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Spring/Summer 2017 Work Study Position in OIA 

OIA is looking to fill a work study position this semester.  Click here for more information:  OIA Work Study - Grant Researcher Spring 2017 - 3.31.17 Title: Grant researcher Type: work-study Description: Research available and applicable grants for TC faculty and students doing international work; research and summarize background material for grant proposals as needed. Maintain …

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Special education positions at Gramercy Arts High School 

Gramercy Arts High School is anticipating 2 Special Education Positions. Resume and Cover letter should be emailed to Laura Hindelong at Lhindelong@gramercyhs.org.

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C&T Graduate Student Collaborative Updates 

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Celebrate ADIFF Women’s History Month!- This Weekend-March 31 to April 2, 2017 

The Office of the Vice President for Diversity and  Community Affairs and The African Diaspora International Film Festival invite you to the screenings of its WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION   ​ Join us March 31 to April 2, 2017 to Celebrate ADIFF Women’s History Month!   The earliest observance of the Woman’s Day was February 28, 1909. This …

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RSVP “Voices Heard: Mid-20th C. Student Activism at HBCUs” 

Voices Heard: Mid-20th Century Student Activism at HBCUs Moderator:  Cally L. Waite, Teachers College, Columbia University James Alford, William Paterson University Eddie Cole, College of William & Mary Deidre Flowers, Teachers College, Columbia University Date:        Wednesday, April 5, 2017 Time:        6:00 - 7:30pm Location:  179 GDH  Teachers College RSVP:<a …

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A book talk with Aimee Howley on Thursday, April 20 

Join the Teachers College Inclusive Classrooms (TCICP) to meet Aimee Howley, co-author of Out of Our Minds: Turning the Tide Anti-Intellectualism in American Schools on Thursday, April 20, 2017.  Click the link to RSVP:        

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Student Teacher Information Session – 4/3/17 

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Participate in Research on Teachers’ Question Asking 

We are education researchers from Carnegie Mellon University. We request your participation in a research study on teacher’s questions. We are looking into how teachers think about the questions they plan to ask their students. Your participation may help us to uncover more about the learning sciences, as well as help us create better training …

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Summer Teaching Opportunity in TC’s Partner Schools 

We are in the process of hiring instructors for our REACH Summer Bridge program and currently are looking for some elementary school instructors for our classes targeting rising 3rd and rising 5th graders. REACH is TC's university-assisted community schools model that seeks to improve students’ educational outcomes through a set of coherent and strategic actions …

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NYCDOE Application Deadline 

The next deadline to apply to work for the NYCDOE is Wednesday, April 5th. Students can access the application by going to After an application is successfully submitted, students will have access to the following resources: Teacher Hiring Guide TeachNYC Academy: A series of job search webinars designed to give you the inside scoop on getting hired …

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Queer Week at TC – March 27th-31st, 2017 

Queer Week is a week-long series of workshops and panel discussions designed to strengthen the TC LGBTQ+ and ally community to explore the diversity and intersectionality  inherent in the queer experience and the intersectional experiences of the TC Community.     Queer Week Schedule of Events     SPANIGHT Monday, March 27th, 7:30pm-9:30pm in 433 …

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NYC P-TECH Early College & Career Schools: Speed Interviewing Event on April 29th 

New York City P-TECH Schools Want You!   It is our pleasure to invite you to apply for open teaching positions within our seven Early College High Schools.   The NYC P-TECH schools are six-year high schools (spanning grades 9 through 14) where students have the opportunity to earn a high school diploma, an Associate …

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Book Talk Dr. Sonya Douglass Horsford 

Book Talk: Sonya Douglass Horsford, Ed.D. Associate Professor of Education Leadership ____________________________________________ Professor Horsford will discuss key themes from her book "Learning in a Burning House", which documents the negative consequences of school desegregation for Black communities in the U.S. and their continued relevance amid widening social inequality and political polarization. Focusing on what Dr. …

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Mapping LGBTQ History-March 22, 2017 

Mapping LGBTQ History-March 22, 2017-6:00-7:30PM 136 Thompson Hall  

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Confronting Hostility, Cultivating Hope conference March 25th at TC 

Dear C&T students, This is a reminder that we will have a meeting for the Graduate Student Collaborative today, March 20th from 4-5pm, which all C&T students are welcomed to attend. During this meeting, we will discuss details for the Graduate Student-Led Conference, taking place this Saturday, March 25th. Please take a moment to view …

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Summer Teaching Position (QUESTABOX) 

Summer teaching positions are available at QUESTABOX for Part-time Literacy Teachers. QUESTABOX is a hands-on and interdisciplinary after school program located in Fort Lee, NJ. We are looking for the teachers who can share the joy of reading and writing with K-5th graders. QUESTABOX started with STEAM education and is a place where students discover …

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You’re invited to I-House International Film Series: “Cesar’s Last Fast”… (Mar 30, 2017) 

I-House International Film Series: "Cesar's Last Fast" Directed by Richard Ray Perez & Lorena Parlee and Produced by Molly O'Brien This event will be held on Thursday March 30 from 7-10 pm. The location of this event is at International House, 500 Riverside Drive New York, NY 10027. PLEASE JOIN US IN HONOR OF NATIONAL …

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Invitation for Columbia University Faculty and Students to Attend a Panel Presentation on Racism in Society and Education at Lehman College! 

On March 16th, Lehman College is hosting a discussion on race and racism in society and education. “How to Save Yourself and Others: Lessons from School” Click here for more info:  4Racism_in_Education_Panel_Discussion Panelists include Lehman’s brilliant faculty from Africana Studies and the School of Education Thursday, March 16, 2017, 11am to 1pm Lovinger Theatre, Lehman …

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May 5 Restorative Justice Conference @ Lehman College 

2017 Restorative Justice Conference: Creating an Equitable and Just Society - Challenges and Possibilities May 5, 2017 @ Lehman College, CUNY CALL FOR PROPOSALS – DUE by March 26, 2017 As we plan to convene the 3nd Annual Restorative Justice Conference, we very much welcome your participation in addressing the challenges and possibilities and  celebrating …

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The Gottesman Libraries Newsletter: March 2017 

More information for events available at  Guest Talk & Workshop: Human Rights & Advocacy, with Helen Rosenthal Saturday, 3/4, 9:30am-1pm Breakfast is included, and rsvp's may be sent by Friday, February 24t to cae@tc.columbia.edu. Where: TBA Book Talk: Time & the Rhythms of Emancipatory Education, with Michel Alhadeff-Jones Tuesday, 3/21, 4-5:30pm Where: 306 Russell …

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