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Workshop: Succulent Painting, Wednesday, 12/12, 12-3pm (postponed)
Come paint and plant! Pots, soil, succulents, acrylic paints, and brushes are available to inspire relaxation and creativity. Students will be given a pot and use acrylic paint to decorate it. After the pot decoration…
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Opening Reception & Exhibit: Knowing Together, with Rosalie Yu, Thursday, 12/6, 6-9pm
Knowing Together is an experiment in collaborative photography and the expression of embodied experience in three-dimensional art. Rosalie Yu uses 3D capturing techniques to explore the limits of perception a…
Offit Gallery, Third Floor │read more
Workshop: On the Money, Thursday, 12/6, 3-4pm
Are you hoping to fund your studies, research, project, or travel, but are not sure where to turn? While money does not grow on trees, the good news is that there is a lot out there... it's just knowing where to look …
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Live Music: Wadsworth Strings, Wednesday, 12/5, 5-6:30pm
Come join us for a special pre-exam holiday performance by our longest running ensemble!The Wadsworth Strings Ensemble features music for classical strings, from the symphonies of Mozart and Haydn, t…
Everett Cafe │read more
Book Talk: From Humiliation to Dignity, with Evelin Lindner, Wednesday, 12/5, 12-2pm
Title: From Humiliation to Dignity: For a Future of Global SolidarityDescribed by Francisco Gomes de Matos, a pea…
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Highlighted Databases: Universal Design
Concomitant with the international observance prompted by the United Nations at the start of the month, we feature resources that support teaching and learning on the topic of universal design.
Gottesman Libraries │read more
Live Music: Laura Head, Wednesday, 11/28, 5-6pm (rescheduled)
Laura Head is a solo musician better known under the stage name charade. A classical pianist since childhood, she currently writes for piano, ukelele, and guitar. She frequently plays live in Manhattan and Brooklyn, a…
Everett Cafe │read more
Exhibit: Celebrating Dance Education through SiNY
Did you know that the field of dance education was conceived at Teachers College in 1916 by Margaret H’Doubler, a visiting biology doctoral student from the University of Wisconsin at Madison who studied with John Dew…
Kasser Family Exhibition Space, First Floor │read more
Film Talk: Teaching Immigrants in an Era of Exclusion, with Tatyana Kleyn, Tuesday, 11/27, 7-8:30pm
Join us for a  CITED-sponsored film screening and conversation on Teaching Immigrants in an Era of Exclus…
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