In an election year we hear a lot about the state of the job market. Eight years later, memories of the 2008 recession and its impact on the entry-level job market linger. At Career Services it is not unusual to hear that students are concerned about the job market, but are those fears founded?
The research and the evidence suggests that they are not. In its most recent employer...
Students from Ithaca College’s School of Business were introduced to representatives of some of the biggest companies in New York City during the spring 2016 “Meet the Firms” trip.
The annual excursion is designed to introduce business students to internship and employment opportunities and expose them to different...
Three individuals will be recognized for distinguished service and accomplishments in their respective fields by being awarded honorary degrees from Ithaca College: New York Times correspondent Adam B. Ellick, Fisher House Foundation chair and chief executive officer Kenneth Fisher '80 and Young People’s Chorus of New York City founder and artistic director Francisco J....
Submitted on behalf of James W. Nolan Jr. ’77, chair of the Presidential Search Committee
As chair of the Presidential Search Committee, I am very pleased to announce that we have selected the firm of Spencer Stuart to assist us in that search. Additionally, the committee and the newly identified search firm are planning a series of meetings on campus during the month of April that will start to engage the entire IC community in this very important process.
Posted on behalf of Roger "Doc" Richardson:
Dear campus community:
A belated welcome back from spring break. I hope you enjoyed your time away, whether you ventured to warmer climates, participated in Alternative Spring Break volunteer trips, or stayed local. For students and faculty alike, spring break is a welcome hiatus from the daily academic routine, especially after the mid-term period. For staff it is a quieter time on campus without the usual hustle-and-bustle. It is also a convenient marker; a halfway point that allows one to take stock of the semester that’s been and the remainder to come.