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The major network outage planned for next weekend (2/20 and 2/21) is being rescheduled due to a conflict with on-campus events. The maintenance work is now planned to begin late at night on Saturday, March 12th and conclude during the morning of Sunday, March 13th, which is the first weekend of Spring Break.

Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.

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Join us in the Campus Center Clark Lounge on Saturday, February 27, 2016 from 1:30 - 3:30pm for ALANA CAREER CONNECTIONS.  This networking event will feature a panel discussion with distinguished Ithaca College alumni. Students will hear a variety of perspectives as professionals share their valley and mountaintop experiences on the journey to career success.

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Submission deadlines for short-term, faculty-led courses to be taught abroad in 2016-17 are approaching. Any faculty or staff member interested in leading such a course abroad during the 2016-17 academic year is encouraged to be in touch with the Office of International Programs to begin discussing ideas for such programs.

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Lago is an LP recording created in dialogue with the photobook (of the same title) by American photographer Ron Jude, published by MACK (UK).

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A faculty showcase, the renowned Nathaniel Dett Chorale, and a guest appearance by the New York Voices in memory of Jazz Vocal Ensemble founder Dave Riley are just a few of the exciting concerts coming soon in the School of Music.  Certain concerts are webcast, visit www.ithaca.edu/music/live for more information.

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Faculty and students from the Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology presented at the 19th Annual Conference of the American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences in Las Vegas, NV.

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Do you ever feel like you never had a chance to thank someone who changed your life? Now's your opportunity!

 

During the annual "I Love IC" Week, which runs February 15–19, Students Today Alumni Tomorrow (STAT) is giving students a chance to send a note to a favorite professor or staff member.

 

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Engaging in dialogue regarding diversity and inclusion can be challenging when you are unfamiliar with key concepts and language. Doing the work to create a foundation of knowledge needed to cultivate understanding, accountability and a charge to action is crucial. But often, it is difficult to know where to begin.

This workshop can provide an understanding of oppression, privilege, biases, and inequality that are essential when learning about diversity and inclusion. In this workshop, we introduce many important concepts and help you to begin to develop your inclusive lens.

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While intentions have changed in the business community, true inclusion remains elusive. Quite likely the primary challenge for most organizations is that inclusion remains an abstract and vague thing. Even leaders that truly want greater inclusion have a hard time explaining in a clear and concise way what that means. Inclusion is commonly viewed as an attitude or the absence of hatred and intentional discrimination. This webinar is built around a tangible model of inclusion, including common barriers, a way of assessment and practices to employ toward greater inclusion.

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The Office of Human Resources invites you to participate in a 2-hour session designed to serve as a road map in navigating the hiring process from the perspective of the hiring manager.

Topics for this training session address important components of an inclusive search and selection process: beginning with building diverse pools, navigating the hiring system, assembling your search committee, inclusivity in the selection process, crafting interview questions, the on-campus visit through onboarding for success.

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Faculty Council will hold its faculty-only Town Hall meeting on Tuesday, February 16  at 12:05 - 1:00 PM in Textor 102. No minutes will be taken, no reporters will be present. This meeting is intended to be an open forum for faculty from all of the schools to share thoughts and ideas of mutual concern and interest. Administrators holding faculty appointments are requested to refrain from attending.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Peter Rothbart at rothbart@ithaca.edu or (607) 274-1497. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

Microsoft has stopped supporting and providing security updates for all versions of Internet Explorer below IE 11 as of January 12, 2016.

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“I Love IC” Week  is once again planned and organized by students from the Students Today Alumni Tomorrow (STAT) organization.

 

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You’ve probably heard by now that networking is the key to landing internships and jobs, but you may still be wondering HOW exactly to do that… Come to this workshop to learn how to proactively connect with Ithaca College Alumni at Network Nights over winter break and make lasting impressions that can lead to job and internship opportunities.

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Due to an anticipated high volume of Admissions visitors, N-Lot parking will be reserved as guest parking for a portion of the day on Monday, February 15.  The lot will re-open for regular use at approximately 1 p.m. that day.  Thank you for your understanding and cooperation as we welcome prospective students and their families to Ithaca College. 

The One Show Young Ones Competition challenges creative students to show off their skills by developing advertising campaigns for clients chosen by The One Club. A preeminently recognized contest, it is known for identifying the best young creative talent from around the world.

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Welcome to threads@CFE. This week's post is Encouraging Reflective Thinking by Susan Adams Delaney

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Renaissance in the Belly of a Killer Whale uniquely tells the story of three young women’s love affair with Harlem from youth to young adulthood through a montage of spoken word poetry, theatre, dance, and song. It explores the conflicts in coming to terms with a gentrified Harlem. The characters grapple with the positive aspects of gentrification, such as increased security, new businesses, and more resources, but also the negative aspects, such as displacement of residents, higher prices, and a cultural loss. Through stories deeply moving and uproariously funny, the performers bring to life their home neighborhood, the world famous village of Harlem, and highlight one vital idea that rings true for them all: They wish to establish a new Harlem Renaissance that will embrace the inevitable change to their neighborhood while revitalizing the rich culture of its past.

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 Bruce Henderson, Communication Studies, has been named the Harron Family Endowed Chair in Communication at Villanova for Fall 2016.

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Join the revolution!  Rise up with one billion people across the globe on Valentines Day as we dance, sing, speak, to insist on a world without gendered violence!

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