Updated Regularly: NEWEST: 2 NEW Spring BIOLOGY COURSES; Student Funding: Fall 2014; EcoFest 2014, November 7,
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
BIOL 20402 Special Topics: Freshwater Ecology
BIOL 20403 Special Topics: Genomics and Informatics
Thursday, September 11, 2014
EcoFest is a sustainability festival geared toward students - and faculty and staff as well. It will be a day-long event on Friday November 7, in the Campus Center. We’ll have approx. 12 to 20 energy/sustainability information booths, staffed with professionals and Ithaca College staff to interact with attendees about sustainability as it relates to living, working, and learning on the Ithaca College campus, in your home, in your office, and in the community. The annual Sodexo local/sustainable food festival, will become a part of our event this year. We’ll be following-up our November 7 event with a “town hall” type forum geared towards students. These are some of the details:
- Approx. 12-20 Energy and Sustainability information booths (e.g. NYSERDSA, Cooperative Extension, Ithaca College Office of Energy Management and Sustainability, Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit, Solar Tompkins, IC Office of Facilities, ITS)
- Demonstrations (e.g. compost and recycling education; dorm, home and office energy-saving tips; and a mock office setup to showcase smart energy use, furniture reuse, green cleaning , computer ergonomics and energy savings, Greenstar Coop’s “smoothie bicycle”…)
- Tour of Athletic and Events Center that afternoon/evening
- Thursday November 13: We’re doing a follow-up to EcoFest 2014 with a town hall discussion on energy and sustainability in the evening. We’d like this discussion to be student-led and moderated.
We’ll have a “passport” card that we stamp at each information booth, demonstration, the tour and follow-up discussion, so students can record the way in which they participate.
Thursday, September 11, 2014
This fall, the H&S Dean’s office is inviting applications from students and faculty for two different grant/scholarship programs.
Student Conference Fund
NEW FOR FALL 2014 – the EGI "Easy Access” conference fund has been replaced by the Student Conference Fund. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, but should be submitted at least 3 weeks in advance for regional conferences and 6 weeks in advance for national and international conferences. Details and forms are available online.
Fred L. Emerson Humanities Collaboration Award
The deadline is Wednesday, November 5, 2014 by noon. This scholarship is granted to meritorious H&S students who are eligible for financial aid to work directly with a member of the Humanities faculty in H&S on a collaborative scholarly project. Students who will be juniors or seniors in spring are eligible to receive a stipend of $1,500 during the Spring 2015 semester to devote time and attention to the work required to succeed in such scholarly projects. Details are available at online.
Please email email@example.com if you have any questions about process or eligibility for any of these awards.