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March 19, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Civic engagement director lays out plans for campus community

By | Mar 29, 2017

David Harker, director of the Center for Civic Engagement, assumed the position at the end of the Fall 2016 semester.

Editorial: Civic engagement office continues to lack support

By The Ithacan | Sep 28, 2016

The failure of the Office of Civic Engagement is a prime example of an initiative that seemed to be all talk and no action.

Office of Civic Engagement on hold during search for director

By , | Sep 28, 2016

The Ithaca College Office of Civic Engagement is currently “on hold” pending the selection of a new executive director.

Administrative departures create uncertainty for academic year

By | Aug 25, 2016

Ithaca College’s senior leadership has seen a significant number of administrative departures, leaving the college with uncertainty about what will be accomplished throughout the remainder of his tenure.

Two Ithaca College faculty directors to step down

By | May 4, 2016

Two Ithaca College administrators have announced they will be stepping down from their positions, claiming a lack of administrative support from the college.

Letter to the Editor: Faculty criticizes civic engagement efforts

By The Ithacan | May 4, 2016

Meaningful engagement with the diverse community that surrounds Ithaca College could be one way that the college enhances the education of its students.

Staying Sharp: Service project links music to memory

By | Apr 13, 2016

The Music as Medicine Project, a new initiative at the college highlights the therapeutic power of music and the importance of service-learning.

Office of Civic Engagement receives new office space at IC

By | Dec 1, 2015

The Office of Civic Engagement was given a physical space this year on the third floor of the Campus Center that students can use to meet with outside community partners.

Office of Civic Engagement receives grant

By | Feb 19, 2014

As Ithaca College strives to build ongoing community involvement, a new $500,000 grant from the Fred L. Emerson Foundation awarded to the Office of Civic Engagement will enable it to establish a permanent endowment, which will accelerate this institutional initiative.

Juvenile voices are HEARD through the arts

By | May 25, 2013

The Human Expression through the Arts: Resident Development Program is a student organization that provides weekly creative arts programming for residents at MacCormick Secure Center to promote healthy self-concepts and coping skills through the creative arts.

Juvenile voices are HEARD through the arts

By | May 24, 2013

The Human Expression through the Arts: Resident Development Program is a student organization that provides weekly creative arts programming for residents at MacCormick Secure Center to promote healthy self-concepts and coping skills through the creative arts.