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From left, seniors Jane Alkhazov and Tiffany Sanabia, hold the awards they received at the 22nd Annual James J. Whalen Academic Symposium held in Campus Center on April 2.

Students present projects at 22nd annual Whalen Symposium

By Hannah Fitzpatrick and Sam Haut April 3, 2019
Over 400 students presented their research projects at the 22nd annual James J. Whalen Academic Symposium on April 2.
Senior Hannah Robison is an athletic training major with a recipient of the Outstanding Research Award at the 21st Annual James J. Whalen Academic Symposium.

Senior participates in on-campus activities despite chronic pain

By Phoebe Harms, Staff Writer April 25, 2018
Senior Hannah Robison, an athletic training major, has integrated her interests to contribute to award-winning research projects.
From left, senior Brittany Giles, sophomore Lauren Suna and senior Sam Castonguay hold the awards they received at the 21st Annual James J. Whalen Academic Symposium held in Campus Center on April 12

Student research receives recognition at annual Whalen Symposium

By Ashley Stalnecker, Staff Writer April 17, 2018
Awards were presented to students who did research in disciplines such as computer science, occupational and physical training, emerging media and legal studies.
Junior Justin Henry receiving an award from Kimberly Wilkinson, assistant professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy, for his presentation on the corporatization of higher education with a focus on Ithaca College, entitled “‘Corporatizing’ College: The story of Ideological Divide at Ithaca College.”

Whalen Academic Symposium honors student research

By Meaghan McElroy, Staff Writer April 18, 2017
There is no one winner for the symposium. Rather, each department chooses one or multiple students to give awards to.
Matt Orama graduated from Ithaca College in 2014. Since the AEPi and Blue Sky racial controversies, he has been involved in advocacy through several social media movements using hashtags on Facebook and Twitter.

Open Letter to the Board of Trustees: Alumnus demands action on campus racial issues

By Matt Orama October 21, 2015
The college and its leadership may continue to be silent. We, however, will not.
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