During the summer of 2013, Jack Rossen directed an archaeological field school at a 1400s Cayuga settlement where anthropology students from four colleges (IC, Cornell, Wells, TC3) participated.
Every year thousands of American college students pack their suitcases and head off on the adventure of their lives. In addition to studying abroad, Ithaca College students have the opportunity to earn credits and take advantage of internships away from South Hill through Ithaca’s own programs in New York City and Los Angeles.
This article was written by Conor Harrington ’13
Colton Shoenberger, a sophomore math and economics double major, is bringing the New Economy Campus Summit to Ithaca College on April 20. Sponsored by the National Economics Institute, similar summits will be at 8-10 other colleges and universities across the...