July 24, 2021
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Q&A: Professor publishes op-ed on climate change

By | May 5, 2021

Praneeta Mudaliar, assistant professor in the Department of Environmental Studies and Sciences, co-authored an op-ed piece about global climate justice and international climate negotiations.


Double major finalized for Park school and H&S departments

By | Apr 22, 2021

A new preapproved double major was finalized between the documentary studies program and three departments in the School of Humanities and Sciences (H&S). 


Environmental studies department opposes faculty cuts

By | Feb 18, 2021

The Ithaca College Department of Environmental Studies and Sciences (ENVS) is voicing its opposition to the draft “Shape of the College” document.


Bees stay busy through campus closure

By | Oct 11, 2020

Jason Hamilton, professor in the Department of Environmental Studies and Sciences, will be left to take care of the apiary on his own.


Professor hosts empowering virtual qi gong practices

By | Sep 30, 2020

Anne Stork, assistant professor in the Ithaca College Department of Environmental Studies and Sciences, leads qi gong practices in Muller Chapel in Thursdays.


Natural Lands receives grants to increase accessibility

By | Sep 11, 2018

The Ithaca College Natural Lands received two $15,000 grants to fund paved roads to increase the accessibility of the Boothroyd Woods Trail.


Senior and professor study plastic film recycling at IC

By | Mar 21, 2018

Recycling makes up 20 percent of the college’s waste stream, not including composting, whereas the national household average is 35 percent.


Editorial: Climate change deserves more localized attention

By The Ithacan | Apr 12, 2017

But this apathy will only hurt the community in the end, as the effects of climate change are indifferent to whom it impacts.


Environmental journal Alluvian plants its roots on IC campus

By | Nov 9, 2016

Alluvian, which is published each season, is Ithaca College’s only online student-run environmental journal.


Commentary: Sustainably Conscious Community leaves impact

By | Feb 17, 2016

Just as ecosystems thrive with more biodiversity, sustainability initiatives thrive when diverse sets of people adopt it into their practices.


Ithaca College students help remove invasive grass species

By | Sep 30, 2015

Students and faculty managing the Ithaca College Natural Lands are in the process of removing what they hope is the last of an invasive species of plant known as Japanese stiltgrass after six years of sustained eradication efforts.


South Hill Forest Products spur student learning

By | Sep 3, 2014

Students involved in South Hill Forest Products are farming honey, syrup and mushrooms in the Ithaca College Natural Lands.