ITHACA, NY — Of the more than 88,000 international high school- and college- student teams registered to compete in the 2011 Microsoft Imagine Cup, only 124 will gather in New York City, July 8 to 13, for the Worldwide Finals, and one of them is from Ithaca College. The team of Ashley Alicea, Marc Howard, Corey Jeffers and Evan Marinaro — creators of the video game...
ITHACA, NY — Sixteen years after graduating from Ithaca College and three months after being named sole anchor of ABC’s weekend newscasts, David Muir returned to his alma mater on Sunday, May 22, to give the college’s Commencement address. Speaking to some 1,440 new graduates and their guests, Muir told the...
Seniors Eric Keto and Corinne Colgan co-directed “Carried Away” a 13-minute documentary profiling backyard inventor, artist and world-record holding hot-air-balloon pilot Brian Boland.
The film won the Audience Choice Award at the Visions Film Festival held at UNC-Wilmington in April. It also screened at the Reality Bytes Independent Student Film Festival at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Illinois and received the festival’s top documentary award.
CMD professor Cory L. Young and IMC professor Arhlene A. Flowers, in coordination with graduate student Nate Ren, publish in PRism, a scholarly journal on public relations. The article, “Technology and crisis communication: Emerging themes from a pilot study of U.S. public relations practitioners,” focuses on the use of technology by individuals in crisis situations. Due to faster information flow between individuals today, the public relations field is experiencing an impact on the preparation process. Now, these organizations need to learn how to adapt these new technologies and utilize them when disaster strikes.