I.C. ANNUAL ASSESSMENT SUMMIT (register here) (Registration does not require you to attend all sessions.)
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Contributed by Garrett Eisler on 05/05/2014
The new Oxford Handbook of Sondheim Studies will feature an essay by IC Theatre Arts Assistant Professor Garrett Eisler among its collection of new perspectives on the work of Stephen Sondheim, the great composer-lyricist of the modern musical theatre.
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Contributed by Wade Pickren on 05/05/2014
Thursday, May 8, 2014, 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
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Contributed by Danette Johnson on 05/05/2014
A few more spots are available for faculty interested in participating in evaluations of ICC student portfolio submissions at the end of May. Three to four more evaluator slots are available for both natural science and quantitative literacy and one to two more slots are available for humanities.
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Contributed by Bernard Beins on 05/05/2014
Associate Professor Jeff Holmes published an article in Teaching of Psychology entitled "Undergraduate Psychology's Scientific Identity Dilemma: Student and Instructor Interests and Attitudes."
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Contributed by Carol Hansen on 05/04/2014
ENVS will hold the first-ever model solar car race on the Fitness Quad at 1:30 PM on Tuesday, May 6! Students in this term’s introductory Environmental Science and Technology class built miniature (approximately 8” wide by 12” long) solar-powered cars using guidelines set by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and the Solar Sprint event. Student teams chose their preferred design; their cars (each one unique in design, durability, and appearance) will race on Tuesday. About six cars will compete in each heat, with the top three cars advancing to the next round. A one-foot tall barrier will be built at the end of the course into which all the cars must crash. The fastest and most durable car will be pronounced the winner!
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Contributed by Marilyn Dispensa on 05/04/2014
Contributed by Katie Marks on 05/04/2014
Worried about passing finals? Then pass the cheese please and take a study break with Stillwater Magazine.
Stillwater is hosting an event showcasing the newly released magazine. The event will feature a raffle for some great PRIZES, plus FREE COFFEE, cheeses, fruits, and dessert will be served. Listen to readings and check out great artwork to get inspired.
Come to Klingenstein Lounge on Tuesday, May 6th from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm. Stick around or just stop by on your way to the library!
Don't forget to leave with a copy of the magazine.
Join us to beat the studying blues with some creative appreciation and coffee!
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Contributed by Karen Sunderland on 05/04/2014
Special optical scanning procedures and schedules are in place for the processing of final exams during finals week.
Final exams will be processed Tuesday through Friday, May 6th – 9th and Monday, May 12th with a twenty-four hour turnaround time. Special procedures are in place after hours between 5pm-8pm Tuesday–Friday and again 5pm-8pm Monday. Regular optical scanning processing will resume on Tuesday, May 13, 2014. Please see last week’s Intercom article detailing the Optical Scanning finals week procedures. If you have questions about the optical scanning process, please visit our website or contact the ITS Help Desk at 274-1000, between 8am-5pm, Monday – Friday.
Contributed by Matt Morgan on 05/04/2014
Sarah Mucci, mentored by Assistant Professor Yvonne Rogalski, presented a poster on Global and Local Coherence in Parkinson's Disease at the third annual Master's Level Graduate Research Conference in Brockport, N.Y. on April 26.
Change is today's norm, navigating transition can feel overwhelming and yet, it's here to stay. Ask yourself the question...
Would it be alright with me if ongoing change got a little easier?
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Contributed by Marilyn Dispensa on 05/02/2014
Mary Jo Watts of ITS has many years of teaching and research experience and is currently co-authoring a biographical book project SCUM: The Life and Times of Valerie Solanas. She will demonstrate the key technologies and workflows she has been using to record and catalog interviews as week as manage hundreds of digital assets acquired over a period of 8 years. She will highlight technologies that not only help in managing work but transformed the way she approached research. [Register]
Date: Thursday, May 8, 2014
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Contributed by Debra Perkowski on 05/02/2014
As a culmination of their graduate education in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Ithaca College, students presented their posters from the small group work done with faculty mentors in the Advanced Clinical Reasoning course.
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Contributed by Samantha Stafford on 05/02/2014
The Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs celebrated and honored the leadership, involvement, service, and scholarship of our students at our annual OSEMA Recognition Ceremony on Monday, April 28. Below is a list of our award recipients. If you see these students around campus, please congratulate them on their dedication to the Ithaca College campus community!
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Contributed by Denise Vanderburgh on 05/02/2014
The Ithaca College Art Department presents: NoEcho, A pop gallery transforming a raw industrial space into a display of the varied talents of junior and senior art majors at Ithaca College.
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Contributed by Katie Sack on 05/02/2014
The Ithaca College Mind, Body, Me (MBM) wellness program focuses on you: the employee, and works to help you identify and move towards your personal health and wellness goals. Our wellness program is open for all benefits-eligible faculty and staff to join and includes a variety of wellness features. One great feature of our program includes FREE Personal Training at the Fitness Center!
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Contributed by Paula Ioanide on 05/02/2014
Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity assistant professor Paula Ioanide will offer "Watching Race in American Media" as an online course during the May Summer Session (May 13-23). Course fulfills DIVERSITY designation; General Education requirements 1: Self & Society and GE h: Historical Perspective, Humanities, Liberal Arts. To enroll, search course number CSCR 26100 for Summer 2014 term on Homerconnect.
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