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Nik Batruch '08 didn't have a typical spring break. Instead of lounging on the beach, Batruch accompanied physics professor Bruce Thompson to Loango National Park in Gabon, West Africa, where the pair set up listening posts to record acoustic and seismic elephant activity for six months. The data collected by these posts will determine how many elephants exist in...

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    Following a national search, Dr. Stacia Zabusky has been appointed assistant dean in the School of Humanities and Sciences at Ithaca College. 

    Humanities & Sciences dean Howard Erlich remarked, “I’m delighted that Dr. Zabusky has accepted this appointment, for which she...

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The Division of Graduate Studies has recently added a master’s degree program in elementary education. By working through the School of Humanities and Sciences, students will be able to pursue child education, specifically for grades 1-6. The program lasts 13 months, incorporating theory and practice with...

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This past November, Ithaca College sent Garry Thomas, retired from the anthropology department, and Sean Vormwald, assistant director in the Office of Alumni Relations, to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Nairobi, Kenya. Currently, Thomas’s blog, entitled “...

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When the curtain falls it’s the actors who take a bow, but no Ithaca theater production would be possible without the behind-the-scenes collaborations of students, faculty, and staff from IC's School of Music and Department of Theatre Arts.

From set design and construction, to costumes and makeup, to the pit orchestra, to marketing...

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