Aidan Quigley was the only candidate interviewed by the Board of Publications at a public meeting April 3.
The Ithaca College Board of Trustees is hosting a celebration to acknowledge the conclusion of the IC 20/20 strategic plan, which was terminated early.
“Who suffers? The students and the faculty. Rather than silos being a catalyst for student success, they are actually an impediment,” Capener said.
Bob Iger ’73, high-caliber Ithaca College alumnus and CEO of Disney, came to visit his alma mater Oct. 26 to speak to the college community.
Ithaca College’s “IC 20/20” strategic plan will wrap up in Spring 2017, allowing the next president of the college to implement their own larger vision for the college.
She and her husband, Roy H. Park — after whom the Roy H. Park School of Communications was named in 1989 — founded the Park Foundation in 1966, which has funded many projects at the college, in the community and across the nation.
Ithaca College has announced the members of the search committee for the college’s ninth president. The committee of 15 is made up of six members of the Ithaca College Board of Trustees, one dean, three faculty members, two staff members, two students and one alumni representative.
In order to emphasize the power women deserve and to shine a light on the underrepresentation of women, the Park School created its first-ever Women in Media Month, holding events that recognize influential women in the business.