Susan Allen-Gil, chair of the Environmental Studies and Sciences department, and Susan Swensen, chair of the Biology department, are among the faculty included in an article titled "Sustainability As an Academic Discipline" in the latest issue of Sustainability: The Journal of Record. This article was based upon a roundtable panel discussion that Dr. Allen-Gil and Dr. Swensen convened for the conjoined AASHE/Greening of the Campus conference in Fall 2009.
Besides sending U.S. citizens far and wide, the Fulbright program also brings some of the brightest scholars from other countries to the United States.
During spring 2010, Ithaca College was fortunate to have Professor Olena Borysova from the Kharkiv Academy of Municipal Economy in the Ukraine visiting the department of environmental studies and sciences. According to Susan Allen-Gil,...
In late June, Department Chair Susan Allen-Gil and rising senior Becky Webster travelled to the west coast to discuss their experiences at last December's COP-15 climate change conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, as part of a panel at AESS’s annual meeting.
The Steering Committee for the “Commit to Change” program – which was created through a generous grant from the HSBC in the Community Foundation to the Environmental Studies department - announces its Spring 2010 funding awards. All “Commit to Change” funding programs are open to any Ithaca College undergraduate in good academic standing, irrespective of major.