This summer, the Namgyal Monastery Institute of Buddhist Studies offers students and the Ithaca community the opportunity to travel to Dharamsala, India, to experience Tibetan life and culture in exile.
For three weeks, participants will connect with the exiled Tibetan community, learn from the Tibetan Dalai Lama, and experience Buddhism from the perspective of Tibetan monks....
College students often hear that they’ll never be anything more than a face in the crowd on campus and never transcend the separation between teacher and student. I was determined that this not be true for me when choosing a graduate school, and that’s why I chose Ithaca College.
During my time here, I’ve learned that IC excels at developing a hands-on...
A: Short-term study-abroad programs generally take place over breaks or during the summer and are led by IC faculty.
The programs, which last one to six weeks, may change year to year and are taken for credit.
Certain majors and courses offer specialized study-abroad options, and some include opportunities to do hands-on research abroad.
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...
Students walking past the School of Music often hear rhythmic drumbeats or classical solos drifting through the windows and over the quads. This past summer, the students in the brass quintet Five Cents Sharp spread their sound even farther when they traveled to Brass im Frankenwald, an international festival held at the Haus Marteau, a retreat for music in Lichtenberg,...
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