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In conjunction with the 2015 Athletic Training Educators' Conference in Dallas over the last weekend of February,  Associate Professor and Director of Athletic Training Education Paul R. Geisler, EdD, ATC was invited to speak to the Athletic Training Education programs at the University of Texas, Arlington. UTA Director, and former IC faculty member and athletic trainer, Cindy Trowbridge, PhD, ATC invited Dr. Geisler to speak on his research on clinical reasoning and athletic training practice to the undergraduate and graduate students, as well as the faculty of both programs. Dr. Geisler presented an interactive workshop entitled, "Clinical Reasoning in Athletic Training: What, Why & How" to about 40 audience participants at the UT, Arlington AT Complex on a snowy and cold day in Dallas.

 Awarded in 2013, Dr. Scriber received the Sayers "Bud" Miller Distinguished Educator Award from the National Athletic Trainers' Association's Executive Committee for Education to honor and recognize his myriad contributions and accomplishments in AT education and professional development. As part of that honor, Professor Scriber was invited to present a keynote address along with the 2014 winner of the same award at the recent 2015 Athletic Training Educators' Conference, held every other year and most recently in Dallas, TX, and this year over the last weekend of February. Dr. Scriber thanked his past and present colleagues and students for their role in his career path and success, and highlighted 3 specific moments in his career that impacted how he worked, and what he felt was important for his work, and thus for the profession of athletic training.

Weight Watchers at Work will be held in the Orange Room (re-enrollment room down the hall to the left in the middle of the HR hall) in Peggy Williams Center.

This is for March 24th only.

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March is Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Awareness Month! 

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After an extensive national search, the School of Music is pleased to announce the appointment of current faculty member David Pacun as associate dean.

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Staff Council, in conjunction with the Office of Human Resources, would like to remind benefit-eligible staff to review Paid Time Away (PTA) balances in Parnassus Employee Self-Service. Reviewing balances now will allow ample time to plan the use of vacation before new annual grants are applied on June 1st. To see balances, go to Parnassus:

Self Service Time> Create Timecard and click on "Show PTA Balances”

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Let’s face it, we all make bad food choices when we’re stressed out! Come learn about what causes stress, how nutrition plays a role in stress, and ways to manage stress in a healthy and nutritious way. 

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On Friday March 20th come by IC Square to try Ithaca Dining Services' very own Smokin’ Good Gouda Mac N’ Cheese! This Mac N’ Cheese event is a sneak preview of the Mac N’ Cheese Bowl that is to be hosted at Ithaca High School on Saturday, March 21st, where individuals can vote for best Mac N’ Cheese in town! ALL proceeds from these sales will benefit FoodNet’s Meals on Wheels program. If you love Mac N’ Cheese and helping a cause, come down to IC Square and try it yourself!

 

ITS offers technology workshops on a variety of topics and software applications in the Technology Learning Center (101 Friends Hall) to all faculty, staff, and students. Click the link below to register for our upcoming workshop on OneDrive for Business, a cloud storage service.  

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Bryan M. Roberts, associate dean in the Roy H. Park School of Communications, has been selected to participate in the U.S. Army War College National Security Seminar.  The National Security Seminar is a one-week event that creates an environment for Army War College students and distinguished guests to examine current national security issues and exchange candid dialogue. NSS takes place during the first full week of June, immediately preceding graduation, and serves as a capstone event that enhances student learning through exposure to a cross section of American perspectives.

NSS provides a forum for distinguished speakers to discuss their views on issues of importance to the nation's security and welfare with students, International Fellows, and faculty of the Army War College as well as new members from across the country.

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Thank you for your patience regarding follow up from the March 5 meeting. We have created a website to keep the IC community informed regarding the initiatives outlined in President Rochon’s, presentation, “A Fresh Look at Becoming the Standard of Excellence for a Residential, Comprehensive College.”

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Find out more about how to use the new IC Mentoring Network on LinkedIn and why having career mentors can help make all the difference in your career path. Also learn about important strategies around utilizing LinkedIn to make connections, networking etiquette, and informative career networking groups.

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Assistant Professor, Lisa Barnard, from the Department of Strategic Communication published an article in the Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media. The article is "Eliciting Behavior From Interactive Narratives: Isolating the Role of Agency in Connecting With and Modeling Characters" and it focuses on using using interactive narratives online.

Congratulations Lisa!

 

 

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 Hello everyone, on Tuesday March 24 is the annual Diocesan Day of Penance for the Diocese of Rochester. Anyone looking for the Sacrament of Reconciliation please feel free to come to Muller Chapel anytime on Tuesday in between the hours of 12:30 and 7:30. 

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Hailed “a force to be reckoned with,” the internationally acclaimed trombone quartet Maniacal 4 will perform a free concert in Ithaca College’s Ford Hall, located within the Whalen Center for Music, on Sunday, March 22, at 8:15 p.m.

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 The Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (CSCRE) has invited Dr. Bruce Hoskins to give a talk entitled “'The Professor' Across Technology: Extending Conversations on Race” as part of the CSCRE discussion series, TECH N' COLOR: Technology, Racism, Resistance.

When: Next Tuesday, March 24, 2015
What time: 7-9pm
Where: Clark Lounge

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Please join us on Tuesday, March 24, from 12:05 1 p.m., in BUS 301, for a research presentation with Visiting Research Scholar, Bulent Oz.

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The Ithaca College chapter of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi will hold its annual Spring Induction Ceremony on Thursday, March 26, 2015 from 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM in Hockett Family Recital Hall in the James J. Whalen Center for Music with a reception to follow in McHenry Lobby.

Phi Kappa Phi is the nation's oldest, largest, and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. This year the chapter will be inducting Dianne Zamoiski, Admissions Operations Coordinator in the School of Music and 143 new student members from all five schools. All student inductees have been nominated by each school's Dean and vetted by the chapter’s Executive Committee.

For a list of student inductees please visit the Phi Kappa Phi chapter website.

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Asma Barlas, professor of Politics and director of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity, has published "Patriarchalism and the Qur'an," in Patriarchal Moments, edited by Cesare Cuttica and Gaby Mahlberg. This volume is part of Bloomsbury Academic's Series, Textual Moments in the History of Political Thought, (U.K.).

http://www.bloomsbury.com/us/patriarchal-moments-9781472589170/


 

The Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity associate professor, Paula Ioanide, recently published an essay titled Ethical Witnessing in a Time of Racial Phobiaon Stanford University Press’s Blog. The piece reflects on how to deal with racial phobia in our cultures, particularly as it relates to systemic police violence. Many of the themes addressed in the essay are elaborated in her book, The Emotional Politics of Racism: How Feelings Trump Facts in an Era of Colorblindness, due for release on May 20, 2015.