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Microplastic Madness Screening

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How to Teach an Additional Language: To Task or Not to Task? -- A Public Talk by Prof. Kris Van den Branden

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Climate Museum Pop-up Tour

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Handbook of Research on Teachers of Color & Indigenous Teachers, with Conra Gist & Travis Bristol

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HUD Proseminar/Brown Bag Fall 2022 Presents: Dr. Ben Lovett - Testing Accommodations: From Psychometrics to Clinical Decision Making

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Don’t Look Up: Teachers Navigating Between Different Global Educational Movements in Times of Climate Crisis

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Live Music: Voce Vibranti: Teachers College's Vocal Chamber Ensemble

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A Round Table: Teacher Inquiry in Conversation

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Book Launch: Meaningless Citizenship: Iraqi Refugees and the Welfare State

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Take Action on Student Loan Forgiveness

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Live Music: Nicholas DiMaria Trio

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Making an Impact: in the Classroom: The Role of the Chinese Language Teacher -- A Panel Discussion

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Artivism: Orchestrating Activism: Notes on Music, Audience, & History from 1930s Brazil, with Micah Oelze

From: 2022-11-28 4:0 PM
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CSSG's meeting #5 - Views of Education during the Sixth Extinction

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Artivism: Challenges to Social Transformation in Arts: Martial, with Andrej Sadej & Priscilla Gagné

From: 2022-11-21 4:30 PM
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HUD Proseminar/Brown Bag Fall 2022 Presents: Development of Emotion Regulation Neurobiology & Parental Care

From: 2022-11-16 11:15 AM
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Workshop: Cities in Shapes, with Lindsey Jones

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Live Music: Claremont Strings & Ensemble

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State of the College 2022

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Social Media for Educators: Social media trends to engage your students

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Book Talk: Mother Brain, with Chelsea Conaboy

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Guest Talk: Your Song Sets Me Free: Literacy in the Groove & Off the Grid, with Emery Petchauer

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International Transcultural Studies (ITS) Workshop: Educating for the Anthropocene: Schooling and Activism in the face of Slow Violence

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Artivism: A Few of My Long-Term Feminist Art Projects (1978 -2022), with Mónica Mayer y Victor Lerma

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How's School? Podcast: Reimagining School Safety (Episode 5 with Sonali Rajan)

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Art Talk: Black Women as Subjects in Fine Art & Public Art Initiatives, with Monben Mayon, Danielle Mastrion & Jalese Ayana

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Launch of Interfaith Research Lab at Teachers College

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Art Talk: Black Women as Subjects in Fine Art & Public Art Initiatives, with Monben Mayon, Danielle Mastrion & Jalese Ayana

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Artivism: Embracing the Natural Art Around Us for Self-Reflection and Personal Growth, with Anne Warburton

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Shalom-Salam: Exhibit, Reception & Panel on Peace, Love, Hope & Unity in Children's Art

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LGBTQIA+ History Month Panel

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Livestream: Defending the Color Line, with John B. Diamond

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Live Music: Nicholas DiMaria Trio

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Climate Change Education at the NYC Department of Education

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Artivism: Theater as a Tool for Liberation, with Margarita Espada

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Pathways to environmental and sustainability policies: A comparative case study of three large US school districts

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TBB-ers Vocal Workshop

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Book Talk: Eating Together, Being Together, with Caroline S. and Julian Clauss-Ehlers

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Live Music: Claremont Strings & Ensemble

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How to teach global challenges like climate change? A solution focused teaching approach.

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Artivism: Using Creativity to Drive Sustainable Change, with Andrea Samantha Paltzer

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Interactive Art-making for Children and Families

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Freedom Dreaming for Educational Justice

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A Bigger World by Fabienne Berthaud - Being in the World Festival

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Book Talk: A Visit to the Bahamas from A-Z, with Veronica McFall & RJ Jenkins

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10th Annual LANSI Conference

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Opening: "Peacing Shirley," with Monben Mayon

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Teaching the Whole Child Through Dance: Moving Beyond Mind Supremacy

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How's School? Podcast: Listening to Young People (Episode 1 with Limarys Caraballo)

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Artivism: The Inspiration Show, with Alison Cohen

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Pierre Rabhi by Marie-Dominique Dhelsing - Being in the World

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HUD Proseminar/Brown Bag Fall 2022 Presents: The New Science of Thought Imaging: How Concepts and Knowledge Are Organized in The Brain

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Mariposa / Butterfly: An Inspirational Flight!, with Polly Ferman

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Artivism: The Power of Art for Social Transformative Life Progressing Experiences, with Carolina Cambronero Varela & Argie Moutafis Agelarakis

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Book Talk: K-12 Landscape Architecture, with Arnaldo Cardona

