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C&T Graduate Student Collaborative – Mtg TODAY, 4-5 (May 1), Zankel 311 

Dear C&T Community, We'll have our final C&T Graduate Student Collaborative (SAC) meeting today, May 1, from 4-5 in Zankel 311.  Please come to share reflections on the year and goals for next year. We're eager to hear how people want to be involved and how to make involvement more accessible - if nothing else, …

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Columbia University, SVR Program TODAY (4/17/17): Masculinity, Media, and Sexual Violence 

Masculinity, Media, and Sexual Violence: Panel discussion on the brand of manhood that normalizes sexual violence through media messaging Monday, April 17th  6:00pm-8:00pm   Columbia University Law School Jerome Green Room 106   (Flyer attached) Panelists to include:  Byron Hurt Hip Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes award-winning documentary filmmaker, published writer, anti-sexist activist Sut Jhally Dreamworlds 3 and Tough Guise Professor of …

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C&T End of Year Potluck on Saturday, May 6 

Dear C&T community, The C&T Graduate Student Collaborative invites you to a C&T End of Year Potluck on Saturday, May 6th. Pizza will be provided. See the sign up sheet to add what you'd like to bring and to choose your preference for location / time of day. Reminder: We will meet today (April 17) …

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TCICP to host a three-day institute on Co-Teaching and Co-Planning on July 5-7 

We are excited to announce this summer's professional development offerings are now open for registration. On July 5-7 TCICP will be hosting a three-day institute on Co-Teaching and Co-Planning, designed for current co-teaching pairs who would like to deepen their work or new co-teaching pairs that would like to get a jump-start on planning for …

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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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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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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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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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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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Event Sponsored by the Creative Music Collective of TC on Tuesday, Feb. 28 

Close-up on Latin American Culture: Curriculum and the Arts in the Education Systems of Cuba and Ecuador José Criollo, National Coordinator of Artistic Curriculum in Ecuador will speak on Tuesday, Feb. 28 in Milbank Chapel from 7-8:30. Reception to follow.    

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C+T SAC Newsletter 

Dear C&T, Please read the newsletter below for updates from your Student Advisory Council (hereafter the 'Graduate Student Collaborative'). Some highlights: Thank you to everyone who made it out to the Teachers’ Gallery on Monday! We enjoyed learning from and with the 10 knowledgeable and passionate educators who shared their experiences and practices. A sincere …

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Upcoming C&T Events – Teachers’ Gallery, Conference 

Dear C&T Community, Thank you to everyone who submitted proposals to the upcoming conference! We're also excited about the interest expressed in attending the event!  Please join us at the conference! We also are looking for reviewers, panel moderators, and folks to support with logistics leading up to and on the day of the conference. …

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Free Recruitment Event, March 16 

On March 16th Stevens Cooperative School will be hosting our 2nd Annual Diversity Recruitment Event at our Newport campus, located at 100 River Drive S. in Jersey City, NJ. Participants will learn about the school’s mission, what it’s like to work at an independent school, and hear about the programs that make Stevens Cooperative School an exciting place to …

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Welcome back from your C&T Student Advisory Council 

Welcome Back! from your C&T Student Advisory Council Dear C&T community, We hope you all had a relaxing and enjoyable break, in spite of the incredibly difficult context in which we find ourselves. Our main goal this semester is to create a more welcoming space for C&T students. Please see this “council” as more of …

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Fantastic February Fun at City Museum 

The Museum of the City of New York has many exciting events coming up in February. More information is available here.

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Film Screening: Almost Sunrise 

The film Almost Sunrise will be playing at International House next Tuesday, January 31, at 7:30. Michael (the director, and one of Indu's friends) will be there, as will Anthony (one of the vets featured in the film), and WolfWalker (a Native healer who is in the film as well).

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Applied Linguistics and Language Education Lecture 

The Applied Linguistics & TESOL Program will be hosting our annual APPLE (Applied Linguistics and Language Education) Lecture on Friday, February 24, 2017, and we would like to cordially invite all faculty and students at Curriculum and Teaching to join this exciting event! Our speaker for this year is Professor James Pennebaker, Regent Centennial Professor and Executive Director of Project 2021 at …

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Call for Proposals for Graduate Student Conference 

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New Deadline – February 2, C&T Conference Call for Proposals 

Dear C&T community, Welcome back! The deadline for proposals for the C&T Graduate Student-Led Conference — Confronting Hostility, Cultivating Hope has been extended to FEBRUARY 2. Any and all ideas, work you already have, and works in progress are welcome. These can also be great opportunities to practice for upcoming presentations (AERA, anyone?).   Coming out …

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