The successes of these recent graduates highlight a much larger group of our versatile and dynamic alumni.
HISTORY – Anthony Wallace '05
Within two years of graduating from IC, Anthony had a master's degree in museum studies from George Washington University and a job at the Smithsonian. Now working for the National Air and Space Museum as...
Ten Thousand Saints, the debut novel by Eleanor Henderson, associate professor in the Department of Writing, had already achieved tremendous acclaim before being selected as the First-Year Reading Initiative's choice for the class of 2016. The coming-of-age story,...
Three years ago, under the leadership of Dean Leslie Lewis, an ad hoc advisory committee, composed of faculty from the college's five schools, was tasked with revitalizing the Exploratory Program.
For years, the program served as a "soft landing" for incoming students, offering privileges of priority registration and...
In collaboration with the Office of Marketing Communications, the School of Humanities and Sciences has undertaken an ambitious signage project designed to increase the school's on-campus visibility and promote awareness of its diverse initiatives and scholarship.
Erected in strategic locations along the all-college tour route, displays will line the Job-Textor-Muller corridor...
IC Alumni and Tony-nominee Jeremy Jordan (’07 Musical Theatre) stars in the musical film The Last Five Years, based on the musical play by Jason Robert Brown, directed by Richard LaGravenese. Appearing on ABC’s Good Morning, America February 18th, 2015, the composer accompanied Jordan singing "Moving Too Fast" and as associate professor Norm Johnson put it, “They made it all look so easy.”