The director of the Ithaca College London Center has announced his plans to retire after 18 years in the position and a total of 40 years with the college.
Bill Sheasgreen visited the South Hill campus with his wife the week of March 16–20 to provide assistance in the summer and fall program orientations. The college hosted two coffee talk receptions for Sheasgreen on March 20,...
Ithaca College’s athletic training program can now provide its students with an opportunity to study abroad, which has been virtually unheard of in recent years.
Juniors Tara Condon and Miriam Rosenthal will attend the Institute of Technology Carlow in Ireland Fall 2015 for the college’s newest athletic training exchange program.
The program was created by Paul...
When choosing a study-abroad program, one of my main criteria was “will this program let me ride a camel?” Morocco was one of the few that would. Don’t get me wrong, there are many great things about my program — reporting and writing abroad, working with a freelance journalist who files for The New York Times, staying with a host family — but honestly, the camel...
Submitted by Tanya Saunders, Assistant Provost
William Sheasgreen, director of the Ithaca College London Center, has announced his plans to retire after forty years of dedicated service to Ithaca College. He started teaching for the Center in 1975; his favorite course was Modern European Intellectual History. In addition, he served as an advisor for the London Center Freshman Program and, in 1997, took on the responsibilities of the Center director. In this capacity, he has been an executive member of the American Association of Study Abroad Programs in the UK and was the Association chair from 1998 through 2006. But these titles don’t adequately capture who Bill is and what he has meant to all of us who know him and work with him, whether as students, faculty, staff, or alumni.