Humanities and Sciences
Increasingly popular program gains department status. by Melanie Breault ’11
A biodiesel production facility, natural landscaping, energy audits, and sustainable food service to reduce waste — every one of those initiatives,” says Michael Smith, assistant professor of history and of environmental studies, “has been stimulated...
Tim Hauck ’03 and Matt Podolsky ’06 are helping to bring North America’s largest flying land bird back from near extinction. by Aaron King ’09
Each morning, Tim Hauck ’03 and Matt Podolsky ’06 are greeted by the rising sun over the Vermillion Cliffs in northern Arizona. The solitude of this remote place is...
Students present research at new event. by Julissa Treviño ’10 with Maura Stephens
Black identity in visual culture, sustainable architecture and design, and gender ideology in German Dadaist art were among the topics presented in April by graduating seniors at the first Art History Senior Symposium.
The art history department faculty instituted the...
Maple syruping, begun as an independent study project, could grow into a student-run business. by Karin Fleming ’09 with Maura Stephens
Wanted: Someone with a lot of patience who is familiar with forestry, biology, chemistry, fire-building, cooking, marketing, and sales. Must enjoy being outside in the snow, mud, and Ithaca’s biting...