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The Student News Site of Ithaca College

THE ITHACAN

The Student News Site of Ithaca College

THE ITHACAN

Freshman Sam Pekola studies in the honors student lounge in the Peggy Ryan Williams Center. The honors program will be moving from the garden level of the Peggy Ryan Williams Center to Mueller Faculty Center in Summer 2020.

Honors Program to be restructured in School of H&S

By Alexis Manore, Assistant News Editor December 11, 2019
The Ithaca College Honors Program is undergoing changes that will move the program to the School of Humanities and Sciences.
From left, Jeane Copenhaver-Johnson, associate professor in the Department of Education, Brad Hougham, associate professor in the Department of Music and Sue-Je Gage, presidential fellow in the Department of Legal Affairs, were chosen to serve as the associate provost for academic programs, the associate provost for faculty affairs and faculty advocate, respectively.

Provost names associate provosts and faculty advocate

By Krissy Waite, Assistant News Editor April 23, 2019
La Jerne Cornish announced that three faculty members have been chosen to fill three new positions created this academic year.
Jeane Copenhaver-Johnson, fourth from the right, received a Town Gown award for the Teacher Research Fellowship Initiative she co-facilitates with ICSD teacher Randi Beckmann, fifth from the right.

Q&A: Associate professor wins award for initiative

By Meaghan McElroy, Opinion Editor December 13, 2017
Opinion Editor Meaghan McElroy spoke to Copenhaver-Johnson about the award, the history of the program and what the future of the fellows program looks like.
Ithaca College students and faculty are concerned about the appointment of Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education citing her lack of experience, beliefs and the impact she will have on the education system.

IC faculty concerned about the appointment of Betsy DeVos

By Steph Siok, Staff Writer February 8, 2017
She said having DeVos as secretary of the Department of Education is comparable to having a surgeon unfamiliar with medical technique.
Pictured fourth from left, Tom Swenson, chairman of Faculty Council, said he has concerns with the proposed shared governance draft sent out to the campus community in an email Oct. 24.

First Faculty Council meeting tackles old and new ideas

By Grace Elletson, Assistant News Editor August 24, 2016
The Ithaca College Faculty Council held their first meeting of the 2016–17 academic year where they tackled old and new agenda items.
From left, Leslie Reid, manager of student accessibility services; Jeane Copenhaver-Johnson, interim associate dean of the School of Humanities and Sciences; and Fae Dremock, assistant professor of environmental studies and science, discuss the experiences of first-generation college students at the First-Generation Faculty and Student Discussion Panel March 31.

Ithaca College panel focuses on first-generation college students

By Annie Estes, Staff Writer April 2, 2016
Many first-generation college students deal with roadblocks during their college career, but their struggles are often overlooked, according to panelists who discussed their experiences at the First-Generation Faculty and Student Discussion Panel at noon March 31.
New state teacher certification requirements create concern

New state teacher certification requirements create concern

By Kayla Dwyer, Assistant News Editor March 5, 2014
A new set of teacher certification requirements in New York state has education students, particularly college seniors, under stress and apprehension.
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