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May 2012 Volume 17, No. 5
2012 Convocations

Bound to Make an Impact

A gallery of eight grads who are ready to change the world. (Read more...)

Featured Stories

Hearts on Fire

Setting Hearts on Fire

Entrepreneurial spotlight

A new book by alumna Jill Iscol (written with faculty member Peter Cookson) tells the stories of young people trying to change the world. (more...)
Sunyia Luthar

Consequences of Great Expectations

A new study confirms elevated rates of substance abuse, depression and other problems among affluent youth (more...)

Peter Orszag

Bringing Economics to Scale

A launch event for the nationwide distribution of TC’s curriculum on the national debt (more...)

J Sacks

2012 Academic Festival

TC’s Academic Festival 2012 highlights the power of technology to transform learning (more...)

Also in this issue:

Academic Festival coverage:
Connecting to Hope: Keynote address by Jeffrey Sachs
Technology Can Be Transformative - But Only in the Right Hands
A Full Slate of Panels and Presentations
Honors Round-up:
Andrew Gordon Elected NAK Fellow
Tom Bailey and Lynn Kagan Elected NAEd Members
Tom Bailey Receives AERA Exemparly Research Award
Genishi/Martinez-Roldan/Mensah Receive AERA Awards
Dawn Arno Honored by TC's Office of School and Community Partnerships
Crowley/Baigorri Receive Ghana Humanitarian Award
The Art of Affirmation
Home Is Where the Art Is: Art and Art Education Program Reunion
Making the Case for Art Education: TC at the National Art Education Association Convention
Assessing Assessments — and Assessment Use
New Study by Douglas Ready Shows School Segregation on Long Island is High
TEDx@TC: Speaking From the Head and the Heart on International Education
New Faculty Profile: Laura Azzarito
Video Highlights from TC’s Other Curriculum: Spring Lectures and Presentations
Stay tuned for the next issue of Inside for coverage of TC's convocation ceremonies, featuring remarks by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, cultural anthropologist Shirley Brice Heath, and U.S. Under Secretary of Education Martha Kanter.

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