Sophia Chawala (2015), and Kelson Goldine (2015) from the Communication Studies Department in H&S will present their research Tuesday, Feburary 21 at 12pm in the Clark Lounge. Here, both students will give a campus presentation of their work before departing to the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) in March. Sophia Chawala’s essay, titled, "Eradication of the Notion of the Past- The Impacts of Communication Technology on Our Perceptions of Memory and Time," along with Kelson Goldfine's essay, titled, “The Walmart Community,” will be the featured presentations. Both works took form in their Introduction to Culture and Communication course, taught by their advisor, Dr. Donathan Brown.
Submitted on behalf of Laurie Arliss
Rory Cooper (2012), Sophia Chawala (2015), and Kelson Goldine (2015) from the Communication Studies Department in H&S will present their work at the 2012 NCUR conference. Their scholarship was chosen through a blind review process at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, where the conference will be held in March.
I am very pleased to announce that Danette Johnson, Professor in Communication Studies, has accepted the position of Director of the Core Curriculum. Dr. Johnson brings to this position extensive experience in general education administration (at a previous institution), a deep understanding of best practice in learning assessment, and knowledge of Ithaca College administrative procedures surrounding curriculum approval and associated activities. Most important of all she brings enthusiasm and commitment to the liberal arts and to the success of a new Integrative Core Curriculum (ICC) here at Ithaca College.
Associate Professor Michael Whelan (Comm. Studies) recently learned that he has been appointed to the federal agency charged with resolving workplace disputes between labor and management.
Scott Thomson, of Communication Studies, is the guest host of the next Faculty Show and Share on Wed, December 14th, at 11:00 am - noon in the CET (Job 102).
Students are video recorded as they practice their presentations. The student uploads their video into Sakai and the instructor uses a video annotation tool, VideoANT to add comments at specific points in the timeline. Students can easily review these comments on their own time.
Registration is appreciated but not required since it is a small space.