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Provost resigns to assume role as professor

By | Apr 9, 2010

Kathleen Rountree, provost and vice president of academic affairs, has resigned from her position as provost effective May 31, according to a statement released by Ithaca College on Monday. Rountree plans to take up a tenured position as a professor in the School of Music. Rountree will “fulfill the other duties of a faculty member…

Provost resigns to assume new role at college

By | Apr 6, 2010

Kathleen Rountree, provost and vice president of academic affairs, plans to resign from her position, effective May 31, according to an Intercom announcement posted by president Thomas Rochon today.

College liaison works with city

By | Dec 10, 2009

Anthony Hopson is serving as the first assistant vice president of community government relations this year at Ithaca College. President Tom Rochon appointed Hopson to keep communication open among the college, community and the local government. He started last June. Hopson has previously served as an associate dean at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and…

Registration unavailable for students until Aug. 10

By | Jul 27, 2009

Registration on HomerConnect will be unavailable tomorrow until Monday, August 10. Students will still have access to HomerConnect for all other services including tuition payments and housing changes. Registrar Brian Scholten said the system will be down to make sure that the college reserves enough space for registered courses. “We are still making sure that…

Students present research and projects at annual Academic Symposium

By | Apr 16, 2009

Students from each of Ithaca College’s five schools came together today to speak at the James J. Whalen Academic Symposium throughout the day in Campus Center. The symposium was organized to present and celebrate student work and serves as the first event in the weekend’s inauguration of President Tom Rochon. More than 170 students displayed…