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Ithaca College alumni and faculty continue to prove that their talents are award-worthy. Several were nominated for Emmy Awards last year in the prime time and news and documentary categories.


Ithaca College professors were quite the world travelers last summer as they presented their research and publications around the globe.


This past June, hundreds of low brass enthusiasts traveled to the 2012 International Tuba and Euphonium Conference in Linz, Austria, for a week of competitions, clinics, classes, and seminars. Among the hundreds there were four Ithaca College students. 


Jazz studies major and pianist Josh Condon '14 got to perform on one of the country's greatest stages last January when he performed on Millennium Stage at the Kennedy Center with the 2012 Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Jazz Orchestra.


"I have always pushed my students very hard. I think, though, that after my experience in Saudi Arabia, I pushed them harder," says Janice Levy, professor of cinema,photography, and media arts, who spent her recent sabbatical teaching introductory photography at Princess Noura University.



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