ITHACA, NY--Stacia Zabusky, an assistant professor of anthropology at Ithaca College, has been appointed interim assistant dean in the School of Humanities and Sciences.
“It is a pleasure to welcome Stacia Zabusky to our administrative team,” says Howard Erlich, dean of humanities and sciences. “She will provide invaluable assistance as we look to fill the position left vacant when David Garcia was named associate provost.”
A member of the anthropology faculty since 1995, Zabusky has taught a variety of courses that reflect her interest in European societies and cultures, ethnic and national identity, and the relationships between language and culture.
“I am pleased to be moving into this new position while continuing my association with Ithaca College,” Zabusky says.” I look forward to advancing the educational mission of the School of Humanities and Sciences in a new way.”
Zabusky holds a doctorate and a master’s degree in cultural anthropology from Cornell University. She earned a bachelor’s degree in linguistics and English and American languages and literatures from Harvard University. She is the author of “Launching Europe: An Ethnography of European Cooperation in Space Science,” published in 1995 by Princeton University Press.