Occupations related to STEM — science, technology, engineering and math — are among the fastest growing in the United States, but lagging numbers for women studying math make accessing those jobs difficult. Ithaca College Assistant Professor of Mathematics Cristina Gomez wants to help...
Nine students from Ithaca College’s American Advertising Federation student chapter attended the Annual Marketing EDGE Career Forum in New York City, where they had the opportunity to network with companies and get advice from a...
With a 3D printer and about $15, senior physics major Ryan Bouricius was able to create a functional prosthetic hand that can be used to grip, write and even catch a ball. With the assistance of a non-profit group, the hand will one day be matched to a person in need of such a prosthesis.
Two Ithaca College professors are examining whether aquatic therapy is as effective for stroke survivors as other, less accessible types of physical therapy.
Survivors of stroke often need physical therapy to regain the ability to walk and move freely. One of the most common forms of therapy used to accomplish that is...