Emily Ambrose and Caleb Crowell have both received scholarships.
ITHACA, NY—The Center for Life Skills is a rehabilitative program developed by Ithaca College to assist individuals who have experienced stroke. During the fall semester, students taking “Therapeutic Recreation Process I”—a course taught by associate professor of recreation and leisure services Janice Elich Monroe—used the center’s resources and funding...
The skills Tuti Scott ’84 learned at Ithaca College shaped her life and spurred her career. She has never forgotten that those positive IC experiences were made possible by the giving of others—which lies at the heart of why she remains close to the College by volunteering her time, by hosting IC interns, and by including Ithaca in her estate.
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