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Wyncote Foundation renews support for TC Professor Catherine Crowley
Wyncote Foundation renews support for TC Professor Catherine Crowley

The Wyncote Foundation has renewed support in 2013 for Professor Catherine Crowley with a $150,000 grant for her work with children with disabilities. The Foundation has been supporting Professor Crowley's work with children with disabilities since FY 2011.
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Gifts Totaling $725,000 from the Rauch Foundation Aim to Attract Talented Students and Post-Doctoral Fellows to TC
Gifts Totaling $725,000 from the Rauch Foundation Aim to Attract Talented Students and Post-Doctoral Fellows to TC

Foundation led by Trustee Nancy Douzinas supports TC's work to improve outcomes for children and families.
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Teaching Kids About the National Debt
Teaching Kids About the National Debt

Teachers College has received a three-year $2.45 million grant from the Peter G. Peterson Foundation to develop a comprehensive social studies and mathematics curriculum about the fiscal challenges that face the nation, which will be distributed free of charge to every high school in the country.
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Wyncote Foundation renews support for TC Professor Catherine Crowley

Dr. Catherine J. Crowley

Dr. Catherine J. Crowley, Senior Lecturer and Distinguished Lecturer, Coordinator of Bilingual/Multicultural Program Focus and the Ghana and Bolivia programs, and Director of the Bilingual Extension Institute.

The Wyncote Foundation has renewed support in 2013 for Professor Catherine Crowley with a $150,000 grant for her work with children with disabilities. The Foundation has been supporting Professor Crowley's work with children with disabilities since FY 2011. 

Since 2006, Dr. Crowley has led annual trips to Ghana and Bolivia where her Speech/Language Pathology graduate students provide free services to people with communication disorders. The international work is designed to provide opportunities for student to acquire high quality clinical skills and cultural competencies that will transfer to their work with diverse populations in the U.S., and developing a "world citizen" approach to SLP.

Click here to see a short video on the professional development retreat in Nkawkaw, Ghana.
Click here for more information on TC's SLP Ghana trip in 2011.