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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
TC's Lisa Miller, Associate Professor of Psychology and Education, has been elected to serve on the American Psychological Association's Council of Representatives, the organization's governing body.
They call it the Big Apple, but in some parts of town, finding fresh produce is a tough row to hoe. A new documentary, produced by TC Board Vice Chair Laurie Tisch, highlights a solution
A bibliophile and historian who also anticipated the digital revolution.
Christina Montville, Associate Director of Residential Services, was the TC team leader and organizer for the event. Steve Silverman, Professor of Education and Chair of the Department of Biobehavioral Sciences, and Dewayne White, Director of Campus Services, started the TC team and have walked every year since.
In both her art and philanthropic work, Pamela Ader focuses on the power of nature -- including the human will
Andrew Gordon, Professor of Movement Sciences and Director of TC's Center for Cerebral Palsy Research, has been elected an Active Fellow in the National Academy of Kinesiology (NAK).