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This dynamic event will feature a panel of local Generation Z youth activists/organizers discussing and answering questions about their social justice work on issues related to food justice (Youth Farm Project), youth incarceration (Raise the Age Campaign) and environmental justice (Cayuga Wetlands Restoration Project). Please join us as we learn from our panelists about what is most important to them and what our roles and responsibilities are to the members of the imminent generation. 

 

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Contributed on behalf of Interim AVP/CIO, David Weil for Digital Instruction and Information Services

What do college students really think about technology in the classroom? What are their expectations for how technology is used by professors and others on campus? How do they use technology to support their learning and time on campus? Join us on March 23rd at 12:10 in the Klingenstein Lounge for a lively discussion on this topic.

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Submitted on Behalf of Carole Dennis and Wade Pickren, Co-chairs, Research Council

Last November a Faculty Scholarship, Research and Creative Inquiry Fair was held where various faculty members presented their research or scholarly work in a lightning round format.

The event was very successful and we would like to repeat it with new presenters on Monday, April 3, 2017 from 3:30 - 5:00 pm.

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Contributed on behalf of John Sigg, Interim Dean of HSHP and Search Committee Chair.

The Chief Information Officer/Associate Vice President for Digital Instruction and Information Services search is well underway. The search committee encourages members of the campus community to share the position description or nominate potential candidates for this position. Nominations should be directed to our search consultants, Neumann Executive Search Partners, at IthacaCIO@neumannsearch.com.

Campus visits by finalists are anticipated to occur during the last two weeks of April 2017. The committee’s goal is to have the new CIO/AVP in place by June 2017.

The Amazon Web Services outage has been fully resolved as of the afternoon of Wednesday, March 1st, 2017. If you experience any further difficulties with Ithaca College systems or sites, please report it to the DIIS Service Desk at x4-1000. Thank you.

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Please join us in celebration of the 2016-2017 Diversity Scholars at Ithaca College on Tuesday, February 28, from 2:30-4:00pm in Clark Lounge. 

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 Naeem Inayatullah attended the 58th annual meeting of the International Studies Association in Baltimore, February 22-25.  His participation included the following: 

  • “Out of Crushed Hope” for the roundtable, Disciplining International Relations: Race, Gender, and Eurocentrism in International Relations;
  • discussant for the panel, National consciousness, which is not nationalism: anti-colonial imaginaries and postcolonial settlements; 
  • panelist representing “Narrative Approaches” in the Critical Methods Café; and, 
  • chair for the panel, Music and the Critique of Modern International Relations.

Habitat’s Women Build program invites all females to learn and practice construction skills in a welcoming, friendly, positive environment.  Training sessions are hands-on and last approximately one hour, enough time to test the tools and ask lots of questions without taking up your entire evening.  Girls ages 14 and up are also welcome to join in!  Habitat for Humanity hopes participants will put their skills to good use by volunteering on a Habitat job site, making a difference by helping them construct decent, affordable homes right here in our community.   

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This Thursday - Music in CNS!

12:15pm in the CNS lobby - Ithaca College Tabla Ensemble. A C. P. Snow event, bridging the Humanities and the Sciences.

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Please join the Ithaca College Art Department for a Pizza Party to celebrate the opening of the new Creative Space Gallery!!

Art Majors, Minors and Art enthusiasts are welcome!

The Creative Space Gallery is a satellite of the Ithaca College Art Department. CSG is student-run and is a venue for exhibition, creation and education.

It will take place from 4:30-6 on Tues 2/28. You will also have a chance to meet our Visiting Artist Martinez EB.

South Hill Business Campus, Loading Dock 5

Ithaca, New York (directly across from campus)

ITHACA, N.Y. – The Ithaca College women’s basketball team (24-3) has earned the right to host the first two rounds of the NCAA Division III Championship and will play Rochester Institute of Technology (19-8) inside Ben Light Gymnasium on Friday, March 3. Bowdoin College (21-4) and SUNY New Paltz (18-8) will also travel to Ithaca for the four-team regional. The winners of the two contests will play on Saturday, March 4.

GAME TIMES:
Friday, March 3 - Bowdoin vs. New Paltz - 5 p.m.
Friday, March 3 - Ithaca vs. RIT - 7 p.m.
Saturday, March 4 - First Round Winners - 5 p.m.

TICKET PRICES:
$7 for adults
$4 for youth, students and senior citizens
(IC students, faculty and staff are admitted for FREE with school ID - provided by the athletic department)

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MARTINEZ E-B will be presenting an artist lecture at the Handwerker Gallery at 6pm on 2/28.

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Randi Millman-Brown and Keith Millman - First Friday Gallery Night - Opening Exhibition

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Information session for Primate Behavior and Ecology Field School in Costa Rica offered this summer through Study Abroad (pending final approval) – Thurs, March 2nd, 5:00-6:00 pm, Williams 118. All are welcome!

 

 

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Wednesday, March 8, 2017, 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Center for Faculty Excellence, 316 Gannett Center

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Staff Council's January Meeting Minutes are now posted on our website.

Our next meeting is Thursday, March 23 from 2:00-3:30pm in Gannett 319.

Please join us in celebration of the 2016-2017 Diversity Scholars at Ithaca College on Tuesday, February 28, from 2:30-4:00pm in Clark Lounge. 

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 Congratulations to Lauren McGrath (EM, '17), Lauren Suna (EM, '20), Mia Kimmich Mitchell (CS,'18) and Tea Mdevadze (CS, '20) for winning the "Best Hardware Hack" at the RIT WiCHacks event held February 25 and 26 in Rochester, NY.

Zoom is an online web conferencing tool available to all students, faculty, and staff that can be used on any device. It's great for collaboration, screen sharing, teaching remotely, and more. In addition to some custom Webinars for IC done by Zoom Staff, DIIS is offering some hands-on in person workshops in the TLC, Friends 101.

Intro to Zoom Hands-on Training (TLC, Friends 101)

This in-person session will introduce participants to the Zoom Web Conferencing system at IC.  After a brief presentation and demonstration of key settings, features and common use cases, participants will be able to log into zoom, customize their profile settings, and join a meeting.  Events.ithaca.edu - Please click "I'm going" and download the calendar file.

  • Wednesday, March 1, 10:00 am - 11:00 pm
  • Thursday, March 2, 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm
  • Monday, March 6, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
  • Thursday, March 9, 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm

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Natiala Serna "La Muna" presents songs from her album Corazón Norte

Whalen 3302
Tuesday 2/28 4-5:30
Free and Open to the Public 

La Muna 
Natalia Serna, aka La Muna, is a Colombian-American musician and sociologist that moved to the border city of Nogales, Sonora as a volunteer at the Kino Border Initiative Soup Kitchen. Corazόn Norte has  been presented at migrant soup kitchens, detention centers, universities and theaters across Mexico, Guatemala and the U.S. Her music on social justice has been used by the Discovery Channel, Two America’s film, Jesuit Refugee Services, Bread for the World, and Creighton Backpacker film El Deportado, among others. 

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