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Office of Policy and Research Announces 24 New Fellowships

Twenty-four Teachers College students have been awarded $6,000 each in this year's round of Policy and Research Fellowships, marking a significant expansion from last year's total of nine. The Fellowship program, sponsored by TC's Office of Policy and Research (OPR), was launched in 2005 under the direction of Sharon Lynn Kagan, Associate Dean for Policy Research.

Twenty-four Teachers College students have been awarded $6,000 each in this year's round of Policy and Research Fellowships, marking a significant expansion from last year's total of nine.  The Fellowship program, sponsored by TC's Office of Policy and Research (OPR), was launched in 2005 under the direction of Sharon Lynn Kagan, Associate Dean for Policy Research.

"We are thrilled to award fellowships to a greater number of students this year, all of whom deserve support for their unique research and policy work," said Kagan. "The OPR intends to keep building momentum for research and policy studies at TC, and to offer students an opportunity to contribute to their field of study."

This article appeared on www.tc.columbia.edu/news on June 27th, 2006.

Published Saturday, Jul. 1, 2006

Office of Policy and Research Announces 24 New Fellowships

Twenty-four Teachers College students have been awarded $6,000 each in this year's round of Policy and Research Fellowships, marking a significant expansion from last year's total of nine.  The Fellowship program, sponsored by TC's Office of Policy and Research (OPR), was launched in 2005 under the direction of Sharon Lynn Kagan, Associate Dean for Policy Research.

"We are thrilled to award fellowships to a greater number of students this year, all of whom deserve support for their unique research and policy work," said Kagan. "The OPR intends to keep building momentum for research and policy studies at TC, and to offer students an opportunity to contribute to their field of study."

This article appeared on www.tc.columbia.edu/news on June 27th, 2006.

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