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Please remember that special optical scanning procedures and schedules are in place for the processing of final exams, Tuesday, May 5th through Monday, May 11th.

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If you are considering using a student response system for your fall 2015 courses, please contact the IC Bookstore and include Turning Technologies NXT clickers with your textbook orders.

More information is available on the Clickers ITS web site

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Teaching a summer course? Have end of the semester questions on Sakai, Turning Technologies, Turnitin? Want to get started building your fall courses?  ITS has set up some drop-in hours with professional staff on these technologies, course design, screen casting, web conferencing etc.

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If you are teaching an online course this summer it's never too early to start planning.  ITS professional staff can help with Sakai, iRubric, course design, video screencast production, Turnitin, paperless grading, web conferencing, Office Online etc.  In May, we are offering special drop-in hours. Bring your syllabus and content and we can help you make progress on your course.

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The Office of Career Services will be offering updated drop-in hours starting next week as well as for the remainder of the academic year.

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 Submitted on behalf of Linda Petrosino, Interim Provost/VPEA

Please join me on Thursday, May 7, 2015 for the final Faculty Colloquium for the spring semester.

Gary Sforzo, Ph.D., is a Professor in the Department of Exercise & Sport Sciences.  He is Coordinator of the Clinical Exercise Science degree program and teaches undergraduate and graduate courses related to Exercise Physiology, clinical aspects of exercise physiology, and strength and conditioning.  Dr. Sforzo trains students so they may assist others with improving health and physical performance whether a top athlete or an aging person with limited function.  He supervises student interns preparing for careers in cardiac rehabilitation, wellness, medical fitness, corporate health and fitness, and strength and conditioning.  

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Join us on May 7th from 11:30 - 1:30 in Klingenstein Lounge to learn how the Mind, Body, Me wellness program can help you meet your wellness goals! 

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As part of the Work/Life Summer Wellness Series, Dr. Mike Massari will be presenting a workshop on “How to Lose 20 Pounds in 30 Days”.  The purpose of this Summer Wellness Series is to help you become a healthier and happier YOU!

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Don’t forget to check out our new Wellbeing Tracks! The Wellbeing Tracks are pathways for you to follow in your journey for better health. Each Wellbeing Track is designed to focus on a specific aspect of health and help you to lead a healthier lifestyle.

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Congratulations to Julianna Kittredge, winner of the inaugural Linden Award for Learning Portfolio Excellence!  Kittredge is a senior health sciences major with a nutrition concentration. During her time at Ithaca College, she has interned with the Cornell Cooperative Extension and has competed with the Ithaca College women’s crew team. 


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Mary Pitti, Assistant Professor in Speech-Language Pathology and Michael Matheny, Associate professor in Exercise and Sport Sciences  presented at the annual New York State Speech-Language Hearing Association (NYSSLHA) conference on April 23, in Rochester, NY.

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The Diversity Consortium of Tompkins County (DCTC) Presents
The Diversity Roundtable
“Beyond Diversity: Moving to an Inclusive Culture”
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
8:15 a. m. – 4:00 p.m.
Ithaca College, Emerson Suites
Ithaca, New York

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The Human Services Coalition is presenting a community workshop facilited by Dr. Paula Ioanide, Associate Professor, Center for the Study of Culture, Race & Ethnicity.

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Felicitaciones to members of IC Teatro for three consecutive weekends of performances in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Teatro Campesino. Members of IC Teatro coauthored original actos over the course of the 2014-15 academic year and presented them at the College of Wooster on April 10th, the Greater Ithaca Activities Center (GIAC) on April 18th, and Dartmouth College on April 25th.

Kudos to the members of this spring's Teatro aventura:

Vanesa Cruz, Eddie Dowd, Ria Hall, Linette Goris Jaquez, Julia Katz, Anna Levitt, Max Ocean, Vanessa Reyes, Emma Rizzo, Kiah Simms, Nathiel Tejada, Thomas Williams

And special thanks to Sarah Browne, Beatriz Montilla, and Jeffrey Stewart for their performance assistance at GIAC.


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The Studio, a co-curricular organization in the Park School, will host an open house tomorrow, Friday, May 1,​ during community Gallery Night in our downtown space from 5:00 pm until 8:00 p.m.  

See short films produced in or by The Studio, including No Fare, directed by Daniel Masciari, recently named to Variety's "110 Students to Watch" list.  The Studio gallery space is also exhibiting​ student photography. 

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Look no further! Join us on May 7th from 11:30 - 1:30 in Klingenstein Lounge to learn more about the Mind, Body, Me wellness program! 

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Textbook buyback begins Monday, May the 4th, and will run through Friday the 8th, with one final day on Monday the 11th.

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The May edition of the “Dollars and $ense” discussion series will take place on Thursday, May 7th.  This month, Vice President Hector will present on the College’s year-to-date financial performance.

Faculty and Staff are invited to participate in the discussion, which takes place at 9 a.m. in the Taughannock Falls Room. 

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Carly Hills in the office of finance and administration (274-3118 or  We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.


Nicole Koschmann, Director of Park Scholar Program, screened her film, Fishing for Brad, as part of a compilation of 35mm experimental films curated by the Filmmakers Cooperative.

The screening, ORIGINS AND ENDS: 35MM FILMS FROM THE FILM-MAKERS’ COOPERATIVE, was held at the Anthology Film Archives in New York City on April 29.


Katalin Lustyik, Associate Professor in the Television-Radio Program, gave an invited guest lecture entitled "Music Makes the World Go'Round: The Global Appeal of Disney's Music" at the University of Vienna in Austria.

The event, held on April 21, 2015, was hosted by the university's Department of Communication, one of the world’s largest departments for communication science with almost 4,000 students.

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