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Graduate School

Each One Teach One 2014

Posted by Gretchen Adams on October 15, 2014

Each One Teach One is an annual event hosted by the Bank Street Council of Students (COS) to facilitate the sharing of ideas, research and experiences among graduate students and the larger Bank Street community. It began in 2012 and continues today as an open house style forum with Mini-Workshops ...

tagged: alumni, cos, faculty, school for children, students
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General Bank Street News

Getting Ready for Pre-K: An Institute for Educators

Posted by Nick Gray on August 11, 2014

Bank Street Partners with City to Get Thousands Ready for Pre-K On August 12, Bank Street College of Education kicks off the first sessions of a professional development institute for thousands of early childhood educators, in collaboration with the New York City Department of Education. The Institute, titled “Getting Ready ...

tagged: alumni, pre-k, teacher preparation
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School for Children

School for Children alumnus receives Guggenheim Fellowship

Posted by Carla Scheele on April 30, 2014

Bank Street School for Children alumnus D.T. (Daniel) Max SFC ‘75, author of The Family That Couldn't Sleep: A Medical Mystery (2006), and Every Love Story Is A Ghost Story: A Life of David Foster Wallace (2012), was one of 178 scholars, artists and scientists to receive a 2014 fellowship ...

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SFC Alumni

SFC Alumni in Action

Posted by Carla Scheele on April 21, 2014

School for Children alumni talk about how progressive education at Bank Street impacted their lives. The School for Children hosts an annual alumni panel discussion for a conversation with SFC alumni about how their progressive education at Bank Street has impacted their lives. This year's panel was a victim of ...

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Graduate School

Three Bank Street Graduates Make Top 20 List

Posted by Mihaela Schwartz on August 12, 2013

Child Life Council Annual Meeting From May 16-19, 2013, in Denver, Colorado, more than 1,000 child life specialists gathered for the 31st Child Life Council (CLC) Annual Conference on Professional Issues. This annual meeting is known as the largest annual gathering of child life specialists, worldwide. Participants include child life ...

tagged: alumni, award, child life, faculty
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School for Children

Bank Streeter Turned Marine Fights for Justice

Posted by Nick Gray on April 19, 2013

By Sean Piccoli When Anu Bhagwati, SFC '89, was invited to testify before Congress this year about sexual violence in the U.S. military, it was a breakthrough in work she had begun a decade earlier, and under very different circumstances. While serving as a Marine Corps captain at Camp Lejeune, ...

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Emory Campbell & Penn Center's Legacy

Posted by Nick Gray on February 14, 2013

Over 150 years after its founding, the Penn Center continues to inspire through its legacy of promoting freedom through education. In the above photo, a class visits in 2012. “This place will let you know, as you walk through with the Spanish moss hanging, that something happened here.” —Emory Campbell ...

tagged: alumni, diversity, history, pemberton, social justice
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Newark Charter School Extends Bank Street’s Reach

Posted by Caitlin Terry on February 07, 2013

On February 5, the Newark Educators’ Community Charter School (NECCS) hosted an event to celebrate the newest additions to their leadership team, Bank Street alumnae Dina Velez ’05, Principal, and Davia Franklyn ’97, Director of Teaching and Learning. Bank Street’s partnership with NECCS extends and strengthens the College's commitment to ...

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In Memoriam: Suzanne Berliss 1918-2012

Posted by Nick Gray on November 14, 2012

Sue (center) at a theater benefit planning tea in 1964 with Sally Kerlin (left) and Lynn Straus. Sue at a 1991 alumni association luncheon. Notable Bank Street alumna Suzanne Frankel Berliss ’71 passed

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Graduate School

DiMenna Children’s Museum Showcases a Bank Street Approach

Posted by Nick Gray on October 24, 2012

Nearly fifty Bank Street alumni, current students, and faculty members gathered at the New York Historical Society’s DiMenna Children's History Museum on October 19 for an educators’ talk commemorating the museum’s first anniversary. A museum-within-a-museum that occupies the New-York Historical Society's entire lower level, DiMenna includes character-based pavilions, a children's ...

tagged: alumni, bscaa, museum education
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Graduate School

At ‘Each One Teach One,’ Bank Street’s Reach on Display

Posted by Nick Gray on October 09, 2012

Bank Street is a tight-knit community, but in the daily hustle, it can be hard to stay updated on all the exciting projects that go on at the College. On September 29, the Graduate School’s Council of Students (COS) and Staff Council hosted Each One Teach

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A New Honor at the 15th Annual Alumni Awards

Posted by Elisabeth Jakab on May 31, 2012

In a ceremony featuring the inauguration of its new Recent Graduate Award, the Bank Street College Alumni Association (BSCAA) presented its 15th Annual Alumni Awards on May 18, 2012, in Bank Street’s Tabas Auditorium. According to Jesse Pugh, BSCAA President, Traditionally, BSCAA honors recipients for a distinguished body of work ...

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Graduate School

Helping the Lorax Speak for the Trees

Posted by Elisabeth Jakab on April 03, 2012

Ted Wells, a 2007 graduate of Bank Street's Childhood General Education program, teaches 4th grade at the Park School in Brookline, MA, and his students are savoring a heady accomplishment: their petition campaign succeeded in getting an environmental education message onto the website for the

tagged: alumni, change, environment, media, reading, social justice, ted wells
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Bank Street for Adults

Pemberton Society Honors The Penn Center's 150th Anniversary

Posted by Elisabeth Jakab on February 05, 2012

For Black History Month, the Pemberton Society will put on an exhibit in the Bankstreet Lobby of historic photographs and memorabilia from the Penn Center, the very first school for freed slaves, and the heart of the unique Gullah culture. The exhibit will also feature the work of such renowned ...

tagged: alumni, black history month, diversity, fern khan, history, long trip, pemberton society
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Development & External Relations

Best Of The Alumni Blog In 2011

Posted by Claire Daniel on December 27, 2011

With 2011 quickly coming to a close, it’s time we look back at the events and experiences that shaped the lives of our fellow Bank Streeters. What have our students and alumni been up to? Here is a sampling of the many wonderful posts featured on the Alumni Blog in ...

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