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Teachers College alumnus and former faculty member Carroll F. Johnson, who presided over integration of the White Plains, New York, school district -- the first U.S. school system to voluntarily institute a racial desegregation plan, and subsequently a model for school integration efforts nationwide -- has passed away at the age of 99.
Read the New York Times obituary on Carroll Johnson
Lisa Miller, Associate Professor of Education, has been honored for her humanitarian and peace-building efforts by the Association for Trauma Outreach and Prevention (ATOP)/ Meaningful World.
TC Clinical Supervisor Traci Stein Added to Health Journeys Medical Publisher Lineup of Contributors
Stein is a clinical supervisor for TC's Clinical Psychology Program specializing in integrative and a mind-body orientation to therapy
A steady champion for black schools, he came to national prominence as a skilled manager and who could work across lines
Thomas Kennedy was a husband and father who had previously served two tours in Iraq
TC alumnus Bryan Jackson receives one of Chicago's highest honors
Organic lunch and conversation with TC Professor Emerita Joan Dye Gussow (Ed.D. -'75, M.Ed. '74, Nutrition Education) and heirloom seed expert Amy Goldman (MA '78, Developmental Psychology; and Ph. D., '84, Clinical Psychology, Oklahoma State University). Take a walk in Joan's garden, too.
TC Professor Emeritus Ernst Rothkopf, who passed away last week, was a pioneer in applying technology to learning. Two years ago, TC student Michael Swart sat down with him for a look back at a long and fascinating career.
Fencer Maya Lawrence is competing at the Olympic Games in London
Jazzman Bert Konowitz, who retired from TC last winter after 50 years of part-time teaching, has fashioned a career and a life from the power of improvisation
Guillermo Linares (Ed.D., '05) is leading the fight to make undocumented immigrant students eligible for state financial aid