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“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.


Students get to build robots -- and problem-solving skills -- in computer science class.


Go ahead! Select any issue of Fuse from our new interactive bookshelf, and it will open up just like the print magazine. Browse issues you missed, or reread your favorites.

You can even e-mail the magazine to a friend, post it to other sites, or download the entire issue and save it to your computer. Enjoy!


Housed in the School of Humanities and Sciences, the new Department of Environmental Studies and Science encompasses two previously launched bachelor of arts programs: environmental studies and environmental science.


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