Innovative Courses, Integrative Curriculum: H&S Leads the Way

(IC)2 Projects for 2010-11

In the latest round of (IC)2 proposals, H&S faculty received awards for collaborative projects  colleagues both inside and outside of H&S:

  • Climate Action Research Team -- coordinated by Beth Ellen Clark Joseph, associate professor and chair, physics
  • Development, Poverty, and Growth in Latin America: Corn, Industry, and Migration in Mexico -- Patricia Rodriguez, assistant professor politics, and Jonathan Ablard, associate professor, history
  • Educating the Educator -- John Barr, associate professor and chair, computer science, and Ali Erkan, associate professor, computer science
  • Peer Mentor Program -- Michael Buck, clinical assistant professor, physical therapy; Linda Hanrahan, associate professor, education; James Pfrehm, assistant professor, modern languages and literatures
  • We Are What We’ve Eaten: An Interdisciplinary Exploration of Food Choice and History -- Julia Lapp, assistant professor, health promotion and physical education; Michael Smith, assistant professor, history; and Paula Turkon, assistant professor, anthropology
  • Ithaca College Wellness Initiative -- Miranda Kaye, Assistant Professor of Exercise and Sports Sciences; Stephen Sweet, associate professor,  sociology; and Mary Ann Erickson, associate professor, aging studies
  • IC Studio 2.0.1: Collaborating the Visual: Ethnographic Research and Film-Making -- Changhee Chun, associate professor, cinema, photography, and media arts and Sue-Je Gage, assistant professor, anthropology
  • IC Studio 2.0.2: Social Entrepreneurship in Action -- Tommy Dunne, office of marketing communications and Nick Kowalczyk, assistant professor, writing