Jenny Abamu (M.A. '16), a former education reporter, resigned from her position at Washington, D.C.-area NPR affiliate WAMU to become a U.S. diplomat. Read more>>
Dale Atkins (M.A. '72)
Dale Atkins (M.A. '72) appeared on NBC's Today Show to discuss the science behind the saying “kindness is contagious.” Read more>>
Elizabeth (Liz) Geiger (M.Phil. '19)
Elizabeth (Liz) Geiger (M.Phil. '19, right) earned the 2019 Outstanding Student Paper Award from Sage Publications and Teachers College Press for her publication, "Development and evaluation of the Individuals with Learning Disabilities and/or Difficulties Perceived Discrimination Scale.” She is pictured here with co-author Melanie Elyse Brewster, Associate Professor of Psychology and Education.
Lisa George-Seales (M.A. '01)
Lisa George-Seales (M.A. '01) is the new Associate Vice President for Human Resources and Chief Human Resources at TC.
#TCMade: Alumni Books, Art and More
Check out this month's featured alumni publications and work:
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Joan Mast (Ed.D. '08)
Joan Mast (Ed.D. '08) was appointed as Superintendent of Scotch Plains-Fanwood School District in New Jersey. Read more>>
Danielle Moss (Ed.D. '06)
Danielle Moss (Ed.D. '06) appeared on on CBS This Morning to discuss how to help overlooked students and employees thrive. Read more>>
Bette Sloane (M.Ed. '16)
Bette Sloane (M.Ed. '16) was awarded a Fund For Teachers grant to explore the math behind the delicate artistic compositions of Japan and the immense man-made structures of China. She spent her summer traveling in these countries and is using her experiences to create authentic, real-world based Geometry problem sets for her students.
Kate Rousmaniere (Ph.D. '92) and Jayne Brownell (Ed.D. '02)
Kate Rousmaniere (Ph.D. '92), Mayor of the City of Oxford, Ohio and Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership at Miami University, Ohio, and Jayne Brownell (Ed.D. '02), Vice President for Students Affairs at Miami University, Ohio, received the Larry Abernathy Award from the International Town & Gown Association this past May. The award honors collaboration between cities, universities and students.