with the children, watch them from the observation room and videotape the class for future study.
    Published: 9/1/2001

  • Young Women Are Not Adhering to Osteoporosis Prevention Programs

    In the first cross-sectional study of 321 women to assess osteoporosis knowledge, beliefs, and preventative behaviors-86 percent of the survey participants had heard of osteoporosis, but only 3 percent of the respondents reported getting both adequate exercise and the recommended calcium intake.
    Published: 1/1/2002

  • Calkins on The Mayor's Library Project

    "When Mayor Giuliani announced a raft of education proposals in his final state-of-the-city speech in January, one in particular seemed to assure him a solid legacy: the creation of small libraries in each of the city's 21,000 elementary and middle school classrooms," The New York Times reported recently. Work already in progress at Professor Lucy Calkins' Reading and Writing Project would become an integral part of the resulting project, now generally known as "The Mayor's Classroom Library Project."
    Published: 9/1/2001

  • Constance Bond: Teacher Salaries Affect Student Outcomes

    Constance K. Bond who received her Ph.D. in Politics and Education in May 2001, has written a controversial dissertation, "Do Teacher Salaries Matter?" which says, in effect, money does matter and one way to spend educational dollars effectively is to significantly increase teacher salaries.
    Published: 9/1/2001

  • Our New Interim Dean: Ruth Vinz

    Recently President Arthur Levine announced that Ruth Vinz has accepted his invitation to serve the TC community as Interim Dean for the fall semester.
    Published: 9/1/2001

  • New Members of TC Board of Trustees: Gillian Toledo and Arthur Zankel

    Two new members join the Teachers College Trustees. Gillian Toledo, a third grade teacher in Seattle, and Arthur Zankel, General Partner of High Rise Partners, LP, were elected at a recent Board meeting.
    Published: 9/1/2001

  • McClintock Named to Weinberg Chair

    In the last faculty meeting of the 2000-2001 academic year, President Arthur Levine honored Robert O. McClintock, Professor of History and Education, with the John L. and Sue Ann Weinberg Chair in Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Education.
    Published: 9/1/2001

  • Technology Summit Explores Computing's Role in Education

    summary of technology summit at TC
    Published: 9/1/2001

  • Ignacy Goldberg, Internationally Known Expert on Disabilities, Dies at 85

    Ignacy Goldberg, Professor Emeritus of Education, one of the foremost educators in the United States and across the world in the field of special education, died June 2, 2001, in Hollywood, Florida. He was 85 years old.
    Published: 9/1/2001

  • TC Welcomes New Members to the Faculty

    new faculty 2001
    Published: 9/1/2001

  • Faculty Briefs

    Briefs on faculty achievements.
    Published: 9/1/2001