On May 24, Lisa Famularo '16 will share reliable tools and tips, and give you strategies to prepare for your next job interview.
The survey, conducted last fall, aimed to measure how current students, faculty, and staff perceive the academic, social, and professional environments of the college — and which areas could be improved upon.
After performing in front of a sold-out crowd April 8, comedian Trevor Noah met and spoke with a group of student leaders.
Nathan's Famous is renowned for its hot dogs, but Bill Handwerker '76, grandson of company founders Nathan and Ida, knew from an early age to call them frankfurters. "If I said 'hot dog' [to my grandfather], it was like a four-letter word."
She has great memories of that day. It was the first time Tammy Brainin '74 brought her husband, Steven Gonzalez, to Ithaca College. And not only did it stoke Tammy's affection for her alma mater, but Steven fell for IC as well.
David Harker, the new director of IC's Center for Civic Engagement, helps students, faculty, and staff engage in community issues in the belief that "by doing this together we can move the needle on some really important issues."
Elena Haskins '18, who heads up a student organization that brings arts performances and workshops to teenagers in a local detention center, has been awarded a national Newman Civic Fellowship.
Six people joined the Ithaca College Board of Trustees in 2016. Hear directly from them about their roles as trustees and their perspectives on the college.