Seamus Carey, Ph.D., a national leader in higher education, who has been vocal on the relevance and importance of a liberal arts education, will become Iona College’s ninth president, beginning July 1, 2019.
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Iona is participating in the New York State Enhanced Tuition Award program. The application is now open to incoming and current students.
Seamus Carey, Ph.D., a national leader in higher education, will become Iona College’s ninth president, beginning July 1, 2019.
Iona’s graduates will prevent more than 20,000 plastic bottles from being sent to landfills when they don robes made of recyclable materials at commencement on Saturday.
Iona College is pleased to announce the appointment of Joseph E. Stabile, Ph.D., as the new dean of the School of Arts & Science following a rigorous national search.
How will you move the world? Explore the possibilities at Iona, a supportive, tight-knit community that will challenge your mind, nurture your creativity, and ignite your passion for meaningful service and ethical leadership.
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FAFSA filing is currently open
FAFSA filing for prospective students is currently open. The Iona College code is 002737. Your journey to Move the World starts now!
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Joseph Giancaspro '20, a biochemistry major and one of the research students of Sunghee Lee, Ph.D., recently returned from a month-long research excursion in the laboratory of Shoji Takeuchi, Ph.D., at the University of Tokyo
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The Ionian is now digitized
Originally published in 1941 as The Iona Pinnacle, The Ionian is now digitized. Copies of issues from 1941 - April 2010 are now available to view and search through the library. Click here to view the archive.
Learn about I-CLAD
This program offers a variety of in-person training programs and online resources for Iona employees to enhance their abilities and specialties. Learn more & register for upcoming sessions.
Iona relies on you, our dedicated community of alumni and friends, to help us move our mission forward. This website will help you stay connected with your alma mater and your fellow Iona alumni.
Originally published in 1941 as The Iona Pinnacle, The Ionian is now digitized. Copies of issues from 1941-April 2010 are now available to view and search through the library. View the archive.