This is why we have a diversity issue in Ithaca College and this is why the campus stresses on propagating it.
IDEAS hosted “Discovering Your Story: Voices in Your Genealogy” on Feb. 27 in Klingenstein Lounge as part of its activities for Black History Month.
A survey of the service load of Ithaca College faculty members conducted in Spring 2018 indicates that faculty of color perceived they were doing more service work than their white counterparts.
One Ithaca College professor is looking into how teachers can better serve their communities by getting to know the resources they have available.
We’re here to represent you, to listen to you and honor your stories. We hope you join us on this journey to becoming a more representative, inclusive community newspaper.
The new student and transition office at the college should be applauded for going to these significant lengths to make sure first-generation students feel as welcome as possible.
I hope that any member of the Ithaca College community will feel welcome to join me for these important programs which showcase diverse and often underrepresented histories.
Although this is prevalent in most job industries in the Western world, academia is a key industry, as it is crucial for students to be led by people who accurately represent them.