Mary Mendenhall, Ed.D. Dr. Mary Mendenhall is Associate Professor of Practice in the International and Transcultural Studies Department at Teachers College. Her research interests include policies and practices of refugee education across camp, urban and resettlement contexts.
Eleanor Acer, J.D. As the director of Human Rights First's Refugee Protection Program, Eleanor Acer oversees Human Rights First's research and advocacy on issues relating to refugee protection, asylum, and migrants' rights. Ms. Acer advocates, speaks and writes regularly about refugees’ and migrants’ human rights issues including, legal representation, detention, U.S. asylum law/policy, U.S. global refugee protection and resettlement policies.
The Office of the Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs and Columbia Sexual Violence Response
invite you to:
Relationship Violence Awareness Month Programing
Gibney Dance Group Hands Are for Holding (HAFH)
Gibney Dance Group’s Hands are for Holding choreographed dance performance explores the importance of practicing, in every moment and interaction, the active choice to create and foster healthy relationships. Columbia Sexual Violence Response will facilitate an engaging post-performance dialogue.
Thursday, October 11, 2018 3:30pm-5:30pm Milbank Chapel
Diversity in Doctoral Education Initiative: What is Doctoral Education?
Register here: https://goo.gl/QtcxrC
TODAY, October 17, 2018 6:00PM 306 Russell Light Refreshments Will be Served
This session will provide an overview of the doctoral education journey. Panelists will draw on their own experiences as faculty members and students to help attendees gain a better understanding of doctoral education.
Featuring: Dr. Marie Miville, Professor of Psychology and Education Dr. Brandon Velez, Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology Dr. Haeny Yoon, Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education
LatinX: Xrossing Identity Frontreras EXPLORING WHAT IT MEANS TO BE LATINX HERE AND NOW THROUGH ARTISTIC EXPRESSION
Friday, November 2nd 6:00PM-9:00PM
TC Grace Dodge Dining Hall
Office of the Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs
Office of Student Affairs
National Arth Education Association
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Maison Française East Gallery, Buell Hall
515 West 116th Street
New York, NY 10027
Columbia University co-sponsors of Blackness in French and Francophone Film: Maison Française; School of the Arts; Institute for Research on Women, Gender and Sexuality; Institute for African Studies; Columbia Global Centers/Paris; European Institute; and Society of Fellows/Heyman Center for the Humanities; Teachers Collge, Columbia University. Film series presented with support from the Paul LeClerc Centennial Fund, Cultural Services of the French Embassy, la Scam, and the Knapp Family Foundation.
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Opening night of the film series "Blackness in French and Francophone Film" organized by the Columbia Maison Française and co-sponsored by the School of the Arts.
Fifty years after the Civil Rights March in Washington DC and the “dream” of Martin Luther King, thirty years after the “March for Equality and against Racism” in France, Diallo follows a group of young Americans who come to France to examine the issues of race, diversity, human rights, through meetings with political personalities, expat African Americans, and local community activists.
This is the first film of a journalist who has become one of the most influential public personalities in France about issues concerned with minority rights, Black Lives Matter, police brutality, and racial equality. Diallo now writes for TheNew York Times.
Columbia University co-sponsors of Blackness in French and Francophone Film: Maison Française; School of the Arts; Institute for Research on Women, Gender and Sexuality; Institute for African Studies; Columbia Global Centers/Paris; European Institute; Institute for Research in African-American Studies; Teachers College Office of the Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs; and Society of Fellows/Heyman Center for the Humanities
Film series presented with support from the Paul LeClerc Centennial Fund, Cultural Services of the French Embassy, la Scam, and the Knapp Family Foundation
CU SAFE ZONE TRAINING AT TEACHERS COLLEGE FOR FACULTY AND STAFF
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2018 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM GRACE DODGE HALL 285
CU Safe Zone is a 3-hour training session presented by Multicultural Affairs at Columbia University that provides foundational knowledge needed to support and act in solidarity with LGBTQ+ communities at Columbia University. This session is open to all Teachers College faculty and staff.
