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 Four music composition students obtain recognition for their work

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Fractionation (the opposite of escalation) is a process by which big conflicts are broken down into little conflicts, where they can be more easily understood and resolved.  We’ll explore the way conflict manifests in three venues (intrapsychic, interpersonal and intergroup) but we’ll focus on interpersonal aspects.

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James Suh has put together a great IC A Healthy Me Challenge this year - Food & Fitness. James is a senior Public and Community Health major from New Jersey and enjoys hiking with his dogs, running, and cooking healthy & delicious meals! 

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Are you approved to drive a campus vehicle? The Department of Physics & Astronomy needs an APPROVED DRIVER from about 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 30th and Friday April 15th, for Public Viewing Night

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STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF, AND LOCAL COMMUNITY MEMBERS, please join us for an educational tour of two of our exemplary community-based learning initiatives. As you will discover, it is on the bridge between service-learning coursework, co-curricular programming, and community partnerships, where we meet for a deeper understanding of community need and collective action

THIS EVENT FEATURES:

  • Service-Learning Posters & Video Presentations
  • Affiliated Student Organizations & Community Partners
  • Live Music & Free Snacks

Sponsored by The Office of Civic Engagement and The Center for Faculty Excellence

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The Ithaca College Symphony Orchestra will be traveling to Lincoln Center on Friday, April 15 to attend the New York Philharmonic’s performance of Mahler’s Symphony No. 9 at 8:00 PM in David Geffen Hall. You are invited to join them!

The buses will depart at 12:30 PM by the Baker walkway near the Towers and leave Lincoln Center at 10:00 PM to return to IC. There are a limited amount of seats on the bus and tickets available to IC students, faculty, and staff.

The round-trip bus ride and concert ticket costs $40. To reserve your seat, bring a check made payable to Ithaca College to Derek Wallace in the School of Music main office (JJWCM 3320) and sign a waiver.

Anyone over the age of 18 is welcome to attend. Tickets will be distributed on the bus on the way to NYC.

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 Ben Hogben, Manager of Access Services, presented on the IC Library's use of the "Get It Now" service to support expedited document delivery of requested materials at the 2016 ILLiad International Conference, in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

 

Everyone has a role in making Ithaca College successful, and your feedback is important!

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Digital Instruction and Information Services (DIIS) is hosting a candidate for the position of Director of Architecture and Infrastructure on campus Tuesday, 3/29/16.

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67 million people have high blood pressure in America

 What we already knew:

  • Risk of CVD (Cardio Vascular Disease) doubles for each incremental increase in SBP of 20 mmHg or DBP of 10 mmHg.
  • Aerobic exercise training leads to reduction in resting BP of 5-7 mmHg in those with hypertension.

New studies show:

  • Using salt substitutes can decrease blood pressure
  • 80% of sodium Americans intake comes from packaged, processed and restaurant foods.
  • Home cooking is a great way to control your sodium intake
  • Exercise can slow down the inevitable increase in blood pressure as you age.
  • Those who have proper protein intake are 40% less likely to develop high blood pressure
  • A combination of a high protein and high fiber intake can even lower the risk for hypertension
  • Consuming flaxseed daily may help reduce high blood pressure

 

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The IC American Marketing Association (ICAMA) once again placed among the top chapters in the country, receiving multiple awards at the 2016 AMA International Collegiate Conference in New Orleans, March 17-19.

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You have probably heard of Health Care Reform and the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and one change that may impact you directly is Form 1095-C. Organizations, like Ithaca College, that employ more than 50 people are required to report to the IRS on the health insurance, if any, offered to their full-time employees. 

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Take advantage of the next week of concerts offered by the School of Music. A full listing of all concerts and events is available at ithaca.edu/concerts; some highlights are featured below. 

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Paul Vanouse, Director of the Coalesce Center for Biologic Art at the U. of Buffalo, will be the opening speaker for the 2016 Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival. 

We are pleased to announce the FLEFF Opening Speaker for 2016.

Paul Vanouse, Director of the Coalesce Center for Biologic Art at the U. of Buffalo and Professor in the Department of Art will speak on March 28 at 7pm in Clarke Lounge. 

His talk, Switching Lenses: Art, Life and the Laboratory, will address how conceptual art, land art, eco art, etc. paves the way for bio-art and and exciting new developments at the Coalesce Center for Biological Art.

For more information in the Coalesce Center: http://art.buffalo.edu/about/coalesce-center/

The theme of the 2016 edition of FLEFF is Landscapes. For more information on the Festival including films, dates, times, and locations, see http://www.ithaca.edu/fleff/.

On March 31, 2016, 7:30 pm, Business School 104, Dr. Marla Brettschneider will speak on “The Jewish Phenomenon in Sub-Saharan Africa: Multiple and Conflicting Discourses.” Her talk is sponsored by Jewish Studies at Ithaca College and is free and open to the public. 

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The Third Annual Israel Film Festival is made possible through the partnerships of Hillel at Ithaca College, IC Jewish Studies Program, IC Park School of Communications, IC Student Alliance for Israel Minienu, Ithaca Area United Jewish Community, Temple Beth El, Israel on Campus Coalition, Hasbara Fellowships and StandWithUs.

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As first posted to Intercom on 3/23, due to an anticipated high volume of Admissions visitors N-Lot parking will be reserved as guest parking for a portion of the day on Friday, March 25.  The lot will re-open for regular use at approximately 1 p.m. that day.  Thank you for your understanding and cooperation as we welcome prospective students and their families to Ithaca College.  

Salads are now being served at Sandella's Cafe at IC Square Food Court! Our new salads are served as-is or you can make them your own by adding customizable toppings! 

Today's special is a classic Caesar Salad for $5.09. Optional toppings include: Onions, Bacon, Tomato, Cucumber, and Black Olives. Want to add protein? Add Chicken or Tofu for $1.99! 

Workshop Description:

Privilege is a concept with many meanings. Some privileges can be bought; some may be earned through one’s profession, office, or be awarded upon admission to an institution, club or society. This workshop will focus on the kinds of unearned privilege that are afforded on the basis of belonging to included social identity groups. 

Prerequisite: Participants must have already attended Moving Toward Cultural Competency Workshop in order to attend.

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 About the Webinar:

This video features the New England HERC Diversity Recruitment Conference 2011 KEYNOTE ADDRESS: "A Matter of Excellence: Strategic Diversity Leadership in the Academy, An Evolutionary Discussion" by Dr. Damon Williams, Associate Vice Chancellor, Vice Provost, Chief Officer for Diversity & Climate at University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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