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"Hard Questions in a Spinning World"

TC celebrates the launch of the Maxine Greene Society
On April 14, more than one hundred seventy alumni, faculty and friends gathered for “Teacher Education and Humanities: Hard Questions in a Spinning World,” an intimate conversation between renowned education philosopher and TC Professor Emerita Maxine Greene and current TC faculty members, John Broughton, Professor of Psychology and Education, and Janet Miller, Professor of English Education. TC President Susan Fuhrman introduced the panelists.
Held at the Cowin Center, the event marked the launch of the Maxine Greene Society, established this year to an inaugural membership of more than 1,700 donors hailing from across the country. The Society, which recognizes consistent donations to the Annual Fund for five or more years, is fittingly named after Greene, who joined the College’s faculty in 1965 and whose life’s work has been to encourage deep engagement in the world.
 
To view the discussion between Greene, Broughton and Miller, please visit: http://deimos3.apple.com/WebObjects/Core.woa/Browse/tc.columbia.edu.3777114798

Published Tuesday, Jun. 29, 2010

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"Hard Questions in a Spinning World"

On April 14, more than one hundred seventy alumni, faculty and friends gathered for “Teacher Education and Humanities: Hard Questions in a Spinning World,” an intimate conversation between renowned education philosopher and TC Professor Emerita Maxine Greene and current TC faculty members, John Broughton, Professor of Psychology and Education, and Janet Miller, Professor of English Education. TC President Susan Fuhrman introduced the panelists.
Held at the Cowin Center, the event marked the launch of the Maxine Greene Society, established this year to an inaugural membership of more than 1,700 donors hailing from across the country. The Society, which recognizes consistent donations to the Annual Fund for five or more years, is fittingly named after Greene, who joined the College’s faculty in 1965 and whose life’s work has been to encourage deep engagement in the world.
 
To view the discussion between Greene, Broughton and Miller, please visit: http://deimos3.apple.com/WebObjects/Core.woa/Browse/tc.columbia.edu.3777114798
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