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Dr. Richard Faria, Professor in the Department of Music Performance was invited to give a presentation at the NACWPI (National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors) Conference in St. Louis, MO.
Contributed by Richard Faria on 11/02/2014
Dr. Richard Faria, Professor in the Department of Music Performance was invited to give a presentation at the NACWPI (National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors) Conference (October 30, November 1, 2014) in St. Louis, MO. The presentation was entitled “Bernoulli and Venturi: The physics and pedagogy of teaching voicing on the clarinet”.
Timothy Nord (Associate Professor of Music Technology) gives a presentation at the National CMS/ATMI Conference in St. Louis, MO.
Contributed by Timothy Nord on 11/01/2014
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Contributed by Julie Tinkham on 11/01/2014
We are pleased to announce flu shots will be available at this year's Annual Employee Benefits & Work/Life Fair. The Fair is on Tuesday, November, 4, 2014 from 10am to 3pm in Emerson Suites. Benefit Eligible Faculty, Staff & Retirees Only please. College ID required to attend.
Contributed by Ari Kissiloff on 11/01/2014
On September 2, Cyndy Scheibe gave a presentation to the staff and editors of The Ithacan. She presented on Media Literacy with an emphasis on equality in the newsroom. Scheibe has worked closely with The Ithacan for years in a role on the Advisory Board for Ithaca College Publications.
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Contributed by Naeem Inayatullah on 10/31/2014
Chip Gagnon, Assoc. Prof of Politics, gave an invited talk at the Center for Southeast European Studies at the University of Graz, Austria, on October 27. The talk, focusing on his current research project, was entitled "Missionaries for Democracy: What can religious missionary work tell us about liberal political systems?"
Contributed by Christine Haase on 10/31/2014
Please visit the Intercom story dated 10/24/2014 for all the pertinent information. The discussion topic is “Stay on Track for the Holidays”. Now is the perfect time to set the foundation for getting through the holidays...and beyond!
It just so happens that for the very first time, the WW@W Open House falls on the same day as the Employee Benefits & Work/Life Fair in Emerson Suites from 10:00am – 3:00pm. We will have a table there—stop by and say hello!
Please scroll down to the comments to read a couple personal stories shared by currently active members. Very inspiring.
Contributed by Evan Edwards on 10/31/2014
Children ages 0-5 years are needed to help undergraduate Occupational Therapy students in the Human Development class learn how young children play.
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Sociology Students Inducted into the Ithaca College Chapter of Alpha Kappa Delta International Honor Society
Contributed by Sharon Loucks on 10/31/2014
Congratulations to the following students who were inducted on October 22, 2014 into Ithaca College's Beta Zeta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Delta International Sociology Honor Society:
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Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 10/30/2014
Assistant Professor Candidate in Ecology
“Mechanisms of adaptation and their consequences for ecological communities”
Part of the Department's Seminar Series.
Everyone is welcome to attend!
Meet for beverages & goodies at 3:45
View other IC Events here.
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Contributed by Luke Keller on 10/30/2014
THATCamp Humanities+Science 2014 (humsci2014.thatcamp.org) is an open, informal, inexpensive meeting (FREE for IC community!) where students, staff, and faculty interested in any area in the humanities and sciences will learn and build together in collaborative, informal workshops and short sessions.
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What’s Science Got to Do With It? Professor Ronald Herring of Cornell’s Goverment Department will discuss sustainable agriculture and the environment in SE Asia at next ENVS seminar
Contributed by Carol Hansen on 10/30/2014
Ronald Herring is Professor of Government at Cornell and a Fellow of the Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future. He has worked mostly in and on rural South Asia, addressing topics that include property, development and agrarian politics…which led naturally to the study of the volatile politics of genetically engineered crops. From an international conference at Cornell, Herring edited a special issue of Journal of Development Studies on connections between transgenic crops and poverty. His current work in editing the Oxford Handbook of Food, Politics and Society continues to follow his interests in food politics.
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Contributed by Tiffani Ziemann on 10/30/2014
Interested in signing a pledge to end sexual violence on campus?
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Contributed by Irene Scott on 10/30/2014
Spring 15 Technology Renewal questionnaire notices have been sent to all guardians and area coordinators, and should be completed by 5pm on Sunday, November 16.
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Deborah Rifkin (Associate Professor of Music Theory) published an article about cultivating creativity in the classroom.
Contributed by Deborah Rifkin on 10/30/2014
Deborah Rifkin (Associate Professor of Music Theory) published, "Cultivating Creativity in the Music Theory Classroom: Telling Tales with Timbre and Texture," in Engaging Students: Essays in Music Pedagogy, vol. 2.
The article can be found here: www.flipcamp.org/engagingstudents2/essays/rifkin.html
Contributed by Wade Pickren on 10/30/2014
Contributed by Terrie Miller on 10/30/2014
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
2:30 pm Clark Lounge, Ithaca College Campus Center
Sponsored by the Ithaca College Department of History
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Contributed by Ari Kissiloff on 10/29/2014
On Thursday November 6th from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM EST, Chris Sperry, Project Look Sharp’s Director of Curriculum and Staff Development will be conducting a free webinar event about the Middle East through Media Literacy.
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Contributed by Doreen Hettich-Atkins on 10/29/2014
The theme for the 2015 MLK Day is "Whose Dream Is It Anyway?"
MLK Day 2015 will be held on Monday, January 19.
Workshops are sought to fill two educational workshop sessions held from 10 - 11:30 am and again from 2 - 3:30 pm.
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Contributed by Lew Durland on 10/29/2014
Come to EcoFest 2014 and learn to live sustainably on campus, at home, in your apartment, and on the road! EcoFest 2014 is next Friday, November 7, in Emerson Suites.
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