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On Thursday, May 5th join Rochester-based Holocaust survivor Helen Levinson and other Ithaca-based Holocaust survivors for a candle lighting ceremony, Ithaca Children's Choir performance, and the chance to hear her story. A reception will follow the presentation.
This event is Thursday, May 5th 7-9 pm at Temple Beth El, 402 N. Tioga St. Ithaca, NY
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Contributed by Katy Hall on 05/04/2016
The School of Business is pleased to announce a lecture by Dr. Erdogan Gunes, Professor of Agricultural Economics-Ankara University, titled “Agricultural Credit System: A Case Study of Turkey”. His talk is scheduled for May 5, 2016 between 12:10-1:00 pm in Business 301, and focuses on results of his survey investigating the effects of agricultural credit usage on Turkish farmers’ behavior.
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Contributed by Jennifer Wofford on 05/04/2016
Is there a gay gene? What does it mean if alcoholism runs in my family? Can we clone humans? Did we really evolve from monkeys? Is depression genetic?
Explore these questions and many more in a one-month ONLINE summer course designed specifically for the non-biology major. BIOL 10700: Human Genetics. No prerequisites.
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Please join us for the public presentation of graduating BFA student work in the current exhibition, TELL US WHERE: 2016 Senior Student Show, on view at the Handwerker Gallery through Sunday, May 22.
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Contributed by John Boccacino on 05/03/2016
The Ithaca College men's and women's lacrosse teams, as well as the softball squad, will be hosting the annual Empire 8 postseason tournaments on campus this week.
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Contributed by Jane Ray on 05/03/2016
This session will present strategies and skills for the performance review process. Participants will be exploring the nature of conflict present in most evaluation processes and how that potentially negative dynamic can be transformed by skills and strategies that create and hold space for the conversation.
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Contributed by Leslie D'Arcy on 05/03/2016
The offices of Admission, Career Services, Enrollment Management, Enrollment Planning, Institutional Research and Student Financial Services will be closed on Wednesday, May 11th for a divisional retreat.
Assessing the Health Status of Manual Laborers in Sichuan Providence China: Developing a Baseline for Health Interventions
Contributed by Wade Pickren on 05/03/2016
Wednesday, May 4, 2016, 12:00 - 1:00 pm (bring your lunch)
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Blake Hendrickson, Assistant Professor of Television-Radio, Publishes Article in Prominent Study Abroad Journal
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Join us for a group exhibition in a variety of mediums and celebrate the success of our satellite gallery space.
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Contributed by Michael Smith on 05/03/2016
Ithaca College students have been working in teams on topics ranging from the environmental history of extreme weather events in Ithaca, the evolution of ground transportation in the region, and the impact of exotic species on the landscape and economy since the 1960s.
Four groups will present a synopsis of their findings followed by time for questions and answers on Wednesday, May 4th at 7:00 PM at The History Center.
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Contributed by Jackie Paul on 05/02/2016
Dr. Matthew Holtmeier, Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in Screen Studies, recently presented research at the Power Dynamics: Media and the Environment conference at the University of California Santa Barbara.
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The Division of Educational Affairs seeks a graduate program chair or tenured faculty member teaching in a graduate program to serve as Faculty Coordinator of Graduate Studies. The responsibilities of this individual are to liaise among graduate programs, facilitate inter-professional opportunities, lead strategic planning/vision, monitor costs and effectiveness of graduate marketing strategies, and advocate for graduate programs institutionally. The individual will serve as a member of the Graduate Council. In this role, the individual will report to the Vice Provost for Academic Programs.
This position is a three-year appointment starting in fall 2016, with possibility of renewal. The individual selected will be reassigned for 3 credits of teaching each semester to complete these duties and will receive a stipend of $3,500 for summer work.
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Contributed by Karen Serbonich on 05/02/2016
Staff will be attending a Divisional Diversity Meeting.
Contact us at 607-274-3998 with questions.
Contributed by Christine Haase on 05/02/2016
Dissertation Diversity Fellow Kayla Wheeler will be offering a special course for the Fall 2016 semester titled Black Lives Matter: Religion and Justice (RLST 27501-01). The course will be on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:00PM - 5:15PM.
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Last week, IC Courage hosted a Color Wars dodgeball tournament in the A&E Center to benefit Camp Good Days and Special Times, an organization that provides programming for children with cancer. Teams of 5 chose a color and competed in fierce dodgeball matches against each other for ultimate glory!
This year marks 10 years for Spit That!, IC’s only spoken word poetry club. This milestone was celebrated last Friday night at Spit That!’s annual showcase. Ten of Spit That!’s dedicated poets prepared and performed poetry at the showcase alongside special guest Jaylene Clark Owens, the woman who founded Spit That! In September 2006. The room was full of emotions as each poet took the floor and wowed the crowd. Congrats on another successful year!
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