Want to study abroad in 2021-22 or beyond? Need help finding the right program? Come to an info session and get the information you need to make it happen! It’s definitely not too soon to start planning for your future international adventure now.
NOTE: most sessions require you to pre-register or RSVP.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22
- 6:00 pm – Know Your Options: Study Abroad Basics. Get an overview of all of the study abroad possibilities available to you as an IC student. This session is perfect for those who are just at the beginning stages of study abroad planning.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23
- 12:10 pm – Ithaca College London Center. Study in the heart of London! Learn everything you need to know about spending a summer or semester at the Ithaca College London Center.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25
- 12:10 pm – Study Abroad Advising – Drop-in Office Hours Connect anytime within the one-hour window, and a study abroad adviser will be waiting to speak with you. If there is already student with the adviser, you’ll be placed in the Zoom waiting room, and will be admitted to the meeting once the adviser is free. Be sure to bring specific questions, as this is not a presentation but a time for you to get your questions answered.
- 4:00 pm – TEAN: The Education Abroad Network – Study in China. Interested in studying in China? Learn about TEAN’s options for semester and summer China programs.
Want to know what else is coming up? View the full schedule of upcoming info sessions on our website.
NEED MORE INFORMATION TO PLAN YOUR STUDY ABROAD EXPERIENCE?Schedule an appointment with a study abroad adviser – we’ll help you find the program that’s right for you. Please note: we recommend meeting with an academic adviser to discuss your study abroad needs and timeline BEFORE scheduling a one-on-one study abroad appointment.
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The Center for Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Social Change (IDEAS) has 2 scholarships available for BIPOC students for the 2021-2022 academic year; we encourage you to apply!
The Rashad G. Richardson “I Can Achieve” Memorial Scholarship ($3,000.00) is intended to recognize the leadership of a BIPOC student at Ithaca College. The ideal candidate will have made significant contributions toward improving the quality of life for
- BIPOC youth in the Tompkins County community, or
- BIPOC youth in their local community or
- through a national organization dedicated to supporting BIPOC youth during the pandemic.
The African-Latino Society (ALS) Memorial Scholarship ($1,200.00) is awarded to a student of color at Ithaca College who has made significant contributions to Ithaca College campus. This scholarship aims to honor a student who has worked to influence and promote the academic, political, social, economic, and cultural welfare of BIPOC students at IC and the greater Tompkins County community (or their local community).
Click HEREto apply. Submissions should be received before Monday, March 15, 2021, 12:00pm.
Only undergraduate students returning for the 2021-2022 academic year as full-time undergraduate students are eligible. Any questions about financial aid packaging should be directed to the Office of Student Financial Services.
All additional questions should be directed to the Center for IDEAS by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to reviewing your submissions!
Join us for a discussion! Register here @ https://ithaca.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_qq0MjvMR9mn1j3hlZzSLw
11 AM-12:15 PM in Eastern Daylight Time (US and Canada)
In partnership with the Ithaca College Honors program, join our faculty, alumni, and community experts in our latest Rapid Response Salon conversation that focuses on analyzing the January 6 insurrection on the US Capitol from the perspectives of the Global South.
Moderated by Dr. Jonathan Ablard, History, Ithaca College
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Dr. Ernesto Bohoslavky
Dr. Bohoslavsky, professor of history at the National University “General Sarmiento” in Buenos Aires, is an international authority on Latin American far-right political movements. His research on right-wing ideologies, parties, and intellectuals focuses on Argentina, Brazil, and Chile, and their transnational networks. He is the author of four books and numerous articles published in Latin America, Europe, the United States, and Israel. Dr. Bohoslavsky is currently a visiting scholar at Sorbonne University in Paris.
Dr. Debra Castillo
Dr. Castillo is Stephen H. Weiss Presidential Fellow, Emerson Hinchliff Professor of Hispanic Studies, and Professor of Comparative Literature at Cornell University. She is past president of the international Latin American Studies Association. She specializes in contemporary narrative and performance from the Spanish-speaking world (including the United States), gender studies, comparative border studies, and cultural theory. Her most recent books include South of the Future: Speculative Biotechnologies and Care Markets in South Asia and Latin America (with Anindita Banerjee) and The Scholar as Human (with Anna Sims Bartel).
Dr. Jonathan Ablard
Dr. Ablard is professor of History at Ithaca College. He specializes in Latin America and the Caribbean. He is the author of Buenos Aires: Patients, Psychiatrists, and the Argentine State, 1880-1983 (2008). He has published widely on the history of military conscription in Argentina, obesity in Latin America, and history of conspiracy theories in Latin America. He is currently working on a transnational history of fraudulent advertising of quack medicine. He teaches courses in public health, revolution and counterrevolution, literature and dictatorship, and commodities.
RSVP for this park conversation with Keni Thacker! We are looking forward to a wonderful discussion you won’t want to miss! RSVP here -> https://ithaca.campuslabs.com/engage/event/5675233
Hope to see you there!
LGBTQ Representation in Media and Arts Panel, Friday Feb 26, 1 pm eastern time
Tired Tropes and Stale Stereotypes: LGBTQ representation in media and arts
LGBTQ representation in media and the arts: why is it important?
How does it impact LGBTQ and non-LGBTQ professionals?
How does it impact everyone who takes in media and the arts?
We’ll use the springboard of the documentary Disclosure as a jumping off point. Panelists including IC alumni and the director of IC’s LA Program, will share their perspectives on the industry, across media and arts genres, and across orientations and identities.
We recommend viewing the documentary Disclosure prior to this event, but it is not required in order to participate.
Link to register coming soon!
Panelists Professor Tropiano of IC’s LA program, and IC alumni Isabel Galupo, Jessie Earl, Calvin Kasulke, and Ashton Muniz.
Ithaca College students and mentors (faculty/staff) interested in the DANA Student Internship Program are invited to submit applications for Summer 2021 OR the 2021-22 Academic Year.
The program is designed to provide educationally valuable work experience for students currently receiving need-based financial aid from Ithaca College. Awards are highly competitive and are generally limited to current freshman, sophomore, and junior students with a 3.0 GPA or above.
For more information and the application link, please visit:
- All applicants must complete a FAFSA application by March 1, 2021.
- DANA applications must be completed and submitted by Monday, March 8, 2021 by 12:00 NOON.
- Award decisions will be announced no later than March 29, 2021.