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Contributed by Tony Tabone on 03/02/2014
You can adjust the working hours and days of your calendar so that others know when your work day starts and ends. Once set, in the day or week view your calendar will appear white during working hours and all other hours will be shaded. To adjust your working time:
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Contributed by Annette Levine on 03/02/2014
On Saturday, March 1, Ithaca College students Tommy Conners and Caitlin McSherry presented academic papers at Binghamton University's second annual conference on Latin American, Latin@, Caribbean, and Indigenous Studies.
Tommy Conners is a Spanish (Teacher Ed) major and delivered a paper entitled "Translingualism: Gustavo Pérez Firmat's Self Expression of Hybridity"
Caitlin McSherry is a double major in Cinema &Photography (Cinema Production concentration) and Art History. Her paper was entitled "Women in Revolutionary Cuba, As Portrayed and Discussed in Cuban Film"
¡Felicitaciones a los dos!
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Contributed by David Maley on 03/02/2014
At its February meeting, the Ithaca College Board of Trustees granted emeritus status to 4 former faculty members and awarded promotions and tenure to 14 current faculty members.
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Contributed by Maria DiFrancesco on 03/02/2014
Women's Studies together with the Center for Faculty Excellence, Department of Psychology, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, and Department of Politics cordially invite the entire campus community to a talk tentatively entitled "Googling Baby (On Global Assisted Reproduction Services" given by Debra Castillo, Cornell University Professor of Comparative Literature. The event, which is also in celebration of Women's History Month, will take place on March 4th at 7 in Textor 101. Join us for a lively discussion on a timely subject.
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Contributed by Paul Mikowski on 03/01/2014
Wellness Wednesdays, the bring-your-lunch series for students, faculty, and staff is back. Most weeks there will be a drop-in practice session of meditation techniques. Occasionally, we will also have outside speakers on other forms or meditation or stress management.
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Contributed by Jenny Stockdale on 03/01/2014
Take advantage of the more than 350 concerts offered each year by the School of Music. A full listing of all concerts and events is available at ithaca.edu/concerts; this week's are listed below.
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Contributed by Paula Davis on 03/01/2014
The Longview/IC shuttle will resume its normal spring semester schedule between the Longview retirement community and Ithaca College on Monday, March 3. For the last two weeks of February, the shuttle had been operating on a limited basis due to staffing issues.
Please note: The shuttle runs only when classes are in session; the shuttle will be suspended during spring break (March 10-14).
Contributed by Claire Swensen on 02/28/2014
“Crisis, Opportunity and Antiracism” will be the topic of a talk at Ithaca College on Thursday, March 6, at 7 p.m. in Emerson Suites, Phillips Hall. The presentation by Phuong Nguyen is part of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (CSCRE) Discussion Series, and it is free and open to the public.
Nguyen is an assistant professor in the CSCRE and serves as coordinator of the minor in Asian American Studies. In his talk, he will present historical examples of how different ethnic and racial groups were able to climb the social ladder at the expense of another group, then discuss how communities today can rethink social justice and antiracism.
For more information on the CSCRE and the Discussion Series, visit ithaca.edu/cscre or theithacan.org/news/cscre-previews-spring-discussion-series-on-racial-language/
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Adrianus Van Der Velden, SUNY Stony Brook
Part of the Department's Seminar Series.
Everyone is welcome to attend!
Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Nancy Pierce at firstname.lastname@example.org or (607) 274-3161. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.
Lev Raphael, son of Holocaust survivors, to speak on March 4 on "The Burden of Inherited History," about returning to Germany, the country that had persecuted his parents.
Contributed by Rebecca Lesses on 02/28/2014
At noon in the Handwerker Gallery he will read from his book, My Germany: A Jewish Writer Returns to the World His Parents Escaped.
At 7:30 pm in Klingenstein Lounge he will speak on “The Burden of Inherited History: A Jewish Writer Returns to the World His Parents Escaped”
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Contributed by MaryAnn Taylor on 02/28/2014
Submitted on behalf of Wade Pickren, PhD, Director of the Center for Faculty Excellence/Sponsored Research:
Starting Monday, March 1, 2014 Ithaca College has subscribed for a free trial of SPIN which will expire on March 31, 2014. The higher cost of COS PIVOT, which we currently subscribe to, led us to investigate other alternatives. SPIN was selected because it offers similar functionality in funding searches and alerts at a fraction of the cost of PIVOT.
The SPIN database includes information on funding opportunities from federal, state, foundation, and other types of sponsors. The database is updated daily. Nationwide, universities use the SPIN database more than any other resource of its kind. It contains over 40,000 distinct opportunities from more than 10,000 global sponsors and provides both active searching as well as automated, daily opportunity notifications.
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Contributed by Suzanne Smith on 02/28/2014
CALLING ALL STAFF…. Commencement 2014 Festivities are right around the corner….
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Contributed by Wade Pickren on 02/28/2014
Contributed by Michael A. Malpass on 02/28/2014
David Turkon presented an invited lecture, “Conceptualizing Communities in Applied Anthropological Practice using a Social Network Paradigm: Experiences from Lesotho and South Africa,” to the Working Group on Anthropology and Population at Brown University on February 21.
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Contributed by Katie Sack on 02/28/2014
MARCH 3, 2014 | HUMAN RESOURCES CONFERENCE ROOM (PRWC, GL52)
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Contributed by Rachel O'Campo on 02/28/2014
You don't need to be on a meal plan to participate! The surveys is open to all IC Students, Faculty and Staff!
It's as easy as 1, 2, 3!
1. Click Here to complete the short online dining survey.
2. Insert your name and email address at the end of the survey and hit submit!
3. That's It! You're entered to WIN a GOOGLE NEXUS 7 Tablet!
Good luck everyone and thank you for your feedback!
(only one entry per person, please)
Contributed by Rachel O'Campo on 02/28/2014
Join us on Tuesday, March 4th as we celebrate Mardi Gras, New Orleans style! We'll have a special menu along with music and merriment to go around!
Come dressed in costume or in your best Purple, Green and Gold attire. Certain masqueraders will survey the landscape and hand out prizes to those dressed to the 9's! So, break out your masks and feathers and come join the good times!
Check out our Facebook Page for our Mardi Gras Menu! "Like" us while you're at it! You'll get sneak peaks for Dining Hall events.
Contributed by Beth Rugg on 02/27/2014
Full time ITS staff are participating in two upcoming events that will affect our availability and support. On Wednesday March 5th from 1:00 - 4:30 pm, we will be meeting with visiting Chief Information Officers who are part of an external review process and on Wednesday March 12th we will be attending an all day retreat.
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