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Two new positions
a full-time director of health education programs and a
half-time LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered) coordinator
have been created in the student affairs and campus life
division. The Ithaca College Board of Trustees approved expenditures
on the initiatives as part of the Colleges 20012002
a member of the Ithaca College music faculty since 1991, has been
named the School of Musics associate dean. He will be responsible
for the administration of curriculum development and overseeing
student academic affairs, which includes advising, orientation,
registration, course scheduling, and catalog revision.
Ithaca College will rise by 4.75 percent for the 2001 school year.
At its February meeting the board of trustees approved a budget
that sets tuition at $20,104, standard room and board at $8,615,
and health insurance at $275, bringing the total cost of attending
Ithaca next year to $28,994.
February meeting, the Ithaca College Board of Trustees put its
final stamp of approval on the work of the All-College Planning
and Priorities Committee, held an in-depth discussion on College
financing, considered issues surrounding the Colleges contract
with food service provider Sodexho Marriott Services, and approved
a major renovation project for the library.
At its February
meeting, the Ithaca College Board of Trustees awarded emeritus
status to three former professors and granted tenure and/or promotion
to 15 faculty members.
from Marlboro tours, now in their 36th season, are noted not only
for joyous chamber music performances but also for offering valuable
touring experience to artists at the beginning of their careers.
and Barbara M. Johnson, coordinators with the American Indian
Community House HIV/AIDS Project, will visit the College on Wednesday,
March 7, to discuss "Health Issues in Native American
Communities: Bridging Cultures to Prevent HIV."
artists from the Irish World Music Centre and former River-dance
costar Colin Dunne will join students and faculty from the School
of Music for a free concert of Celtic music on Thursday, March 8,
at 8:15 p.m. in Ford Hall. The performance will include Irish
folk music, adaptations by Schubert and Brahms, and contemporary
events on campus March 6- 21.