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The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) honored TC’s Carol Ewing Garber with its 2019 Citation Award for “outstanding performance in the areas of research and scholarship, clinical care, administrative services and educational services.”
Is civics education a constitutional right for public school students? TC’s Michael Rebell discusses his Rhode Island lawsuit, which argues the state has “failed to prepare young people for the rigors of citizenship.”
Veteran and TC clinical psychology doctoral candidate Meaghan Mobbs discusses a program to help veterans transition back to civilian life led by former President George W. Bush.
How can public-private partnerships create pathways for community college students to transfer to more selective four-year schools? A case study from TC’s Community College Research Center examines the policy missteps of one venture, and offers takeaways for future efforts.
Davis Jenkins of TC’s Community College Research Center discusses research on whether college classes actually save high school students time and money in the long-term.