Legal Studies hosted an Alumni and Networking Event on Saturday, April 6th to bring together graduates and current students to discuss their experiences in both law school and law related professions.
Legal Studies Professor Marlene Barken planned the event with the help and encouragement of two alums, Caitlin McAtee and Cassandra Volkheimer, both class of 2010....
ITHACA, N.Y. – Toddlers often take to their toes as they learn to walk, balanced on the balls of their feet as they amble about. But toe-walking – as this type of mobility is known – past the age of five or six can be an indicator of underlying neurological conditions, including autism. And children who toe-walk long term can also suffer physical damage that requires painful,...
Congratulations to Danielle Puleo ’14, Jason Manrow ’15, and Tim Shoecraft ’14, on earning Microsoft Excel Core Certification.
According to Microsoft, a Microsoft Certification validates your expertise in a Microsoft technology. As a Microsoft Certified Professional, you’ll have access to community resources and...
ITHACA, NY — A quartet of accounting students from Ithaca College has parkas packed for their Spring Break trip, which will land them about as far away from the beaches of Daytona and Panama City as you can get. The four will spend March 8–17 in Alaska, providing free tax help to residents of remote villages.
For the past decade, the Ithaca College School of Business has...
Saturday, March 2, 12:30-5:00 PM, Williams Hall 2nd Floor
What is your next step when it comes to planning your career and future? Seniors where are you going after you graduate? For others, what are you doing to prepare for your future?