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Upcoming events

As a result of COVID, all future events will be determined at a later date.

Raechel Lutz ('07-History & Art History) publishes two articles!

Raechel Lutz publishes "Petroleum's Park: How Oil Shaped the Palisades Interstate Park, 1900-1960" in the journal Technology and Culture and "Get a U.S. High School Teaching Job" in Environmental History Now.

Published in the premier journal of the history of technology, "Petroleum Park" explores the impact the oil industry had, ironically, in conservation and park creating in the U.S.   Highlighting the rewards of teaching at the secondary level with a Ph.D., "Get a U.S. High School Teaching Job" appears in a new on-line journal that advocates for broader representation in the field of environmental history.  After receiving her bachelor's degree at IC, Raechel went on to receive a Ph.D. from Rutgers University.  She has returned to campus in person and virtually on multiple occasions to mentor IC students.

Congratulations to Professor Michael Smith

Congratulations to Professor Michael Smith who has been named a faculty fellow in the Center for Faculty Excellence.  He will be working on the Climate Emergency during the 2020-2021 academic year after he returns from his sabbatical appointment teaching at the London Center in Spring 2020.

Faculty Scholarship: Fall 2019

Congratulations!

  • The Ithacan covered Professor Smith's Environmental History student presentations on December 11, 2019 at the History Center.
  • Minor Reagan Black will be presenting a paper she wrote in Professor Wasyliw's course at the national Phi Alpha Theta conference in Houston in January 2020
  • Karin Breuer was appointed to a three-year appointment as director of Integrated Studies on August 16, 2019.
  • Michael Smith, jointly appointed in History and ENVS, was promoted to Professor on August 16, 2019.
  • Zoe Shan Lin was awarded a Summer Research Grant for 2019.
  • Vivian Bruce Conger was promoted to Professor--the first woman in the History Department to earn that rank--on August 16, 2018.
  • Jason Freitag was named a Presidential Fellow for the academic year 2018-2019, part of the inaugural cohort of fellows.  He is continuing his work on the strategic plan and global engagement during the 2019-2020 academic year.

Faculty Scholarship: Summer 2019

Faculty Scholarship: Spring 2019