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“Mongolian Spaces” is politics professor Thomas Shevory’s blog about his year as a Fulbright scholar teaching at the National University of Mongolia.


Beth Ellen Clark Joseph, associate professor and chair of physics at Ithaca College, is a member of the team working on OSIRIS-REx (Origins Spectral Interpretation Resource Identification Security-Regolith Explorer), which would study the geology of a primitive asteroid.


During fall break, I was part of a group of 12 students, mostly journalism or writing majors, who visited magazine writers and editors in New York City to learn about the business and network with alumni.



Years after Hurricane Katrina, Ithaca students on Alternative Spring Break still find plenty of ways to help out in New Orleans’ Seventh Ward.


It’s easy to assume that spending a semester in London is all about sipping tea, sightseeing, and soaking up the local culture, but each year some 75 London Center students get a jump on their careers with exciting internships in and around the city. Here are just a few of the valuable real-world experiences students have had lately.


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