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MSM Neighborhood

“Coming from a smallish town, it is really comforting for me to have a ‘home-away-from-home’ place to live. It’s really quiet up here; it’s clean, it’s safe.” -Allison Gieringer (Musical Theatre, BM ’20) Watch this video to learn more about MSM's surrounding neighborhood and what it's like to live here as a student! #MSMneighborhood #MorningsideHeights #UpperWestSide #StudentLife

MSM Neighborhood2019-06-24T14:14:00-04:00

A Musical Brain May Help Us Understand Language And Appreciate Tchaikovsky

Humans have pitch bias. Monkeys, a new study shows, apparently do not.Compared with monkeys, humans have a brain that is extremely sensitive to a sound's pitch. And that may reflect our exposure to speech and music.

A Musical Brain May Help Us Understand Language And Appreciate Tchaikovsky2019-06-24T10:00:00-04:00

Math teachers — Strengthen student foundations of mathematical meaning and retention with strategies…

Math teachers — Strengthen student foundations of mathematical meaning and retention with strategies for success in meeting performance standards with our MathCamps for both elementary educators (7/8 - 7/12) and middle school educators (7/15 - 7/18)! https://bit.ly/2RhVOfo

Math teachers — Strengthen student foundations of mathematical meaning and retention with strategies…2019-06-24T03:26:55-04:00

Barry Goldenberg (Ph.D. ’19) Leaves a Footprint in Harlem

With faculty from TC’s Institute for Urban and Minority Education and community leaders, Barry Goldenberg (Ph.D. ’19) collaborated to launch Youth Historians in Harlem — a program that empowered Harlem high school students to learn about the rich history of their storied neighborhood [as it faces gentrification]. https://www.tc.columbia.edu/articles/2019/june/barry-goldenberg/ Graduate Gallery 2019

Barry Goldenberg (Ph.D. ’19) Leaves a Footprint in Harlem2019-06-24T03:26:57-04:00

La Scala May Slow Down in Summer, but the Show Goes On

Find out what takes place in Italy's premier music theater La Scala in the summertime -- from the costume and scene workshops, to lowering an cleaning the huge chandelier. An upgraded stage and changing social mores throughout Italy mean that La Scala’s offerings are practically year-round.

La Scala May Slow Down in Summer, but the Show Goes On2019-06-24T03:41:12-04:00

JTS (@JTSVoice )

Calling all teens! Join us for Prozdor where you'll explore tough questions, get 21st century answers, and experience Jewish learning for life. Begins on September 15. http://www.jtsa.edu/prozdor-teen-learning …pic.twitter.com/3wuO1m7Wih

JTS (@JTSVoice )2019-06-22T14:40:14-04:00

JTS (@JTSVoice )

Join us for "The Art of Healing," a day of experiential learning for spiritual caregivers and community members. http://www.jtsa.edu/the-art-of-healing-2019 …pic.twitter.com/ZTwVLDaoTh

JTS (@JTSVoice )2019-06-22T14:40:13-04:00

JTS (@JTSVoice )

How can we take everyone’s feeling into account when we praise or reprimand? Explore traditional commentaries on #Behaalotekha with Dr. Walter Herzberg #JTStorah http://www.jtsa.edu/modeling-behavior-for-the-sake-of-humankind …

JTS (@JTSVoice )2019-06-22T14:40:11-04:00

JTS (@JTSVoice )

Headed to the Berkshires this summer? Join JTS faculty members for intriguing lectures inspired by the local arts season. Sessions take place on July 12, July 26, and August 9. http://www.jtsa.edu/berkshires pic.twitter.com/VF1BW8ZQhX

JTS (@JTSVoice )2019-06-22T14:40:11-04:00

JTS (@JTSVoice )

Mark your calendars for Prospective Student Weekend on September 20-22! http://www.jtsa.edu/psw2019 

JTS (@JTSVoice )2019-06-22T14:40:09-04:00
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