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Worried about passing finals? Then pass the cheese please and take a study break with Stillwater Magazine.

Stillwater is hosting an event showcasing the newly released magazine. The event will feature a raffle for some great PRIZES, plus FREE COFFEE, cheeses, fruits, and dessert will be served. Listen to readings and check out great artwork to get inspired.

Come to Klingenstein Lounge on Tuesday, May 6th from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm. Stick around or just stop by on your way to the library!

Don't forget to leave with a copy of the magazine.

Join us to beat the studying blues with some creative appreciation and coffee!

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Sarah Mucci, mentored by Assistant Professor Yvonne Rogalski, presented a poster on Global and Local Coherence in Parkinson's Disease at the third annual Master's Level Graduate Research Conference in Brockport, N.Y. on April 26. 

Mary Jo Watts of ITS has many years of teaching and research experience and is currently co-authoring a biographical book project SCUM: The Life and Times of Valerie Solanas.  She will demonstrate the key technologies and workflows she has been using to record  and catalog interviews as week as manage hundreds of digital assets acquired over a period of 8 years.    She will highlight technologies that not only help in managing work but transformed the way she approached research. [Register]

Date: Thursday, May 8, 2014
Time: 1:00-2:00 pm
Location: Gannett 316, Center for Faculty Excellence.

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As a culmination of their graduate education in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Ithaca College, students presented their posters from the small group work done with faculty mentors in the Advanced Clinical Reasoning course. 

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The Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs celebrated and honored the leadership, involvement, service, and scholarship of our students at our annual OSEMA Recognition Ceremony on Monday, April 28. Below is a list of our award recipients. If you see these students around campus, please congratulate them on their dedication to the Ithaca College campus community!

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The Ithaca College Art Department presents: NoEcho, A pop gallery transforming a raw industrial space into a display of the varied talents of junior and senior art majors at Ithaca College.

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Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity assistant professor Paula Ioanide will offer "Watching Race in American Media" as an online course during the May Summer Session (May 13-23). Course fulfills DIVERSITY designation; General Education requirements 1: Self & Society and GE h: Historical Perspective, Humanities, Liberal Arts. To enroll, search course number CSCR 26100 for Summer 2014 term on Homerconnect.

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Microsoft has released a patch to address the IE security flaw that was announced a few days ago. Once the patch has been installed, it is safe to resume use of Internet Explorer.

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The latest Wellness Clinic Newsletter is now up on our website. It includes articles on Understanding Body Composition, Functional Fitness, Talks By The Treadmill, our Fitness Specialist and Client of the Month, and Summer Exercise Tips. There's also a great chicken recipe. Check It Out!

IC Fit Kids: Personalized one-on-one training customized to help your child reach their fitness goals at the Ithaca College Robert R. Colbert Wellness Clinic!

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Textbook buyback at the Campus Store begins Monday, May 5th at 9am.  You can sell your books regardless of where you bought them.

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Summer sessions start as early as May 13 so it isn't too early to start planning and setting up your courses. These 90 minute sessions will offer some tips for successful online courses and using Sakai effectively. Participants will have ample time to plan and/or build their courses. Come to one or all. Sessions are in Job Hall 102 (CET - Center for Educational Technology).

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IC H.O.P.E. is a student-driven effort to connect students, faculty, and staff with nature on campus and empower all of us to make sustainable behavior changes.

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Important updated information about the Human Resources online employment system downtime.

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Faculty and students presented both collaborative and individual work at the national archaeology and biological anthropology conferences and the northeast regional anthropology conference. (right: Teresa Macagnone and Luke St. Clair discussing their posters with conference attendees)

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IMC majors, Sara Harmon and Lauren Denecke, have been named finalists for the 2014 Washington Media Scholars Foundation's Media Plan Case Competition. After challenging entry and semifinal stages, only six teams in the country are designated finalists.

 

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Matt Fee, assistant professor of screen studies and director of the Park Scholar Program, presented at the recent conference Contemporary Horrors: Destabilizing a Cinematic Genre, held at the University of Chicago.

Fee presented “A Decade of Decay: Industry, Ideology, and the Growth of the Irish Horror Film,” research that examines the recent boom in the production of Irish horror films, its ideological importance to contemporary anxieties regarding the rural and the family and, more generally, the complicated role of genre in developing a national cinema.

“The Night of Broken Glass,” a short story by Jack Wang, associate professor and chair of the Department of Writing, has been shortlisted for the 2014 Commonwealth Short Story Prize. His story is one of 19 finalists chosen by an international panel of judges from over 3,700 entries from 53 Commonwealth nations.

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The Roy H. Park School of Communications will host a variety of end-of-the-semester screenings, exhibitions, and presentations to showcase student work. All events are free an open to the public.


Friday, May 2

Photo Workshop: What's In A Name
Opening Reception: 5:00- 9:00 p.m.
108 W Cayuga Street, 2nd floor above Bandwagon Brew Pub
Additional Gallery hours:
Saturday, May 3 from 3:00-9:00 p.m.
Sunday, May 4 from noon-6:00 p.m.

View the Events Calendar posting.

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Exciting news: IC Kicks Back has moved to the A&E Center! Still all the fun just in a new location.

Come celebrate the end of the year at IC Kicks Back on Friday, May 2 from 2pm-6pm in the A&E Center! Challenge your friends on an inflatable Boot Camp Obstacle Course, in the inflatable Meltdown Zone, and on the Fire and ICE Slide. Be sure to capture the moment with the IT Photo booth, also provided by NY Party Works.

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