Award: $60,638 to Ithaca College and $107,570 to Cornell University
The Kalavasos and Maroni Built Environments Project is an interdisciplinary and collaborative effort by Cornell University and Ithaca College to investigate the relationships between architecture, social interaction, and social change during the Late Bronze Age (c. 1650-1100 BCE) of Cyprus.
Free services are available through the Office of Academic Enrichment Services, located in 110-117C Towers Concourse. Drop by the office and complete an intake form (tutor request form) starting Monday, August 31, 2009.
We open at 8:30am and close at 5:30pm, Monday thru Friday each week. Starting Wednesday, 9/2/09, we will open from 6:30pm - 12 midnight every Monday thru Thursday, and 8pm-12midnight on Sundays. Quiet study and tutoring space is available. (This schedule applies to days when classes are in session only.)
by Allison Musante '10
Every spring since 1964, the School of Humanities and Sciences has sponsored the C. P. Snow Lecture Series to recognize individuals who, like author and scientist Sir Charles Percy Snow, bridge the gap between the studies of humanities and sciences. In April, the College was buzzing about this year’s guest, internationally renowned artist Spencer Finch, and...
Andrew Crouse presented an invited talk entitled, “111 Degrees Apart: Teaching Physics in Fiji and Venezuela,” at the American Association of Physics Teachers Conference in Ann Arbor, MI, on July 27th.
Physics student Sarah Burleson presented a poster at the American
Association of Physics Teachers Conference in Ann Arbor, MI, on July 27th, entitled, “Student Learning of Specific Physics Content in the ‘Studio/SCALE-UP’ Environment.”*