Publications: Annual Report
The Teachers College Annual Report
2000 ♦ 12/2000
minority postdoctoral fellows 2000
One year ago, the kickoff gala for the Campaign for Teachers College celebrated the public phase of the largest capital campaign in history for a graduate school of education--$140 million.
A crowd of faculty, former faculty, former students and other friends and family of Fleischner gathered inside 304 Main Hall, a room that is now one of the most beautifully designed spaces in the College, to share memories and hear from Julie and others who knew the former professor.
Financial Statements fiscal year 2000
Jay Heubert, Associate Professor of Education and Law, and Dorothy Shipps, Assistant Professor of Education, are among the first class of 12 Carnegie Scholars awarded a total of $1.1 million to support innovative scholarship and policy focused research in education, international development, democracy, and international peace and security.
Published: 9/18/2001 6:10:11 PM
In this time of globalization and high-speed communication, learning about other cultures and ways of life has become necessary to successful communication and international relations. Teachers College now has a new link to Chinese education thanks to a new center. The Center on Chinese Education (CoCE) at Teachers College, established in July, is devoted to policy research, training, and dissemination on education in China, as well as to educational exchanges between the United States and China.
Amy Stuart Wells spoke to a packed audience in all three of her lectures as the Julius and Rosa Sachs Lecturer and Visiting Associate Professor of Sociology and Education.
Ray Marks, a doctoral student in the Department of Health and Behavioral Studies was selected as one of three Society for Public Health (SOPHE) Fellows in Unintentional Injury Prevention.
The John Dewey Circle Dinner is an annual "thank you" from the College to its leadership donors to the TC Fund, who contributed $1000 or more to TC's Annual Fund.
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded a grant to support the groundbreaking research of Professors Cally Waite and Margaret Crocco, who will be studying "The Education of Southern African Americans in Northern Research Institutions from Plessy to Brown (1896-1954)."