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Fall 2010

With electronic games rising in popularity around the world -- not just in entertainment, but in fields as diverse as marketing, pain management, and therapy -- the School of Humanities and Sciences is adding a minor in game development and technologies to their program of studies this fall.


“As photographers, we’re almost obsessed or in love with objects because we photograph them,” says Kaitlyn McQuaid ’10. That’s how her Photo Workshop class came up with the name of this year’s showcase: Objectophilia.


Making flying greener isn’t the easiest of tasks, but the Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport is doing its best. Charged with creating a sustainable master plan for the airport, engineering firm C&S Companies welcomed the help of students in IC marketing professor Scott Erickson’s Social and Nonprofit Marketing class, the M.B.A. course Sustainable Practices in Operations and Technology, and two Cornell University courses.


Diane Gayeski ’74 was named dean of the Roy H. Park School of Communications after serving as interim dean for the past year. She has spent over 30 years as a strategic communications faculty member at IC.


A ring of papier-mâché people surrounding piles of recycling appeared on the campus quad for Earth Day in the name of environmental art.



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