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Contributed by Tom Schneller on 02/13/2017
Representatives of both full-time and part-time contingent faculty have been negotiating with the administration for over a year. The two most important issues for our membership - fair pay for part-timers and job security for full-timers - remain at a standstill, with the administration refusing to even discuss reasonable solutions that would help us, our students, and our college.
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Contributed by Melissa Gattine on 02/13/2017
Associate Professor Joshua Bonnetta will present three new works at the 2017 Berlinale (Berlin Film Festival) taking place from Feb. 9-19.
Lago, developed in response to former Associate Professor Ron Jude's photo book Lago, is a multichannel sound installation of two compositions comprised of field recordings collected in the Sonoran Desert. The work will be accompanied with a 4-channel video installation Land of Thin Air. These two works will be exhibited for the duration of the festival in the Marshall McLuhan Salon at the Canadian Embassy. Land of Thin Air was co-edited with current Ithaca College student Jacob Schaffel-Scherrer.
El Mar La Mar is a feature length film co-directed with Northwestern University Assistant Professor John-Paul Sniadecki. The film is explores at a highly politicized area of the south-western Sonoran desert along a stretch of the Mexico/US border.
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Monday, February 13th, 2017, 7:00pm, Klingenstein Lounge, Campus Center
Activists on Activists connects current students with local (NY State) social change agents for the opportunity to bring dialogue around continued action and advocacy post-undergraduate experience.
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Swipe + is BACK! Join us for A Valentine's Day Surf 'n' Turf in Campus Center Dining Hall - TOMORROW NIGHT ONLY
Contributed by Rachel O'Campo on 02/12/2017
Are you on a meal plan and want to give your dinner a boost? Join us tomorrow night at dinner in Campus Center Dining Hall for our special Valentine's Day "By Land and Sea" event for some delicious Surf 'n' Turf!
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Contributed by Rachel Gould on 02/12/2017
The Office of International Programs and Extended Studies (OIPES) would like to invite all staff and faculty interested in taking students abroad to attend our upcoming workshop about the development and planning of faculty/staff-led short-term study abroad programs. The workshop will be held on Friday, February 17, from 3:00-4:30 pm, in the Taughannock Falls Room, Campus Center. Participants are invited to stay for a wine and cheese reception with the workshop facilitator and International Programs staff from 4:30-5:00.
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Contributed by Stephanie St. John on 02/12/2017
The online submission process for faculty sponsors/students to submit student presentations for the 20th Annual James J. Whalen Symposium will close on Thursday, March 2, 2017. Submissions will be accepted for presentations, performances, and displays.
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The Women's and Gender Studies Program presents Robert Jensen on THE END OF PATRIARCHY, Thursday February 16th in Clark Lounge, 7-8:30 pm
Contributed by Carla Golden on 02/12/2017
WGST presents Robert Jensen, University of Texas professor, discussing his latest book, The end of patriarchy: Radical feminism for men. In this book, Jensen asks one key question: What do we need to create and maintain stable, decent human communities that can remain in a sustainable relationship with the larger living world? His answer: A radical feminism that critiques institutionalized male dominance, rejects men's assertion of a right to control womne's sexuality and reproduction, and demands an end to men's violence.
Jensen, who teaches in the School of Journalism at UT, Austin, is the author of several other books, including The heart of whiteness: Confronting race, racism, and white privilege and Getting off: Pornography and the end of masculinity.
This talk is free and open to the public. Jensen will be selling and signing books after the talk.
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Contributed by Teri Reinemann on 02/12/2017
The Ithaca College Gerontology Institute is pleased to present:
Racially-Associated Disparities in Hospice and Palliative Care Access: Can We Move the Needle?
with Richard Payne, M.D.
Monday, February 13
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Contributed by Paul Mikowski on 02/10/2017
This block, Koru meets on Tuesdays 4-5:15 in the Health Center (CAPS Group Room starting 2/14). To sign up, please email email@example.com.
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Contributed by Christine Haase on 02/10/2017
Now is an ideal time to visit our At Work meeting to see what all the excitement is about! Then register as a new member AND receive a Starter Kit as a welcome gift!
Please refer to the Intercom announcement posted on 2/3/2017 for all the details. Our leader has received a supply of Starter Kit gift vouchers and is ready to hand them out!
Join us to see how this journey we call weight loss goes beyond the scale!
Submitted on behalf of Dr. Brian Dickens, VP for Human Resources
As mentioned in previous meetings and events, the Office of Human Resources is excited to announce we have partnered with Sibson Consulting to conduct an extensive review of the current compensation program for staff and administration. The objectives of this major initiative are to revise our compensation philosophy, redesign our current job structure, complete an assessment of the competitiveness of current salaries and benefits, and to develop and implement a new salary structure.
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Welcome to threads@CFE: This week's post is the third in a three-part series by Dr. Christina Moylan: Challenging Upperclassman Students to Make Meaningful Connections with the “Classify”and “Headlines” Instructional Strategies
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Contributed by Tom Schneller on 02/10/2017
Open letter to the Ithaca College community:
We, the undersigned members of the steering committee of the Women’s and Gender Studies Program, are writing in support of our part-time and contingent colleagues in their collective union efforts to forge a mutually beneficial contract with Ithaca College.
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Ticket information is now available for Trevor Noah’s performance on April 8, 2017 at Ithaca College.
Ithaca College students, faculty, and staff will be able to purchase tickets beginning Wednesday, February 15, at 10 a.m. EST. Any remaining seats will be open to the general public on Friday, February 17, at 9 a.m. EST.
To purchase tickets, click here and select the “Buy Tickets” button under Trevor Noah’s photo. This will take you to the University Tickets system. Once you are on the University Tickets site, click on the “general public” button to create your account, or sign in if you already have an account.
Please note: Since you will need a University Tickets account to complete your ticket order, create your account ahead of time for a faster and easier purchase experience. For those seeking to purchase tickets beginning on Wednesday, February 15, you must use your Ithaca.edu address.
Maximum number of tickets per person is 6.
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Contributed by Karen Serbonich on 02/10/2017
Please return empty Intra- campus envelopes and duplicating envelopes and boxes to us by placing these in your mail/duplicating drop area in your building.
Please do not use for storing student files, office materials or for shipping.
Print Production calculates the cost to replenish unreturned supplies in the printing costs we charge. Help keep our costs low by returning empty Print Production supplies to our office by placing them in the mail/duplicating drop area in your building.
Contributed by Michael Twomey on 02/10/2017
English Department chair Dan Breen, Associate Professor, has published an article titled “Shakespeare and History Writing” about the historiographical dimension of Shakespeare’s plays. The article appears in Literature Compass, a highly-regarded online journal focusing on cutting-edge literary criticism.
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Contributed by Michele Lenhart on 02/09/2017
Contributed by John Fracchia on 02/09/2017
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