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Contributed by Randi Millman-Brown on 09/02/2014
Old technology meets new - a selection of slide projectors from the late 1800s through the 2000s. There is also now a running slide show of a selection of 80 35mm slides of art and architecture from our "vintage" slide collection.
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Student Talking Circles on Race and Racism for Fall 2014: Presented by the Diversity Awareness Committee
Contributed by Michelle Rios-Dominguez on 09/02/2014
Have you ever had a question about race but were unsure about how to ask? How is racism recognized? How do you experience racism? How do you think racism has affected your life and the lives of others? How do you cope with the effects? Who do you believe needs to assume responsibility for eliminating racism?
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Join James Eavenson for a discussion and demonstration of healthy management of back pain this Thurs. Sept. 4th from 12:00-1:00 pm in the Human Resources Conference Room (PRWC GL52).
The best prevention for back pain is movement. Build a strong, healthy and flexible back through Iyengar yoga exercise and guided relaxation.
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Contributed by Rachel O'Campo on 09/01/2014
LABOR DAY DINING HOURS OF OPERATION
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST, 2014
All other locations are closed.
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Your Top 10 Tips for Better Sleep. Read this article and more in the September Issue of our Student Health 101 e-wellness magazine!
Contributed by Nancy Reynolds on 08/31/2014
Classroom Reservation Process During the Add/Drop Period - Notice from the Registrar and Campus Center & Events Services
Contributed by Liz Kranz on 08/31/2014
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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Contributed by Tanisha Graves on 08/29/2014
The Ithaca College Flu Vaccine "Point of Dispensing" (POD) event for all faculty and staff scheduled to take place on September 11, 2014 has been postponed due to vaccine availability. The new date for the POD exercise will be Thursday, October 30, 2014. This exercise is important to help prepare the College to respond to any event threatening the public health and safety of its faculty, staff and students.
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Sociology faculty Bhavani Arabandi, Stephen Sweet and Alicia Swords publish article on strategy to teach about global inequality
Contributed by Sharon Loucks on 08/29/2014
Sociology faculty Bhavani Arabandi (assistant professor), Stephen Sweet (associate professor) and Alicia Swords (associate professor) published “Testing the Flat World Thesis: Using a Public Dataset to Engage Students in the Global Inequality Debate”.
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Contributed by Mara Alper on 08/29/2014
Mara Alper’s documentary art Sacred Waters of Bali screened at the Westbeth Gallery in New York City from May – June. It was exhibited in the “Time Frames Marking Time” multi-media exhibition that featured 19 artists who engage time as a palpable presence. The show was curated by Elisa Decker and Barbara Lubliner. The video can be viewed on Mara’s Vimeo channel at http://vimeo.com/channels/maraalper/89910746 It is part of a longer work in progress about water in Balinese rituals and in their complex irrigation system.
Because of her work in Bali, Mara was invited to give a talk on “Exploring Culture Through Filmmaking” in June at the Cornell seminar “Global Competency and the Arts” presented by the Einuadi Center for International Studies.
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Heather Dichter co-edits Diplomatic Games: Sport, Statecraft, and International Relations since 1945
Contributed by Matt Morgan on 08/28/2014
Heather Dichter, assistant professor in the Department of Sport Media and Management, co-edited the recently published book Diplomatic Games: Sport, Statecraft, and International Relations since 1945.
The book explores the role sports has played in driving political and cultural change in the world over the past seven decades, examining landmark events including the United States' boycott of the 1980 Olympics in the Soviet Union and the end of apartheid in South Africa.
For more information or to buy this book, click here.
As shared by President Rochon at the recent All College meeting, Vice President for Finance and Administration Gerald Hector invites faculty and staff to attend the “Dollars and $ense" discussion series this fall. Once a month during the fall semester, VP Hector will provide updates on a variety of topics that impact the finances and administration of the College.
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Contributed by Chrystyna Dail on 08/28/2014
Four Ithaca College faculty members presented at the ATHE conference in July.
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Melinda Cozzolino and Carole Dennis present at International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists in Yokohama, Japan
Contributed by Evan Edwards on 08/28/2014
Melinda Cozzolino and Carole Dennis attended the 16th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists in Yokohama, Japan, June 18-21, 2014.
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The Office of Judicial Affairs is currently seeking Staff and Faculty Justices for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Contributed by Colleen Barnes on 08/28/2014
The position calls for members of the Ithaca College Staff and Faculty to serve as justices for Ithaca College Conduct Review Board and Conduct Appeal Board hearings.
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Contributed by Karen Sunderland on 08/28/2014
On Friday, September 5th ITS will be performing network maintenance which involves doubling our Internet bandwidth from 500 MB to 1 GB. The work will begin at 5:00 PM, and we expect at least one brief (< 1 minute) interruption to network connectivity. The maintenance window is scheduled for 1 hour, and there may be other brief interruptions of service during that time.
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