The Office of the Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs and Dr. Rochy Flint, Department of Mathematics, Science and Education
Invite you to:
A gallery walk through and presentation
Multicultural Mathematics Education (MSTM5020) students will be present their vision of a mathematical space designed for effective education of a multicultural student body. The program will include an engaging gallery walk through and formal presentations
Janice Robinson, Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs, Associate Professor of Higher and Postsecondary & TC Title IX Coordinator
Nicole Fletcher, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Developmental Psychology
Michael Rebell, Professor of Law and Educational Practice Education Policy
In Flunking Democracy, Michael A. Rebell makes the case that the decline of civic participation is not a recent problem, but rather that for generations now, America’s schools have systematically failed to prepare students to be capable citizens. Rebell analyzes the causes of this failure, provides a detailed analysis of what we know about how to prepare students for productive citizenship, and considers examples of best practices.
The Office of the Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs invites you to a community gathering and menorah lighting. In the tradition of the Chanukah Menorah Lighting, we are gathering to affirm and celebrate fellowship and community at TC.
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Wednesday, December 5 COMMUNITY COFFEE & TEA BREAK 3:00–4:00 p.m. | Everett Lounge The Office of the Vice President for Diversity & Community Affairs and the President’s Committee for Community & Diversity invite you to a coffee and tea break in celebration of the inauguration of Thomas Bailey, eleventh President of Teachers College, Columbia University.
Tuesday, January 29, 2019, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. - Part I: Cultural and Racial Microaggressions; Grace Dodge Hall 177/179
Kevin Nadal – Professor of Psychology and Mental Health Counseling – John Jay College/Executive Director, LGBTQ/Filipino American Scholar and Community Leader (received Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from TC in 2008)
A Book Talk and Discussion with Author: Dr. Martha S. Jones
Thursday, February 27, 2019
Reception to follow
"As former slaves struggled to become citizens, they redefined citizenship for all Americans. Birthright Citizens is their story." Martha S. Jones
Birthright Citizens: A History of Race and Rights in AntebellumAmerica explores the history of Birthright citizenship in the United States, particularly, how African American activists radically transformed the terms of citizenship for all Americans. Join us for an engaging conversation with Dr. Jones as we explore constitutional history, history of activism and our current state of affairs.
Please join us for a book talk and discussion with Dr. Nicole Furlonge, Klingenstein Family Chair Professor of Practice Director of the Klingenstein Center Teachers College Columbia University. Dr. Furlonge will lead a discussion centered around the art of active listening, particularly in relation to how we engage race, gender, and class differences. Furthermore, she makes the argument that as active listeners, we might be more effective audiences for each other.
Dr. Furlonge is the author of Race Sounds: The Art of Listening in African American Literature. She earned her Ph.D. in English from the University of Pennsylvania. Currently, Dr. Furlonge’s research examines the intersections between listening, cognitive neuroscience, cultural competency, school leadership and adult learning.
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Post-Hurricane Maria: El Pueblo Unido, Will Never be Defeated
Friday, April 26, 2019
On September 20, 2017, the strongest hurricane to hit Puerto Rico in almost a century, Hurricane Maria, devastated Puerto Rico and our community.
Nineteen months later, the Coalition of Latinx Scholars (CLS) present, "Post-Hurricane María: El Pueblo Unido, Will Never Be Defeated," which will center and spotlight Puerto Rican scholars and activists who will be sharing their unique experiences while working in Puerto Rico, and discussing the challenges and the work that is still needed as the community works to rebuild post-Maria.
Please come and celebrate, honor, and support our resilient Puerto Rican community. CLS welcomes all to engage in rich discussions on the current state of the island. A reception to follow.
The 10th Annual Diversity in Research and Practice Conference
Redefining and Reimagining Futures
The Black Student Network (BSN) at Teachers College, Columbia University with the support of the Vice President's Office for Diversity and Community Affairs is excited to announce our 10th Annual Diversity in Research and Practice Conference. We look forward to having you join us and our distinguished scholars while we explore this year’s theme — "Afrofuturism: Redefining and Reimagining Futures".
April 27, 2019
Teachers College Columbia University (Everett Lounge)
IN(CITE) THE FUTURE:
21st Century Scholarship for Black Speculative Thought
TC's Office of Diversity & Community Affairs will host a community gathering and candle lighting in observance of Holocaust Remembrance Day to honor the memory of the six million Jews and millions of others who perished during the Holocaust. We'll also honor the lives taken in the wave of terror attacks that have swept across faith communities across the U.S. and globe in the past six months, including the Passover shootings at the Chabad of Poway in California, the Easter Sunday bombings at churches in Sri Lanka, the mosque shootings during Jummah prayers in Christchurch, New Zealand, and the Tree of Life Synagogue shootings in Pittsburgh.