1. The Anthropology Research Fund in Honor of Lambros Comitas was set up by alumni of our programs, to help with research expenses, particularly those incurred as part of our requirement for pilot ethnographic work at the end of the first year.
2. The Ruth Lubic Endowed Scholarship, created by Ruth and her husband have created an endowed scholarship to support TC students in Applied Anthropology, with a preference given to registered nurses or other health care professionals
3. The George Clement Bond Center for African Education promotes research and teaching about education, broadly defined, in Africa and the African Diaspora. Its central aim is to create a community of students, faculty, and staff with common interests and commitments to the fields of Education and African Studies. Interdisciplinary study and discussion across Teachers College and Columbia University are promoted through research projects, conferences, lecture series, and courses. The Center integrates the study of African education in different programs at the College. It also promotes linkages with African universities by hosting visiting scholars, policy makers, practitioners, and activists who will present their research and experience from different disciplinary and theoretical perspectives. The Center provides a forum for students to discuss their research and interests with African scholars, Africanist faculty, and colleagues at conferences, public lectures, and seminars. It is also preparing to undertake joint activities with educational institutions and international organizations in New York City and with universities, research centers and non-government organizations in Africa, Latin America and other regions of the world. In accordance with Teachers College's main focus on education, psychology and health, the Center will pursue problems within these domains as well as contribute to the College's understanding and promotion of educational equity.