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Provost Course Development Grant for
the Inclusion of Latin American Content and Indigenous Languages in the Curriculum at Teachers College
The Provost’s Course Development Grant for the Inclusion of Latin American Content and Indigenous Languages in the Curriculum at Teachers College, funded through the Institute of Latin American Studies Title VI Federal Grant, provides an opportunity to develop new and/or modify existing courses that integrate content on Latin America and/or Latin American Indigenous languages. The grant is intended not only to support course development, but also to encourage innovative ideas for the internationalization of course curriculum and delivery.
Applications for Spring 2017 are now closed. Please read the 2017-2018 Course Development Grant for more information about upcoming deadlines.
Patricia Martínez-Álvarez, Assistant Professor of Bilingual Education, Arts and Humanities
Proposed Course: Curriculum and Instruction for Bilingual Students With and Without Disabilities
Ansley Erickson, Assistant Professor, Arts & Humanities
Proposed Course: History of Education in the Americas
Elizabeth Fraga, Lecturer, Counseling & Clinical Psychology
Proposed Course: Latino/a Psychology
Kimberly Baranowski, Lecturer, Counseling and Clinical Psychology
Proposed Course: Undocumented Latin American Immigrant and Refugee Experiences: Foundations of Multicultural Service Provision and Teaching
Carmen Martinez-Roldán, Associate Professor and Program Coordinator of Bilingual/Bicultural Education, Arts and Humanities
Proposed Course: Latino Children's Literature and Literacies
David T. Hansen, Director, Program in Philosophy and Education and Wenberg Professor in the Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Education, Arts and Humanities
Proposed Course: Philosophies of the Americas
TC Global Investment Fund Awardees 2014-2015
The International Affairs Global Investment Fund makes available seed grants of up to $8,000 to support faculty proposals for innovative projects that are consonant with the mission of Teachers College and promise to add value to the College's international work. Last year’s winning proposals came from Faculty and Lecturers across seven departments at TC and involve eight regions of the world. Please watch this space for information on future Investment Fund opportunities.
The recipients of the Global Investment Fund awards for 2014-15 are:
Addressing Inequalities in Primary Schooling with an Ecologically-Based Comprehensive Education Curriculum for Teachers: A Capacity Building Effort in India
Erika Levy and Andrew Gordon
International Cerebral Palsy Speech Treatment Research
Ellen Meier and Carolyn Riehl
Sustaining Leadership for Change and School Reform in Mexico
Mary Mendenhall, Susan Garnett Russell, and Jacqueline Simmons
Supporting and Researching Teacher Professional Development in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya
Building the Columbia University Teachers College Center of Excellence for Arab Womens' Mental Health in Abu Dhabi
*Please watch this space for information on future Investment Fund opportunities
Global Investment Fund Panel
International Education Week 2016
Monday, November 14, 2016
Dr. Madhabi Chatterji - "Addressing Inequalities in Primary Schooling with an Ecologically-Based Comprehensive Education Curriculum for Teachers"
Dept. of Organization & Leadership
Dr. Erika Levy - "International Cerebral Palsy Speech Treatment Research"
Dept. of Biobehavioral Sciences
Dr. Mary Mendenhall, Danielle Falk & Emily Richardson - "Supporting and Researching Teacher Professional Development in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya"
Dept. of International & Transcultural Studies
Dr. Helen Verdeli - "Building the Columbia University Teachers College Center of Excellence for Arab Women's Mental Health in Abu Dhabi"
Dept. of Counseling & Clinical Psychology
Dr. Ellen Meier & Dr. Rita Sanchez - "Sustaining Leadership for Change and School Reform in Mexico"
Dept. of Mathematics, Science & Tech. | Center for Technology & School Change