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June 7, 1999 Volume 21, No. 16

Have Courage

Demonstrating the depth and greadth of her talents in her address at Ithaca College's 104th Commencement, Maya Angelou exhorted the graduates to develop courage as the foundation of all other virtues.

FDA Students Meet Angelou

Before the commencement address, maya Angelou met with a delegation of students from the Frederick Douglass Academy.


Board of Trustees Meets

At its May meeting the Ithaca College Board of Trustees noted arrivals and departures on the board, recognized two departing members for their service, and promoted a faculty member to full professor.


Faculty Excellence Awards

Three longtime faculty members were honored for their accomplishments at the annual recognition and awards luncheon on May 11.

Faculty and Staff Recognition

Twelve members of the College community have been recognized for their job performance and for their contributions to the campus and local community.

Planning Task Groups Begin

Nine task groups have been formed and have held their first meetings as part of the campuswide planning process.

Health Center Earns Distinction

The Hammond Health Center has received accreditation with the highest commendation from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.


"Out of Mexico" at Handwerker

The installation with photographs and video by Nicoletta Kalatha and Tania M. Samano Palacios opens June 24 and runs through August 24.

Pathways to Teaching Grant

A grant of nearly $100,000 to the Ithaca City School District will give a boost to efforts to increase the diversity among teaching staff.



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