Ithaca College announces the creation of the Department of Environmental Studies and Science, which will house its degree programs in environmental studies and environmental science. The designation of the new academic department acknowledges the importance of these majors in the priorities of the College and the role they will play in the future of the School of Humanities and Sciences, within which the department is located.
Professor Susan Allen-Gil's Rainforests, Reefs and Ruins course spent three weeks over winter break experiencing culture, economics, biodiversity, and history of Belize. This course was highlighted in Ithaca College's Fuse Magazine in March, 2011.
Here is a link to the Fuse Magazine Article to learn more!
The course Natural Resources and Ecology: Farming the Forest taught by Professor Jason Hamilton has gotten press in the Ithacan on March 23, 2011. This course offers students the chance to not only produce their own maple syrup but also produce, market and sell mushrooms and honey. Taught by Jason Hamilton, associate professor of environmental studies and science, the course has only been...
One of the many faces of the Commitment to Change sculpture on the academic quad. The artwork was created by Seth Davidson ' 10, Alyia Bettman '10, Nathaniel Meader '10, and Andrew Bradshaw '10 after the team won the 1st Annual C2C Sculpture Competition. The piece consists of a ring of paper mache bodies around a mound of recyclables. The art demonstrates that the life span of our...