Marilyn Markech ’18, an art major and 2017 summer scholar in the Ithaca College School of Humanities and Sciences, won second prize at the State of the Art Gallery’s Juried Show for her painting, “The Splits,” on Dec. 1. The painting uses the concept of splitting to raise...
The attack on Pearl Harbor. The assassination of John F. Kennedy. The Challenger disaster.
People often say that they remember exactly where they were and what they were doing when traumatic events like these occurred, reflecting a long-held belief that emotion enhances memory. There’s even a name for it — flashbulb memory, because the memory is so accurate it’s...
Slug slime is trending.
Various media outlets have picked up on a new study detailing an experimental medical glue inspired by the slug species Arion subfuscus. The material shows promise as an adhesive that could replace stitches and staples because it maintains its sticky properties even when slick with blood.
“The Best 382 Colleges,” published by Princeton Review, has once again included Ithaca College as one of the country’s top institutions for undergraduate education. The annual guide also gives IC high marks in three categories with direct links to the college’s degree programs, ranking it #3...
Much ado has been made about the power of instructional online videos. Many see them as powerful supplements or even replacements to classroom learning. But how are those claims really being measured?
Two Ithaca College researchers are aiming to get beyond the anecdotes about “flipped classrooms,” where static learning through videos (or other means, including textbooks)...