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We’re getting closer to opening our doors for Fall 2021! Zankel Hall missed you. 💙 If you’ll be walking through these doors for the fall semester, we wanted to share a friendly reminder that all individuals who plan to access campus on or after August 1 must submit proof of vaccination no later than 10 days in advance of the date which they plan to access campus. 👉 Find details on how to submit your information: https://www.tc.columbia.edu/preparedness/

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RT @SHI_America: New #identitycrisispod: A Quintessentially American Jewish Institution – Chancellor Shuly Rubin Schwartz @JTSVo…

RT @SHI_America: New #identitycrisispod: A Quintessentially American Jewish Institution – Chancellor Shuly Rubin Schwartz @JTSVoice joins @yehudakurtzer to chat about the challenges of leading in a polarized era and the value history as context for profound learning. – https://mailchi.mp/shi.org.il/identitycrisis-podcast-288332

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Dr. Rachel Rosenthal explores Talmudic stories on how to balance work and family to better understand how the rabbis saw their o…

Dr. Rachel Rosenthal explores Talmudic stories on how to balance work and family to better understand how the rabbis saw their obligations to Torah, to themselves, and to their families. https://www.jtsa.edu/work-life-balance-in-ancient-times-why-the-rabbis-left-their-homes-to-study-torah

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The Inclusive Storyteller

Learn more about MSM Artist Scholar Jarvis Green, founding artistic director of JAG Productions, in this moving short film produced by Deloitte .

JAG Productions is a Black theater company with a mission to tell stories that challenge hierarchies of race, gender, class and sexuality. Jarvis’ story is one of diversity, inclusion, and giving marginalized communities a voice through storytelling.

Jarvis Green is the founding artistic director of JAG Productions, a Black theater company with a mission to tell stories that challenge hierarchies of race,…

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Calling for Excessive Sugar Warnings

“Consumers want and deserve transparency from restaurants when it comes to making decisions about their health,” write NYC Council Member Mark Levine and Leslie Kroupa of TC’s Laurie M. Tisch Center for Food, Education & Policy in an op-ed about a new bill aiming to add sugar warnings in NYC chain restaurants.

https://www.tc.columbia.edu/articles/2021/july/calling-for-excessive-sugar-warnings/

In an op-ed, Lesley Kroupa from TC’s Tisch Food Center joins NYC Council member Mark Levine in support of a new public health bill

MSM unveils plans for new Student Union and Student Lounge – Manhattan School of Music

Scheduled to be completed this fall at MSM!! 🎶

President Gandre recently announced plans for two newly designed campus spaces: The Linda Bell Mercuro and Tobia G. Mercuro Student Union along with the centerpiece of the Union, The Baisley Powell Elebash Fund Student Lounge.

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Uncovering the Mysteries of Cerebral Palsy

A subsection of Cerebral Palsy patients are more effectively assisted by certain therapies than researchers previously believed, according to new research from TC’s Andrew Gordon.

https://www.tc.columbia.edu/articles/2021/july/uncovering-the-mysteries-of-cerebral-palsy/

In new research, TC’s Andrew Gordon and colleagues offer a clearer pathway for more effective treatment to address an elusive challenge within Cerebral Palsy cases

Standing with Our DACA Students | July | 2021 | Newsroom | Teachers College, Columbia University

Students and colleagues who are part of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program are cherished and essential members of our community, and we stand firm and united in our commitment to them and their families, and to the program as well. Please read President Thomas Bailey’s full message regarding our fierce disagreement with last Friday’s federal judge ruling:

https://www.tc.columbia.edu/articles/2021/july/standing-with-our-daca-students/

Teachers College, Columbia University, is the first and largest graduate school of education in the United States, and also perennially ranked among the nation’s best.

