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Jen Tennant (Economics) and Wahid Khan (Econ BA '16) just published, "On Bullying, Mental Health, and Weight Perception," in the Spring 2020 volume of Pennsylvania Economic Review.


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A panel of the National Advertising Review Board (NARB), chaired by Associate Professor of IMC Scott Hamula, has referred advertising claims made by Avadim Health, Inc. to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for review and possible enforcement action. The referral comes after the company declined to comply with an NARB recommendation to discontinue unsupported health-related claims for Avadim’s Theraworx Relief Products: Theraworx Relief for Muscle Cramps and Spasm Foam and Theraworx Relief for Joint Discomfort & Inflammation Foam. 

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Raechel Lutz ('07--History & Art History) publishes "Petroleum’s Park: How Oil Shaped the Palisades Interstate Park, 1900–1960" in the journal Technology and Culture and "Get a High School Teaching Job" in Environmental History Now.

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We Two Alone, a collection of stories and a novella by Jack Wang, associate professor in the Department of Writing, has been included in the list of Best Canadian Fiction of 2020 by CBC Books. It has also been named one of the 2020 Books of the Year by Quill & Quire, Canada's leading magazine of book news and reviews, and one of the 2020 Books of the Year in fiction by 49th Shelf, a website dedicated to Canadian literature.

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 Assistant Professor David Hajjar in the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Department published a paper in the journal Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) in December, 2020.

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Maya recently won a poster contest and her work will be on display at Poster House, a museum in NYC dedicated to posters,  in conjunction with the Swiss Consulate of New York City to complement their current exhibit on the Swiss Grid!

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Over break, Dr. Ellen J. Staurowsky, professor of sports media, was an invited panelist in the Strategic and Purposeful Athletics and Race Colloquy on the topic of What You Need to Know:  Insights on Rights, Racism, and Revenues in Collegiate Sports.  This program was moderated by Dr. Debby Stroman, director, Center of Sport Business Analytics, and included Dr. Lori Martin, professor, sociology and African & American Studies and Faculty Athletics Representative, Louisiana State University. 

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Two math majors presented their research from Summer 2020 Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) programs at the Joint Mathematics Meetings of the American Mathematical Society and the Math Association of America on January 7, 2021.

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Matthew Clauhs, an Assistant Professor of Music Education, recently published a book with Routledge titled "Popular Music Pedagogies: A Practical Guide for Music Teachers." The book provides a foundation for playing and teaching a variety of instruments associated with popular music and examines relevant technologies. 

By providing culturally responsive and learner-centered opportunities through popular music education, the authors hope to create inclusive and creative music-making experiences for all students. 



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 Professor and Director of Athletic Training in the Department of Exercise Science & Athletic Training, Paul R. Geisler, EdD, ATC was invited to submit a paper for peer review in the Journal of Athletic Training's new "Current Clinical Concepts" column on iliotibial band pathology.

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School of Business Professor John Vongas (Management) recently published an article in the journal Plos One. The article investigates whether the effect of leader emergence on personal distress is influenced by the personalized power motive and changes in testosterone and cortisol levels.


Dr. Pranietha Mudliar (Assistant Professor of Policy, ENVS) has published a research article in the most recent issue of Society and Natural Resources. Titled "Locating Power in Ostrom’s Design Principles: Watershed Management in India and the United States,” the article is based on Dr. Mudliar's long-standing field research in Karnataka, India and West Virginia, United States (U.S.). 

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 Walter Byongsok Chon, Assistant Professor of Dramaturgy and Theatre Studies, publishes his article “Searching for the Origin of the Korean Wave: The Nanhee’s Mimaji!” in the online global theatre journal The Theatre Times. This article is about the premiere production of Mimaji!, written and directed by Myung-Wha Kim, and produced by the theatre company The Nanhee.

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Clinical Assistant Professor Tim Reynolds of the Exercise Science and Athletic Training Department recently published a paper in the Journal of Athletic Training and Sports Health Care. The paper, "The Power of Words," explores how the language utilized by healthcare providers can influence a patient's recovery process. The abstract of the article can be viewed at the following link: 

This year, the Ithaca College Composition Department is pleased to be hosting the annual National Student Electronic Music Event (NSEME), one of the most important events for students working in electronic music. This is an entirely student driven conference, usually reserved for doctoral students, but a small group of Ithaca College Senior Composition students will be organizing an entirely remote Conference to take place in April 2021.    

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Sandra Steingraber, PhD, Distinguished Scholar in Residence of the Department of Environmental Studies and Sciences announces the release of the 7th edition of a fracking report that has been the focus of her research for the past year.  

New Analysis of Fracking Science (nearly 2,000 studies) Finds Grave Health, Environmental Justice, and Climate Impacts 

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Congratulations to Ithaca College Physics Faculty on a milestone for their YouTube Channel. Ithaca College Physics has just hit 6 million views.  Check out our most popular video on Superconducting Quantum Levitation: 

Two students in the Ithaca College MGMT 29700 class have been selected to be guest writers for Pop Culture Squad’s With Further Ado column. 

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Luca Maurer, director of the Center for LGBT Education, Outreach & Services, served as a presenter during the 13th annual Mid-Atlantic LGBTQA Conference hosted by Bloomsburg University, held virtually this year. 

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Dr. Laura Carapella, Associate Professor in the Department of Health Promotion and Physical Education publishes children's book. 

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