The bombings at the Boston Marathon in April 2013 killed three people and injured an estimated 264 others. Nearly 11 months later, survivors are still on the long road to recovery but one member of the Ithaca College family is helping them get there with less of a financial burden.
In the video below, Ithaca College PT graduate Paul Ghostlaw ’90...
It took Seattle Seahawks defensive Richard Sherman roughly 25 seconds to change the focus of the NFC championship from his game-saving deflected pass against the San Francisco 49ers to a much deeper discussion about heroes and villains in sport and perceptions of race in America.
In an interview with Fox’s Erin Andrews immediately following the game, ...
ITHACA, N.Y. — Ithaca College and University of Florida researchers have advice for older adults who need to remember detailed written information: Don’t just read it, tell someone about it.
That recommendation comes from a recent study that showed that older adults who read a text and then described what they had read to someone else remembered more details of the text...
Dr. Paul Dunman will be addressing the important topic of antibiotic resistance during his Global Health Speaker Series presentation on April 29 at 7 p.m. in Textor 102.
Dunman is an Associate Professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Rochester Medical Center School of Medicine and Dentistry. He has been studying antibiotic resistant...
Ithaca College students had 10 minutes to make their case for up to $20,000 of funding this week at the Business Plan Competition and two of the big winners came from the Department of Physical Therapy.
Tim Reynolds ’14, a physical therapy doctoral student, took home $20,000 and first place with his invention, the KettleShell, an adapter which allows users to transform a...