December 5, 2020
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Q&A: Professor participates in international competition

By | Nov 1, 2020

The world works in groups, and the most important thing I learned was that our failures drove us further.


Students and professors showcase their workspaces for online learning

By | Sep 28, 2020

The Ithacan’s photo team invited Ithaca College students and professors to share the at-home workspaces that they created for the remote fall semester.


Q&A: Professor hosts virtual panel at comic-con

By | Sep 24, 2020

I learned that at all these colleges and universities, there seems to be a thirst and excitement for pop culture classes from students.


Commentary: Bucking the idea of control

By | Sep 18, 2020

There is a freedom in the chaos — a freedom to reimagine our approach and the way we envision education, community and connection.


Q&A: Professor recognized by international organization

By | Sep 17, 2020

It’s very funny looking back. I never anticipated becoming a faculty member. I never anticipated becoming a teacher.


Q&A: Professor publishes research in top management journal

By | Sep 10, 2020

I want people to see that they can take hold of their lives and work to move closer to being who they want to be.


Cabaret benefits survivors of abuse in India

By | Feb 6, 2019

On Feb. 2, Wheels for Women performed in Clark Theatre for its 8th Annual Benefit Cabaret.


Ithaca College community gathers in honor of Steven Russo

By | Apr 11, 2018

Steven Russo, assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry, passed away April 7 unexpectedly at his home.


Still in College: Joslyn Brenton talks rural and urban roots

By | Aug 28, 2016

 
Joslyn Brenton, assistant professor of sociology at Ithaca College, discusses attending three different colleges in four years, love and relationships, and why college is the best time to explore open-mindedness.


Still in College: Peter Johanns recounts wild college days

By | Aug 21, 2016

 
Peter Johanns, associate professor and television-radio program director at Ithaca College, talks about almost flunking out of SUNY Cortland, love and relationships, and how television ignited his self-motivation in college.


Ithaca College professor contributes editing to Ken Burns’ documentary

By | Oct 1, 2014

Marlena Grzaslewicz, assistant professor of media arts, sciences and studies, is an Emmy-award winning sound editor who has collaborated with documentarian Ken Burns for more than 20 years. Recently, Grzaslewicz worked as a dialogue editor on Burns’ “The Roosevelts: An Intimate Story,” airing on PBS.


Instant facul-Tea featuring Professor Lynn Morrison

By | Sep 15, 2014

Serving up this week’s segment of “Instant facul-Tea” with Professor Lynn Morrison.