If students are Ithaca College’s “why,” then why are those same students being ignored and talked down to?
As technology becomes more common in the classroom, faculty and students are entering a debate as to whether it hinders or benefits learning.
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.
The first three days of the program are dedicated to classroom components of personal self-awareness, while the fourth is for simulated training.
Joslyn Brenton, assistant professor of sociology at Ithaca College, discusses attending three different colleges in four years, love and relationships, and why college is the best time to explore open-mindedness.
How can IC retain excellent instructors and maintain the quality of the education they provide our students, when we leave them to struggle, living paycheck to paycheck, on semester to semester commitments, year after year?
The list of professors at Ithaca College who were awarded tenure for 2015–16 was announced Feb. 21. However, missing from the list were the names of the professors that POC at IC demanded be given immediate tenure.
Rochon’s total compensation for the 2013 calendar year, the most recent year for which data is available, was $458,318. This includes base pay, bonus pay, nontaxable and “other.”
Faculty Council is being criticized by faculty members for releasing the results of the faculty no confidence vote to Ithaca College President Tom Rochon and the Ithaca College Board of Trustees before the rest of the college community.
A majority of faculty members have voted no confidence in President Tom Rochon as the results of the Faculty Council no confidence vote were released the morning of Dec. 14.