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Contributed by Matt Gorney on 01/20/2015
Ithaca College ITS is pleased to announce that Center for Natural Sciences is now ready to enter into the testing phase for their new Wi-Fi environment. Between now and January 26th, we are continuously testing the performance of the network and are asking the community for feedback on any issues.
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Contributed by Carlos Figueroa on 01/19/2015
This seminar explores the historical, cultural, theological and social contexts and factors that gave rise to the pragmatic interventions of members of the Religious Society of Friends (better known as Quakers) into U.S. social/racial justice politics, regarding: 1) national debates/policies over the institution of slavery (anti-slavery movement; gradualism versus immediatism), 2) the inclusion of blacks within meeting houses in terms of membership & leadership, 3) imperialist & anti-imperialist debates over U.S. insular affairs (e.g. Puerto Rico and the Philippines), and 4) labor and civil rights struggles in most of the 20th century, among others.
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Contributed by Diane Gayeski on 01/19/2015
Please join me in welcoming Nicole (Nicky) Koschmann, our new Park Scholar Director.
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Contributed by Matt Morgan on 01/19/2015
The Department of Health Promotion and Physical Education presents its 2015 speaker series entitled "Teaching, Learning, and Diversity in the 21st Century." Throughout February and March, experts from health and education will come to Ithaca College to offer their opinions on pressing topics in their field.
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Cristina Gomez, assistant professor in Mathematics and Education presents at Joint Mathematics Meeting
Contributed by Bonita Ferguson on 01/19/2015
This is the annual meeting of the Mathematical American Association (MAA) and the American Mathematical Society (AMS).
The Handwerker Gallery will open doors for our inaugural exhibitions of the semester featuring work by artists Katie and Mercedes Dorame, who will visit campus to speak about their work February 26-27, 2015. All exhibitions and events are free and open to the public. ORIGIN STORIES: Alien Apostles/Altar Apparitions will remain on view through Friday, March 6, 2015.
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Contributed by Nikki Lynn on 01/19/2015
Need to prep for your grad school entrance exams? Apply to take a class for FREE!
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Contributed by Rebecca Sexton on 01/19/2015
Classroom Reservation Process During the Add/Drop Period - Notice from the Registrar and Campus Center & Event Services
Contributed by Bill Scheddin on 01/19/2015
The start of each semester is a busy time for many departments and clubs that want to reserve classrooms or other academic spaces for various non-academic activities. There can be some confusion concerning the process for reserving classrooms for these activities leading up to and during the add/drop period each semester. In order to make the process smoother for this upcoming semester, as well as future semesters, here are guidelines for reserving classrooms during the add/drop period.
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Contributed by Nikki Lynn on 01/19/2015
Planning on doing an awesome internship in the summer of 2015? Would some extra money help cover the costs? Keep reading!
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Contributed by Michelle Rios-Dominguez on 01/18/2015
Have you ever had a question about race but were uncomfortable or unsure how to ask? What does racism mean to you? How do you experience racism? How do you think racism has affected your and others’ lives? How do you cope with the effects? Who is responsible for eliminating racism? How might that happen?
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Contributed by Kathleen Mulligan on 01/18/2015
On Sunday, January 25 at 4 pm the senior class of the Department of Theatre Arts will present the 4th Annual Wheels4Women Benefit Cabaret. The cabaret will last about 75 minutes with an intermission and will feature music and poetry performed by senior BFA performance majors. There will also be a raffle for professional theatre tickets (the Hangar, the Kitchen, the Merry-Go-Round), a 5-show pass to Cinemapolis, and an auction for a home made pie! Suggested donation is 10.00 per adult and 5.00 for students. The cabaret will take place in the Clark Theatre, Dillingham Center. All donations are tax deductible and checks should be made out to Ithaca College with “Wheels4Women” in the memo.
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Contributed by Angela Koivula on 01/18/2015
Did you know? CAPS now has a Facebook page to keep the campus community informed on mental health and wellness related concerns. Follow us today
Welcome back Students!
The Fitness Center's group fitness schedule is now posted on our website. Group fitness classes will begin on Tuesday 1/20/15. Unless otherwise indicated, sign-ups for each class will be available at the Fitness Center front desk 30 minutes before each scheduled start time. Enjoy!
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Contributed by Karen Sunderland on 01/17/2015
Are you getting a laptop replaced as part of Technology Renewal for Spring 2015? If you are, you have a great opportunity to bring the laptop to ITS for replacement this Wednesday, January 21st!
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Contributed by Kathleen Weeks on 01/16/2015
Information Technology Services is pleased to announce the addition of a new charcoal answer sheet for exam optical scanning services. The new charcoal form will enable the instructors to have students use their Netpass Username ID on the answer sheets and allow ITS to provide a file compatible with the Sakai Gradebook.
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Contributed by Paul Mikowski on 01/16/2015
(UPDATED with a statement about sexual assault confidentiality)
Faculty members play an important role in the lives of students that extends beyond the teaching of course material. The staff of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) recognizes faculty’s potential to influence student’s attitudes about mental health care. We know the stigma about accessing mental health services cause some students to suffer needlessly. Therefore, we invite you to partner with us to identify students at risk, reach out to them, or to report your concerns via the Students at Risk Initiative.
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