Bank Tweeters, “The Little Bookstore That Could,” and more!
Happy New Year and welcome back!
Here’s this week’s roundup of the latest happening around Bank Street.
Bank Street In The News. How do we love The Bank Street Bookstore? New York Family counts the many, many ways in “The Little Bookstore That Could.”
Mark Your Calendars. This week we’re spotlighting two great upcoming events:
Comics in the classroom? You heard right. Don’t miss your chance to speak with notables William Ayers and Ryan Alexander-Tanner as they discuss the untapped potential of comics to engage learners in The 12th Annual Language Series Excellence in Language Instruction. Purchase your tickets today through Eventbrite.
It’s never too late to become a teacher, just make sure you register in time for our January 26 Forum for Career Changers.
Check out our full events listings here.
Tweet, Tweet. Who’s there? Well, it’s Linda Reing, Director of Alumni Relations, at the helm of @BSCAA. Guess who else is on Twitter? That’s right, it’s @bankstreetedu. Be sure to follow us!
Attention all students, alumni, faculty, and staff: If you have a Twitter account, Bank Street wants to know about it! Simply fill out this oh so short form and we’ll list you in our directory of Bank Tweeters (just think about the social media cachet it will bring).
Play attention to your food, argues alumnus (’77) and former faculty member Claire Wurtzel in her new book Funny Food. Written with her husband, jazz musician Bill Wurtzel, the authors maintain that creating healthy, silly food plates helps