College Announces 2001
Alumni Award Winners
year Teachers College in New York City honors its distinguished
following individuals were honored recently for their outstanding
contributions to society.
Dr. Betty L. Sullivan, co-founder of Use The News Foundation and
its affiliate, Sullivan Communications, Inc., in San Francisco.
Dr. Sullivan received an Ed.M. in 1984 and an Ed.D. in 1991 from
the Department of Languages, Literature and Social Studies of
the College. Additionally, she holds undergraduate and masters
degrees from the University of Mississippi.
Dr. Darlene Yee, a Professor of Gerontology in the College of
Health and Human Services at San Francisco State University. In
addition to her professorship, Yee is Coordinator of Long-Term
Care Administration and Director of the Health, Mobility and Safety
Laboratory. She is interested in gerontological health education,
long-term care administration, and safety research and education.
Dr. Edmund W. Gordon, who received
an Ed.D. in Child Development and Guidance from Teachers College,
in 1957, is the John M. Musser Professor Emeritus of Psychology
at Yale University and
the Richard March Hoe Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Education
at Teachers College. While at Teachers College he was Chairman
of the Department of Guidance, Trustee of the College Entrance
Examination Board, Director of the ERIC Clearinghouse in the Education
of the Disadvantaged, and Director of the
Institute on Urban and Minority Education.
He also returned to Teachers College in September of 2000 to act
as Interim Dean and Vice President for Academic Affairs.#
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