Come and hear Professor Sean Eversley Bradwell, Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity, will speak about research and the Ithaca experience with a presentation titled: "Show and Prove: Moving From What Students Know to Student Constructions of Knowledge” on Thursday, April 10 at 8:45 am in Emerson A, Campus Center.
Show your support for your classmates, fellow students, and colleagues who represent the Martin Luther King and Park Scholars programs, as well as over 150+ sessions of presentations, including 9 musical and theatre performances, and over 50+ student poster presentations by attending from 9:25 AM – 3:30 PM in the Campus Center. The noon-hour session will feature finalist presentations for the Whalen Symposium Awards. There will also be a closing session, featuring the awards ceremony which will begin at 3:30 pm.
Asma Barlas, professor and director of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (CSCRE) was invited to deliver a keynote on International Women's Day in Drammen, Norway, by the Directorate of Integration and Diversity (IMDi) (www.imdi.no/en/sprak/english/). IMDi's work focuses on immigrant communities and the keynote was about violence against Muslim women.
ITHACA, NY — At its February meeting, the Ithaca College Board of Trustees granted emeritus status to four former faculty members and awarded promotions and tenure to 14 current faculty members.
The following retired faculty members were named professor emeritus:
Department of Mathematics
- John Maceli, who retired in...
Read by Paula Ioanide, February 25, 2014 at Professor Eric Cheyfitz's talk at Ithaca College
It is one of the greatest conundrums in the world that people who have been subjected to much oppression in history should themselves become powerful and oppressive at a different historical moment. The American Studies Association’s recent vote...
Asma Barlas, professor and director of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (CSCRE) gave a keynote, "Challenging violence against women from an Islamic perspective," at the invitation of the Canadian Council of Muslim Women in Toronto, Canada, on October 6. She has also written the foreword to the CCMW's report, Violence Against Women – Health and Justice for Canadian Muslim Women, by the noted feminist lawyer, Pamela Cross.
For more information on CCMW's report, please visit: ccmw.com/violence-against-women-health-and-justice-for-canadian-muslim-women/