This series aims to put human faces on faculty members who have been notified of their termination as a result of the Academic Program Prioritization.
Thirteen undergraduate teacher education majors at Ithaca College will be discontinued but most will be substituted with equivalent graduate programs.
Ithaca College will be terminating faculty members — including faculty of color — as a part of the APP process, but it is unclear how many faculty of color will be affected.
Ithaca College administrators held a Q&A session with students regarding their concerns with the Academic Prioritization Program process March 4.
The restaurant industry, which thrives on tourism and the ability for people to gather together in a space, has been hit extra hard by the pandemic.
It is crucial to remember that those who have sustained brain injuries are valuable members of our communities too and deserve utmost respect.
Members of the Department of Communication Studies are disappointed with the elimination of the communications studies major, which is being cut as a part of the APP process.
Administrators spoke about the COVID-19 pandemic and the Academic Program Prioritization (APP) process during the All-Student and Family Gathering.
The Open the Books coalition organized a candlelight vigil to honor the faculty members whose positions are being eliminated due to the APP.