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Commentary: Cabinet of generals threatens civil-military relations

By Yena Seo December 16, 2016
Pending Senate confirmation, Trump will have the most retired general and flag officers in a presidential cabinet since Truman’s in World War II.
The new lab, located in the Center for Natural Sciences, is now the largest centralized area for 3-D printing on Ithaca College’s campus.

H&S creates new lab for 9 additional 3-D printers at IC

By Ryan King, Contributing Writer September 13, 2016
The new lab is now the largest centralized area for 3-D printing on Ithaca College’s campus.
Carla Golden, professor in the Department of Psychology, spoke to the Ithaca College Faculty Council at its April 5 meeting about concerns she had with the phased retirement. At the meeting, the council addressed confusion around whether or not faculty members lose the rights of tenure when they begin the process of phased retirement.

Faculty Council addresses tenure rights for phased retirement

By Grace Elletson, Staff Writer April 7, 2016
The Ithaca College Faculty Council has addressed confusion around whether or not faculty members lose the rights of tenure when they begin the process of phased retirement.
From left, John Schwartz, Charles Spencer, Peter Seligmann, Ahren Sadoff and Paulen Smith are the founding faculty of the Department of Physics.

Ithaca College Physics Department celebrates 50th anniversary

By Annika Kushner, Contributing Writer September 30, 2015
To celebrate its 50th anniversary, the Ithaca College physics department hosted festivities for about 50 faculty, alumni and students Sept. 26.
Senior Benjamin Bouricius uses a 3-D printer with Michael “Bodhi” Rogers, professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy.

New 3-D printer and scanner broadens opportunities for students

By Jonah Swiatek, Contributing Writer September 30, 2015
Over the summer, the School of Humanities and Sciences added a third 3-D printer to its existing fleet. The new printer and its accompanying scanner will allow students and staff members across a wide academic spectrum easier access to 3-D replication equipment.
Ithaca College professor scans Lincolns cottage

Ithaca College professor scans Lincoln’s cottage

By Aidan Quigley, Assistant News Editor January 21, 2015
Michael Rogers, associate professor of physics and astronomy, performed a 3-D laser scan of Abraham Lincoln's summer cottage with a team including students.

College and City: Feb 20

February 19, 2014

Cornell professors to give talks about Israel boycott Ithaca College will host two speakers Feb. 25 to represent each side of the debate on the academic boycott of Israeli higher education institutions. Eric...

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