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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.

The maintenance will not impact general telephone use, and the campus Emergency Notification System will continue to function during the voice mail maintenance. Any callers who would reach the voice mail system during this period will receive a recording stating maintenance is ongoing and to call back after 7:00 PM.

During the voice mail outage, if you need to report a technology-related emergency affecting a substantial number of computer or telephone system users, please call our emergency paging number at 607-216-8599 and listen for further instructions. Note that the emergency paging number is not for reporting individual computer  problems.

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It is with a great deal of bitter sweet feelings that the School of Business announces the departure of our longest serving colleague in the Department of Finance and International Business, Associate Professor Joseph Cheng.

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The Office of Digital Instruction and Information Services (DIIS) is excited to invite current Ithaca College employees who meet the required qualifications to apply for the position of Solutions Architect.

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Somewhere in the whirlwind of project deadlines, meetings, and daily emails, we are all just trying our best to keep up!

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  We will be upgrading the digital asset manager tomorrow at 11:30. This could take anywhere from 1 to 3 hours. Please download any images that you may need before the upgrade if possible and don't hesitate to contact me at jfisher@ithaca.edu with any problems you are having. 

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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Dr. Utterson, Assistant Professor of Screen Studies, recently presented at the annual Film-Philosophy conference, focused on the intersections of film studies and philosophy.

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Patricia R. Zimmermann, professor of screen studies and codirector of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, delivered a series of invited lectures and workshops in Ukraine from May 17-May 27, 2016. Her lectures and workshops were sponsored by the US State Department’s American Film Showcase Program, where Zimmermann serves as an appointed Film and New Media Envoy. 

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All 13 members of the Athletic Training Class of 2016 extended the program's history of excellence by passing the national Board of Certification examination on the first attempt this spring, brining the streak 1st time pass success rate to 6 consecutive years, and 96 students in a row.

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Fall 2016 Technology Renewal questionnaires have been sent to all individuals and area coordinators.

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Friday July 15th at 12 noon in CHS 304, Matt Tenan, PhD and IC alum (B.S. in Athletic Training/Exercise Science, 2007) will be on campus giving a presentation on Noise Simulation to Improve Soldier Shooting Performance

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Our new students will arrive on Sunday, August 21, 2016.

 

Faculty and staff who volunteer will attend a training session at 11 am on Thursday, August 18, 2016 (directly following the all-college meeting).

 

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Our new students will arrive on Sunday, August 21, 2016.

 

Faculty and staff who volunteer will attend a training session at 11 am on Thursday, August 18, 2016 (directly following the all-college meeting).

 

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Campus Abandoned Bicycle Sweep to Begin on July 6th

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Happy Summer, everyone! We have a few new offers available to you! 

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Check out this month's Employee Benefits & Work/Life Brief

Posted on behalf of Benjamin Rifkin and Roger Richardson

History and Background of the Program

The Ithaca College Dissertation Diversity Fellowship Program was initially created in 2010 in the School of Humanities and Sciences to increase the racial diversity of Ithaca College faculty and, in so doing, bring fresh perspectives to the college’s curriculum and the learning experiences offered to students.

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Where does our time go? Somewhere in the middle of our overlapping project deadlines, meetings, and daily emails, we are all just trying to do good work, but it’s hard to keep up. We do our best to stay organized with productivity apps and calendars and “lifehacks” but in the end we are humans and easily distracted by funny videos of cats — how can we be expected to actually get stuff done each day?

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Campus Abandoned Bicycle Sweep to Begin on July 6th

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Departments using window envelopes should design inserts and address element placement to ensure successful processing of window envelopes on automated equipment.  One critical element that must be considered in the design stage is adequate clear space (blank space) between the address block and all four edges of the window.  The mailpiece should be designed so that when it is inserted into the window envelope the address block will appear in the window no matter how it is shifted or moved within the envelope.

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