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TC Re(Unites): Alumni Authors’ Celebration

Celebrate with TC alumni authors who have recently published books — a variety of interesting, insightful, and  informative works now on display in the Gottesman Libraries! As National Book Month recognizes the importance of reading, writing and literature, we are excited to host Teachers College’s own, with great appreciation for their publishing achievements and contributions to the literature of education. Participating authors will give “lightning talks” on their writing journey and publication process, and also offer recommendations to aspiring authors, be they students, faculty, staff, or alumni.

Joining us in this special occasion will be:

Dale Atkins – (M.A. ’72). The Kindness Advantage

Arnaldo Cardona –  Higher and Postsecondary Education (M.A. ’07, M.Ed. ’08, Ed.D. ’13).  K-12 Landscape Architecture Education: An Interdisciplinary Curriculum Guide for Art, STEM and Vocational/Trade Educators and K-12 Architecture Education: An Interdisciplinary Curriculum Guide for Art, Design Educators, STEM and Vocational/Technical Teachers

Caroline Clauss-Ehlers  – Psychological Counseling (M.A., M.Ed. ’93), Counseling Psychology (Ph.D. ’99). Eating Together, Being Together: Recipes, Activities, and Advice from a Chef Dad and Psychologist Mom

Martha Eddy –  Applied Physiology (M.A. ’86),  Curriculum and Teaching in Physical Education (Ed.D. ’99)Mindful Movement: The Evolution of the Somatic Arts and Conscious ActionDynamic Embodiment of the Sun Salutation Pathways to Balancing the Chakras and the Neuroendocrine System

Deirdre Faughey – Teaching of English (M.A. ’05), Curriculum & Teaching (Ph.D. ’17). Restorative Literacy Practices

Lauren Leigh Kelly – English Education (Ph.D. ’16). Teaching with Hip Hop in the 7-12 Grade Classroom:
A Guide to Supporting Students’ Critical Development Through Popular Text

LaRuth Gray – 1958. School Desegregation and US Presidents: How the Role of the Bully Pulpit Affected Their Decisions

Joseph Lao –  Developmental Psychology (M.A. ’85, Ph.D ’99).  Resistance to Belief Change: Limits of Learning

Claire Wallace – International Educational Development, ’19.  Juego de Palabras


This inaugural Alumni Authors’ Celebration will help kick off TC (Re)Unites, Teachers College’s reimagined reunion for alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends and neighbors of the College.  Light refreshments will be served.

Where: Collaboration Space, Second Floor

Read more about October Staff Picks: Celebrating Alumni.



Oct 13 2023


4:00 pm - 5:30 pm


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Formats (virtual, in person, hybrid)



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