Ithaca College’s Model European Union team helped run, and was recognized at, a conference last week that drew delegations from around the world.
Tim Conners reflects on his experience fighting cancer, the events leading up to the diagnosis and what lies in store for his future.
Junior Emma Silen and senior Jennifer Greenland are leading a team of students who are providing consulting services to Hospicare and Palliative Care Services, Ithaca’s care center for the terminal.
As the current dean of the School of Humanities and Sciences prepares to depart from Ithaca College this June, the college has announced the appointment of an interim dean for the 2015–16 academic year.
As actor and activist Geena Davis visited Ithaca College on March 31, she was accompanied by a recent Ithaca College graduate who is a key media strategist with her institute.
As Ithaca College predicts a drop in its applicant pool by about 1,700 students for the 2015–16 academic year, the Office of Admission is employing new strategies for reaching out to accepted students to encourage them to enroll, while individual schools strengthen their current tactics.
Beth Harris, a retired associate professor in the Department of Politics, was arrested along with Ithaca resident Ariel Gold and three others for attempting to block the entrance to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee Policy Conference.
The Ithaca College Board of Trustees decided on which professors would receive tenure, promotion and emeritus status at its February meeting in New York City.
Ithaca College’s annual endowment returns side-by-side with the National average annual endowment returns as reported by the Nacubo-Commonfund Study of Endowments.
Ithaca College’s Faculty Council represents all faculty on campus in issues ranging from academic structure to benefits. Amid predictions of lower salary increments and the news of part-time faculty’s plans for unionizing, the council serves as a body of governance and counsel for its constituents.
The results of the Fall 2012 Campus Acceptance, Inclusion and Fairness Survey — commonly known as the campus-climate survey — indicate many perception gaps concerning inclusivity at Ithaca College among different identity groups.
The discussion of preparing college students for the workforce has been riding the tide of the 21st century, but with increasing perception gaps among students, employers and active members of the higher education community, the question remains as to what it means to be prepared — and if students truly are.