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TC's Director of Enrollment Services reflects on a higher ed delegation's recent visit to Beijing and Shanghai.
Professor Emeritus Frances Schoonmaker is teaming up with a former student, Hareem Atif Khan, on a project in Pakistan aimed at improving teacher preparation.
A delegation from the tiny city state discusses its educational success
TC Professor Mun Tsang is leading the fight to fund schooling for China's rural poor and through his Center for Chinese Education is helping drive faculty research and outreach projects in the Asian nation.
In building a unified school system, Prime Minister Nahas Angula, a TC alumnus, has helped lead his country out of the apartheid era.
Study Surprisingly Finds 47% of Israeli-Jews Believe that the 1948 Palestinian Refugees were Expelled by Israel
A TC doctoral student's new study reveals a more critical view of the 'Zionist narrative' of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
The College will help Bahçeşehir University develop a school of education and create a center for education and economic development.
Morton Deutsch, TC's legendary Professor Emeritus, co-edited a classic in the field, The Handbook of Conflict Resolution: Theory and Practice. Now, thanks to a TC doctoral student and her mentor, negotiators in the Middle East will have the handbook in Arabic to guide them in their efforts.
Published: 12/8/2008 1:50:00 PM
President Susan Fuhrman has signed a letter of intent to work with the Caribbean country in its efforts to revamp its educational system.
Just how does one understand a painting by a Pakistani artist that is titled, "What is So Pakistani About this Painting"? Such preoccupations with identity were typical of the artists, musicians and educators who gathered at TC on Halloween weekend for South Asian Imaginaries, a two-day, for-credit symposium on contemporary art in Pakistan, India and other countries in the region that increasingly are commanding attention on the world's artistic stage.