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Education Minor Advising Sessions 

If you are a current or soon-to-be Education Minor, join us for an advising session to prepare you for course selection and upcoming programming!  Attend one of the sessions below. All sessions will be held in Williams 314. All are welcome!

Education Minor Advising Sessions 

Choose one session:  

Thursday, April 7, Noon Hour (12:10-12:50)

Tuesday, April 12, Noon Hour (12:10-12:50)

Thursday, April 14, 5:00-5:40 PM

Williams Lab 314


Bring your questions about coursework, field work, grad school, and more!  Contact Dr. Ellie Fulmer with questions: efulmer@ithaca.edu.  Click to learn more about the Education Studies Minor at Ithaca College. 

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Submitted on behalf of James W. Nolan Jr. ’77, chair of the Presidential Search Committee

As chair of the Presidential Search Committee, I am very pleased to announce that we have selected the firm of Spencer Stuart to assist us in that search. Additionally, the committee and the newly identified search firm are planning a series of meetings on campus during the month of April that will start to engage the entire IC community in this very important process.

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Ben Strauss (IC '08)will be discussing his and Joe Nocera's recent book, Indentured: The Rebellion Against the College Sports Cartel Wednesday evening at 7:00 pm in Hill 104 and again at 10:50 am in Textor 101.

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Understanding the characteristics of strong leaders and cultivating those skills is essential for those pursuing a career in business.  Join our Business Advisory Council members in a lively panel discussion on the skills needed to be a leader in tomorrow’s world of business, including; having the ability to initiate change and inspire a shared vision, modeling the behaviors that are essential to achieve a shared goal and most importantly being equipped with the skills you will need to work in a culturally diverse global economy.

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We're piloting a new program!. Go to the South Side Entrance of Campus Center Dining Hall to participate. Supplies are limited - Get 'em while they last! Read below for details.

 

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School of Music Dean Karl Paulnack will collaborate in the world premiere of Justin Merrit’s Ithaka, the first work commissioned through the Michael Steinberg and Jorja Fleezanis Fund. The concert will take place at 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 8, at MacPhail Center for Music’s Antonello Hall in Minneapolis. 

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Freezin' for a Reason!

Contributed by Catherine Gooch on 04/04/2016 

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Therapeutic Recreation students raise more than $4000 to benefit Special Olympic New York

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Come hear the story of Holocaust Survivor: Fred Heyman. According to Howard Goldberg, "Fred will be talking about his experience growing up in Berlin and living in Berlin through the Holocaust with a Jewish father and non-Jewish mother. He talks about how people helped save him along the way, and how those people are "Upstanders". Fred tells his story with a message tied in, to be an "upstander". He calls his story the story of bad things happening as good people stood by and let it happen. He is great with teenagers and kids and adults because he always says, "I don't care where you're from or where you live, we were the same age once." He really hits on being active and taking a role in the world, knowing whats going on now."

Howard Goldberg will be screening the film that he made about Fred in addition to Fred's talk.

This event is sponsored by Hillel at Ithaca College and the Jewish Studies Program at Ithaca College.

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It makes up 60% of your body. You can’t survive without it. Water is considered “blue gold,” but it’s much more valuable than gold. In this lively class, you learn about your water footprint, water in your body, in your hometown and on the planet. We examine water from personal, social and creative views in this unique online class with conversations, films, readings and guest experts from around the world to answer your individual questions.

Fulfills ICC Humanities Quest for Sustainability + Power and Justice + Gen Ed. Requirements.

Can be done from anywhere with high-speed online access.  

On Homer: GCOM 20100    3 credits  Online Course May 16 – May 27, 2016

 If you’d like more info, ask Mara at malper@ithaca.edu

The IC community is a very generous one! In our efforts to stop hunger in our community we've raised over $8,000 dollars since fall and we are closing in on our donation goal of $10,000! Help us to stop hunger in Tompkins County by supporting our donation drive at retail dining registers on campus. All proceeds will benefit the Food Bank of the Southern Tier's BackPack Program! The donation drive will run throughout the month of April! Thank you for your continued support and generosity!

Please join us as Majors in the Department of Physics and Astronomy give talks on their summer research:

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Shakespeare's Greatest Hits

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The acting majors in the Styles of Acting class would like to invite you to enjoy scenes from several of Shakespeare's best-known plays.

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At the recent ACPA College Student Educators International Convention held in Montreal, Ontario, Canada in early March, five staff from educational affairs presented or co-presented workshops or extended sessions.  Congratulations to each for their good work!  The title and descriptions of their sessions is included in this post.

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Your opinion on pro-sustainability concepts and behaviors.

Thanks to all who already completed the survey.

 

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The Ithaca College department of intercollegiate athletics is pleased to announce it is participating in the NCAA's annual Division III Week celebrations.

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An Alliance for ‘Prosperity’ or Yet Another Drug War in Central America?

 

 

 

A talk by David Grosser, from the
Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES)

 April 7, 2016; 10:50am-12:00 pm

Job Hall 160, Ithaca College

 

 

 

A critical look at the new 'pacts' being made regionally, especially the Alliance for Prosperity and its impact.

 

A presentation about the content of “Plan Colombia for Central America”/ the Alliance for Prosperity. As a reaction to the unprecedented number of children who arrived in the US in the summer of 2014, Vice-President Biden proposed a new “Plan Colombia for Central America” in order to stop the flow of migrants from El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala. Come find out the details of what the proposal actually contains

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The Office of International Programs is holding orientation activities for our summer and fall groups this week.  We will host a Coffee Talk reception on Monday, April 4, from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the Klingenstein Lounge, Campus Center.  Nick Stow, who teaches the London Center Course "Sports in the United Kingdom", and Rachel Gould, Director of Study Abroad, will be at the Coffee Talk and would be glad to chat with faculty, staff and students interested in learning more about London.

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All faculty and staff are welcome to attend a Pathways training to learn to identify and respond to a student who might be experiencing academic or other distress. We appreciate your willingness to learn crisis response skills before you need them.

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The story behind the country’s first public health clinic to offer primary care specifically for transgender people is told in “Transgender Tuesdays,” a documentary that will be shown on Tuesday, April 5. The 7 p.m. screening in Textor 103 is free and open to the public.

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LGBTQ and Sports Townhall, Wednesday April 6, at 8 pm in Klingenstein Lounge. A forum for students to share their experiences of being LGBTQ in sports. Light refreshments provided. Sponsored by the LGBT Center and Athlete Ally.

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