IC in the Media

IC in the Media

A sampling from media accounts that reference Ithaca College or quote members of the college community.

Posted by Megan Christopher at 3:19PM

David Kornreich, assistant professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy
Kornreich is quoted in an article discussing the size of the universe and the number of stars it holds. “I don’t know [the answer] because I don’t know if the universe is infinitely large or not.”

Publication date: May 31, 2014


Posted by Megan Christopher at 3:16PM

Tim Reynolds ’14, alumnus
In an article highlighting entrepreneurialism stemming from New York colleges, Reynolds and his Kettleshell business were featured. 

Outlet: Poughkeepsie Journal
Publication date: May 22, 2014
Headline: “


Posted by Megan Christopher at 3:15PM

Chris Regan ’89, alumnus
NPR Ed’s list of the 25 most promising graduation speeches of the year included Regan, along with Jay Leno, as the only speakers likely “to skillfully combine wisdom and laughter” in their addresses. 

Outlet: NPR Ed
Publication date: May 20, 2014
Headline: “


Posted by Megan Christopher at 3:11PM

Stephen Sweet, associate professor and chair, Department of Sociology
In an article discussing flexible work arrangements, Sweet commented on the current state of the U.S. workplace. “The reality is that the full potentials of flexible work remain largely untested and unverified.”

Outlet: New York Times
Publication date: May 19, 2014


Posted by Megan Christopher at 3:07PM

Michael McCall, professor and chair, Department of Marketing and Law
In an article published by Business Insider, McCall discusses what entices subscription box customers to stay loyal. “The rub is that after a couple of rounds of getting items you don’t like, you may lose interest but that’s often not enough to get customers to call it...


Posted by Megan Christopher at 3:06PM

Candace King, student
King contributed an article to the NBC News Latino website recalling her time spent in Havana while studying abroad to improve her Spanish and gain a sense of the cultural and political realities of Cuba. “Looking back on the past months I have spent in Havana listening to the stories of the people and experiencing the life of the streets, I...


Posted by Megan Christopher at 3:05PM

Jesus Martinez ’17, student
Martinez was quoted about his experience participating in a youth achievement program at Massachusetts General Hospital, which helped to open his eyes to the professional possibilities ahead of him. He hopes to have a career that combines his interest in health care with his passion for law. “My experience there really taught me a...


Posted by Megan Christopher at 3:02PM

Jeff Cohen, director, Park Center for Independent Media, and associate professor, Department of Journalism
Thom Hartmann, host of The Big Picture, spoke with Cohen about how media consolidation has led to “infotainment” pushing out information in journalism. “The decline of journalism since the 1980s is directly in line with the conglomeration of media...


Posted by Megan Christopher at 3:01PM

Adam Peruta, assistant professor, Department of Strategic Communication
Active Times, an online resource for active living, featured Peruta’s personal safety app Yank and plans for its future expansion. “Users see the value in the app and would like it to be available outside of just using it with headphones.”

Outlet: Active Times


Posted by Megan Christopher at 2:57PM

Yvonne Rogalski, assistant professor, Department of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology, a leading online community for life science professionals, featured Rogalski’s research findings that offer advice to older adults who need to remember detailed written information. “Reading and recalling the text paragraph by paragraph instead of the...


Posted by Megan Christopher at 2:56PM

Luca Maurer, director, Center for LGBT Education, Outreach & Services
Lavender Magazine, a GLBT news source, published an adaptation of Maurer’s suggestions for  how adults can support GLBT youth. 

Outlet: Lavender Magazine
Publication date: May 1, 2014
Headline: “


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