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Artivism: Art Made of Recyclable Materials, with Krystyna Sadej

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Climate Week NYC | Improving Climate Change Education with International Large-Scale Assessments

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HUD Proseminar/Brown Bag Fall 2022: Promoting Early Relational Health in Pediatric Primary Care

From: 2022-09-21 11:15 AM
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Book Presentation: Columbia University & Chile: Over 100 Years of History, with Carla Magri, Nara Milanich & Juan Gabriel Valdés

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Book Talk: Why Didn't You Tell Me? A Memoir, with Carmen Rita Wong

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U.S. Constitution Day - The Right to Privacy Post-Dobbs

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Climate Change: Facts, Fears, and our Future

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Studio Workshop: Linocut Fish

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Visiting Scholar Speaker Series

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SALT Virtual Lecture Series Presents Dr. Ruth Wodak

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Who is the ‘guardian of the sea’? A Narrative Practice Approach analysis of a short story book on the main character’s environmental identity construction

From: 2022-09-07 9:0 AM
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SPA|NYC New School Design Exhibition

From: 2022-08-13 10:0 AM
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Workshop: Understanding Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Sources

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SPA|NYC Book Talk | We're Not Ok

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Ice-Cream Social

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Reimagining Education: Teaching, Learning and Leading for a Racially Just Society

From: 2022-07-11 8:0 AM
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Climate and Sustainability Study Group: Climate Change and Education

From: 2022-07-06 8:0 PM
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Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) Training

From: 2022-09-11 10:0 AM
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School Violence Prevention and Intervention Workshop

From: 2022-09-10 12:45 PM
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Child Abuse Identification and Reporting Workshop

From: 2022-09-10 10:0 AM
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Education Moving Forward: Anti-LGBTQIA+ Policies & Current Curricular Practices

From: 2022-06-16 2:0 PM
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Online Groupwork Strategies

From: 2022-06-01 12:0 PM
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Measuring indicators on education for sustainable development and global citizenship education with International Large-Scale Assessments

From: 2022-05-25 9:0 AM
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Teachers College Convocation

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Leverage Asynchronous Learning to Promote Student Agency

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Advocacy Academy Interest Group Session

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REAL Doc with Ashley Beccia

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Strategies and Skills For Effective Salary Negotiations

From: 2022-04-18 6:0 PM
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April LANSI Data Session

From: 2022-04-16 9:30 AM
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ITS Workshop: "Bottom-Up Mobilization of Educational Rights in Haredi Schools: Insights from Israel and New York"

From: 2022-04-12 3:0 PM
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Movie Night--Honoring Good Trouble

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The 5th Annual Rural Education & Healthcare Symposium External

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ITS Workshop: "Learning technology systems in everyday life: women’s experiences navigating refugee resettlement"

From: 2022-04-08 12:0 PM
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LANSI Advanced Studies Virtual Workshop - Epistemic Orientations in Action Sequences Initiated from Unknowing (K-) positions

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Book Launch: Spatial Concepts for Decolonizing the Americas

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Intro to SPSS Workshop

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Human~Nature Entanglements Workshop

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TC Teach-In on Climate and Justice

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REAL Doc with Michelle Stabler-Havener

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2022 Annual Tisch Lecture with Bettina Love

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6th Annual Strategies for Social Healing Event

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Physical Activity as Medium—Not Medicine—for Public Health Impact

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TS Workshop: Trust in Education in the South Caucasus: Examining the Institutional Trust-Policy Attitudes Nexus

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Youth Mental Health First Aid

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TCP Workshop "Teaching with Authentic Materials"

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Shalom-Salam: Exhibit, Reception & Panel On Peace, Love, Hope & Unity In Children's Art • Morningside Area Alliance
Shalom-Salam: Exhibit, Reception & Panel on Peace, Love, Hope & Unity in Children's Art

Shalom-Salam: Exhibit, Reception & Panel on Peace, Love, Hope & Unity in Children’s Art

First Time Display Inspires Arab & Israeli Children’s Message in Current War Times

Please join us for a special celebration and panel discussion on love and peace, hope and unity shown in children’s art, inspired by the newly launched exhibit, “Let Us Put Out the Fire of War”, Part One of the Passow Collection of Israeli Children’s Peace Art, on display for the first time in the Offit Gallery of Gottesman Libraries at Teachers College, Columbia University. This collection of artwork by 9-11 year old Arab and Jewish children, highlights long lasting-hope for peace, with shared symbols of our humanity and mutual respect for national identity, friendship, world heritage, and most importantly, education. The artwork was created in a school program sponsored by the International Cultural Center for Youth, in Jerusalem, shortly after the 1967 Six-Day War.

