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E-Lot Parking

Contributed by Malorie Kerry on 07/22/2016 

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As you may know, Ithaca College is undergoing a project to renovate some of the accessible parking spaces on campus. In order to complete the accessible parking renovations in E-Lot, the lot will need to be closed for approximately two weeks beginning Monday July 25th. 

All of the accessible parking space will be relocated to U-Lot. 

Please contact our office if you have any questions or run into any challenges.

The Office of Admission is excited to invite current Ithaca College employees who meet the required qualifications to apply for the position of Associate Director, Off-Campus Recruitment.

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Dear members of the Ithaca College community we invite you to add your name in support of this message:

The violent and unjust domestic and international events of the past few weeks have confounded us all and led to a conflicting cycle of emotions. We are all grieving, desperately searching for answers, angry, exhausted, and most of all, hoping—hoping for a clear path forward.

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Strategic Communication faculty member, Dr. Lisa Farman was recently interviewed by Fast Company for a recent article because of her research about behavioral targeting online:

 

 

 

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In this publication, Dr. Lisa Farman argues that ads, movies, and other forms of media content have potential to change behaviors by appealing to identity but that the mechanisms responsible for persuasive effects have not been adequately specified. 

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As you may know, Ithaca College is undergoing a project to renovate some of the accessible parking spaces on campus.  Beginning on Thursday July 14th, the spaces on the north side of E-Lot will be taken off line so renovations can begin.  There should still be enough spaces in the lot; however, four temporary accessible spaces will be added in U-Lot until the project is completed.

 

Hello, everyone! What's new with you? 

 

You may have heard that we're renovating Terrace Dining Hall! Follow us on Instagram for a sneak peek of the progress and awesome things to come! 

 

 

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DIIS is having an informal drop-in gathering to wish Keith “Mac” McIntosh the best as he leaves the college to become the new VP and CIO at the University of Richmond.  Please stop by the Job Hall 3rd floor large conference room between 2:00 and 3:00pm on Thursday, July 21, to wish Mac all the best in his new role.

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Please join us on Tuesday, July 26, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m., in Klingenstein Lounge as we thank Vice President Gerald Hector for his many contributions to Ithaca College.  Gerald is leaving the College to begin his appointment as vice president for financial affairs at Cornell University.  His last day at the college will be July 27. 

We will be accepting contributions toward a gift; if you are interested, please send your contribution to Jaimie Voorhees, 323 Peggy Ryan Williams Center by Monday, July 25.

 

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Student employees are an essential resource at Ithaca College.  This invaluable addition to the workforce brings unique managerial challenges.  This fast paced program will help you maximize the contributions of these workers. 

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The current economic climate has created challenges for employees on college campuses.  Strong, focused, and enthusiastic employees will be the key for all departments and divisions on campus.  You can help create an environment where employees feel empowered and informed.  Learn strategies on maintaining morale from Tracy Knofla, who has over 25 years of experience working on college campuses nationwide.  

 

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On Thursday, July 21st between 5:00 and 7:00 PM there will be an outage of the campus voice mail system due to maintenance. This downtime is needed to complete a portion of the maintenance that was not able to be performed during the last outage on July 7th.

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Human at Work Workshop Series

Contributed by Katie Sack on 07/19/2016 

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Expanding on the award-winning “Human at Work” presentation he shared at IC last December, Dave Cameron ’96 leads this series of lunchtime workshops offering practical steps to evaluate how you work now, identify your natural productivity style, and discover the best Goals, Tools, and Habits for improving how you get stuff done in a way that is achievable, sustainable, and shareable with others on your team.

Part One: Goals Before Tools
(Tue. July 26, 12:00 - 1:00 pm)

Part Two: The Right Tools for the Job
(Wed. July 27, 12:00 - 1:00 pm)

Part Three: Building Better Habits
(Thu. July 28, 12:00 - 1:00 pm)

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Provost and Vice President for Educational Affairs Benjamin Rifkin has announced that he will be resigning from that position, effective July 31. Rifkin will remain on the faculty, where he is a tenured professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures.

“It has been an honor to serve as the provost and vice president for educational affairs at Ithaca College during this past year, and I have felt truly privileged to work with our remarkable students, faculty, and staff,” said Rifkin. “At the same time, it has been a tumultuous year, for all of us on campus. During this time of transition, I have decided that it is best for me and for the college that I resume my role as a professor and contribute to the mission of the college through my work on the faculty.”

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During the early morning hours of Thursday, July 21st (midnight on Wednesday through 2:00 AM on Thursday) Internet connectivity to and from Ithaca College (excluding My-ResNet) will be unavailable for two 15-minute periods during the maintenance window. Users of the student My-ResNet network will not be impacted.

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submitted on behalf of Dr. Benjamin Rifkin, Provost and Vice President for Educational Affairs

 

Student Accessibility Services, Tutoring Services, and the Director of the ICC have moved to Rothschild Place this summer so that students can have one stop access to the range of academic support services provided by these offices and the Academic Advising Center, also co-located in Rothschild. 

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Submitted on behalf of Dr. Roger Richardson, Associate Provost/Interim Chief Diversity Officer. 

I am pleased to announce that Dr. Sean Eversley Bradwell, an educator inside and outside the classroom at Ithaca College since 2003, has been hired in the newly established position of Director for Program and Outreach within the Division of Educational Affairs.

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(Submitted on behalf of Eric Nichols, Director of Facilities Services)

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Following a summer of renovations, the Ithaca College Fitness Center will reopen on Monday July 18th.  Our hours for the rest of summer will be:

Monday: 7:00am - 6:30pm

Tuesday: 7:00am - 6:30pm

Wednesday: 7:00am - 6:30pm

Thursday: 7:00am - 6:30pm

Friday: 7:00am - 5:30pm

Saturday: CLOSED

Sunday: CLOSED

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Stephen Sweet (Professor of Sociology) joined a team of scholars who visited the offices of congressional representatives Charles Rangel (D), Nita Lowey (D), Tom Reed (R) and senators Kirsten Gillibrand (D) and Chuck Schumer (D) as part of the Work and Family Researchers Network Work-Family Congressional Education and Policy Day (in collaboration with the National Partnership for Women & Families and the Washington Center for Equitable Growth).  The lobbying effort was intended to generate support for legislation currently proposed for paid family leave, paid sick leave, and schedule predictability.  Stephen Sweet serves as member of the executive committee for the Work and Family Researchers Network.

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