Four annual competitions housed in the Park School are coming together for the first time in the form of The Park Digital Sideshow.
Over the summer, the School of Humanities and Sciences added a third 3-D printer to its existing fleet. The new printer and its accompanying scanner will allow students and staff members across a wide academic spectrum easier access to 3-D replication equipment.
With everyday advances in technology, new resources are becoming increasingly available to students. As a working example of this, Ithaca College joined the likes of neighboring Cornell University last December by purchasing its own 3-D printer.
The natural science departments at Ithaca College are in the process of submitting a proposal to the School of Humanities and Sciences to create a 3-D printing facility.