F2F is a conversation co-sponsored by the Ithaca College Women’s and Gender Studies program and the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival.
Last spring, classes made a quick switch to remote instruction. The college created a reopening plan for fall that involved starting classes remotely.
Wade Pickren, director of the Center for Faculty Excellence, recently served as an editor for a special issue of the journal Theory & Psychology.
Julie Dorsey BS ’01 MS ’03 has developed the Women’s Mentoring Network, a program for female faculty and staff to support each other in their career goals.
La Jerne Cornish, newly appointed provost and senior vice president of academic affairs, recently announced two faculty-oriented initiatives.
A large percentage of the professors at this college have been excluded from consideration since they started teaching here, and it’s beyond time they get the recognition they deserve.
Faculty and students gathered at the Center for Faculty Excellence to discuss ways to incorporate sustainability into their course curricula.
“Who suffers? The students and the faculty. Rather than silos being a catalyst for student success, they are actually an impediment,” Capener said.
A ZAP Panel will be held on Dec. 3 for faculty and staff, and will feature student panelists sharing their personal experiences involving LGBTQ+ issues.
Faculty and staff members have launched the project, “From First Gen to the Front of the Room” to create a community between current first-generation students and faculty and staff who were also first generation.