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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Book Talk: Classroom Cultures, with Michelle Knight-Manuel, Tuesday, 11/27, 5-6:30pm
Please join us for a discussion of Classroom Cultures: Equitable Schooling for Racially Diverse Youth (Teachers College Press, 2018), with co-author Michelle Knight-Manuel.This practical res…
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November - December Staff Picks: Homecoming / Coming Home
"What is home? Who gets to call a place home? When I relocated to California with my family for two years, after living my entire life in New York City, these questions came to the forefront of …
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Live Music: The N Train, Tuesday, 11/20, 5-6pm
Nesly Kohen is a Turkish/Spanish Singer-Songrwriter who e…
Everett Cafe │read more
Workshop: New York Foundling's Child Abuse Prevention Program (CAPP), Friday, 11/16, 9am-2:30pm
Please join TC alumna Leslie Schmerler and her colleagues from The New York Foundling as they provide training to counselors, social workers, psychologists, a…
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Live Music: Eliana Satterlee and Nico Lässig, Tuesday, 11/13, 4-5pm
Eliana Satterlee and Nico Lässig recently started as a duet playing both covers and original music. Their music style includes alternative, folk, and pop rock. Eliana has been playing for over 10 years and currently i…
Everett Cafe │read more
Book Talk: With One Shot: Family Murder and a Search for Justice, with Dorothy Marcic, Tuesday, 11/13, 4-5pm
Why would a New York City playwright and Teachers College professor shake up her comfortable life to investigate a family murder—and in doing so risk her life? In
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Workshop: Acing the Academic Interview, Tuesday, 11/13, 4-6pm
HOW you present is just as important as WHAT you present! This workshop is the fourth in the series of offerings by the Academic Career Development Program, co-sponsored by
408 Zankel (relocated) │read more
Workshop: Communal Sand Painting, with Bert Benally, Thursday, 11/8 - Saturday, 11/10
Artist Bert Benally will facilitate the creation of a communal sand-painting where participants can together identify an area causing disharmony and find a symbol or some kind of visual representation of the problem a…
Rock Garden, Second Floor │read more