Ithaca College students who are members of or allies to the LGBTQ community will be honored April 12 at the Rainbow Reception.
Mathematics professor’s article featured in distinguished blog
An article published by David Brown, professor and chair of the Department of Mathematics, was recently cited by the American Mathematical Society Blog, “What is an Experimental Math Course and Why Should We Care?”
Brown’s article, titled “Experimental Mathematics for the First Year Student,” is included in the American Mathematical Society blog and lists Ithaca College, along with Dartmouth University and Grinnell College, in a growing group of colleges that offer experimental math courses.
Amidst ongoing demands for more privacy and inclusivity in residence halls and on-campus restrooms, the Ithaca College Center for LGBT Education, Outreach and Services partnered with the Office of Residential Life to build 12 new all-gender restrooms.
Wendy Lower of Claremont McKenna College will speak about young German women who went to Nazi-occupied eastern Europe and participated as enablers in the Holocaust in the film “Hitler’s Furies: German Women in the Nazi Killing Fields.”
Despite support from students and faculty members for developing a queer studies minor at Ithaca College, creating such a minor may take up to five years or more due to the complexity of developing courses and finding professors to teach those courses.
It’s often the case that a professor will ask you for a preferred name on the first day of class after reading a name off of the class roster.
Ithaca College has been ranked on Campus Pride’s Top 50 LGBT-Friendly Universities and Colleges list for the third consecutive year.