News Releases

Archive: July 2017


Much ado has been made about the power of instructional online videos. Many see them as powerful supplements or even replacements to classroom learning. But how are those claims really being measured?

Two Ithaca College researchers are aiming to get beyond the anecdotes about “flipped classrooms,” where static learning through videos (or other means, including textbooks)...

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A video showing off an Ithaca College physics professor’s sweet magnetic track in the shape of a Mӧbius strip has caused a stir on the Internet—as such awesome things do.

The track is used by Matthew Sullivan, a researcher in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, to demonstrate one of the most apparent ...

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Many managers are skeptical about the idea of allowing flexible work arrangements for their employees. However, a new study shows that managers develop greater interest in supporting flexible work if they are strategically exposed to its value, and sociologist Stephen Sweet says his findings could give a boost to family-responsive employment...

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High School students who are considering a career in health care are getting some hands-on experience along with a taste of college life at the HealthQuest camp, being held July 10–14 at Ithaca College. The annual program is sponsored by the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance under the auspices of the ...

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When Yasmeen Mughal ’18 learned that she was one of only 37 graduate and undergraduate students from around the country to secure an internship with the Library of Congress, she was ecstatic. “It was the highlight of my college career,” she said. “It felt great knowing all my time hustling for every opportunity finally paid...

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