Sae-Mi Lee, one of HSHP Pre-Doctoral Diversity Fellows was awarded the “Student Diversity Award” at the 31st annual Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) conference held September 28- October 1 in Phoenix AZ.
This award recognizes and honors the achievements of students involved in research, service or applied experiences that focus on diversity issues.
Sae-Mi Lee also presented a workshop at the conference titled: “It is Our Problem: How to Advocate for Social Change in Applied Sport Psychology” with colleagues from the University of Tennessee and West Virginia University.
Ithaca College will recognize National Coming Out Day on Wednesday, Oct. 5, with a talk on “Intersectional Student Organizing” by Cedrick-Michael Simmons. The 7 p.m. presentation in Klingenstein Lounge, Egbert Hall, is free and open to the public.
A 2014 sociology graduate of Ithaca College, Simmons will...
Elizabeth Acevedo, world-renowned poet and activist, came to Ithaca College on Sept. 7 to perform several of her poems. Acevedo’s performance was part of the college’s Latinx Heritage Month and included themes such as racial identity, police brutality...
Over the past year, members of the Ithaca College community called for new programming, training, and resources to make our campus a more inclusive and diverse environment for learning, living, and working. The Office of Public Safety was one area of focus for improving relationships and protocols. In addition to the further development of...