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September 21, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Next finalist interviews for provost

By | Nov 4, 2010

Marisa Kelly, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minn., and one of the finalists for the position of provost and vice president for academic affairs at Ithaca College, interviewed on campus last Thursday and Friday.

Finalists visit to interview for provost

By | Oct 28, 2010

Candidates for the provost and vice president for academic affairs position are visiting campus and participating in interviews with groups of students, faculty and staff.

Local author reflects on past

By | Oct 19, 2010

Contributing Writer Kelsey Husnick spoke with Cotton about her journey to becoming one of this year’s Freedom Award recipients.

Faculty Council votes to poll faculty on plagiarism

By | Oct 7, 2010

The Ithaca College Faculty Council voted Tuesday to conduct a survey among the college’s faculty members to determine future implications of using a new anti-plagiarism software it approved at itslast meeting.

Rochon calls for advisory committee

By | Sep 9, 2010

Faculty Council has approved a new Faculty Advisory Committee to aid President Tom Rochon in making tough choices regarding Ithaca College. The committee will be composed of two faculty members from each school and four from the School of Humanities and Sciences. Each school is currently in the process of recommending faculty members for the…

Guggenheim Fellow hired in School of Music

By | Sep 6, 2010

Composer Jorge Grossmann, a 2010 Guggenheim Fellowship recipient, has joined Ithaca College as an assistant professor of music theory, history and composition. Contributing Writer Kelsey Husnick sat down with Grossmann, a native of Lima, Peru, to talk about his musical career and winning the Guggenheim Fellowship.

Bridge to open after prolonged closure

By | Sep 2, 2010

The Clinton Street Bridge is scheduled to reopen tomorrow after being closed to vehicles since July 14, assistant civil engineer Mathew Sledjecki said. The City of Ithaca’s Water and Sewer Division closed the bridge to repair water and sewer lines on the 100 block of Clinton Street and the 100 block of Prospect Street. Posted…