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Volume III, No. 8 ♦ 3/1998

  • Cooking Good

    The Office of Student Life presented its second annual "Men Who Cook" event, where men from TC proudly dish out samples of their culinary creations. Harry Nevers (Michelle Brown Nevers' husband) served his homemade cole slaw; James Destin (Yvonne Destin's husband) made a big hit with his chicken with cream sauce over pasta; and President Levine served his signature pasta dish.
    Published: 3/9/1998

  • Peter Coleman: From Actor to Graduate Student to Scholar

    Peter T. Coleman started his career as an actor, not an academic. Beginning in 1987, however, he gradually shifted his professional interests from stage and screen to conflict mediation and psychology.
    Published: 3/9/1998

  • Professor Emeritus Wise Dies at 80

    After suffering from a short illness, TC Professor Emeritus of Higher Education W. Max Wise died on February 6 at his home in Paso Robles, California. He was 80.
    Published: 3/9/1998

  • Professor Genishi Recognized by AACTE

    At the 50th anniversary celebration of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), Celia Genishi, Professor of Education in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching, was recognized by the Committee on Multicultural Education as an Advocate for Justice.
    Published: 3/9/1998

  • Professor Nancy Lesko Joins C & T

    Three years ago, Nancy Lesko came to TC while on sabbatical from Indiana University at Bloomington. While teaching in the Sociology of Education program, she became familiar with TC and New York City. Now she is here to stay. She joined the Department of Curriculum and Teaching as an Associate Professor in January.
    Published: 3/9/1998

  • Teachers College is Number One Again in U.S. News 1998 Ranking

    For the third consecutive year, the editors of U.S. News and World Report have ranked Teachers College as the best graduate school of education in the country.
    Published: 3/9/1998

  • The TC Makeover

    One renovation priority at TC is to upgrade the buildings to be as accessible as possible to people with disabilities.
    Published: 3/9/1998

  • Ugandan Dancers at TC

    Young orphans from Uganda performed traditional African songs and dances for local school children at Horace Mann Auditorium on February 13.
    Published: 3/9/1998

  • Up-To-Date Personnel Information on the Web

    Everything you wanted to know about the Office of Personnel Services but were afraid to ask is on the TC website.
    Published: 3/9/1998

  • Vagrant Gaze: A Voice for the Homeless

    Michael Rennick, a doctoral student in the Philosophy and Education program who specializes in Cultural Studies, is intensely interested in computer-mediated communications.
    Published: 3/9/1998