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Contributed by Bill Scheddin on 07/16/2014
The Office of Campus Center and Event Services would like to welcome Liz Kranz to the CC&ES team. Serving as Scheduling Coordinator, Liz will oversee scheduling functions within the Campus Center and provide support to all 25Live users.
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Contributed by Eileen Jacobs on 07/15/2014
Submitted on behalf of Mark Coldren, Associate Vice President, Human Resources
This is a reminder that all performance reviews must be completed and acknowledged by this Friday, July 18, 2014.
Supervisors should log into Parnassus and be sure that all employees who report to them have acknowledged their performance reviews. Reviews are not considered complete if they have not been acknowledged.
To acknowledge the performance review, an employee must log into Parnassus and select the notification from his/her “worklist” (not IC Employee Self-Service). Opening the notification will allow the employee to view and acknowledge the performance review.
If you have any questions, please call Eileen Jacobs at 274-3847 or Human Resources at 274-8000.
Contributed by Curtis Payne on 07/15/2014
As a reminder, all vehicles parked on campus must be registered with the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management, located on Farm Pond Rd. The cost of an upperclassman parking permit for the 2014-15 academic year is $128, Fall semester permits are also available for $64, first year permits are $500. You may order your permit online today by going to www.ithaca.edu/safety/parking or in-person at Parking Services. If you have any questions, please contact us by calling (607)274-3756 or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contributed by Katie Sack on 07/14/2014
How do you unleash your creative side? Hiking with friends or family while seeking out “secret” items as part of the IC A Healthy Me Hike for Happiness Summer Challenge Series may be the best place to shake up your thinking patterns, expand your adventurous side and laugh a little! The outdoors is the perfect conducive environment for unleashing those traits you’ve been told to keep quiet.
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Contributed by Carol Hansen on 07/14/2014
This summer the Resource and Environmental Management Program (REMP) will be piloting a new faculty-office composting program. We are looking for faculty who are working on campus this summer to participate in this pilot before composting is offered across campus beginning this fall.
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Contributed by Irene Scott on 07/11/2014
Fall 2014 Technology Renewal questionnaire notifications have been sent to all guardians and area coordinators, and should be completed by 5pm on Friday, July 18th, 2014.
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The purpose of this communication is to call attention to various modifications of the Ithaca College Parking Policies. In the interest of affordability and efficiency, the Parking Services team, in collaboration with the College’s formal Parking Policy Committee, conducted research and benchmarking in order to assess the current policies and identify potential areas for improvement. This communication highlights those modifications which were approved for implementation beginning with the 2014 – 2015 academic year.
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Contributed by Karen Sunderland on 07/10/2014
ITS has been working with Microsoft to determine why the scheduling permissions for all Outlook Calendar resources have been lost/re-set. So far, Microsoft has not been able to determine the cause of the problem and has suggested that the most expeditious and reliable resolution is to have resource owners manually reset the scheduling permissions for their resource(s).
ITS has sent a direct email to all resource owners with instructions on how to re-set the scheduling permissions.
Please join us during the fall of 2014 for a series of events celebrating the 50th anniversary of the School of Humanities and Sciences' lecture series inspired by Charles Percy Snow, events that highlight what it means to engage in an integrative liberal arts education.
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Contributed by Jill Ackerman on 07/10/2014
Matt Price and Bodhi Rogers have paper accepted for publication in the Journal of College Science Teaching titled "Teaching Nature of Science through Scientific Models: The Geocentric vs. Heliocentric Cosmology"
The Office of Facilities Purchasing Department is conducting a surplus sale of a small quantity of refrigerators and electric ranges on:
Monday, July 21, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. ONLY
at the Ithaca College Athletics & Events Center
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Contributed by Michelle Hammond on 07/09/2014
As you may be aware, we recently went live with the implementation of Taleo, our new online employment system. As was mentioned in the May 2014 HR “Mini-Connect” newsletter, this system will be managing much of IC’s first day onboarding processes and paperwork; therefore, we are redesigning the first day new hire session for incoming employees. Effective June 30, 2014, new hire sessions will be held every other Monday, coinciding with the beginning of the bi-weekly pay periods. The next new hire session will be held July 14. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Human Resources at 274-8000.
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Contributed by Karen Sunderland on 07/09/2014
ITS has received several inquiries regarding our recent announcement of the college’s plan to enter into an Adobe Enterprise License Agreement. This message is to clarify the applications that will be offered under the agreement.
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Contributed by Shaianne Osterreich on 07/09/2014
Contributed by Matt Morgan on 07/08/2014
Skott Freedman, Assistant Professor in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, recently had a study published in Perspectives on Issues in Higher Education.
The study, titled "Knowledge of autism spectrum disorder among college students in healthcare disciplines," appears in the current issue of the journal (2014, Volume 17, Number 1, p. 17-26).
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Contributed by Kyle Szuta on 07/08/2014
The ability to reserve a meeting room or other "resources" in Outlook Calendar is not working.
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Contributed by Katie Sack on 07/08/2014
Register today for the IC A Healthy Me 30 Day Summer Salad Summon. It’s a great way to get creative, increase energy, keep your waistline healthy, meet the recommended intake of vegetables (or fruits!), and stabilize your blood sugar levels. You can register at the bottoms of the IC A Healthy Me website. Registration is open until July 17th.
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Contributed by Irene Scott on 07/08/2014
Fall 14 Technology Renewal questionnaire notices have been sent to all guardians and area coordinators, and should be completed by 5pm on Friday, July 18th, 2014.
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Contributed by Katie Sack on 07/08/2014
The Ithaca College Mind, Body, Me (MBM) wellness program focuses on you: the employee, and works to help you identify and move towards your personal health and wellness goals. Our wellness program is open for all benefits-eligible faculty and staff to join and includes a variety of wellness features. One great feature of our program includes FREE Health Coaching!
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Contributed by Jonathan Ablard on 07/08/2014
Pearl Ponce, Associate Professor in the Department of History, is pleased to announce that her book on Bleeding Kansas has been released. Entitled To Govern the Devil in Hell: The Political Crisis in Territorial Kansas, it investigates the turmoil Kansas Territory experienced in the 1850s through the prism of governance. At issue in Kansas was whether the territory would join the Union as a slave or free state. The stakes were so high for the country that what began as a typical election scandal in 1854 escalated until this small territory had two competing governments and constitutions and a populace so driven by their ideological differences that they turned to violence in 1856 to try and settle them.
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