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Patricia Zimmermann, professor of Screen Studies and codirector of the Finger Lakers Environmental Film Festival, was the invited featured speaker at the Institute for Research on Women and Gender at the University of Michigan, May 14-17, 2015.

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Office 365 ProPlus available to all current students, staff, and faculty as a FREE subscription license for personal devices.

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“Family – today’s little moments become tomorrow’s precious memories”

Make memories by spending time your family! Check out our Family Fun Month webpage - for family time suggestions like…

  • Music in the Hollow
  • National Aviation Day
  • Star Gazing and more!

Kathleen Mulligan (Theatre Arts) was a featured speaker at the inaugural Statera Foundation Conference on August 1, 2015 at the Utah Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City, Utah.

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 The School of H&S is searching for an Academic Services Coordinator (Level G Non Exempt).  This position will work with the Assistant Dean of Student Services, and will prepare and review student academic data, advisor assignments, degree evaluations, and degree audits.  In addition, this position will provide assistance to students in resolving scheduling conflicts, orientation, and registration procedures. The Academic Services coordinator will assist with the coordination of registration, orientation and Fall Welcome related events. This position will prepare confidential correspondence, spreadsheets and reports, and maintain files and records. This position will serve as a resource for students, faculty, and staff providing information and assistance regarding academic services.

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Asma Barlas, professor of Politics and director of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity taught a summer course on Islam as part of SUNY and St. Petersburg State University's annual Institute on Linguistics, Cognition, and Culture, in St. Petersburg, Russia, in July.

 The Office of Extended Studies will be closed on Friday, August 14 for staff development. Email for assistance.

Thank you!

 At IC Square Food Court, we're featuring two new sandwiches from our Summer Unplugged line, available until August 14!

At Selona Grill, we're serving up a Bao Sandwich. A traditional steamed bun filled with Asian flavored beef brisket and pickled cabbage slaw topped with chopped cilantro.

At The Deli, we're featuring a Roast Beef and Arugula Baguette! Delicious roast beef, arugula, balsamic red onion and fresh mozzarella with black pepper may on a baguette.

Come to the Food Court and try one today!

This is just a friendly reminder that drop-in hours will not be available from August 17 through the 25 due to student training.  Drop-ins will resume on Wednesday August 26 from 11 to 3, Thursday August 26 from 11 to 3 and Fridays from 12:00 to 3:00.

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The Ithaca College Catholic Community is heading down to Philadelphia in order to celebrate Mass with Pope Francis when he holds the only Mass that is open to the public on Sunday September 27th. 

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Gladys M. Varona-Lacey, Modern Languages and Literatures professor, presented a conference paper at the XVI Congreso Internacional de Literatura Hispánca in Tenerife, Spain (July 2015). Her paper, “Recuerdo, ausencia y desplazamiento en ‘Cortado en dos’”, analyses a short story by Mirta Yáñez, a Cuban writer, was recently inducted to the Academia Cubana de la Lengua.

 Professor Rogers and undergraduate researchers Ryan Fedora '17, Addison Hebert '16, Jeff Hejna '16, and Evan Van de Wall '16 traveled to Mt. McGregor (just north of Saratoga Springs, NY) to conduct preliminary scans of the location where President Grant finished his memoirs and passed away from throat cancer. The team completed a full scan of the exterior of the house and established a plan for scanning the interior. 

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Please join the School of Music in offering a fond farewell to Director of Music Admissions, Townsend Plant, at a reception on Friday, August 21, from 3:00 p.m. -5:00 p.m. in the Klingenstein Lounge.

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 Dining Services Main Offices located in the Terrace Dining Hall will be closed today for an all-employee meeting. The Administrative Staff will not be available for mail deliveries/pick-ups or Faculty/Staff Meal Plan renewals.

We appreciate your patience and understanding. We will return to normal business hours (8:30 AM - 4:30 PM) tomorrow, August 19th. 

Dr. Derrick Fox, Assistant Professor of Choral Music Education/Conducting led teachers from around the country in professional development sessions focused on teaching in the middle school/junior high choral classroom. Hosted this past July by the Michigan State University School of Music in East, Lansing, MI., workshop topics included assessment, rehearsal planning and technology. 

Dr. Fox will also lead junior high and high school choral directors in the Orange County Public School System of Orlando, Florida in similar sessions this August. Particular focus will be given to assessment and technology, as they adopt a one-to-one technology plan.

NCC News (Newhouse Communications Center, Syracuse University) recently ran a story about a fascinating case involving an IC athlete with vocal cord dysfunction that was conducted by 2 IC Clinical Faculty members, Clinical Associate Professor of Athletic Training & Head Athletic Trainer, Mike Matheny, MS, ATC, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Speech Pathology & Clinic Director Mary Pitti, MS, CCC-SLP. The case is a result of an exciting and informative interprofessional collaboration between the Department of Exercise & Sport Sciences and the Department of Speech Language-Pathology and Audiology in the School of Health Sciences & Human Performance, and has lead to several forthcoming publications by the 2 professors. The story can be read and heard here

 Clinical Associate Professor, Courtney Gray, MS, ATC and AT Major, Class of 2014 and current DPT student, Andrew Claypool published Nonsurgical Management of a Jones Fracture in a Collegiate Basketball Player, a unique case study in the July 2015 Issue of "The International Journal of Athletic Training & Therapy", the result of collaborative work between Professor Gray and Andrew during his clinical education in the Athletic Training Education major in the Department of Exercise & Sport Sciences.

Stephen Tropiano, associate professor of screen studies and director of the Ithaca College Los Angeles Program, served as a judge for the Richard Wall Memorial Award.

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 Andrew Utterson, Assistant Professor of Screen Studies, recently delivered papers at two international conferences.

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 I am pleased to announce that Abby Juda has joined the library staff.  Abby holds degrees from the University of Michigan and the University of Toronto.  She comes to us from the Crumb Library at SUNY Potsdam.

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