Last spring an invitation went out to senior occupational therapy majors to join a unique research opportunity. Julie Dorsey, assistant professor of occupational therapy, was looking for students to help conduct a needs assessment for the Ithaca Free Clinic. I had often wondered about the clinic, and I jumped at the chance to be involved with this research.
A: There are plenty of opportunities for students to get involved in community service at IC, whether it’s working with a local organization or taking a service-learning course to develop and apply your skills in a real-world setting.
The College’s Center for Student Leadership and Involvement recently started Service Saturdays, a program devoted to giving IC students...
Last summer I traveled to Gambia in West Africa as one of the two students selected for Ithaca College’s Reginald Simmons Memorial Award.
I spent the summer working with Operation Crossroads Africa (OCA), a program established by Bob Iger ’73, president and CEO of Walt Disney Company, in Simmons’s honor.
Simmons ’75 devoted his career to...
Last fall Ithaca College occupational therapy students and faculty began volunteering their skills to uninsured members of the Ithaca community at the Ithaca Free Clinic.
Among the services offered are range-of-motion exercises to increase functional abilities, customized splints, community reentry skills training, and other meaningful support in areas such as patient education, home...
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, January 19th, will be a busy day for the IC community.
The start of classes will be delayed a day, so that students can participate in the many events happening on campus and around town.
This year's MLK Day theme on campus is "One World, One House," and there will be many activities centered on diversity and learning in a global...
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