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Paula Twomey, Spanish instructor, has published Un-Classic Greek Myths in Spanish with Teacher’s Discovery. 

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The Ithaca College Chapter of the American Marketing Association (ICAMA) earned Honorable Mention standing in the 2015/2016 AMA International Collegiate Case Competition.

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 Luca Maurer, Center for LGBT Education, Outreach & Services program director, has co-authored a book with Eli R. Green, Assistant Professor of Public Health at William Paterson University, The Teaching Transgender Toolkit: A Facilitator’s Guide to Increasing Knowledge, Decreasing Prejudice & Building Skills.



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Dr. Nia Nunn Makepeace will be performing her dance choreography at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Commemorative Lecture Featuring the founders of BlackLivesMatter, Patrisse Cullors, Opal Tometi, and Alicia Garza- Wednesday @ 4:00PM (2/3/16)- Sage Chapel at Cornell University. Dr. Nia and several Ithaca College students, as well as Ithaca youth from the Community Unity Music Education Program (CUMEP) will be performing her choreography of “Strange Fruit” – a dance that illustrates the story of the relationship between the Anti-Lynching Movement and the Black Lives Matter Movement.

Stephen Younger, Economics, will be presenting his paper "Fiscal Incidence in Tanzania" at the Kilimanjaro Hotel, Dar es Salaam, on Wednesday, January 20, 2016. The paper examines the effects of fiscal policy on poverty and inequality in Tanzania.

Jennifer Tennant, Economics, published "Trends in Disability and Program Participation Among US Veterans" with Y. Ben-Shalom and D. Stapleton, in Disability and Health Journal.

Gossa Tsegaye, Assistant Professor of Media Arts, Sciences, and Studies, conducted a two-day workshop at Mekelle Univerisity in Ethiopia over winter break. 

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Meeting with graduate and undergraduate students who read excerpts of her book in classes on the Black Lives Matter movement and Music, Politics & Place, Ioanide addressed issues of police violence and nativism.

 Kathleen Mulligan (Theatre Arts) presented “Voices of Partition and the Creation of Dagh Dagh Ujala: A Cross Cultural Theatre Collaboration Between the United States and Pakistan” at the Athens Institute for Education and Research 3rdAnnual International Conference on Humanities & Arts in a Global World, January 3-6 in Athens, Greece. 

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Anthony Adornato, assistant professor of journalism, recently published an article in the Journal of Media Education. His article focuses on integrating mobile and social media into journalism curricula. To read the article, Enhancing Curriculum To Evolve with Industry Practices: Developing a Mobile and Social Media Journalism Course,  visit .

Jessye Cohen-Filipic and Barney Beins led an invited workshop at the National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology on writing in the psychology curriculum. The workshop highlighted the program of systematic writing in the Ithaca College's psychology curriculum.

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In its first-ever ranking of colleges and universities, The Economist has listed Ithaca College at #47 in the country for providing value to its graduates. The prestigious publication demonstrates the economic value of a college by comparing the gap between how much money its alumni earn and how much they might have earned had they studied at another school with a similar student profile.

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Ellie Fitts Fulmer and Nia Nunn Makepeace (both Education) recently published a jointly-authored article in Perspectives on Urban Education, with contributions from current and former IC students.

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 Dr. Bhavani Arabandi selected as Research Fellow in Transnational Asian Studies


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Chip Gagnon, Professor of Politics, was an invited presenter at the workshop "Dayton at 20: An Impact Assessment".  He presented on the panel "Bosnia and the Birth of the IGO/NGO Complex."

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Dr. Janet Galván conducted the New York All State Women’s Chorus at the annual New York State School Music Association Winter Conference in Rochester, New York.

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 Media enjoyment as a function of control over characters

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Dr. Matt Mogekwu, chair of the Journalism department, was a Keynote Speaker at the International Conference on Post-graduate Students’ Research on Indigenous Knowledge Systems in Southern and Eastern Africa - Positioning African Ways of Knowing and Knowledge Production in the Global Conjectures.

The conference took place in Durban, South Africa from November 20 -21, 2015. The focus of his presentation was communication strategies for spreading such knowledge.

Debaters travel to Russia

Contributed by Scott Thomson on 12/10/2015 

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 Ithaca College debaters Charlie Vaca (Accounting, 17) and Jose Escano (Legal Studies, 16)  traveled to the Russian Federation on the weekend of Dec 5 and 6 to compete in the 2015 Moscow Open Debate Tournament held by the Moscow State Institute of International Relations.  The tournament was attended by students from all over the world from Indonesia to Switzerland.  Ithaca College was the only entry from the United States and finished 23rd out of the 37 teams entered.


Arhlene A. Flowers, associate professor of Integrated Marketing Communications, announces the publication of her new book, Global Writing for Public Relations: Connecting in English with Stakeholders and Publics Worldwide, which was released this month by Routledge, a global publisher of academic books, journals, and online resources in the humanities and social sciences.

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