The panel will look at the important role of children and art expression in peace, conflict resolution, and peace-building efforts through informed lenses: government, civil society, accredited United Nations’ organizations, and academia.

“Much research has shown that the bringing children together from conflicting cultures can bridge divides and create harmony and peace,” says Dr. Judy Kuriansky, who has over many years conducted artistic expressions workshops for children all over the world, including in the Middle East. “Creating art together encourages friendship and mutual understanding which are critical for adults, and our confict-compromised world today.”

In building awareness and engagement, the exhibit and discussion encourage deep conversation and reflection about the meaning and realization of peace, recognizing  the qualities that bind us together, whatever our origins or beliefs, to bring about the peaceful world we want.

“We are honored at the Gottesman Libraries to curate and share this unique exhibit, which has rarely been seen, but is so timely today,” says Jennifer Govan, Library Director and Senior Librarian at Teachers College, Columbia University. “The children’s message is so important for our educational institution and also all our students from such diverse backgrounds.”


PRESENTERS:

H.E. Ambassador Feda Abdelhady-Nasser is Deputy Permanent Observer of the State of Palestine to the United Nations. Ambassador Nasser has served in this role since 2013; prior, she was Special Political Adviser to the Minister Palestine Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2005-2006), and First Secretary, Counselor, and First Counselor to the Permanent Observer Mission of Palestine to the United Nations (1992-2005). She has an M.A. in Educational Leadership and Administration from Rutgers University and a B.A. in Political Science/International Relations from New York University. Ambassador Nasser will speak on the cause of peace and justice for Palestine and her commitment to international peace, justice, cooperation and coexistence on the basis of respect for international law and human rights, particularly with regard to women.

 

Dr. Judy Kuriansky is an internationally known clinical psychologist, humanitarian, author, and United Nations NGO representative. Professor of Psychology and Education in the Department of Clinical Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University for 20 years, she taught The Psychology of Intimacy, and, now Psychology at the United Nations, a special seminar where students learn about psychologists’ role in global mental health; gain unique access to diplomats; and participate in major meetings of the Commission on the Status of Women, Commission for Social Development, World Interfaith Harmony Week, and International Day of Happiness. At the United Nations for two decades, she is the main NGO representative for the International Association of Applied Psychology and World Council for Psychotherapy, and co-founder of the UN Group of Friends of Mental Health and Well-being. An award-winning journalist well known on radio and TV, Dr. Kuriansky is the author / editor of many books, including Beyond Bullets and Bombs: Grassroots Peacebuilding between Israelis and Palestinians (Praeger, 2007) and Terror in the Holy Land: Inside the Anguish of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (Praeger, 2006), among many other writings. Dr. Kuriansky will speak on her scholarship and work in the Middle East, with relevance to ongoing world conflicts and her continuing involvement in global peace initiatives.

 

Yiming (Emily) Sang completed her bachelor’s degree in Fine Art at the University of Pennsylvania and is currently a Master’s student in Art and Art education at Teachers College, Columbia University. Emily serves as the President of the Sino-American Youth Foundation, a non-profit foundation promoting international communication via art and culture. She also serves as the Youth Goodwill Ambassador to the Fashion for Development for United Nations SDGs goals. She was honored by Maurice R. Greenberg, Chairman and CEO of American International Group, as Outstanding Youth for promoting international cultural communication in 2019. Currently, Emily is working as Library Associate for Art and Design, in the Gottesman Libraries, Teachers College, Columbia University. Emily co-curated and designed the exhibit “Let Us Out Out the Fire of War” which incorporates her original drawings in the Offit Gallery’s banners. Emily will speak on the design and curation, and how artwork with children inspires change.

 

Moderating the discussion are Ms. Melanie Schneider, graduate student in Psychology and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University, and Ms. Chantel Hover, Columbia University alumna (B.A., Political Science). Closing remarks are by Ms. Nida Ahmed, Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Master’s student in Clinical Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University, with a concentration in Global Mental Health and Trauma. “Stand Up for Peace” and Hope is Alive” will be sung by Teachers College alumnus Russell Daisey, international musician and composer.

The event includes light luncheon; welcome collaborative art making; and a gallery tour of the children’s artworks, introduced by Ms. Jennifer Govan, Library Director and Senior Librarian.


The event is held in-person. Be sure to RSVP by November 1 to assure a seat.

Where: 306 Russell / Offit Gallery

 


To request disability-related accommodations, contact OASID at oasid@tc.edu(212) 678-3689, as early as possible.

Date

Nov 03 2022
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Time

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Formats (virtual, in person, hybrid)

In-Person

Venue

Teachers College - Russell Halll
525 W 120th St #91, New York, NY 10027

Organizer

Teachers College, Columbia University

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