Q&A with Laura Bear, M.S., CCC-SLP and author of Where the Heart Lands:
What led you to the field of speech-language pathology?
"I had been working several years as a registered nurse in various settings in Pennsylvania, Minnesota, and New York State. I knew I wanted to continue my education, but I wasn't sure that it...
Recent alumni from the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences (ESS) distinguished themselves in the area of academic research this year. Of the 19 journal or book chapter publications by faculty in 2014, two had former Ithaca College students as coauthors.
Luke Pryor, who graduated with an M.S. in exercise science, coauthored a paper with ...
Growing up in a town that had fewer than a thousand residents, Aliza Kamman wanted to attend a college where she would be more than just a name on an attendance sheet. She wanted to find a community.
Although attending IC was her dad’s idea—and she questioned his recommendation throughout the college search process—Kamman now feels she...
The Ithaca College athletic training program continued its streak of excellence this month with all six remaining members of the class of 2015 passing their Board of Certification exam on their first attempt. This marks the fifth straight year of 100 percent pass rate for the athletic training program and 82 consecutive students passing on their first attempt.
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Brooke Shilling is silent, her eyes focused on the goal ahead of her. She slowly extends her hand, her arm still bent at the elbow as she puts full effort and concentration into shifting her weight forward to make contact with the hand in front of her. She’ll make it, but it won’t be easy.
Schilling is exhibiting all the symptoms of a low-functioning patient who suffered...