College Briefs Oct. 27
Director of Facilities Services at Ithaca College left Oct.
College hosts business event for interested entrepreneurs
The Center for Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Social Change (IDEAS) will host a business expo for students of color at 4 p.m.
PA program to host a workshop for teenagers on medical careers
The Ithaca College Physician Assistant (PA) program is hosting a workshop for middle and high school students of color who are interested in a career in medicine.
Tickets on sale for performances by theater and dance students
The Center for Theatre and Dance is selling tickets to all scheduled productions for the 2022–23 academic year.
Coach buses for Cortaca offered for round trip to Yankee Stadium
Ithaca College is offering students the opportunity to ride in coach buses to the Cortaca Jug 2022 game Nov.
IC Unbound to hold auditions for students interested in dance
The IC Unbound Dance Company will be holding auditions at 7 p.m.
Ithaca Festival returned in June after two year COVID-19 delay
The Ithaca Festival returned to the community after two years of cancellations because of the COVID-19 pandemic with its traditional parade the night of June 2.
Participants needed for research survey conducted by students
Judith Pena-Shaff, professor in the Department of Psychology, and her research team of undergraduate students are conducting a study about the influence of culture and peoples’ well-being on social support and help-seeking behaviors among Latin American and Caribbean-born adults.
College changes grade deadlines for this May and following terms
The Academic Calendar Committee (ACC) announced that the college is adopting a new grade deadline practice beginning this May.
College measures interest in trip to NYC during Cortaca Jug 2022
Ithaca College has released a survey in an effort to measure student interest in a trip to New York City centered around the 2022 Cortaca Jug game at Yankee Stadium.
Mental health support offered through ICare referral process
In an effort to support struggling students, the college has asked for individuals who are having difficulty managing their mental health, or know someone else who is, to reach out for help.