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Pride Prom for LGBTQA Students

Contributed by Luca Maurer on 04/21/2015 

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LGBTQA Pride Prom, Clark Lounge, Campus Center, 7-9 pm on Saturday April 25. Music, food, fun, and a photographer to record your Prom memories!  DJ'd by DJ Fuzzy Bear
Sponsored by Prism and the LGBT Center
Open to all IC students.

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The Ithaca College chapter of the National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association hosted its annual conference on campus last weekend. This year's conference was titled "Counseling Skills for SLPs: Unleash your Full Potential as a Clinician" and the special presenter was Dr. Hope Reed, an Associate Professor in the Communicative Sciences and Disorders Program at Alabama A&M University. 

The conference was sponsored by the Ithaca College chapter of the National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association, the SUNY Cortland Chapter of the National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association, and the Central New York Area Speech-Language Hearing Association.

Tina Caswell, Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology, was the featured presenter at a seminar hosted by Upstate Cerebral Palsy at The Holiday Inn - New Hartford on April 10. The title of Caswell's presentation was "Creating Competent Communicators: Let’s Talk! Utilizing Assistive Technology to Support Individuals with Complex Communication Needs."

 

The Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (CSCRE) is pleased to announce the hiring of Dr. Michael Taylor for the 2015-2016 academic year. Dr. Taylor received a Ph.D. from Syracuse University in the Social Science Program and B.A, M.A. from SUNY Buffalo in Native American Studies. He specializes in Native American Studies and Anthropology, and in 2013 published his book, Contesting Constructed Indian-ness: The Intersection of the Frontier, Masculinity, and Whiteness in Native American Mascot Representations  (Lexington Books).

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Senior Freak Out!

Contributed by Shelli Mekos on 04/21/2015 

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So graduation is in a few weeks and for some of you the thought of making career decisions and taking that next step is a bit scary. This is not a time to “freak out” but rather incorporate some very active steps associated with what the next phase of your life will bring. Join us for this workshop which will offer a no-nonsense approach to your job search and beyond.

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 On the evening of April 18 two students participated in a public debate for the residents of Longview.  Nicole Ang (Applied Psychology and Legal Studies, ‘17) and Casey Phillips (Legal Studies ‘17) debated over the right to die with dignity.  Morgyn Sattenspiel (Psychology, ’15) served as moderator.  

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TIAA-CREF Managing Director and Global Investment Strategist Dan Morris, who makes regular appearances on CNBC and Bloomberg News, will discuss economic developments that could impact your retirement savings strategy, including global market perspectives, the pace of the U.S. economic recovery, and how the Federal Reserve Bank’s actions could influence markets.

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Investment strategies can differ greatly from a rapid growth strategy to a safety strategy. The most important part of any investment strategy is that it aligns with the individual's goals and is closely monitored.

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On Thursday, April 23, from Noon – 1 p.m., the Dorothy D. and Roy H. Park Center for Business and Sustainable Enterprise is proud to host the Annual Sustainability in Action Student-Faculty colloquium.

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Refreshments served! Please join us on Tues. April 28th in Klingenstein Lounge from 12:05-1:10 pm. The 2014-2015 fellows, all from the Department of Writing, are Christine Kitano, Lillian-Yvonne Bertram and Tyrell Stewart-Harris. ​

 

 

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This support group is held every Thursdays from 1-1:50 in the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) group room located on the 2nd floor of the Hammond Health Center.

 

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Join the Ithaca College Active Minds Organization on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at noon in the HR Conference Room (GL52) in the Peggy Ryan Williams Center as they present "Being a Mental Health Ally." This workshop is open to all faculty, staff, and students. 

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Sponsored by the Interdisciplinary Counseling Minor. Free and open to all. 

 

Janis Whitlock is a Research Scientist in the Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research. She is also the Director of the Cornell Research Program on Self-Injury and Recovery. She is the author of publications on non-suicidal self-injury in adolescence and young adulthood as well as in youth connectedness to schools and communities. 

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If you are interested in learning more about Flexible Work Arrangements, The Office of Human Resources is holding informational sessions for supervisors and employees. The following sessions will be available in the HR Conference Room (PRWC, GL52).

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GRAND CONCOURSE is the culminating event in the New Voices Festival, sponsored by faculty members Chris Holmes (English) and Eleanor Henderson (Writing). The reading will be directed by Claire Gleitman (English), assistant directed by Ithaca College alumna Lucy Gram, and its cast will include faculty members Paula Murray Cole (Theatre) and Kevin Murphy (English), as well as current IC theatre majors Laura Brennan and Jose Useche. The play's author, Heidi Schreck, will be in attendance for the reading and will participate in a talk-back about the play and her other work immediately following the reading.

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EAP INFORMATIONAL SESSIONS FOR EMPLOYEES AND SUPERVISORS

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The most recent version of Firefox, version 37, is not working with Parnassus (on Mac or Windows). If you are seeing a “secure connection failed” error page when trying to log into Parnassus, you probably have version 37. Do not attempt to check the version, since checking the version will often initiate the update to the latest version, if one is available.

The only workaround at this time is to use a different Web browser such as Internet Explorer or Chrome on Windows, or Safari or Chrome on Mac.

ITS is actively working to investigate the issue.

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The Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (CSCRE), will be hosting a "Book Talk and Discussion" on Tuesday, April 28, for the upcoming release of CSCRE Associate Professor Paula Ioanide's book, The Emotional Politics of Racism: How Feelings Trump Facts in an Era of Colorblindness. The talk will examine the emotional dimensions of racism, particularly as they relate to contemporary public views on crime, terrorism, immigration, and welfare.

Handwerker Gallery
Gannett Center, Ithaca College
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
7pm-9pm

Student Performances by Dubian Ade & Namarah McCall
Music by DJ Ether Eden

**Free refreshments and open to the public

“10 must read academic books for 2015”

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Seven math majors presented their research at the 75th annual meeting of the Mathematical Association of America Seaway Section, held April 17-18 at Colgate University.

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Provost Petrosino is pleased to announce the implementation of the next step in the structural merger of academic affairs with student affairs and campus life into the educational affairs model that began fall 2012.  

Effective May 1, 2015, two leaders within the student life arena will be named as Associate Provosts to align their current positions with the integrated educational affairs model.  The educational affairs model realizes that curricular and co-curricular learning come together to constitute the holistic educational experience for our students

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