Assistant Professor Cory Young received recognition at the Faculty Appreciation Luncheon on February 22.
Sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs and Campus Life, the luncheon provides an opportunity to nominate and award faculty who embody the mission of the Division.
This award is given annually in recognition of collaborative partnerships with Student Affairs and Campus Life. Dr. Young received a certificate of appreciation from Career Services, for integrating this department’s services into her professional development courses.
Young teaches in the Communication Management and Design program within the Department of Strategic Communication.
ITHACA, NY — Award–winning ABC News anchor and correspondent David Muir has accepted an invitation to return to his alma mater to deliver the 2011 Ithaca College Commencement address. Muir, who graduated in 1995 from the Roy H. Park School of...
“Boomtown,” a new documentary television series from executive producer Susannah Ludwig ’93, is set to air on Planet Green/Discovery Channel on Saturday January 29 at 10pm.
According to the "Boomtown" website, the series tracks the transformative effect of a small town in economic distress that unexpectedly strikes it big in the oil business. The stories of...
Stephen Tropiano, Los Angeles Program director and associate professor in the Department of Television-Radio, has been appointed by John Shaffner, president of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, to co-chair the Governors Awards Committee for the 2011 Emmys.
The Governors Award is presented each year to one or more individuals, companies, or organizations for outstanding achievement in the arts and sciences or management of television. Tropiano is also currently serving on the selection committee for the 4th Annual “Television Academy Honors,” which recognizes “television with a conscience”---programming that inspires, informs, motivates, and even has the power to change people’s lives.
Four student teams from the Park School of Communications submitted their projects for presentation at National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR). All four were accepted. The students conducted their research as part of the Critical Issues course (STCM 45000) offered in the Department of Strategic Communication.
NCUR brings together young scholars from a wide variety of higher education institutions presenting on a diverse set of topics. The conference has thousands of students and their faculty mentors presenting their research. The STCM faculty are very proud of these students, especially Dr. Gordon Rowland who taught and advised these students in the Critical Issues course. Congratulations to: