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List of Achievements:

OSE Award: New Student Organization of the Year

Texas Cabaret: a collection of performances in emotional and financial support of those affected by natural disasters and power outages in Texas

Black Students and Burnout: a presentation/workshop around Black students' unique emotional experience at PWIs, part of February's Martin Luther King Jr. campus-wide celebration

Juneteenth Cabaret (Black Femmes United): a collection of performances expressing the anguish of Summer 2020, calling for racial justice in both the college and the country at large

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Elena Chang, a senior Integrated Marketing Communications major at Ithaca College, has been selected to progress to the national finals in the Washington Media Scholars Media Plan Case Competition!

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 Six students were inducted into the Ithaca College Paulen A. Smith chapter of Sigma Xi, the honor society for science and engineering at a virtual ceremony on Thursday, April 15th.

 

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Do students with low placement scores who take remedial courses in reading and writing do better in courses such as introductory psychology that rely heavily on reading fluency and comprehension?

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An empirical article by Leigh Ann Vaughn and 142 other researchers around the world was published on April 13 in Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. The lead researcher was Janis Zickfeld (Aarhus University, Denmark).

 

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During the virtual SPJ Region 1 Mark of Excellence Awards ceremony held on Saturday, April 10, 2021, ICTV and WICB were recognized for outstanding broadcast journalism and news coverage. 

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Dr. Ellen J. Staurowsky, Professor, Sports Media was recently elected as a fellow by the National Academy of Kinesiology (NAK).  According to NAK, "Being elected a fellow in the Academy is considered the pinnacle career achievement within the discipline of Kinesiology.  Elected fellows are those who have made sustained and distinguished contributions to the discipline for an extended period, typically with multiple signature contributions..."

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The tenth annual Wheels for Women benefit cabaret, held on February 27th, was a record- breaking event for the IC student organization. A board comprised of twelve Department of Theatre Arts students, led by seniors Ronee Goldman and Teresa Gelsomini, worked diligently to face the challenges of offering a virtual cabaret.

 

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National Public Radio has awarded Television-Radio Senior Students Chris Ashe, Gavin Berger, and Leah Ettinger, an “Honorable Mention” award for the History of Famous Phrases episode of their podcast, This Strange World.

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Recent graduates from Public and Community Health in the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance are publishing a data-based article related to a Service-Learning project in The International Journal of Health, Wellness, and Society.

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 Marella Feltrin-Morris (Modern Languages and Literatures) has published in Pirandello Studies 40 (2020) the first English translation of “Leviamoci questo pensiero” ("Let's Get It Over With," 1910) and "La maschera dimenticata ("The Forgotten Mask," 1918), two short stories by the Italian writer Luigi Pirandello (1867-1936).

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 American Marketing Association recognizes outstanding seniors.

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Rajpreet Heir, Writing, published a book review of Melissa Febos' new essay collection.

https://www.bostonglobe.com/2021/04/01/arts/searching-ways-understand-survive-girlhood/

The Department of Exercise Science & Athletic Training is pleased to announce our 2021 award winners for the Athletic Training Program.

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Organizers of the 2nd Annual HSHP Interprofessional Education (IPE) Case Competition and Hackathon are pleased to announce the winning teams from our virtual event held on March 27th. Each team was tasked to address either a physical, emotional, or community health problem in Tompkins County due to the Covid-19 pandemic. 

 

 

 

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 The Ithacan has been named a finalist “in one or more categories” in this year’s Society of Professional Journalists Region 1 (Northeast Region) Mark of Excellence Awards competition. The awards are presented for work published during calendar year 2020 (Sophia Adamucci ’20, spring semester editor in chief; Madison Fernandez ’21, fall semester editor in chief).

  Winners will be announced at this year’s SPJ Virtual Regional Conferences on April 10 and 14-15.. Regional winners will go on to compete against the winners in their categories from SPJ’s other 11 regions for SPJ’s national Mark of Excellence awards.  

SPJ is the largest professional organization of reporters and editors in the country.

  The Ithacan has been named a Gold Medalist for 2019–20 in the Columbia Scholastic Press Association’s annual college publication critique. The judges evaluated issues of the paper, as well as the website, produced last academic year (Sophia Adamucci ’20, editor in chief; Zoë Freer-Hessler ‘20, managing editor). The CSPA critique consistently ranks The Ithacan as a Gold Medalist, its highest category. 

  Among the judges’ summary comments: “What distinguishes The Ithacan are the numerous serious issues the writers address through substantive research and interviewing; the outstanding interviewing skills result in thoughtful, in depth quotes. All topics are covered responsibly and maturely. It is rare to see a publication that embraces and excels at all the elements of journalistic writing, but The Ithacan does.”

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 Chris Holmes, Associate Professor of English, co-edited a special issue of the journal Modern Fiction Studies (MFS).

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Dr. Jonathan Ablard, History, published “Framing the Latin American Nutrition Transition in a Historical Perspective, 1850 to the Present” in História, Ciência, Saúde-Manguinhos, a peer-reviewed quarterly publication of the Casa de Oswaldo Cruz, a division of the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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 The Ithacan was honored with a Silver Crown award by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association in conjunction with the Spring National College Media Convention held online March 18-20, 2021. The award was presented in an online ceremony on March 20. 

The paper also won Third Place for Best Newspaper and Fourth Place for Best Website in the conference’s Best of Show competition. The Crown Awards are the highest honors presented by the CSPA. The Ithacan is a consistent Crown Award winner.

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