March 1, 1999 Volume 21, No. 11

Ithaca College Board of Trustees Meets
Tenure and Promotion Decisions

The board granted tenure and/or promotion to 14 faculty members in its February meeting.

Diversity Initiatives Approve

A series of measures to increase diversity at the College will include a new tenure-track faculty position, a visiting scholar program, a summer teaching felloows program and a center for ethnicity, race, and culture studies

Board Approves Tuition Rate

Tuition at Ithaca College is set to rise by 4.2 percent for the 1999-2000 academic year.


Michael Powell
Symposium to Feature Student and Faculty Research

The third annual James J. Whalen Academic Symposium will be held Thursday, March 18.

Concert to Benefit South Hill Students

In a volunteer effort to help its local partner in education, College musicians will give a special family concert in Ford Hall Auditorium March 7.

Janet Galvan
VITA Help at Tax Time

The Ithaca College Volunteer Income Tax Assistance team is offering free tax service to all members of the College community.

Exhibit Showcases Portraits of Tibetans

The Handwerker Gallery will be showing Tibetan Portrait: Power of Compassion, opening March 4 and running through April 4.

Seniors' Photos at Clinton House

Photography students' photos will be on display March 5-26 in exhibit titled Sliver of Silver.

Calendar of Events 

A listing of campus events for March 1-17

March 15: "Sex after 60: Results of the National Survey," a Gerontology Institute Distinguished Speaker Series talk by Neal Cutler.

Neal Cutler

A periodic compilation of references to Ithaca College in the national media.

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