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It’s happening this week. Cheers to our 2021 graduates, who we will celebrate v…

🎉 It’s happening this week. Cheers to our 2021 graduates, who we will celebrate virtually on Thursday April 29th at 8 pm ET. Swipe ➡️ for the week’s festivities, starting with our first Medalist Series conversation tonight, and learn more at our link in bio. 📸 Angela Merici Adem (MA, Education Policy). #ComeTogetherTCby teacherscollege

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Fostering “the next generation of environmental scientists and activists” is one…

Fostering “the next generation of environmental scientists and activists” is one of the most critical components of sustainability work, says TC’s Oren Pizmony-Levy, Director of the College’s Center for Sustainable Futures, which gathered eco-conscious organizers recently to discuss strategies to engage youth in grassroots efforts. ➡️ Swipe for can’t-miss moments of knowledge from the>>>

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While today’s guilty verdicts convicting Derek Chauvin “will not lessen the pain…

While today’s guilty verdicts convicting Derek Chauvin “will not lessen the pain, anguish, anger and trauma felt by Mr. George Floyd’s loved ones and the nation,” the conviction “potentially represents forward movement in the fight for social justice,” writes TC President Thomas Bailey in a message to the community. “[At TC,] we will continue to take a harder look into the mirror, and apply an>>>

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Virtual hats off to you, Class of 2021! We want to see your @columbia grad filt…

Virtual hats off to you, Class of 2021! 🎓 We want to see your @columbia grad filter selfies, at-home celebrations, Zoom parties, and more as we move closer to the 2021 Virtual Convocation. Tag us and #ComeTogetherTC to share your #TCWay spirit throughout the festivities, and remember to tune in on Thursday, April 29 at 8 pm ET for the main celebration. 🎉 . 📸 @rakshasule (EdM ’21, International>>>

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Everything has been called into question: how we work, how we teach and learn, h…

Everything has been called into question: how we work, how we teach and learn, how we view human difference, and how we understand the guiding premises of our democracy. During 2020 — as in so many past eras — TC faculty, students and alumni were in the forefront of addressing these huge challenges. In our Annual Report, we bring you the story. Learn more at our link-in-bio.by

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Honored as one of this year’s @cnnheroes, TC alumnus David Flink (MA ’08) is mak…

Honored as one of this year’s @cnnheroes, TC alumnus David Flink (MA ’08) is making a difference for children with ADHD and dyslexia through his work as the founder and CEO of @e2enational, which teaches kids through mentorship that “they can achieve anything.” Learn more about Flink and his award-winning work in our Stories. #TCAlumni #TeachersCollege #ColumbiaUniversityby teacherscollege

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With deep appreciation for our Teachers College faculty, we were happy to honor …

With deep appreciation for our Teachers College faculty, we were happy to honor them recently with Faculty Appreciation Week. Our celebrations looked different this year, but it was wonderful to safely see our faculty on campus and share our gratitude for their contributions to our community with a COVID-safe farmer’s market. We’re looking forward to seeing everyone back on campus>>>

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This year’s can’t-miss, virtual Convocation celebration includes our Medalist S…

⭐ This year’s can’t-miss, virtual Convocation celebration includes our Medalist Series — in-depth conversations between recipients of the 2020 Medal for Distinguished Service and TC faculty members, happening between April 26 and April 29th. Join us for thought-provoking discourse with @shannonrwatts, founder of @MomsDemand; @Harvard Professor Mahzarin R. Banaji; and @Stanford researcher Carol>>>

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Examining 100 years of dance history beginning with the Harlem Renaissance, the …

Examining 100 years of dance history beginning with the Harlem Renaissance, the inaugural Arnhold Institute symposium on April 8th will focus on two early Black leaders who shaped the field of dance and dance education at the crossroads of Teachers College and beyond: TC alumna Beryl McBurnie and Charles Holston Williams. 👉 Register at our link-in-bio. 📸 Pictured: McBurnie (far right) was a>>>

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Stressed out? Swap your scrolling for a breathing exercise led by TC alumna @ste…

Stressed out? Swap your scrolling for a breathing exercise led by TC alumna @stephaniesimpsoncoaching (M.A. ’19, Clinical Psychology), a professional coach, speaker, artist, and educator. For more quick & easy de-stress exercises, check out Part 2! . . #stressmanagement #psychology #mentalhealth #wellness #empowerment #positivepsychology #wellbeing #mindfulness #awareness #mindbodyspirit>>>

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“We must come together as one not only to condemn all acts and expressions of ra…

“We must come together as one not only to condemn all acts and expressions of racism directed toward our Asian and Asian American sisters and brothers, but also (and especially) to marshal our intellectual and moral energies to combat racism and hate in all its forms.” In a message to the community, President Thomas Bailey responds to the horrifying shooting in Atlanta, Georgia, that killed eight>>>

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On the anniversary of New York City’s first death from COVID-19, we pause in rem…

On the anniversary of New York City’s first death from COVID-19, we pause in remembrance of the more than 500,000 Americans and 2.6 million people worldwide who have died from COVID. The pain and anguish we feel are deep, and will remain with us. Let us all take this day as a reminder for all of us to help keep our communities safe by physical distancing, wearing masks and following CDC guidance>>>

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On the one-year anniversary of when Teachers College began operating remotely, w…

On the one-year anniversary of when Teachers College began operating remotely, we reflect on the resilience and strength of our community during the most challenging of times. “Even as we acknowledge the physical and psychological toll the pandemic has had on our lives – and even as we mourn the loss of more than 500,000 fellow Americans and nearly 2.6 million people worldwide – we finally have>>>

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