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As a school leader in the Mississippi Delta, Chloe Kannan has learned to base her decisions on what helps students
Michael Cormack used his SPA training to turn around a school with one of the worst health records in the country. Now he's encouraging his best teachers to seek leadership roles in the region as well
125th Anniversary Symposium: Celebrating Leadership for Tomorrow, with Kristine Roome, Tom James & Ellie Drago-Severson, Monday at 4 pm in 306 Russell Hall.
Starting now, students, faculty and staff will have expanded purchasing capabilities with their TC ID Card, known as the University Card.
TC Cares Launches Holiday Toy, Book and Coat Drives
In Sandy's Aftermath, TC Partners with Kingsborough Community College to Help Students Stay on Course
In the wake of an epic storm, KCC President and TC alumna Regina Peruggi has faced her toughest days on the job. One bright spot: TC is recruiting qualified members of its community to provide tutoring help to KCC students who have lost time in class.
Professor Emeritus Seymour Rigrodsky, who chaired what is now TC's program in Speech-Language Pathology, passed away earlier this year at the age of 82.
In her 2012 State of the College address, President Susan Fuhrman calls for TC to honor its past while transforming the future
This year's recipients of TC's Elaine Brantley Memorial Award for Community and Civility are Evelyn Cardona, Administrative Assistant in the College's Office of School and Community Partnerships;Thomas Rock, Executive Director of Enrollment Services; and Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz, Assistant Professor of English Education.