Jody Gottfried Arnhold (M.A. ’73) and her husband, John, have donated $6.085 million to Teachers College to launch an institute dedicated to developing leadership and expanding the evidence base in dance education through new research and the reevaluation of existing knowledge in the field. Read more>>
Tiffani L. Blake (M.Ed. ‘14)
Tiffani L. Blake (M.Ed. ‘14) has joined New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) as interim dean of students for the institution’s two New York campuses. Read more>>
Tonia Casarin (M.A. ‘15)
Tonia Casarin (M.A. ‘15), Founder of Fireworks Education, was named a Fall 2019 Eisenhower Fellow for Latin America and the Carribbean. Read more>>
Lorna Lewis (Ed.D. '82)
Lorna Lewis (Ed.D. '82, pictured left) was named a 2019 Krasnoff Courage and Commitment Honoree by ERASE Racism. Read more>>
#TCMade: Alumni Books, Art and More
Check out this month's featured alumni publications and work:
In The Ivy Roses podcast, two intergenerational, doctoral Ivy League graduates-Courtney Rose (Ed.D. '18, daughter) and Patti Rose (Ed.D. '89, mother)-discuss social and cultural topics.
ROSA INCAICA is the confluence of the work of soprano Annelise Skovmand (M.A. '06) and guitarist Pablo González Jazey and is dedicated to building cross-cultural understanding through music.
If you have a books, apps, art or other projects you'd like to share with the TC community, send them to email@example.com with the subject line "#TCMade."
Patricia Moore (M.A. ‘81)
Patricia Moore (M.A. ‘81) received the 2019 Design Mind award from Cooper Hewitt’s National Design Awards, the only annual program of its kind, bringing national recognition to the ways in which design enriches everyday life.Read more>>
Thabo Msibi (M.Ed. ‘08)
Thabo Msibi (M.Ed. ‘08), 2018 TC Early Career Awardee, became the first black South African scholar in Education to be awarded a prestigious P-Rating by the National Research Foundation (NRF). Read more>>
Joanne Powell (Ph.D. '15)
Joanne Powell (Ph.D. '15) and her brother, Andrew Hill, are “empowering special educators to accelerate learning outcomes for kids who have disabilities" via the LiftEd app. Read more>>
Sekou Robertson (M.A. ‘03)
LEARN Charter School Network-Excel campus, led by Principal Sekou Robertson (M.A. ‘03), was named a 2018 Top Charter Elementary School by Chicago Magazine. Read more>>