The source for news and events at Teachers College, Columbia University
Volume XIV, No. 5 ♦ 4/2009
Dear Members of the Teachers College Community:
I want to share with you my thoughts about Teachers College and its future given the significant economic upheaval facing our country. Like all academic institutions, TC has been affected by the economy, and we are taking appropriate steps to respond. Through careful planning, we intend to move our agenda forward and advance our mission in the months and years ahead.
TC Students campaign to make TC more eco-friendly
TC staff get tips from Reading & Writing Project
The Power of Teachers College
Professor John Baldacchino discusses the 'radical philosophies' of a legendary TC scholar
Teachers College held the 3rd Annual Radical Philosophies in Education Seminar: Maxine Greene over the course of two weekends in February and closed with a seminar lecture by Maxine Greene on March 3. The seminar was taught by John Baldacchino, TC's Associate Professor of Art Education and Honorary Professor, Gray's School of Art at Scotland's The Robert Gordon University.
Teenagers share thoughts on the artistic life with TC students and the singer's singer, Tony Bennett
Jill Hill argues that the ubiquitous MMPI-2 test misses the mark when it comes to American Indians
American Cancer Society awards TC's Charles Basch and Randi Wolf a $2.1-million grant to study colorectal screening
Serving the College any way he can
The Apple service that makes university content available online is a storehouse of information
Embracing the Green Revolution at TC
Oprah Winfrey received the 2009 Klingenstein Leadership Award from The Klingenstein Center for Independent School Leadership, at Teachers College, Columbia University. Winfrey, a global media leader and international philanthropist, was honored for her commitment to improving lives through education.
Or Unanswered Prayers?
And making the case
Upcoming events at Teachers College, Columbia University
An Academic Festival for TC Alumni and Friends
Patrick Sprinkle may be living in New York City, but through his political action committee, he's already at work on improving northeast Ohio