The Food As Communication Honors class taught by Cory Young, compiled a community cookbook that shares individual recipes and stories from Honors students, faculty and staff that correlate to them!
The Food As Communication course offers students a structured platform to investigate the relationship between food and communication. The course is designed for students that are passionate about food, but have little to no background in communication. It provides an introduction into the role of communication across the food and hospitality professions. Students will examine various functions, events, campaigns, and media through active participation, writing, discussing, and reading. Open only to students in the Ithaca College Honors Program.
Please click on the attached link below to see what your fellow Honorites have created!
Final Community Cookbook
The Honors Program will be sending 40 Honors students to New York City for our annual Spring NYC Trip! This year the trip will be on March 28th, 2020!
The coach bus is scheduled to depart to NYC at 6:30am and the bus will bring us back to Ithaca, NY by approximately 11:55pm on the same day. We will be meeting near the Textor Flagpole at 6am. You will also be given time to explore NYC as well (so don’t worry!)
Please fill out this form by WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2019!
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GAME ON: Sports Confronts the Climate Crisis
This event will occur on Weds. November 13 in 102 Textor Hall @ 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm. All are welcome to attend!
This public lecture explores how the climate crisis is harming the health of athletes as well as threatening the future of sports itself. It will also examine how athletes and sports figures are emerging as leaders in the climate justice movement around the world and offer opportunities for engagement by IC students. Of particular interest: exposure to air pollution from fossil fuel combustion and its effects on lung development and athletic performance in youth athletes; the rising incidence of heat stroke in outdoor sports, such as long-distance running and cricket; the leadership role that surfers, skiers, and snowboarders are playing in the fight for a renewable energy future; and the ways in which sports psychology can serve as useful tool in overcoming fear and anxiety about climate change. Topics discussed will be relevant to student athletes, exercise science students, health science majors of all kinds, as well as environmental studies and environmental science majors.
This event is co-sponsored by the Ithaca College Department of Exercise Science and Athletic Training in collaboration with the Department of Environment Studies and Sciences. Provost La Jerne Cornish will be on hand to welcome the audience to Ithaca College. Student environmental leaders will also be there.
Green Corps is a year-long paid fellowship that prepares recent college graduates for a career in environmental organizing by providing classroom training, hands-on experience running campaigns, and connections to jobs in the environmental & social change movement.
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The year-long program puts you in an intensive classroom training with people like Bill McKibben and other guest speakers. Then, you move to hands-on experience working with groups like Oceana, Corporate Accountability, The Wilderness Society and Mighty Earth to fight climate change, protect public lands and reform our food system. And when you graduate they will help you find a career with one of the nation’s leading environmental and social change groups.
The planet needs all the help it can get, especially now with so many protections under attack. To win now and build a strong foundation for lasting progress, they need people who know how to organize: to run organizations and campaigns that will inspire the support and action we need to save our planet.
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Green Corps’ year long program begins in August 2020 with Introductory Classroom Training, and continues with field placements in multiple locations across the U.S. Candidates must be willing to relocate.
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Hayley Berliner, Organizer with Green Corps
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Come and celebrate Toni Morrison’s (1931-2019) contribution to literature and take a stand against censorship with this great event at the Handwerker Gallery on Sept. 24th!