Chris Biehn, vice president for institutional advancement and communication, will leave the college April 15.
As homelessness increases both nationally and locally, junior Chris Biehn is leading a student effort to raise awareness of homelessness in the Ithaca area.
“We continue to work to build it beyond that now and to strengthen the annual fund through alumni support, parent support and support from friends of the college,” Biehn said.
Ithaca College is beginning to encourage alumni volunteers to complete diversity and inclusion training, beginning with sessions during alumni weekend
Ithaca College head football coach Mike Welch ’73 announced Aug. 10 he will retire after 22 season as head coach. He has led the team to a 164–73 record during his tenure.
It is unclear what affect President Tom Rochon’s stepping down will have on fundraising. Chris Biehn, vice president for institutional advancement and communication, said he does not know how the comprehensive campaign, which began in 2014, will be affected.
Based on President Tom Rochon’s stated priorities for the year-and-a-half remainder of his tenure, one conclusion is for certain: He has finally seen some light.
The Ithaca College leadership has narrowed its areas of focus for the last 17 months of President Tom Rochon’s tenure. The college will focus on enhancing academics, strengthening engagement and growing the financial health of the college, while also continuing work on shared governance and diversity and inclusion.