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IC in the Media

A sampling from media accounts that reference Ithaca College or quote members of the college community.

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Jeff Cohen, director and associate professor, Department of Journalism
Cohen was interviewed by the “Today” show’s Matt Lauer about whether “seeing is believing” when it comes to what we find on the Internet and on television news. Cohen said the media need to be more accountable, but that ultimately it is up to the reader and viewer...

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Tina Caswell, clinical instructor, Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
Caswell was interviewed by Horses in the Morning, a live morning radio show with an equine theme, about how she is addressing verbal communication issues in autistic children by combining equine therapy and assistive technology through an exclusive program called Strides©....

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Rachel Wagner, associate professor, Department of Philosophy and Religion
Wagner, author of “Godwired: Religion Ritual and Virtual Reality,” was quoted on the popularity of smartphone apps that put religion in the palm of your hand. She cautions that when searching app stores for something appropriate, don’t judge just by the number of stars an app...

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Eric Maguire, vice president for enrollment and communication; Bonny Griffith, director of recruitment marketing; and Molly Israel, director of communication
Maguire, Griffith and Israel were quoted by University Business, a higher education publication, on how social media is being utilized for retention, engagement and monitoring, focusing on the IC Peers online...

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Eric Maguire, vice president for enrollment and communication, and Molly Israel, director of communication
Maguire and Israel were quoted by University Business, a higher education publication, on how to utilize social media in higher education. “It’s not just building the network. You need the support as well. It’s a campuswide effort,” said...

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Dominick Recckio, Ithaca College student
Recckio was featured in an article in his hometown newspaper for his experience participating in and documenting the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for NBC News. "When I saw it air, that's when it came over me that we were there and this was something we were a part of, and everyone in America was...

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Betsy Keller, professor of exercise and sport sciences
Health Rising, an outlet dedicated to providing information to people with myalgic encephalopathy/chronic fatigue syndrome, interviewed Keller about her two-day exercise test method used to gather evidence for disability for people with ME/CFS. “I thought our metabolic cart went out of calibration because the...

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Rebecca Plante, associate professor of sociology
In an article in Britain’s “Daily Mail” on ‘friends with benefits,’ a common arrangement among young people today, Plante discussed the complications of such arrangements. “My research shows that perhaps the most frequent consequence is awkwardness, accompanied by strained or ceased...

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Timothy Berry, student employee, campus center and event services
In an article at the event planning website that shared how event planners got their big break, Berry was quoted on his experience breaking into the field. “I applied for a position working in conferences and events in college. Fell in love, changed my major, and have been here ever...

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Asma Barlas, professor of politics and program director, Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity
Barlas contributed an article to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Religion and Ethics website on Western views of Islam and Muslims. “The ways in which the West narrates itself in relation to Islam and Muslims is not only a window into its...

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Colleen Clark, marketing analyst, marketing communications
In an article on search engine optimization for higher education institutions, Clark discussed how Ithaca College used simple SEO tactics to fix an issue related to the 2010 search for a mascot, in which other institutions used unofficial images. “Some institutions had incorrectly created banners a few...

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Jeff Cohen, director of the Park Center for Independent Media and associate professor of journalism
Politico quoted Cohen in an article on Amazon’s 2010 decision to drop Wikileaks from its servers, especially in light of the recent purchase of the Washington Post by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. Even if the company wasn’t pressured to do so by the U.S....

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Rachel Reuben, associate vice president for marketing communications
Reuben was quoted by Vitae, a service of the Chronicle of Higher Education, on how those applying for staff positions in higher education can avoid common mistakes in composing a resume. “While details are helpful, so is having a sense of who will be reading them and knowing they’re doing a...

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Annemarie Farrell, associate professor, Department of Sport Management and Media
In an article discussing the next steps to success for the National Women’s Soccer League, Farrell said the key to attracting female fans to the sport is to attract male fans. “If men don’t watch women’s sports, women aren’t going to watch women’s sports,...

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Robert J. Ellis, assistant professor of finance and international business
On Wall Street, a news source for financial advisors, interviewed Ellis about the wealth management seminar he offers to undergraduate students. “This fall, I’m taking students to New York City, and most firms we’re visiting have a strong advisory business. I’ll say,...

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