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Research Grants

We are pleased to announce the 2015-2016 Dean's Grant for Student Research and the 2015-2016 Research Dissertation Fellowship.  
The Dean's Grant for Student Research awards up to $2,000 to students who submit the strongest proposals for research that has educational implications for the field and for the academic program at Teachers College. The deadline for this grant is Friday, March 13, 2015 at 5:00 PM, EST.  
The Research Dissertation Fellowship awards $6,000 to supplement academic-related tuition, living, research, or research-related travel expenses. Fellowships are available only to matriculated Teachers College doctoral students who are on track to receive dissertation proposal approval by May 31, 2015.  The deadline for this fellowship is Friday, February 27, 2015 at 5:00 PM, EST.
Applications for the Dean's Grant for Student Research and the Research Dissertation Fellowship can be accessed by clicking here, or by logging into the myTC portal and clicking on the "Research" tab. 


The Office of Student Affairs is dedicated to providing support to the academic mission of Teachers College.  Our mission is to provide opportunities beyond the curriculum for students to become active members of the TC community, to engage in social humanitarian efforts, to cooperate sensitively, and ultimately to intellectually embrace the human condition and the responsibilities and opportunities it affords.

The Office of Student Affairs is committed to working with students, faculty and staff from all areas of the College to build an open, inclusive, and intellectual community. We encourage each student to become familiar with the many programs and services that can enhance the TC experience.  Alongside academic studies in the classroom, students have many out-of-class opportunities to engage peers and persons with diverse cultural experiences, to examine new philosophies, to develop new interests and skills, and to prepare for active participation in a rapidly changing global society. The Office of Student Affairs staff stands ready to assist you in these endeavors. 

The Office of Student Affairs consists of 3 main areas: Insurance and Immunization Records, Student Development and Activities, and Graduate Writing Center.  

–Maria Hataier,
  Director Office of Student Affairs

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