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Olympian Nicole Ross Offers Encouragement to 2021 Grads

We’re cheering on Columbia Olympians like USA Fencing champ Nicole Ross during the #TokyoOlympics, and in honor of the sportsmanship and dedication of athletes around the globe, we share Ross’ inspiring words from our Convocation earlier this year. Learn more about our #LionsOlympians:

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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.

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

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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:>>>

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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 In a study led by Sonya Douglass Horsford, the Black Education Research Collective breaks new ground in understanding>>>

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Olympian Nicole Ross Offers Encouragement to 2021 Grads

We’re cheering on Columbia Olympians like USA Fencing champ Nicole Ross during the #TokyoOlympics, and in honor of the sportsmanship and dedication of athletes around the globe, we share Ross’ inspiring words from our Convocation earlier this year. Learn more about our #LionsOlympians: https://bit.ly/3iyMGB2

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.

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

Read More

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:>>>

Read More

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 In a study led by Sonya Douglass Horsford, the Black Education Research Collective breaks new ground in understanding>>>

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Episcopal Divinity School at Union launches new Journal of Latinx Anglican Theology

Lea en Español  |  Leia em Português Episcopal Divinity School at Union launches new Journal of Latinx Anglican Theology The Episcopal Divinity School at Union Theological Seminary in New York City announced today that it will be launching the Revista de Teologia Anglicana Latina, an online academic journal offering peer-reviewed academic articles on the encounter between Anglican theology and>>>

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Olympian Nicole Ross Offers Encouragement to 2021 Grads

We’re cheering on Columbia Olympians like USA Fencing champ Nicole Ross during the #TokyoOlympics, and in honor of the sportsmanship and dedication of athletes around the globe, we share Ross’ inspiring words from our Convocation earlier this year. Learn more about our #LionsOlympians:

Read More

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.

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

Read More

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:>>>

Read More

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 In a study led by Sonya Douglass Horsford, the Black Education Research Collective breaks new ground in understanding>>>

Read More

Episcopal Divinity School at Union launches new Journal of Latinx Anglican Theology

Lea en Español  |  Leia em Português Episcopal Divinity School at Union launches new Journal of Latinx Anglican Theology The Episcopal Divinity School at Union Theological Seminary in New York City announced today that it will be launching the Revista de Teologia Anglicana Latina, an online academic journal offering peer-reviewed academic articles on the encounter between Anglican theology and>>>

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The Morningside Heights neighborhood is home to the world's leading academic and religious institutions who together, create a truly unique community in which to live, learn, and grow.

Morningside Area Alliance facilitates partnerships between members and is a go-to source for neighborhood information.

Officers of the Board

Brent Dickman, President & Treasurer

Paula Mayo, Vice President

Isadora Wilkenfeld, Secretary

 

Executive Committee Members

Paula Mayo, Chair | Brent Dickman | Ariana González Stokas | Isadora Wilkenfeld

Committees & Roundtable Leadership

Matthew Camp, Chair: Policy Responders

Brent Dickman, Chair: Finance

Robin Reese, Chair: Communications

Isadora Wilkenfeld, Chair: Nominations