Pulitzer Prize--winning cartoonist and author of Maus: A Survivors
Tale, the two-volumed story of a Holocaust survivor rendered
in comic book form, will give a lecture on Tuesday, March 27.
Spiegelman is this years distinguished speaker in the humanities.
11 years as dean of the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance,
Richard C. Miller Jr. has announced that he will be stepping down
to pursue other professional opportunities. An Ithaca native and
Ithaca College graduate, Miller was named the first dean of the
school in 1990.
fourth annual day of service --- renamed last year a Celebration
of Service" --- will take place on Friday and Saturday, March
a member of the speech communication faculty since 1993, has been
appointed associate dean of the School of Humanities and Sciences.
In addition to the implementation of academic policies and procedures,
her responsibilities include chairing the Technology Advisory
Committee, coordinating the schools admission activities,
and overseeing the quality of academic life and education.
annual James J. Whalen Academic Symposium will once again highlight
original research and creative works done by Ithaca College students
in collaboration with faculty sponsors.
College Sign Language Club will present "Flying Words Project"
--- a performance of stories and poems in American Sign Language
by performing artist Peter Cook and his collaborator Kenny Lerner
--- on Wednesday, March 28, at 7:00 p.m. in the Emerson Suites,
professor who provided demographic evidence that poor and minority
neighborhoods house a disproportionate number of waste dumps and
an internationally known advocate for American Indian issues will
give talks in this years C. P. Snow Lecture Series.
Is the universe
really infinite? Data from a small NASA satellite could soon show
that it is not. Jeffrey Weeks, a mathematician who conducts research
on this topic, will give a free public presentation, "The
Shape of Space," at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 22,
in Textor 101.
scholar and author Alan Berger will deliver the first talk in
the new Jewish Studies Lecture Series at Ithaca College --- "Mixed
Signals and Missed Opportunities: Catholic-Jewish Relations after
College Theatre production of the musical Side Show will
mark the Ithaca College directing debut of Lee Byron, associate
professor of theater arts and chair and director of theater.
founder and 	director of Mentors in Violence Prevention
Strategies, will give a multimedia presentation, "Tough Guise:
Violence, Media, and the Crisis in Masculinity," on Tuesday,
Christian pilgrimages, Zen archery, Jewish mysticism, gender violence
in film, a report on a near-death experience, and the oppressive
and liberating potentials of ritual will be some of the topics
considered when the American Academy of Religion holds its annual
regional conference at Ithaca College Friday and Saturday, March
11th annual Educational Technology Day will be held on Thursday,
March 22, in the Campus Center. Sponsored by Academic Computing
and Client Services, a division of the Office of Information Technology,
the event gives faculty, staff, and students from colleges and
universities in upstate New York, as well as other interested
people, a chance to learn about the latest computer and Internet
Dixon, a Tutelo Indian and a lecturer at the State University
of New York College at New Paltz, will speak on Friday, March
23, on the history of the Tutelo tribe in Ithaca.
of Broadway favorites will highlight "An Evening at the Pops,"
the annual concert sponsored by the Friends of Ithaca College.
Titled "A Journey to Broadway," the performance by the
Ithaca College Concert Band, conducted by Mark Fonder, is scheduled
for Sunday, April 1.
Direct film, video, and digital media series will celebrate its
20th anniversary with a weeklong festival and symposium. Rather
than the customary semester-long schedule of screenings and speakers
featuring independent women artists, the series will bring together
a rich variety of feminist media makers, scholars, critics, and
activists for a program of screenings, lectures, panel discussions,
and master classes.
studies program will hold its eighth annual WomenSpeak forum on
Wednesday, March 28, from 9:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00--4:00 p.m.
in Emerson Suite C, Phillips Hall. The daylong series of talks,
readings, performances, and guided exercises will focus on the
topic "Writing as a Feminist."
As part of
its five-state spring tour, the Ithaca College Choir will perform
"The American Dream" --- a program of 11 works that
depict the struggles and ideals upon which the United States was
founded --- on Saturday, March 24.
events on campus March 20- April 4.