Assistant Professor Kathryn A. Caldwell (Psychology) and Associate Professor Julia Lapp (Health Promotion and Physical Education) publish article titled “using food ethnographies to promote systems thinking and intergenerational engagement among college undergraduates” in the Journal of Food, Culture & Society.
Listening to music through personal MP3 players at loud volumes has been linked to noise-induced hearing loss.
ITHACA, NY — “Stroke of Genius,” a 51-minute documentary about an advertising writer’s inspiring recovery from a massive stroke, will be screened at Ithaca College on Tuesday, Sept. 11. Accompanying the screening will be singer/songwriter Marc Black, who will perform songs based on the poems written by the survivor, Dan Mountain, detailing his recovery. Free and open to...
Helene Larin (Physical Therapy), Carole Dennis (Occupational Therapy) and Sharon Stansfield (Computer Science) published a manuscript in the Physiotherapy journal entitled" Development of robotic mobility for infants: rationale and outcomes." This work has also reached several media.
Assistant Professor Skott Freedman, Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, is featured in the book Calls Beyond Our Hearing: Unlocking the Secrets of Animal Voices, by Holly Menino.