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Volume VI, No. 3 ♦ 11/2000

  • Minority Postdoctoral Fellows Join the Ranks

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    Published: 1/1/2001

  • America: On the Net Discusses the Future of the Internet

    The Internet Policy Institute (IPI) wants to know how you think the Internet should be governed, and they came to Columbia University earlier fall this to find out.
    Published: 11/1/2000

  • Faculty Technology Lunch

    TC community members received more than a free lunch when they showed up at the Faculty Technology Luncheon on October 25th. Between bites, they learned about several exciting new technological developments happening in Milbank Library.
    Published: 11/1/2000

  • First Annual Organizational Psychology Career Fair

    About 125 TC graduate students attended the first annual Organizational Psychology Career Fair, sponsored by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the Department of Organization & Leadership, and Career Services, was held October 6 in the TC Cafeteria. Ten companies came to speak with Organizational Psychology graduate students about full-time and internship positions available in Change Management, Human Resource Management, Organizational Development, Training & Development, and related areas. These companies included Andersen Consulting, Arthur Andersen, Deloitte Consulting, Cigna Corporation, Goldman Sachs, Maximum Management, Pfizer Inc., PriceWaterhouse Coopers, Stromberg Consulting, and Towers Perrin.
    Published: 11/1/2000

  • Grace Dodge Renovations

    A worker begins the final renovations on the Grace Dodge building.
    Published: 11/1/2000

  • Marianne Tramelli: 'I Want to Put Career Services on the Map'

    Marianne Tramelli has only been at TC since August, but the new Director of Career Services has plans to make the Office "one of the first places that students go to and alums go back to when they need help in their careers. I want to put Career Services on the map."
    Published: 11/1/2000

  • Race, Culture and Diversity Community Lunch with Ernest Washington

    The Dean's office invited the TC community to talk about race, culture and diversity over lunch with Dr. Ernst Washington, Professor of the School of Education, University of Massachusetts, Amherst in mid October.
    Published: 11/1/2000

  • Scholarships Help TC to Enroll the 'Best and Brightest'

    Like many others considering education careers, Dawn Hering, Uzma Shah and Darrell Hucks asked themselves before applying to graduate schools of education, "How am I going to pay for this?"
    Published: 11/1/2000

  • Teachers College Awarded $178,000 from Kellogg Foundation for

    The W.K. Kellogg Foundation has awarded a two-year grant to Teachers College for the "Developmental Visit Training and Dissemination Project."
    Published: 11/1/2000

  • The Children Are Watching: How the Media Teach About Diversity

    Can movies, television shows and newspapers be considered textbooks? Author and media expert Carlos Cort├ęs from the University of California, Riverside said, "The Media teach because their products-programs, papers and magazines-serve as textbooks on democracy."
    Published: 11/1/2000

  • The Magic Bagpipes at Milbank Library

    Dressed in traditional Scottish garb, Boyd Moore, Associate Director of Facilities, demonstrated his skill at playing the bagpipes to a class of 6-8 year olds from the Grant School in the Milbank Library.
    Published: 11/1/2000

  • Watch Spiders Fly at the Pumpkin Playground

    Where can kids march to their own drumbeats while exploring a variety of instruments? At the second annual Pumpkin Playground for Young Music Makers that took place on the afternoon of October 24 with Lori Custodero, Assistant Professor of Music and Music Education and her students.
    Published: 11/1/2000