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Metzgar came to Ithaca College 10 years ago and has been working with students as a nurse practitioner at the Hammond Health Center up until her promotion to director of Student Health Services.

Q&A: Longtime IC Student Health Services employee promoted

By Caroline Grass, Staff Writer February 15, 2022
Jennifer Metzgar has been appointed as the new director for Student Health Services at Ithaca College, replacing former director, Ellyn Selin-Sellers.
Raj Subramaniam, professor in the Department of Health Promotion and Physical Education, works with students in Teaching Fitness in Physical Education on March 24 in Ben Light Gymnasium.

School of HSHP education majors eliminated

By Jordan Broking, Staff Writer March 24, 2021
The health education, physical education and dual degree in both health and physical education are among the programs to be cut as part of the APP process.
Junior clinical health studies major Carolyn Langer wants to use holistic elements in her practice including music, drawing, as well as natural and outdoor aspects.

Commentary: Physical therapists can paint outside the lines

By Carolyn Langer February 13, 2020
I would like to shine light upon how much larger the coloring book of being a physical therapist can be. 
In November, a group of students delivered health promotion lessons to youth at the Salamanca City Youth Center. They pose with snack bags they packed for the children.

Q&A: Professor brings students to teach health at NY youth center

December 3, 2019
The City of Salamanca is unique because it is one of the only U.S. cities located almost entirely within the Seneca Nation Territory.
Sophomore Madeline Horowitz studies health and physical education, including sex education. She writes that sex education curriculum must become more comprehensive across the U.S.

Commentary: Comprehensive sex education needed

By Madeline Horowitz February 22, 2017
There’s a lot we can learn from proper sexual education, and health education as a whole. The problem is we can’t benefit from what isn’t there.
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