ITHACA, NY — Dr. Helen Caldicott, considered one of the most articulate and passionate advocates of citizen action on nuclear and environmental issues, will give a free public talk at Ithaca College on Tuesday, Oct. 11. Her presentation — “Lessons from Fukushima: What Role Should Nuclear Energy and Natural Gas Extraction Play...
The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival invites faculty interested in the Festival to teach a 1 credit hour block II mini course. This year the Festival’s programming stream will be based on the concept of ‘microtopias.’ Faculty teaching mini courses as an overload will receive a $1300 stipend.
Cory Young, assistant professor in the Department of Strategic Communication, published two essays in Sage Publication’s Green Series, a twelve volume reference series on various issues surrounding sustainability.
“Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)” parallels the evolution of the corporation alongside the evolution of its social responsibility. "International Standard Organization (ISO)" summarizes the multiple plenary sessions held in various nations to develop the new standard for CSR—ISO 26000.
Young is very passionate about CSR and has integrated the ideas of ISO 26000 into her Human Communication in Organizations and Government and Stakeholder Relations courses.
We are excited to announce the very first meeting EVER for IC's brand new chapter of Net Impact!
When: Tuesday, Sept. 20th @ 6-7 pm
Where: Campus Center Ithaca Falls room (If you are walking from Grand Central Cafe towards Emerson Suites, it will be the conference room on your right).
Join us as for another event in our Sustainability Event Series, Weigh the Waste Challenge! On Monday September 19, sustainability interns and representatives from the Resource and Environmental Management Program (REMP) will be at all dining halls from 5:00-7:00 weighing food waste from students plates!