Ithaca College takes bias- and discrimination-related incidents seriously and investigates them thoroughly—and improving the current process for investigating and addressing such incidents has been a top focus.
This summer the college will begin using a newly revamped report-and-response mechanism to address bias incidents. The new, centralized approach includes the...
All Ithaca College students are encourage to apply for the 2018 Social Action Leadership Retreat by September 30; the retreat will be held November 9-11.
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"Dream and Legacy: Dr. Martin Luther King in the Post-Civil Rights Era,” initially published in 2017 by the University of Mississippi Press, will be re-released in the Spring/Summer of 2019. This book, part of their African American Studies/Civil Rights series, features Dr. Brown as both co-editor and author of the books lead chapter on voter suppression and voter identification laws. Dr. Brown, an Associate Professor and H&S Director of Faculty Diversity and Development, is an expert in race and public policy, and was recognized with a 2017 United States Fulbright Professorship. This is the fourth book Dr. Brown has published within the past five years.
James A. Rada, Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Journalism, was in Washington DC to present at the Annual Conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC). Rada presented on a panel titled, "Teaching Race and Diversity in the Trump Era of Race, Rage and Resentment: Challenges and Pedagogical Opportunities."