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International Conference on Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning (ICICKM)
Contributed by Scott Erickson on 10/26/2016
On October 14-15, the Ithaca College School of Business hosted the 13th International Conference on Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management, and Organisational Learning, drawing scholars and practitioners from around the world to discuss key topics managing data, knowledge, and intelligence.
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Contributed by Arhlene Flowers on 10/26/2016
Arhlene A. Flowers, associate professor in Integrated Marketing Communications, and Yvette Sterbenk, assistant professor in Communication Management and Design, published “Winter, You Win: Ithaca Convention and Visitors Bureau ‘Surrenders’ to Key West with an Unconventional Campaign that Goes Viral” in Case Studies in Strategic Communication (CSSC). CSSC is a peer-reviewed online journal dedicated to the study of strategic communication through the case study form. Both Flowers and Sterbenk are in the Department of Strategic Communication housed in the Roy H. Park School of Communications.
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Project Look Sharp Celebrates 2nd Annual Media Literacy Week with Webinar on the 2016 Presidential Campaign for High School and College Educators
Contributed by Ari Kissiloff on 10/26/2016
The 2nd Annual U.S. Media Literacy Week will be held from October 31-November 4, 2016. This week is designed to bring attention and visibility to media literacy education in the United States. The National Association for Media Literacy Education is working to create a media literacy week to showcase the amazing work done by media literacy educators and organizations across the country. The overall mission of Media Literacy Week is to highlight the power of media literacy education and its role in education today.
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This program will provide small grants of up to $300 to individual faculty members to help defray the costs connected with developing or redesigning a course that incorporates or is focused on diversity and/or international/cultural issues (/diversity/). Costs covered include books, other print materials, digital resources such as DVDs or other electronic resources, and laboratory supplies when relevant. Material purchases are limited to items that are directly related to the development or redesign of the course. The program is not intended for use by faculty in their quest for advanced degrees. Early career and ALANA faculty are strongly encouraged to apply.
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Contributed by Lisabeth Chabot on 10/26/2016
Thursday, October 27, 12-12:50 pm - Gannett 319 --The Digital Commons: Supporting Open Access at Ithaca College
Bridget Bower, College Archivist, will introduce the Digital Commons@IC, our online repository for hosting the scholarship of Ithaca College students, faculty, and staff. Matt Gorney, Digital Media Coordinator, DIIS, will discuss adding Kaltura-created media to the Commons.
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Through the collaborative efforts of the Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs, our campus partners in various departments and offices, and our student organizations, we are able to provide various opportunities to learn, share, celebrate, empower, and appreciate Latinx Heritage Month, Native Heritage: 1st Peoples Month, Black History Month, and Focus Asia Month.
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Contributed by Jennifer Wofford on 10/26/2016
The deadline for summer sessions 2017 undergraduate course proposals is November 1st.
If you'd like to propose a summer session undergraduate course, contact your department chair.
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Contributed by Rachel O'Campo on 10/26/2016
Are you on a meal plan and want to give your dinner a boost? Join us on Thursday, October 27th, at dinner in Towers Dining Hall for some delicious steak and sides!
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Contributed by Kat Burton on 10/25/2016
The Finger Lakes Geriatric Education Center (FLGEC) and the State Society on Aging New York will partner to present a Rural Summit. This one-day event will focus on issues related to the health needs of older people in rural New York.
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The State Society on Aging (SSA) of New York is an interdisciplinary membership society. SSA brings together individuals and groups from health, government, educational and community settings committed to improving the quality of life for older New Yorkers through education, research, service, and advocacy.
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Contributed by Jaimie Voorhees on 10/25/2016
Posted on behalf of President Tom Rochon and Interim Vice President (CFO) Janet Williams.
Beginning this year, the U.S. Department of Education is making the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) available three months earlier than in the past. Students can now apply for federal financial aid beginning October 1, rather than January 1. The goal of early FAFSA is to expand college opportunity by ensuring that students and families have more time to consider their college options with an understanding of the financial resources available to help them pay for college.
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Contributed by Mara Baldwin on 10/25/2016
Please join us for the opening reception of DARK PASSAGE at the Handwerker Gallery, on Thursday, October 27, from 5-7 pm. Stop by, meet the artists, gather with friends, and get a first-look!
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Contributed by Mara Baldwin on 10/25/2016
The Handwerker Gallery is proud to present DARK PASSAGE, which will remain on view from Wednesday, October 26 through Sunday, December 11. Featuring paired bodies of work by artists Sarah Sutton (Department of Art) and Ben Altman, DARK PASSAGE welcomes the progression of Fall with an exhibition exploring the tangle of human experience in a chaotic world.
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Contributed by David Prunty on 10/25/2016
Listed below are all of the currently scheduled sessions where members of the Shared Governance Task Force will be in attendance and available to receive feedback from the Ithaca Community.
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Contributed by Cheryl Gunther on 10/25/2016
An Entrepreneurial Application of an Environmental Studies Degree on Monday, October 31 at noon in CNS 115.
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Contributed by Malorie Kerry on 10/25/2016
Beginning on October 25th the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management will be conducting a sweep of the campus for the purpose of removing bicycles and bicycle parts that are obviously abandoned and/or parked where they should not be. The sweep is being conducted to improve campus safety, maximizes the availability of bike parking resources and improve the beauty of our campus environment.
According to newly adopted Ithaca College Bicycle Policy, a bicycle is considered abandoned when it is ..."found under circumstances which reasonably indicate that it has been abandoned (e.g., it appears to be inoperable and/or it does not appear to have been moved for an extended period of time)".
Bicycles will be tagged. Seven days later any bike that has not been removed will be confiscated. Impounded bicycles will be stored for a period not less than 90 days and in accordance with New York State Personal Property Law.
The campus community can help in this effort by reporting any suspected abandoned bicycles to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Writing Professor Jack Wang Publishes Short Fiction, Presents at JASNA, and Appears in the Folger Shakespeare Library
Contributed by Jack Wang on 10/24/2016
"The Nature of Things," a short story by Associate Professor Jack Wang of the Department of Writing, appears in the current issue of The Malahat Review, a Canadian literary journal from the University of Victoria. The story follows a young couple, both Canadian foreign nationals, in Shanghai during the outbreak of the Second Sino-Japanese War in 1937.
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Contributed by Andrew Kosinuk on 10/24/2016
This Wednesday through Friday, October 26 to 28, the U-Lot (Campus Center Lot) will be closed 6 to 9 a.m. each morning for reserved event parking. As of 9 a.m. it will be open for normal use. Individuals typically parking in this lot at the start of the business day will need to use other campus parking options until 9 a.m. Individuals needing to use the handicapped spaces in U-Lot can continue to do so during the reserved hours by speaking to the lot attendant.
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