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At Ithaca College, there are many opportunities to expand on what you learn in the classroom, whether it’s in clubs, presenting at conferences, or being a teaching assistant for your favorite course, or a course that gave you trouble. For many, summers are the time to expand on this work, in internships, or for some, working one on one with professors. Every summer, the biology department, as well as chemistry and physics, chooses students to work over the summer, doing real research in the lab.


Tony Kushner illustrates his words with his hands, making bold gestures that balance his slightly soft-spoken voice as he responds to questions on the success of his Pulitzer Prize winning play, “Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes.” He talks about the play with surprising modesty.



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.


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


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