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December 13, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Q&A: Professors’ art exhibition utilizes symbols and icons

By | Feb 6, 2019

Opinion Editor Meredith Burke spoke with Harrington about his decision to do the exhibition, the type of art it contains and the impact he hopes it will have on his audience.

Ithaca College will add three new minors in the fall

By | Apr 28, 2016

The Park School will offer an animation minor, and H&S will offer linguistics and translation minors. The three minors will include classes that are new to the college and classes that already exist.

Faculty Council gave president early access to vote results

By | Dec 14, 2015

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.

Faculty Council addresses end-of-year business

By | May 8, 2014

The Ithaca College Faculty Council addressed outstanding business for the academic year at its meeting May 6.

Faculty Council discusses intellectual property policy

By | Oct 2, 2013

The Ithaca College Faculty Council discussed the possible implementation of an updated Intellectual Property Policy at its monthly meeting on Oct. 1 in the Athletics and Events Center VIP Room.

‘Breathing In’ honors: Media studies professor garners recognition for animated film at international festivals

By | Sep 25, 2013

Jason Harrington, assistant professor in the Department of Media Arts, Sciences and Studies, gains praise for his animated film, “Breathing In.”

Faculty discuss shared governance at meeting

By | Apr 4, 2013

Ithaca College’s Faculty Council discussed shared governance at its meeting Tuesday in the VIP Room of the A&E Center.

Professor combats popular 3-D trend with hand-drawn animation in film

By | Mar 7, 2012

As more movies are being released in 3-D format, Jason Harrington, assistant professor of cinema, photography and media arts, is bringing film back to the basics with a hand-drawn animation that took more than three years and 12 crew members to create.