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Teachers College strives to establish an institution that actively attracts, supports, and retains diverse students, faculty, and staff, demonstrated through its commitment to social justice, its respectful and vibrant community, and its encouragement and support of each individual in the achievement of their full potential.

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Today is #ConstitutionDay! Janice Robinson, Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs, is handing out pocket-sized editions of the U.S. Constitution in Zankel Hall this morning. Come by and pick up your copy! #TCWay #TeachersCollege #ColumbiaUniversity #USconstitution 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸


Do you know a TC alumnus/a whose professional or volunteer work has made a difference in the lives of others? Nominate them for a 2019 #TCAlumni Award! The nomination deadline is October 9.


Teachers College warmly welcomes six new standout scholars – Prerna G. Arora; Paulo Blikstein; Nicole L.B. Furlonge; Jordan Matsudaira; Robert Siegler; and Rosalia Zárate – to its distinguished faculty, adding expertise and interests ranging from the quality of health care for underserved youth to why Americans have trouble learning fractions. Click the link in our bio to learn about their expertise and scholarship. #TCFaculty #TCWay #TeachersCollege #ColumbiaUniversity #NewFaculty


The late novelist and TC alumnus John Okada wrote about the post-WWII internment experiences of Japanese Americans. Now there’s a new biography of him by journalist and filmmaker Frank Abe. #TCAlumni…


Have you registered to vote? Join new U.S. citizen Professor Judy Burton and register to vote. You can learn more about voter registration here: . If you have registered, don’t forget New York primary elections are happening today. #NYCVotes #TCWay #TeachersCollege #ColumbiaUniversity


#TCAlumni in Boston: meet TC's newest president, Thomas Bailey, during a reception on October 11, 6pm @LibertyHotel. At this special event, TC Trustee Charles Desmond will interview President Bailey about his goals for his tenure.…


As the new semester begins so does the Macy Gallery fall exhibition season with two new shows! “September Primer” is an open call exhibition of artwork by current Art and Art Education master’s and doctoral students. “Richard Jochum: Survey” is an exhibition by TC Art and Art Education faculty member Richard Jochum that showcases the first returns from the international mail art project “Survey,” among other works that playfully demonstrate a diverse artistic process. Both shows run through 9/27. #TCWay #ArtEducation #TeachersCollege #ColumbiaUniversity #NowShowing #artistoninstagram


Artists!🎨 Join a community of like-minded peers committed to growing their teaching practice in the @TeachersCollege Teaching Artist Certificate Program! Read more: Register by 9/30! #TeachingArtist

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