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The J.J. Whalen Staff Scholar Award Committee is currently accepting scholarship applications for the spring 2017 semester; the deadline for applying is Friday, February 17, 2017

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Submitted on behalf of the Sustainability Coordinator Search Committee

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Want to study abroad or study away? Not sure how it all works? Don't know what your options are?  We can help you figure it out.  Come to one of our upcoming info sessions and get the information you need to make it happen!

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Submitted on behalf of the Inclusion, Cultural Fluency, and Global Citizenship Committee.

As we continue to address the challenges of inclusion, cultural fluency, and global citizenship and what they will mean for Ithaca College, we invite you to save the date - Monday, February 27th from 3pm to 6pm in the Klingenstein Lounge - and to participate in conversations that matter.

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As we start the spring 2017 semester I wanted to provide you with some updates from Digital Instruction and Information Services (DIIS).

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From Senior Vice President Nancy Pringle, Provost Linda Petrosino, and Professor Gwen Seaquist, representatives of the Ithaca College bargaining committee.

We wanted to provide members of the Ithaca College community with a brief update on the status of contract negotiations between the college and the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) representing part-time, per-course faculty.

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Jeff Cohen be joining a post-screening Q&A with filmmaker Jen Senko, who directed this documentary on the rise and impact of rightwing media.  The film dissects the misinformation spewed for decades by Fox News and conservative talk radio that has given rise to more than a few Trump voters.  Cohen is interviewed in the movie, along with other media critics, plus a couple dozen individuals representing the millions of families and extended families that have been split up after a family member became a devotee of conservative media.    

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Open letter to the Ithaca College Community

We, the undersigned continuing full-time faculty in the Department of Sociology, are writing in support of our part-time and contingent co-workers in their present union negotiations with our college. We view these negotiations as necessary steps toward improved wages and a more welcoming working climate. Above all else we see this as an issue of equity. It is in everyone's interest that the wide disparity between their wages and ours change. 

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Professor Arhlene Flowers’ article, “5 Ways  to Customize Your Newsroom for Global Audiences,” was published January 20, 2017, on Ragan’s PR Daily. See to read the entire article.

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Students interested in careers in law, politics, social justice, and other fields are invited to attend a panel on Friday, January 27 from 1-2 p.m. in Klingenstein Lounge titled “Is Law of Grad School Right for You? Admissions, Scholarships, and Careers.” All members of the Ithaca College community are welcome to attend. 

The panel features Keith Watters ’76, former Ithaca College Trustee and founder of Keith Watters & Associates; Kevin Judd, current president of the National Bar Association (NBA), the oldest and largest national voluntary legal association with a network of over 66,000 predominantly black lawyers, judges, educators and law students; and Isabelle Ramos, the Associate Director of Admissions at Cornell University Law School. 

The panelists will focus on:

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The 6th Annual "Wheels for Women" cabaret, featuring members of the senior class in the Department of Theatre Arts, will be performed on Sunday, January 29 at 7pm in the Clark Theatre, Dillingham Center.

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Open Letter to the Ithaca College Community:

 We, the undersigned continuing full-time faculty in the Department of Writing, are writing to voice our support for our part-time and contingent colleagues in Writing and across campus in their collective union efforts to forge a mutually beneficial contract with Ithaca College. If we are to realize fully IC’s vision of a “student-centered learning community,” we must ensure that all instructors are compensated equitably, for there is no question that teachers’ working conditions are students’ learning conditions.

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The Fitness Center's spring group exercise schedule is now available on our website.  Classes will begin on Monday1/30/17 and are free for all students, faculty, and staff unless otherwise noted.  With the exception of Inner Strength and faculty/staff only classes, sign-ups are available at the Fitness Center front desk 30 minutes before the scheduled start time for each class.  Please e-mail with any questions.


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With a winter storm forecast to impact the region over the next 24 hours, we wanted to let the campus community know that college officials are closely monitoring the situation and will be consulting with local law enforcement agencies and other local employers, as needed.

As noted in the Ithaca College Policy Manual, weather conditions, no matter how extreme, normally will not close the college when classes are in session. Any announcement of a change in the college’s operating status will be made via the Emergency Notification System (ENS), posted on the college’s website and on the Emergency Hotline (274-1495), and distributed to local media outlets.

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Congratulations to HSHP's Jenna Heffron who co-authored a recently published book chapter. The chapter is called "Self-determination and self-management" and it is in the book "Measuring occupational performance: Supporting best practice in occupational therapy (3rd ed.)"  

The full citation is below:
Hammel, J., Lee, D., Heffron, J., & Meskin, K. (2017).  Self-determination and self-management.  In M. Law, C. Baum, & W. Dunn (Eds.), Measuring occupational performance: Supporting best practice in occupational therapy (3rd ed.).  Thorofare, NJ: SLACK Inc.


Faculty and staff, you are invited to join your colleagues and join the conversation at the next Dollars and $ense meeting, which is scheduled on Tuesday, January 24, at 9:00 a.m., in Emerson Suite A

This month we will get an update from our colleagues in Enrollment Management. Also presenting will be Sally Dietz, director of the budget office.  She will close the meeting by providing an overview of what falls under the professional services and general institution budget natural classifications.

We hope you will join us.

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The Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management is excited to announce the opening of its Campus Center Satellite Office on Monday, January 23.  This office will serve as an important hub for community engagement, guest services, and safety and security support for our campus members.  The entire Ithaca College community is invited to participate in our Grand Opening festivities on Monday!

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Black History Month

Contributed by RahK Lash on 01/22/2017 

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 Ithaca College is proud to honor the history of Black, African American, and Pan-African people. Through a collection of culturally rich programs and educational events sponsored by the Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs, we aim to highlight heroes and empower our campus community to reflect on the past while creating dialogue and action for the present day and future.


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Contributed by RahK Lash on 01/22/2017 

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The start of each semester is a busy time for many departments and clubs that want to reserve classrooms or other academic spaces for various non-academic activities. There can be some confusion concerning the process for reserving classrooms for these activities leading up to and during the add/drop period each semester. In order to make the process smoother for this upcoming semester, as well as future semesters, here are guidelines for reserving classrooms during the add/drop period.

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