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Contributed by Kathleen Mulligan on 01/17/2014
Come see members of the Dillingham Class of 2014 perform the third annual Wheels4Women Cabaret, on Sunday, January 26, 2014 at 4:00pm in the Clark Theatre of Dillngham. This year, members of the senior class will perform a variety of musical numbers and spoken word pieces with one common theme: hope.
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Contributed by Rachel Reuben on 01/17/2014
To support the current and anticipated future needs of the Office of Marketing Communications and Ithaca College, I've made some adjustments to our current staffing structure that I wanted to share with the campus community.
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Contributed by David Prunty on 01/17/2014
The college’s new exterior vehicular directional signage system has been completed. To provide the best experience possible to our visitors, we have developed the following guidelines and options for temporary event-related signage for on-campus college-sponsored events. All three options include standardized design templates in which event-related text can be customized.
Please note that temporary signs should not be taped or affixed to any permanent signage on campus.
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Contributed by Wayne French on 01/17/2014
As we move to the beginning of the next semester The Center for Print Production will no longer copy Staff, Faculty or Student print jobs being charged to a departmental account while they wait.
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The Office of State Grants will be closed Friday, January 17, 2014, due to an all staff training and retreat.
Staff will be checking their voice mail and Webmail accounts.
If there are any immediate questions or concerns, please contact Jessica LeMore in the Academic Advising Center at (607) 274-1001.
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Contributed by Michelle Rios-Dominguez on 01/16/2014
The 5th annual Engaging Communities Luncheon event will be held on Thursday, February 20, 2014, from 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. in the Emerson Suites. Join us as we explore and celebrate the notion of community and culture. It is necessary to RSVP for this important event as seating is limited.
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Contributed by Michelle Rios-Dominguez on 01/16/2014
Have you ever had a question about race but were too scared to ask, or just unsure how to ask? How is racism recognized? How do you experience racism? How do you think racism has affected your life and the lives of others? How do you cope with the effects? Who do you believe needs to assume responsibility for eliminating racism?
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Beginning with the upcoming Spring ’14 semester, S-Lot Ext. (located across Grant Egbert Blvd opposite S-Lot) will be available for both Student and Employee parking (Red & Blue). Due to an increase need for employee parking on the south side of campus and after examining the availability of spaces in the surrounding lots outside of O-Blue, the Parking Policy Committee has approved S-Lot Ext. to be designated as both Student and Employee parking.
Also as a reminder, parking regulations are in effect 24/7 including Fire Lanes, Handicap Spaces, Reserved Spaces, and No Parking Zones.
If you have any questions, please contact the Parking Services office at (607) 274-3756 or via email at Parking@Ithaca.edu.
Contributed by Rebecca Lesses on 01/16/2014
The Jewish Studies program at Ithaca College invites you to attend a performance by Israeli Stage of the play Oh, God. In Anat Gov’s touching comedy about faith in secular society, a psychotherapist named Ella, single mother of an autistic child, gets a visit from a new, desperate patient, God.
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Contributed by Lori Ray on 01/16/2014
The Office of Facilities will be closed on the following dates and times to allow staff to participate in the interview process for the new Associate Vice President for Facilities.
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Selections from ‘Porgy and Bess’ to Highlight Ithaca College School of Music Celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Contributed by Baruch Whitehead on 01/16/2014
The Ithaca College School of Music’s annual celebration of the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. will feature American soprano Marlissa Hudson performing selections from Gershwin’s “Porgy and Bess.” The MLK Day Concert will take place on Monday, Jan. 20, at 7:30 p.m. in Ford Hall. It is free and open to the public.
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Naeem Inayatullah’s (Politics) three-page article, “Playing on the Shores of an Imperial Pedagogy,” appears in the journal Critical Studies on Security
Contributed by Kimberly Anderson on 01/16/2014
Naeem Inayatullah’s (Politics) three-page article, “Playing on the Shores of an Imperial Pedagogy,” appears in the journal Critical Studies on Security, Vol. 1, No. 3, (2013), pp. 355-357. He discusses three of his courses: “Cuba and Haiti,” “Music of the African Diaspora,” and “Seeing ‘War of the Worlds.’”
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Classroom Reservation Process During the Add/Drop Period – Notice from the Registrar & Campus Center and Event Services
Contributed by Rachel Ash on 01/16/2014
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Contributed by Samantha Stafford on 01/16/2014
MLK Day is right around the corner! Monday, January 20!
Every year the college celebrates the history and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King in our MLK Day Celebrations. This year’s theme is a ‘Single Garment of Destiny’ and will feature many educational sessions that relate to Dr. King’s vision in our modern global society. These sessions are open to all members of the Ithaca College Community. For students, each presentation will count towards SLI Credit in the Leading in a Diverse World Series. To receive SLI credit for any of these events, please log into OrgSync and register for the sessions.
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Contributed by Michael Twomey on 01/15/2014
Michael Twomey (English), Dana Professor of Humanities and Arts, has published an eco-critical essay about the medieval English romance Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Titled "How Green Was the Green Knight? Forest Ecology at Hautdesert," the essay explores the poem's adaptation of "the forest of romance," a literary convention, to the environmental realities of fourteenth-century English forests. The essay appears in Arthurian Literature 30 (2013), 27-54. Michael presented earlier versions of this paper before the triennial congress of the International Arthurian Society, Bristol, UK, in 2011, and before the Ithaca College English Department's honor society, Sigma Tau Delta, in 2012.
Quoted in the media: Faculty members Rhoda Meador, Deborah King, Scott Hamula, Maura Stephens and Jeff Cohen; staff members Thomas Rochon and Gerard Turbide. For more information on the following articles, please visit the IC in the Media page.
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Contributed by Karen Serbonich on 01/15/2014
If you're back on campus, come get your stuff! We currently have over 1300 packages stored, waiting for you to pick them up.
Phillips Hall Post Office - 9am - 5pm
Contributed by Linda Uhll on 01/15/2014
In response to requests by faculty for a statement regarding services for students with disabilities, here is a concise insert for inclusion in course syllabi.
Please encourage students registered with Student Disability Services to meet with you during office hours to discuss their accommodation plan.
"In compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act, reasonable accommodation will be provided to students with documented disabilities on a case-by-case basis. Students must register with Student Disability Services and provide appropriate documentation to Ithaca College before any academic adjustment will be provided."
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