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As the number of incarcerated youths in the United States continues to grow, Marybeth Zeman ’09G is using her experience as a teacher and librarian to help young inmates cope with life on...

As the number of incarcerated youths in the United States continues to grow, Marybeth Zeman ’09G is using her experience as a teacher and librarian to help young inmates cope with life on...

As Latasha Jones ’13Ed.D. sees it, obstacles are opportunities that help build character. A teacher of middle-school students with special needs, Jones recently steered her class at...

As Latasha Jones ’13Ed.D. sees it, obstacles are opportunities that help build character. A teacher of middle-school students with special needs, Jones recently steered her class at...

As food service manager for the New York City Department of Education’s School Food program, Gregory Secor ’02CPS found a career that melds his culinary talents and managerial skills with his commitment to serving others.
As food service manager for the New York City Department of Education’s School Food program, Gregory Secor ’02CPS found a career that melds his culinary talents and managerial skills with his commitment to serving others.
Eric James '11C received the award for best oral presentation in neuroscience at the 2014 national meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS), held this past October in Los Angeles, CA.
Eric James '11C received the award for best oral presentation in neuroscience at the 2014 national meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS), held this past October in Los Angeles, CA.
I was a 19-year-old studying criminal justice with students in their 30s and 40s, who were already established, and had been through what was coming for me,” he said. “I developed focus and became more mature. I also started making contacts.”
The journey of Soribel Genao, Ph.D. ’03CPS brought her from the low-income Manhattan neighborhood of her youth to her current success as a noted educator.

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