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fall 2007

What draws an alumnus back to Ithaca College? Assistant professor of chemistry Mike Haaf knows. After graduating with honors from Ithaca College in 1994 and completing his Ph.D. in chemistry in 2000 at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, Professor Haaf taught at other institutions before returning to his alma mater as professor and chair of...

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My maternal grandmother is my hero.

I admire her indomitable, hopeful spirit, which has enabled her to survive three cancers and to find no limitation in her need to use oxygen 24-7. She continues to live life to the fullest, learning something new every day. My passion to pursue a career related to older adults and the reason...

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When Paul Fowler ’01 answered his phone one day in the spring of 2006, he was notified that his entry had been selected as the winner of a composition contest for the New York Youth Symphony. He was surprised, to say the least. “I had completely forgotten I had submitted the piece,” says Fowler, who found himself in the sonorous...

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Some things get better with age—and in the case of the Enduring Masters concert series, that’s exactly the point. A joint effort between the School of Music and the Ithaca College Gerontology Institute, the Enduring Masters series will showcase legendary musicians performing and reflecting on aging and their art. Guests slated for the series include...

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As a freshman, you may come to Physics 101 expecting nothing more than a crowded lecture hall or lab and a faulty overhead projector. But with the help of a $150,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, Ithaca College is taking a different approach to teaching physics in the classroom.

“The new facility is called the...

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