Ithaca Music Forum to host lecture featuring gospel music scholar
The Ithaca Music Forum is presenting a lecture by Alisha Lola Jones, a gospel music scholar, at 5 p.m.
College to host discussion about solidarity against Islamaphobia
Building upon the legacy of Muslim American and Japanese American solidarity since 9/11, #VigilantLOVE is a healing and arts-driven organization that creates spaces for connection and grassroots movement to ensure the safety and justice of communities impacted by Islamophobia.
College to hold feedback sessions for new diversity statement draft
In accordance with the work being done through the new strategic plan, the Campus Climate Action Group (CCAG) was tasked with drafting a new diversity statement for Ithaca College.
Women’s network creates club to discuss books about diversity
The Ithaca College Women’s Mentoring Network created a book club focused on the topics of diversity, equity and inclusion.
Students attend science event to showcase physics process
Ithaca College sophomore Muhtasim Hossain, juniors Oluwasekemi Odumosu and Joshua Schmidt, and Matthew Sullivan, professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, participated in the World Science Festival’s City of Science event.
IMC professor publishes article about social media assignment
Arhlene Flowers, associate professor in the Department of Strategic Communication at Ithaca College, published the article “Learning about Diversity Worldwide: How a Social Media Writing Assignment Provides Students with Multicultural Perspectives” in Volume 6, Issue 1 of the Journal of Public Relations Education.
Theatre Arts Department hosts ‘Wheels for Women’ cabaret
Ithaca College’s Department of Theatre Arts’ senior class will present the ninth annual “Wheels for Women” benefit cabaret at 7 p.m.
IC writing professor publishes short story in a fiction journal
Raul Palma, assistant professor in the Department of Writing, published his short story “Never Through Miami” in the Fall 2019 issue of The Greensboro Review.
Ithaca College professor releases video set for The Great Courses
James Pfrehm, associate professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at Ithaca College, created a video set course titled “Learning German: A Journey through Language and Culture” that was released by The Great Courses.