Updated Regularly: Call for Whalen Symposium Presenters: Deadline = March 4; Summer Scholars Program in H&S--deadline is Feb. 15
Monday, January 25, 2016
Students: Interested in participating?
Contact your faculty collaborator to discuss the proposal submission process.
Faculty: Submissions will be accepted for presentations, performances, and displays. The online submission form and information can be found on the Whalen Symposium website at
The Symposium will take place on Thursday, April 14, 2016. It is the premier academic event at Ithaca College and features student presentations on research and creative works that are developed in collaboration with faculty.
If you wish to receive announcements via email, please contact email@example.com and ask to be added to the James J. Whalen Academic Symposium email list.
Please contact MaryAnn Taylor at 274-3113 or firstname.lastname@example.org should you have any questions.
Tuesday, December 22, 2015
Up to 10 Scholar awards will be made for this summer
Apply for a paid & full-time position for 8 weeks of research, scholarly, or creative projects in the summer of 2016.
See the announcement for full details: /hs/awards_and_honors/awardsgrants/summscholars/
Thursday, October 1, 2015
H&S students considering spending a semester in NYC
Thursday, October 1
The H&S application materials and additional information regarding ICNYC are available online
The application deadline to attend the Spring 2016 program is Monday, October 19, at 4:00p.m.
The application requires signatures from the student, a parent/guardian, and their faculty adviser. Also required is a recommendation from the faculty member who will serve as the student's faculty sponsor for their internship experience(s) or independent study, fieldwork, or research opportunity. H&S students are required to complete at least 3 credits of internship or independent study while in NYC. Many students choose to complete 6 credits of internship or split their experience between 2 sites (opportunities) for 3 credits per site (opportunity). Students interested in the individualized study option should contact us for more information. Students do not need to have an internship or individualized study option secured/finalized prior to the application deadline. These must be secured/finalized and paperwork completed, approved, and processed prior to arriving in New York City.
If you have questions about ICNYC applications or the process, please contact Corinna Klinger, Program Assistant, H&S, at email@example.com or 274-3409.
Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Corinna Klinger at 274-3409 or firstname.lastname@example.org We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.
Thursday, September 17, 2015
Drop-in hours for the semester are in Muller 212:
- Wednesdays from 9 am to 12 pm
- Thursdays from 2 pm to 5 pm
Students will be able to meet and work with Nikki Lynn, a professional staff member of the Office of Career Services.
Students will receive career advice relevant to the programs within the School of Humanities and Sciences. Services will include resume/cover letter review, assistance with internship and job search, and interview preparation.
Nikki Lynn works as a career counselor in the Office of Career Services and has been at Ithaca College since 2011. She has 10 years of experience in higher education and has worked closely with nontraditional, transfer, and international students as well as alumni. Nikki currently organizes the annual Graduate and Professional School Fair, the majors and Minors Fair in collaboration with the Exploratory Program, coordinates Career Services marketing efforts, supervises the Career Services Marketing Interns, and provides one-on-one career counseling for all students and alumni of Ithaca College.
Career Services provides career related education, experiential learning, professional development, and post-graduate opportunities for the benefit of students and alumni. Ultimately, each person is responsible for his or her own career direction and decision-making. By utilizing our programs and services, students and alumni will learn to incorporate a multi-faceted approach to their career development.
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
The Bio Club is putting together some teams for BIG PINK VOLLEYBALL.
WHAT IS IT?
A campus wide volleyball tournament except the volleyball is 4 ft in diameter. So it doesn't matter if you think you are bad at volleyball....no one can be that good with a 4ft ball. So play anyway! All proceedings go to the national breast cancer foundation.
HOW DO I JOIN A TEAM?
Email Jaime Lisack email@example.com by September 11th. You have two options.1) Tell her what lab you are in and who in your lab is planning on participating, note that it does not matter if you do not have enough players when you send this to her OR 2) If you are not in a lab send her the email and she will put teams together based on labs with less people or amount of interest.
WHEN IS IT?
The tournament is noon, Saturday October 3rd. However, there is a captains meeting (at least one per team) September 30th at 6pm in Hill
It would be awesome if a lot of people participated and showed our unity as the biology department and our support for breast cancer research and awareness! It would be an awesome way to make some new friends and have fun!