An essay authored by Matt Fee, director of the Park Scholar Program and a lecturer in the Department of Cinema, Photography, and Media Arts, has been published in the British Film Institute's book, The Sound of Musicals.
Fee's essay, " 'A Musical Dressed up in a Different Way' -- Urban Ireland and the Possible Spaces of John Carney's Once," explores how the Irish film Once manipulates the tropes of the musical genre in order to represent tensions surrounding contemporary Irish identity and its urban character.
ITHACA, NY — On November 26, when many Americans will either be sleeping off a turkey stupor or participating in the Black Friday sales dash, Adam Peruta will be in Hawaii at the starting line of the Ultraman World Championships — a grueling ultra-endurance triathlon.
Peruta, who is an assistant...
Gordon Rowland, professor in the Department of Strategic Communication, participated remotely as a panelist at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology annual conference of in Anaheim, CA. The panel was titled, "What do we make of design? Design as a concept in educational technology."
He was also named a contributing editor to the development section of Educational Technology Research and Development, perhaps the oldest and most prestigious scholarly journal in the educational technology field.
Dean Diane Gayeski recently published a chapter titled, "Creating and Leading Effective Virtual Teams," in The 2011 Pfeiffer Annual on Consulting (Elaine Biech, editor).
The 2011 Pfeiffer Consulting Annual is a ready-made toolkit of ideas, methods, techniques, and models that assist and support a professional’s work as an internal or external organizational consultant.
ITHACA, NY — An industry leader with over 25 years of experience in the startup, management and growth of successful media companies will assist the Roy H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College in establishing and maintaining key relationships. Andrew H. Orgel, the chairman and chief executive officer of ...