Communication, or rather lack thereof, in finding the college’s new president has been a hierarchical, one-sided conversation.
While many members of IC are happy to have a president who is familiar with the college some are raising concerns about transparency in the search.
The Ithaca College Board of Trustees hosted a virtual discussion Oct. 25 on Zoom with the campus community to discuss the presidential search and students’ mental health.
The Ithaca College chapter of the American Association of University Professors is calling for transparency during the search for the tenth president of the college.
For the sake of the college community’s strained relationship with the administration and the board of trustees, a presidential open search is vital.
President Shirley M. Collado leaves our institution having championed values of diversity, equity and inclusion. We wish her luck in her new position
It is further imperative for committee members and the board of trustees to listen to the critiques put forth by former constituents of the candidates.