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Contributed by Marilyn Dispensa on 11/18/2013
ITS has released the final report based on results of the 2013 Faculty Survey on Instructional Technology. The purpose of the survey is to assess the current use, needs, perceptions and future aspirations of instructional technologies in order to help ITS and others on campus best align services and support.
Below is a sample of what you'll find in the report:
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Contributed by Keri Watson on 11/18/2013
Students enrolled in ARTH 111: Episodes in Art History will be re-enacting the Exposition Universelle de Paris of 1889 on Tuesday, November 19, from 10:50 a.m. to 12:05 p.m. and again from 1:10 p.m. to 2:25 p.m. in Handwerker Gallery.
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Contributed by Kenesha Chatman on 11/18/2013
Naeem Inayatullah (Politics) participated in two events at Vassar College . He presented “The Pedagogical Origins of Autobiographical International Relations” on a panel titled “Fiction in Global Politics, Global Politics as Fiction.” And, he participated in a faculty workshop, “The Narrative Turn in Politics,” November 14-15, 2013.
Contributed by Kim Dunnick on 11/18/2013
Jeffery Meyer, Director of Orchestras at Ithaca College, will conduct the St. Petersburg Chamber Philharmonic at the 25th International New Music Festival “Sound Ways” led by Russian composer and faculty member at the Rimsky-Korsakov State Conservatory Alexander Radvilovich. The program will include two world premieres by Russian composer Anatoly Koroliov and the young, emerging American composer Daniel Temkin. American pianist James Giles will return to the stage of Gilnka Hall to perform the world premiere of the final version of American composer Timothy Dunne’s Piano Concerto written for Giles and the St. Petersburg Chamber Philharmonic. The rest of the program is focused around two titans of the 20th century: Lutoslawski and Berio.
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On Thursday, November 21st, at 6 p.m. in the Handwerker Gallery, On the Verge will present a reading of The Real Thing, by the contemporary British playwright Tom Stoppard.
Contributed by Claire Gleitman on 11/18/2013
The On the Verge playreading series presents a reading of Tom Stoppard's "dazzling dissection of adultery, the theatre, radical politics and other so-called real things" (Linda Winer, Newsday). The reading was directed by Claire Gleitman, a faculty member in the English department, and the cast will include faculty members from both Theatre and English (Kathleen Mulligan and Chris Holmes), students from the departments of Theatre and English (Taylor Misiak, Jordan Schultz, Katy Newton, and Caleb Cushing), and a local professional actor (Jesse Bush).
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Contributed by Rachel O'Campo on 11/18/2013
Are you on a meal plan and want to give your dinner a boost? For $4 extra you can add a juicy steak to your plate! On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week (11/19-11/21), Dining Services will feature Stone Steakhouse Station in Campus Center Dining Hall! Simply swipe your ID card and pay $4 at the register. No meal plan, no problem! Just add $4 to the cost of your dinner.
Payment types accepted are: Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Bonus Bucks, and ID Express.
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In a new meeting window, click on the button labeled "Scheduling Assistant." As you add attendees to your meeting, the scheduling assistant will display your attendees' respective calendars, showing you their free/busy time. Using this calendar view allows you to quickly find a meeting time that fits into everyone's schedule.
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Contributed by Enrique Gonzalez-Conty on 11/17/2013
The Latin American Studies Program at Ithaca College will host a talk by our Pre-Doctoral Diversity Fellow in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures.
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Contributed by Jenny Stockdale on 11/17/2013
Take advantage of the more than 350 concerts offered each year by the School of Music. A full listing of all concerts and events is available at ithaca.edu/concerts; this week's are listed below.
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¿Te gusta trabajar con niños?
¡Únete al proyecto de Spanish Service Learning!
As part of a one-credit class, Spanish 301, we work with local elementary school teachers to bring Spanish to elementary school children.
Enrollment is by instructor permission only.
Favor de comunicarse con Annette Levine: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is disability? If you're not too sure, come to our presentation to find out! "What is Disability?" presentation will be held in Textor 102 during the lunch hour (12:10-1:00) on Thursday, November 21st. All are welcome to attend! You can receive SLI credit as well.
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Contributed by Michele Lenhart on 11/16/2013
Please help us identify responsible and enthusiastic students who may need a push to recognize their leadership potential!
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Jennifer Jolly, Art History and Latin American Studies, to present at Cornell University's Latin American Studies Program
Contributed by Jonathan Ablard on 11/15/2013
Dr. Jolly will present "Creating Lo Tipico Patczcuaro in 1930s Mexico" to the Cornell University Latin American Studies Program. Her talk is co-sponsored by the Ithaca College Latin American Studies program. The talk will be held in Uris 202 at 12:15 on the Cornell campus.
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Contributed by Wade Pickren on 11/15/2013
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
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Contributed by Carol Hansen on 11/15/2013
The Environmental Studies and Sciences Department is offering for a third year the awesome Winter Sentinels course…you shouldn't miss it if you want to make Ithaca in winter a pleasure rather than something to be endured!
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Students: Want to be a “world-changer” in Sustainability Design? ENVS is offering an exciting new course for Spring 2014 on creative problem solving and design-thinking for sustainability!
Contributed by Carol Hansen on 11/15/2013
Xanthe Matychak, an Ithaca-based sustainability consultant, will be teaching Designing Games for Sustainability (ENVS 20203) on Mondays from 1 to 5 pm. She will work with you to design and manufacture board games and card games that address sustainability problems. Throughout this design process you’ll experiment with effective methods for creativity, field research, prototyping, leadership, and game mechanics.
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Contributed by Rachel O'Campo on 11/15/2013
Terrace Dining Hall will open for breakfast tomorrow at 10:00 AM. There will be continuous service until 8:00 PM.
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