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November 2 – 13

v i s i o n s in N Y C
Video and Film Still Exhibition
Macy Gallery
Wednesday, November 11

Equity in Education Forum: Abbott v. Burke
4:00pm – 5:30pm
Milbank Chapel
Has the Landmark School Funding Case Improved Student Outcomes? David Sciarra, Executive Director and Counsel, Education Law Center will present with discussant Gordon MacInnes, Fellow, Equality and Education Project, The Century Foundation, and Former Assistant Commissioner for the Abbott Implementation. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, email
Thursday, November 12

Book Talk: Creating Classroom Communities, with Maria Torres-Guzman
4:00pm – 5:00pm
305 Russell Hall
Thursday, November 12

Citizen Schools Information Session
4:00pm – 5:30pm
139 Horace Mann Hall
This information session is sponsored by Teacher College’s Office of Career Services (TCCS). For more information, visit TC CareerNET at
Friday, November 13

v i s i o n s in N Y C
Festival Screening and Reception
6:00pm – 9:00pm

Macy Gallery, Milbank Chapel, Russell Courtyard
Teachers College welcomes “Visions in New York City,” a collection of short videos and films, focusing on the
work of emerging artists and filmmakers of different nationalities, will provide an unprecedented and inclusive opportunity for artists to celebrate and share their unique voices and visions with the New York City audience through broadcasting on site, via Web cast and other media outlets. A catalog is available. For more information, contact
Monday, November 16

Book Talk: Harlem on Our Minds, with Valerie Kinloch
4:00pm – 6:00pm
305 Russell Hall
Please join Valerie Kinloch to discuss Harlem on Our Minds. Please RSVP for this Event with Jennifer Govan at 212-678-3022, or
Monday, November 16

Go Green Committee General Meeting
12:30pm – 1:30pm
Grace Dodge Cafeteria
November 16–20

2009 International Education Week
Sponsored by the Offices of International Student Services.
Tuesday, November 17

Dean’s Office Free Flu Shot for TC
9:00am – 6:00pm
179 Grace Dodge Hall
Tuesday, November 17

Fall Film Series: Moon Sun Flower Game
4:00pm – 5:30pm
2nd Floor Salon, Gottesman Libraries
Adopted son and poet in exile, Hossein Mansouri, looks for his roots in this documentary, Moon Sun Flower Game. Please RSVP for this event with Jennifer Govan at 212-678-3022, or
Wednesday, November 18

In’s & Out’s of Teacher Certification
4:00pm – 5:00pm
400 Russell Hall
Learn all there is to know about the teacher certification process and reciprocity. Open to all students seeking teacher certification. Call 212.678.3502 or email
Friday, November 20

Cross Cultural Conversations in the Arts: Bridging Discourses Opening Reception
4:00pm – 7:00pm

Macy Gallery
Exhibition on view:  November 16-25, 2009. For more information, contact 212-678-3360.
Sunday, November 22

Trineice Robinson-Martinson: “Love Stories”
5:00pm – 6:00pm
Milbank Chapel
Trineice Robinson-Martinson, Jazz Vocalist, will perform, “Love Stories.” Contact Erin Weeks-Earp at x3285 or for more information.
Wednesday, November 25
No Classes. Offices open.
Thursday, November 26

TC Community Thanksgiving Dinner
12:00pm – 3:00pm
Grace Dodge Cafeteria
An Invitation to the Members of the TC Community: Have Thanksgiving with your TC Family! “Traditional American” holiday fare. A limited number of tickets (125) are available. For ticket sales and questions please contact The Office of the Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs 212-678-3294 or
November 26–29

Thanksgiving Holidays
November 27–30

African Diaspora Film Festival
Milbank Chapel, 179 Grace Dodge Hall
Monday, November 30

Phyllis Kossoff Policy Lecture
4:30pm – 5:45pm
Milbank Chapel
David Steiner, the new Commissioner of Education for New York State and TC alumna Merryl Tisch, Chancellor of the New York State Board of Regents present their vision for statewide education.

Published Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009