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August 19, 2018   |   Ithaca, NY

Student switches from science major to pursue passion

By | Apr 18, 2018

Sophomore Samantha Epstein said she found she was most passionate about the connections she made with both the other students and the locals in Thailand.

Art and biology students participate in creative collaboration

By | Mar 21, 2018

“In making art, ideally you know what is happening in your world,” Sarah Sutton said. “Understanding current science for art students is really important.”

Q&A: Teaching fellow wins award for genetics research

By | May 1, 2017

Opinion Editor Celisa Calacal spoke to Rodriguez about her research, the findings of her paper and the importance of studying evolution.

Easing up on our emotions

By | Apr 19, 2017

The extent to which one can navigate a mixture of emotions and rebound from stressful situations is a useful predictor of health outcomes.

Student researches effect of bombing range on remote island

By | Dec 8, 2016

Junior Danielle Bucior is a biology major conducting research about the contaminants the bombing left in the soil in Vieques.

Q&A: Ithaca College biology students research gene mutations

By | Oct 5, 2016

C. elegans, a specific type of roundworm, have been the subject of careful study for sophomore Leah Larsen and junior Jacqueline Alexander.

Ithaca College students monitor return of black bears

By | Apr 14, 2016

Menges and Miller are animal trackers. They said tracking is more than just following animal footprints through the woods — it is about being aware of their surroundings, and the body language and signals from nearby animals, including other people.

Professor researches antibiotic immunity of chlamydia

By | Feb 18, 2015

Dave Gondek, associate professor of biology at Ithaca College, is currently investigating foundational research concerning alternate treatments for diseases caused by these mutated bacteria.

Professor finds medical use for slug mucus

By | Sep 11, 2013

Andy Smith, Ithaca College professor and chair of the Department of Biology, stepped into the national media spotlight last month for his research on slugs that produce a glue that may eventually replace surgical stitches.