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I have always been infatuated with building things. My interest in building began with Legos at a young age, progressed into building large, modular skateboard ramps with my father, and eventually turned into summer jobs as a carpenter. So when I started looking at colleges, I thought about a future career in the construction industry and what programs would best suit it:...

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Professor Jason Hamilton fuses science and sustainability

Amid the bad news about global climate change and energy crises, Ithaca College assistant biology professor and ecologist extraordinaire Jason Hamilton has become a leading collaborator in the field of environmental sustainability in higher education. Spearheading the College’s...

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At 8 p.m. on Wednesday, January 30, Ithaca College will be utilizing the new technology available in the recently opened, LEED approved School of Business (room 111) to screen an interactive webcast titled, "The 2% Solution." Born from an increasing concern over...

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I think it was the coffee that did it, but on a trip to South America, it might have been many things. The Andean region of Ecuador where we lodged and worked boasts two of the top five most biodiverse regions in the world, and the area surrounding the eco-lodge where we slept is home to more than 350 species of birds. To this day one can still...

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On September 15, Ithaca College's School of Health Sciences and Human Performance and Sustainable Tompkins  joined together for a health and sustainability conference to discuss the link between health concerns and sustainability. 

Presenters discussed the methods in which the community could tackle health concerns, such as global ...

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