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Digital Instruction and Information Services (DIIS) would like to remind the campus community that we now have extended hours at the Service Desk! In an effort to better support the campus community with technology needs, the new hours are as follows:

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Associate professor of Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) and chair of the Department of Strategic Communication, Scott R. Hamula, was recognized with the Outstanding Service Award by the Advertising Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC).

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 It is with sad news that I inform the Ithaca College community that Robert (Bob) Jenkins passed away on September 14th, 2016 at the age of 78.

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 Naeem Inayatullah (with co-author, David Blaney) published, "Global Capitalism, Inequality and Poverty” (in Toni Erskine and Ken Booth, International Relations Theory Today (Polity, 2016).

The chapter asks why poverty exists in the face of astonishing wealth.  It moves through arguments, both modern and pre-modern, that justify poverty’s persistence. 

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The Tots on Bots interdisciplinary research team started its second year with a social and informative gathering with all students and faculty from four different departments involved in the study.

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Associate professor and director of jazz studies Mike Titlebaum and his friends make music.

Why make MUSIC? Well, BECAUSE...  MUSIC!

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Bringing a bike to campus?

Contributed by Malorie Kerry on 09/19/2016 

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All bicycles on campus must be registered. Bicycle registration is free.  Individual bicycles only need to be registered once.  Registration helps the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management to identify owners of lost, stolen or impounded bicycles and to disseminate safety information. Bicycle registration also allows Ithaca College to plan more accurately for improved bicycle parking and bicycle safety. If you see a bike you believe to be abandoned and/or is causing a safety hazard please contact our office at 274-3756. To register your bicycle, please go to

Interested in research? Students within the department will present on their summer research experiences of chemistry and biochemistry at Ithaca College and other research universities.

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Film Screening of Burden of Peace (Guatemala 2015, documentary)

Wed. Sept. 21 at 4pm

Textor 102

FREE and Open to the Public

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As part of our efforts to provide better planning, coordination, and alignment with college needs, Digital Instruction and Information Services (DIIS) and the Budget Office are piloting a new process for submitting technology-related NSOP and capital budget requests for the 2017/18 fiscal year. Links: Detailed Instructions  |  Request Form

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Leigh Ann Vaughn, Associate Professor of Psychology, is a co-author on "Many Labs 3: Evaluating participant pool quality across the academic semester via replication," which was published in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology on September 17, 2016.

This publication is the culmination of work by researchers at 22 institutions in the U.S. and Canada, which was headed by Charles Ebersole of the University of Virginia. The article acknowledges the following Ithaca College alumnae for contributing to the data collection in fall 2014: Emma Hayden Arnaut (2015), Patricia Herrmann (2015), Christine Hill (2015), Kanako Kambe (2016), Abigail Kane-Gerard (2016), and Hayley Paquette (2015). These students were psychology majors in Professor Vaughn's Social Judgment Research Team.

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September is National Fruits & Veggies - More Matters Month and we are celebrating by Putting Fruit to Work during the week of September 19-23, in conjunction with the Tompkins Country Worksite Wellness Coalition. The USDA recommends that individuals make half their plate fruits and vegetables for meals and snacks. 

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This October we are bringing to you a new IC A Healthy Me Challenge that will really get you on your feet! 

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The Longview-Ithaca College shuttle is back in service, but will be using a gray minivan in place of the Longview van for the beginning of the week of September 19th.

There have also been some changes to the Monday/Wednesday/Friday schedule that go into effect on Monday, 9/19/16.  Copies of the schedule will be available Monday on the rack outside of the Gerontology Institute on the second floor of Job Hall. Anyone interested in receiving an electronic copy of the revised schedule can contact Christine Pogorzala at or 607.274.1051.

Students at the Mathematics Department will be presenting their summer experiences. Monday Septermber 19th, 4:00 to 5:30, Williams 320. Come to learn about their work.

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If you've been considering graduate school, you should come to this workshop! We'll cover topics like: do you need to go to grad school for your intended career path, what are the benefits, how to find the right program, the application process, entrance exams, and more!

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Moments of Relaxation on Campus

Contributed by Katie Sack on 09/16/2016 

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 People react to long days at work in many different ways but it is important to take some time throughout the day to take a break and just relax. This can either be in the form of exercise, mini meditation or enjoying a quiet moment outside. 

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On Thursday, September 22nd between 5:30-6:30 AM there will be an outage of the campus voice mail system due to maintenance. This will not impact telephone dial tone or general telephone use. The campus Emergency Notification System will continue to function during the voice mail maintenance. Any callers who would reach the voice mail system during this period will receive a recording stating maintenance is ongoing and to call back after 6:30 AM.

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"Women and Sport in Modern China" presentation was part of the Health Promotion and Physical Education Speaker Series.

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 Here's the latest on what's happening in the School of Music!

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