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This June Jason Hamilton from the Environmental Studies & Sciences Department will teach a Summer Session course in herbal remedies and nature-based healing. ENVS 140 will explore both modern herbalism and ancient vitalist traditions.  

 

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Come to ITHACON (Emerson Suites, May 2, 10am-5pm).  Arrive by 9:30, get your monster/ zombie make-up, do some choreography practice and then . . .

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ITHACON (Emerson Suites) is sponsoring a wide range of activities for kids to promote creativity, imaginative play, and self-expression. 

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On Tuesday, May 5th, Information Technology Services will hold open sessions to present drafts of our:

  • Governance plan - A process to guide IT decision making for the college
  • Projects plan - A process to guide project prioritization and resource allocation
  • Strategic plan - A formal plan to best align ourselves with the goals and objectives of the college

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Come celebrate the end of the year at IC Kicks Back on Friday, May 1 from 2pm-6pm on the Campus Center Quad.  Challenge your friends on an inflatable Rock Climbing Wall and on the inflatable Gladiator Joust. Be sure to capture the moment with the Photo booth or try out the new interactive photo booth App Me, all provided by NY Party Works.

In addition to the fun activities, you will be able to enjoy special treats provided by Student Activities Board (SAB) and BBQ foods provided by Dining Services.

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I am pleased to announce the following individuals have been selected to serve on the 2016 Senior Class Gift Committee. I am very honored and excited to get to work with such a committed group of student leaders. Please join me in congratulating this phenomenal group of rising seniors!

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Did you miss an online workshop presented by TIAA-CREF? You can still catch up by following the on-demand version at www.tiaa-cref.org/VE.

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Ioanide presented key ideas from her forthcoming book, The Emotional Politics of Racism: How Feelings Trump Facts in an Era of Colorblindness (Stanford University Press) at Hobart and William Smith Colleges on April 23, 2015 in Geneva, NY. Invited by the Political Science, Education, and Music Departments, Ioanide met an engaging and energized crowd of 150 students and faculty members to discuss the emotional and irrational dimensions of contemporary gendered racism and nativism. She concluded her talk with a discussion on ethical witnessing and the significance of protest/cultural creation in the realignment of the emotional geographies of our bodies toward justice. Ioanide’s book was named one of Flavorwire’s 10 Must-Read Academic Books of 2015 and is available for pre-ordering at Amazon.com.
 

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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Peter Martin, Education, recently presented research at the annual national conference of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) in San Diego, California. CEC is the world’s largest professional association that advocates for research and policies to address issues related to the education of students with special needs.  Dr. Martin presented his case study research, “Qualities of a Master Teacher and Differentiator in an Inclusion Setting."

 

Please join us on Wednesday, April 29, from 4:00-5:00 pm, in the second floor atrium of the School of Business for a farewell reception for Interim Dean Jim Simpson and Dr. Athena Zhang.

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Assessment Summit

Contributed by Wade Pickren on 04/28/2015 

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Dr. Tom Angelo
Tuesday, May 19, 2015, Clark and Klingenstein Lounges

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The Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (CSCRE) will be concluding this year's discussion series, TECH N' COLOR: Technology, Racism, Resistance, with Senior MLK Scholars* discussing surveillance, on and off campus, based on their experiences.

When: Thursday, April 30th
What time: noon - 1:00 p.m.
Were: Clark Lounge (lunch provided)

*Senior MLK Scholars
Sierra Council
Breanne Espina
Marc Gonzalez
Jordana Jarrett
Zach Jones
Candace King
Aaron Lipford
Lia Munuz
Helena Murphy

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Homer Connect can now be accessed through Google Chrome with no errors or extra steps to access the site. As always, please report any further problems to the Helpdesk.

ITS Helpdesk
helpdesk@ithaca.edu
104 Job Hall
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As you plan for next year, please consider these two exciting opportunities to engage in community-based learning dialogue with passionate teachers/scholars. Read on for the details and then register to participate in the 4/30 Service Learning Panel and/or the May 12/13 Service Learning Institute.

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Scott Erickson, Marketing/Law Department of the School of Business, presented in Cartagena, Spain, on April 10.

 

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Deborah Rifkin was recently elected to serve as Member-at-Large on the Executive Board of her discipline's national organization, The Society for Music Theory. (societymusictheory.org) She will serve a three-year term.

The Spring 2015 Jewish Studies Faculty Showcase Presents 

Cynthia A. Hogan

"The Art of Religion: Aestheticizing Jewish Ceremonial Art"

Tuesday, April 28, 2015
12:10-1pm 
Handwerker Gallery

*Free and open to the public
 

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Ali Erkan (Computer Science), Michael Smith (History/ENVS), Joe Rodriguez ( Computer Science '15) and Steve Lam (Computer Science '13) gave an invited talk, "Guiding Students Beyond Linear Thinking: The Learning in Networks of Knowledge (LINK) Project," as part of Indiana University's Center for Innovations in Teaching and Learning lecture series.  The development of LINK was funded in part by an National Endowment for the Humanities grant.  Joe and Steve also led a workshop with undergraduate researchers and Ali and Michael met with faculty groups interested in  mentoring undergraduate research, the practice of the scholarship of teaching and learning, and data analytics.

The next No Pressure Blood Pressure will be held on Wednesday, April 29th!

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