Gave the keynote presentation at the California Music Educators Association’s Casting a Wider Net conference at Azusa Pacific University. His talk was titled, “‘All That Remains to be Seen and Heard’ or, "Beyond the Great Demographic Mismatch in Music Education.”
Was named as one of three recipients of the James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award, given by the Association for Psychological Science (APS) to recognize APS members for a lifetime of outstanding contributions to the area of applied psychological research. Recipients’ research addresses a critical problem in society at large. Bonanno has overturned long-held assumptions about human resilience to grief and emotional trauma.
Was named the Journal of Educational Administration (Emerald Publishing) Outstanding Reviewer of the Year.
Was named to receive the Sage Cornerstone Author Award to commemorate and celebrate the lasting impact of his work with the 5th edition of Organization Change: Theory and Practice.
An internationally known art educator who has melded a deep sense of artistic tradition with exploration of digital technology and other new tools, became Macy Professor of Education. Burton has served on TC’s faculty since the late 1980s. For many years she directed the College’s Art & Art Education Program and its Macy Gallery.
Was invited by the Columbia Global Centers–Mumbai, India to provide a lecture-workshop titled “Evidence-based Approaches for Enhancing Educational Quality.” She addressed an international audience of educationists, policy-makers, educational leaders from K–12 organizations, and faculty/leaders of higher education institutions.
Was named 2019 Diabetes Educator of the Year by the American Association of Diabetes Educators.
Was selected to receive the American College of Sports Medicine Citation Award, which recognizes career achievement for outstanding research contributions to advancing science in sports medicine and exercise science.
Was co-recipient, with Gerald Campano and Bethany J. Welch, of the David H. Russell Award for Distinguished Research in the Teaching of English, given by the National Council of Teachers of English, for their book Partnering with Immigrant Communities: Action through Literacy (Teachers College Press 2016). Ghiso was also co-recipient with Campano and Welch of the Edward B. Fry Book Award, given by the Literacy Research Association (LRA), and recipient of LRA’s Arthur Applebee Award for Excellence in Research on Literacy for her paper “The Laundromat as the Transnational Local: Young Children’s Literacies of Interdependence,” published in Teachers College Record.
Was the keynote speaker at the Third Annual Dongsan Forum in Daegu, South Korea.
Was an Artist-in-Residence at CUNY’s Baruch College for the Fall of 2017.
Concluding 37 years as Director of TC’s Klingenstein Center for Independent School Leadership, received the College’s President’s Medal of Excellence at a special gala that also marked the 40th anniversary of the Klingenstein Center’s founding. Led by Kane, who remains on TC’s faculty, the Center has become an internationally-recognized center for the preparation of independent school teachers and leaders that claims nearly 4,000 alumni.
Received the John Wiley Distinguished Speaker Award of the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology.
Was named a Lowell Mason Fellow by the National Association for Music Education. The honor recognizes music educators, music education advocates, political leaders, industry professionals and others who have contributed to music education in a unique way.
Received the 2018 Revolutionary Mentor Award of AERA’s Critical Educators for Social Justice (CESJ) Special Interest Group (SIG).
Was appointed Guest Professor (2018–2021) at Háskóli Íslands/University of Iceland; Tepper Research Fellow (2018–2019) at Hunter College, City University of New York; and Honorary Senior Research Fellow (2017–2020) at King’s College London, U.K.
Received the Early Career Award from AERA’s Critical Perspectives in Early Childhood Education SIG.
Thirteen TC faculty members were included in the latest RHSU Edu-Scholar rankings, which identify “the university-based scholars in the U.S. who are doing the most to shape educational practice and policy.” They are: Thomas Bailey; Jeanne Brooks-Gunn; Sarah Cohodes; Christopher Emdin; Susan Fuhrman; Jeffrey Henig; Sharon Lynn Kagan; Henry Levin; Ernest Morrell; Aaron Pallas; Judith Scott-Clayton; Amy Stuart Wells; and Priscilla Wohlstetter.
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