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Distinguished Alumni & Early Career Awards

TC alumni have a long-standing history of making their mark on the world. Do you know a graduate who has made an impact in his or her community and is worthy of this distinction? Awards are presented annually at Academic Festival by the Alumni Association. For more information or to nominate someone today for the 2014 Distinguished Alumni and Early Career Awards, visit www.tc.edu/alumni/DAANominationForm


Events

A Technology Show-And-Tell
Current TC student Michael Ticknor (right) and adjunct faculty member Nabeel Ahmad (Ed.D. ’09) demonstrated IBM’s learning analytics system at an event held this past July at the company’s offices in midtown Manhattan.

A Screening for “The 99”
Cosponsored by TC’s Maxine Greene Society and the Office of Alumni Relations, Isaac Solotaroff screened his documentary Wham! Bam! Islam!, in California in September. The film is about the making of the comic book series “The 99,” created by TC alumnus Naif Al-Mutawa (who was also on hand). Below: Solotaroff with Elizabeth Pouso-Jorgenson (M.A. ’98)


Published Friday, Dec. 7, 2012

Alumni News: Part 2

Distinguished Alumni & Early Career Awards

TC alumni have a long-standing history of making their mark on the world. Do you know a graduate who has made an impact in his or her community and is worthy of this distinction? Awards are presented annually at Academic Festival by the Alumni Association. For more information or to nominate someone today for the 2014 Distinguished Alumni and Early Career Awards, visit www.tc.edu/alumni/DAANominationForm


Events

A Technology Show-And-Tell
Current TC student Michael Ticknor (right) and adjunct faculty member Nabeel Ahmad (Ed.D. ’09) demonstrated IBM’s learning analytics system at an event held this past July at the company’s offices in midtown Manhattan.

A Screening for “The 99”
Cosponsored by TC’s Maxine Greene Society and the Office of Alumni Relations, Isaac Solotaroff screened his documentary Wham! Bam! Islam!, in California in September. The film is about the making of the comic book series “The 99,” created by TC alumnus Naif Al-Mutawa (who was also on hand). Below: Solotaroff with Elizabeth Pouso-Jorgenson (M.A. ’98)


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