New Research Shows Impact of Covid & Systemic Racism on Black Students, Offers Policy Recommendations

A new study led by TC’s Sonya Douglass Horsford is the first of its kind to offer evidence to quantify the devastating repercussions of Covid-19 and police killings on the education of Black children in schools across the country, and makes policy recommendations. #TCFaculty

https://www.tc.columbia.edu/articles/2021/july/new-research-shows-impact-of-covid–systemic-racism-on-black-students/

In a study led by Sonya Douglass Horsford, the Black Education Research Collective breaks new ground in understanding how the trauma of 2020 has affected Black students and suggests policy changes to advance racial equity

Give to TC | Annual Giving | Giving | Teachers College, Columbia University

Before TC’s fiscal year closes in August, we encourage you to stand with our global community in supporting our students and faculty who continue to lay the groundwork in advancing innovative research, scholarship and practice across the disciplines. Whether you make a one-time gift at tc.edu/give or join our monthly donor community at tc.edu/monthlygiving, your contribution will make a strong impact on everything that happens on campus. Thank you for your support!

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We’re getting closer to opening our doors for Fall 2021! Zankel Hall missed you….

We’re getting closer to opening our doors for Fall 2021! Zankel Hall missed you. 💙 If you’ll be walking through these doors for the fall semester ➡️ a friendly reminder that all individuals who plan to access campus on or after August 1 must submit proof of vaccination no later than 10 days in advance of the date which they plan to access campus. 👉 Visit our link-in-bio for details on how to submit your information. #TCTogetherAgain
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Watch “The Catastrophist: A Theatre Talkback,” a conversation with the team behind the acclaimed virtual drama “The Catastrophis…

Watch “The Catastrophist: A Theatre Talkback,” a conversation with the team behind the acclaimed virtual drama “The Catastrophist,” a stirring meditation on scientific discovery, Judaism, family, life, and loss. Watch now: https://www.jtsa.edu/the-catastrophist-a-theatre-talkback

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The Olympics or the Barnard Greek Games? With the Tokyo Olympics officially sta…

The Olympics or the Barnard Greek Games?

With the Tokyo Olympics officially starting today, we are looking back on one of our beloved College traditions: the Barnard Greek Games. Beginning in 1903, class years faced off in athletic, music, and dance competitions. Some of the signature events included the chariot race and the torch race.

When you tune into this year’s Olympic games, make sure to cheer on Barnard alumna Alexis Sablone ’08 (@suminaynay) who will be competing on the first-ever USA Skateboarding National Team. 👏

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What are the impacts of our global food systems on people and the planet? What c…

What are the impacts of our global food systems on people and the planet? What can we learn from Indigenous communities and traditional food practices? How can a respect for faith and values make food systems more healthy, sustainable, and equitable?

To help answer these questions, the Faith + Food Coalition will host “Faith + Food: Planting Seeds for Change” on July 27, 2021 at 8 a.m. Central European Summer Time (2 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time in the US). The forum is open to all without […]

The @JewishEd and @JOFAorg present: The Gender Equity in Day Schools Network in partnership with The William Davidson School and…

The @JewishEd and @JOFAorg present: The Gender Equity in Day Schools Network in partnership with The William Davidson School and the Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education & Administration. Learn more about this important initiative: https://educator.jewishedproject.org/…/gender-equity…

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Take ESL Integrated Skills online with TC’s Community Language Program this fall. This class allows you to improve your overall English by working on skills including listening, speaking, reading, writing grammar and pronunciation. Levels are from Beginner to Advanced. To view the schedule, course description and registration information, please visit: tc.columbia.edu/communitylanguage/clp-courses/

Creating Space for Race: Conversations in Elementary Classrooms

“Conversations about race are not easy. But addressing this topic — especially with young children who are still shaping their perceptions of the world — is incredibly important.” Find strategies for integrating culturally inclusive learning into curriculum from TC’s Center for the Professional Education of Teachers.

https://cpet.tc.columbia.edu/news-press/creating-space-for-race-conversations-in-elementary-classrooms

Encourage curiosity and caring in young learners, and support an understanding and appreciation of differences.

After implementing four previous versions of the Jewish Court of All Time (JCAT)…

After implementing four previous versions of the Jewish Court of All Time (JCAT), a 10-week online simulation for Jewish middle school students, the organizers knew it was time to put race and racism on the pedagogic table. According to William Davidson School faculty member Dr. Meredith Katz, JCAT’s project director, “we really wanted to ask, how do students in Jewish day schools engage in conversation with those who are different from them, particularly around racial identity?” Read more about this special program in Gleanings: #linkinbio
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