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Denise Nuttall, Associate Professor of Anthropology, presents at the University of British Columbia's Anthropology Colloquia
Contributed by Jennifer Muller on 12/07/2016
“Learning to Embody the Radically Empirical: Performance, Ethnography, Sensorial Knowledge and the Art of Tabla Playing”
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Contributed by Tati Herold on 12/07/2016
Congratulations to Kyle Morris on being a recipient of the NYSATA iLead Scholarship! This scholarship provides funding up to $1,500.00 to attend the NATA iLead Conference in Grapevine, TX February 17-18, 2017. Kyle will also be selecting a session from the program and preparing an article to be included in the June 2017 NYSATA Newsletter.
iLead, a leadership workshop for undergraduate (juniors and seniors only) or graduate students who are NATA members, will be held in conjunction with the Athletic Training Educators’ Conference in early 2017. In addition, the NATA Ethnic Diversity Advisory Committee (EDAC) has created a diversity grant program for ethnically diverse athletic training students who would like to attend iLEAD but may not have the finances to do so.
Congratulations again, Kyle!
Contributed by Wade Pickren on 12/07/2016
The Center for Faculty Excellence is pleased to announce a call for proposals for its Faculty-in-Residence program in the academic year, 2017-2018. The program will bring together up to 6 faculty members who have proposed a program of study, reflection, planning, and action related to some aspect of faculty excellence and development. Successful proposals will link faculty interests to Ithaca College initiatives and must have a potential impact beyond the faculty member’s own discipline or department. Proposals are especially welcome that address contemplative pedagogy, cultural fluency, mentoring, diversity, inclusion and equity, SOTL, and development of pedagogical strategies related to quantitative literacy and writing.
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Contributed by Mara Baldwin on 12/07/2016
Stop by the Handwerker Gallery to check out the final run of DARK PASSAGE, an exhibition featuring paired solo shows by Sarah Sutton (Assistant Professor, Art) and Ben Altman, curated by Mara Baldwin and contextualized with research by Cavan Mulligan '17.
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Fae Dremock, Assistant Professor in Environmental Studies and Sciences, receives two Pushcart nominations
Contributed by Cheryl Gunther on 12/07/2016
Fae Dremock, Assistant Professor in Environmental Studies and Sciences, garnered two separate Pushcart nominations this year-- for her short stories "Split Tickets" in Rum Punch Press and "Open at the Throat" in Artful Dodge.
Contributed by Mara Alper on 12/07/2016
The Dorothy Cotton Jubilee Singers (DCJS) will celebrate the art of African American sacred music known as Negro Spirituals on Sunday, Dec.11, at 3 p.m. in Ford Hall in the Whalen Center School of Music.
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Advisers Needed for Alternative Spring Break trips to Michigan, New York, North Carolina, or Virginia!
Contributed by Don Austin on 12/07/2016
Contributed by Don Austin on 12/07/2016
IC Circle K, in partnership with Student United Way, will be having our yearly One World Market fundraiser! One World Market will be selling a number of their handmade, fair-trade goods on campus, and a portion of the profits will benefit both student organizations. They can help you prepare for the upcoming Ithaca winter with their array of hats, scarves, and gloves, in addition to help you check some friends and family members off your shopping list this holiday season! The sale will take place in the North Foyer of Campus Center on December 5, 6, and 7, from 9-3 each day.
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Contributed by John Morton on 12/06/2016
Join the IC Catholic Community to celebrate the Eucharist and remember the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception. Mass will be held Thursday at 5 pm in Muller Chapel to reflect on the importance of the Blessed Virgin Mary's freedom from original sin on this holy day.
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Contributed by Stephen Shoemaker on 12/06/2016
Posted on behalf of Drs. Roger Richardson and Sean Eversley Bradwell.
Dear Campus Community:
As the semester draws to a close, we want to share a recap of some of the events that took place during the semester, and to inform you of upcoming opportunities to get involved next semester.
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Procedures and schedules are in place for optical scanning of final exams during the week of December 12th-16th. Optical scanning can be dropped off at the Service Desk in Job Hall during these hours:
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Contributed by Karen Sunderland on 12/06/2016
The newest version of the Mac operating system, Mac OS Sierra, has had known compatibility issues with Pulse Secure (formerly Junos Pulse), used for remote VPN access to some Ithaca College systems.
There is now a compatible version of Pulse Secure available for Mac OS Sierra users. The new version works with previous Mac and Windows operating systems as well, and functions virtually the same.
The new version is available in the right sidebar of the Remote Access support page.
Ellie Fitts Fulmer (Education Department) and Alesha Gayle (University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Education) present paper on racial literacy through comedy at national literacy conference
Contributed by Bonita L. Hogben on 12/06/2016
Dr. Ellie Fitts Fulmer (Ithaca College, Education Department) and Dr. Alesha Gayle (University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Education) presented a paper at the Literacy Research Association’s annual meeting in Nashville, Tennessee. Their paper, titled “LOL? Racial Literacy Through Humor in Teacher Education” explores using racial comedy media in teacher education, using literacy as a lens for understanding more about this practice. Specifically, Fulmer and Gayle focused on students’ hesitation to laugh as an avenue for zeroing in on, and expanding, their racial literacy.
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Contributed by Thomas J. Pfaff on 12/06/2016
Bob Sullivan and Tom Pfaff publish essay, Academics as Suburbanites, in Inside Higher Education. You can read the essay here http://tinyurl.com/hsuu3k7
Contributed by Shelli Mekos on 12/06/2016
Due to coverage, Career Service's drop-in hours for final exam week will be Monday, December 12 through Thursday, December 15 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM. Drop-ins will not be available on Friday, December 16.
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Submitted on behalf of Tim Ryan, Assistant Director, Environmental Health & Safety
As we head into the winter months, it's important to take precautions against icy conditions. When temperatures drop below freezing, walking from parking lots and building to building can be a dangerous game.
Although Maintenance and Facilities do an excellent job salting and shoveling campus walkways, black ice and icy patches can strike before getting attended to.
Slips and falls are the number one cause of accidents at Ithaca College. Nationally, they cause more than 1,500 deaths and 300,000 injuries per year -- but there are many ways to prevent such accidents. Here is a list of ways to protect yourself:
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