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Powerful Tools for Caregivers is a six-week educational program designed to provide you with tools you need to take care of yourself. These classes are offered free of charge to those caring for spouses, parents or other adult relatives/friends.
 

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Envelope Pricing in WebCRD

Contributed by Karen Serbonich on 06/16/2017 

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The Center for Print Production recently updated the impression cost on printed envelopes in WebCRD due to the recent installation of a new press.  The cost per impression is reduced by .02.

This will impact the catalog pricing and the individual pricing on envelopes.

We will adjust the chargebacks on envelopes completed and delivered after 6/1/17.

 

Congratulations Virgilio Pinto, Interlibrary Loan Lending Coordinator, for graduating from Leadership Tompkins on Thursday June 15, 2017.

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Last week, personnel representing police agencies from around the region participated in 24th annual Police Mountain Bike School at Ithaca College.  The curriculum for this program was developed right here at IC in 1993 under the leadership of Ithaca College Office of Public Safety officers, and still remains the training standard for police biking instruction throughout the region.

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This posting will serve as a clarification regarding summer parking restrictions.  As stated in the original posting, “…fire lanes, no parking zones, timed spaces, accessible spaces and other reserve spaces and lots…” will be enforced, as they would be during the academic year.  

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In July 2017, Payflex is changing the “share class” for six of the Health Savings Account (HSA) investment funds.

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Anthony Adornato, assistant professor of journalism, recently published a paper, “You Can’t Post That! Social Media Policies in US Television Newsrooms,” in the Electronic News journal.

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After 16 years at Ithaca College, Dr. Suki Montgomery Hall, psychologist and Assistant Director at CAPS,  has decided to make a professional change and is moving on to expand her private practice in Ithaca.

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This posting will serve as a clarification regarding summer parking restrictions.  As stated in the original posting, “…fire lanes, no parking zones, timed spaces, accessible spaces and other reserve spaces and lots…” will be enforced, as they would be during the academic year. 

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It's with both pleasure and a degree sadness that the Business and Finance division will celebrate the upcoming retirement of Jo Anne Rosato.

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  Peter Silberman, Associate Professor of Music Theory, presented a talk based on an Ithaca College course he developed at the conference Pedagogy Into Practice:  Teaching Music Theory in the Twenty-First Century, held at Lee University in Cleveland, TN, on June 2.

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Contributed on behalf of Dave Weil, Associate Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Digital Instruction and Information Services

It is with great mixed emotions that we announce that Harriet Marisa, Associate Director for Systems & Applications Administration in DIIS will be retiring at the end of this month. After just over 23 years at Ithaca College, her last day will be Friday, June 30th.

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Steve Gonick, Executive in Residence in the School of Business, accompanied seven students to the daylong Women@Work Summit in Albany, NY at the Times Union Newspaper Corporate Headquarters on Wednesday, June 7, 2017.

 

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 Writing Department Associate Professor Catherine Taylor presented at a panel on "Questioning Memoirs' GPS; Locating Identity and the Global Body Politic" at the NonfictioNow Conference in Reykjavik, Iceland on June 3, 2017. She also Chaired a roundtable on Hybrid Genres in Nonfiction Writing at the same conference. On May 29, Taylor gave a reading and a short lecture at The Poetry Center of Siglufjordur, on Iceland's north coast. 

This posting will serve as a clarification regarding summer parking restrictions.  As stated in the original posting, “…fire lanes, no parking zones, timed spaces, accessible spaces and other reserve spaces and lots…” will be enforced, as they would be during the academic year. 

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The New Directions Cello Festival is a performance and educational forum for non-classical cello, featuring performances, workshops, and jam sessions led by guest artists (and their groups) who are pioneering new directions for cellists in a wide variety of styles.

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Dr. Janet Galván had an active year as a guest conductor and clinician.  In July of 2016, she led a choral tour of singers from Perth, Australia, Pennsylvania, and Georgia on a tour to Belfast and Dublin, presenting concerts to packed, enthusiastic audiences.  

 

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We are recruiting participants aged 3 – 15 years for a study looking at how the link between heart activity and breathing changes during activities such as rhythmic movement and listening to music, poetry, and a reading appropriate to the child’s age.

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 We are looking for infants who will soon turn 5 months, born within 3 weeks of due date, weighing less than 30 lbs., have not yet started to crawl on hands and knees, and are developing typically.  

 

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This posting will serve as a clarification regarding summer parking restrictions.  As stated in the original posting, “…fire lanes, no parking zones, timed spaces, accessible spaces and other reserve spaces and lots…” will be enforced, as they would be during the academic year.  

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