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October 26, 1998 Volume 21, No. 5

Malveaux is Wilson Fellow

The noted economist, writer, and syndicated columnist will give a keynote address November 12 as the College's 1998 Woodrow Wilson fellow in residence.

Career Week: "Real World" Lessons

A series of seminars, panel discussions, and presentations October 26-30 will prepare students for entry into the working world.

College Students, Alumna, Staff Members Honored

The honors were announced during the awards banquet concluding the College's 1998 Professionals Symposium.

College Hosts Disaster Relief Concert

A benefit concert will be held in Ford Hall Auditorium October 30 to aid in disaster relief in the wake of Hurricane Georges.

College to Host AHANA Forum

A daylong forum for African-, Hispanic-, Asian-, and Native-American college and university students will be held here November 7.

Author Kellner-Rogers Will Offer Lecture Here

The author and international consultant on theory and practice of organizational change will speak on October 29 in Park Hall Auditorium.

Gay, Lesbian Civil Rights Subject of Series Talk

Barbara Raab, a producer for the NBC Nightly News, will discuss the issue on November 9 as part of the series honoring the 50th anniversary of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

New Series to Begin at Handwerker Gallery

A lecture series aimed at enhancing understanding of art production and art consumption will begin November 5 with a talk by John Tagg.

 
Calendar of Events 
 
Newsreel

A periodic compilation of references to Ithaca College in the national media.

 
Kudos

Honors, distinctions, milestones of Ithaca College faculty and staff.

 


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