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We are back for another semester, so it is time to recognize amazing people and programs on campus again!  Have any semester-opening programs been amazing, or did any amazing things happen during RA or work training?  If so, please nominate the program or person for an NRHH OTM Award.


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IC's Seabird Conservation Course runs May 16th - July 1st, 2011.

This summer, join biologists and environmental educators at National Audubon's Seabird Restoration Program for an action-packed course in seabird biology and conservation while living in some of the most beautiful locations on the east coast.

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Physics Department Spring Seminar Series

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

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What: Colleges Against Cancer is hosting the spring semester Relay For Life Kick-Off Event!

When: TONIGHT - Monday, January 31, 2011 from 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Where: The Pub/IC Square

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Buddy Tripp, Senior Lead Interpreter and Museum Teacher, Plimoth Plantation, will speak on how and why we interpret and reinvent the past for a public audience.

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Join us this Wednesday, February 2nd, for the Spring 2011 Kick-Off:

Launch Your Semester With Focus, Optimism, and Joy

with Vatsav Raman, from Cornell University's Art of Living club. Topics will include:

  • The real causes of worry and stress vs. what your mind creates.
  • Tools for achieving a positive emotional state.
  • How to maintain balance amidst life's challenges.

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Got Courage? Show It! 

Contributed by Jessie Kanowitz on 01/30/2011 

Come and support Ithaca College's first DANCE FOR COURAGE 12 hour dance marathon to raise money for Camp Good Days and Special Times which sends kids with cancer to camp! 

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The Philosophy Club will meet on Tuesday 2/1 at 7 pm in Park 228.  All are welcome to come and join the conversation.

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Interested faculty, staff and students should come to Gannett 110 Thurs. Feb 17th 12:15-1pm.

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Go abroad this summer!

Contributed by Rachel Gould on 01/30/2011 

Are you looking to do something exciting this summer? Consider one of Ithaca College's summer study abroad programs! During summer 2011, we will be running a wide variety of programs across the globe. There will be two information sessions about these programs on Tuesday, February 1, from 12:10-1:00 in Textor 103, and again on Wednesday, February 9, from 7:00-8:00 in Textor 103.

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Are you interested in studying abroad? Come to one of our info sessions! The Summer Study Abroad sessions will give you a look at all of your options for an international experience over the summer.  The Options for Study Abroad at IC sessions give an overview of all of the study abroad options available to you as an IC student. The London Center sessions will give you a detailed glimpse of what a semester abroad in London is like. Come learn more about your study abroad options!

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The Intergenerational Choir will have their first rehearsal of the Spring Semester this Tuesday, February 1st!  The choir is a very rare group consisting of both college students of all majors as well as residents of the Longview Community.

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Start the year off right with the proper tools to achieve a positive state of mind.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Noon - 12:50 PM

Taughannock Falls Room, 3rd Floor of Campus Center

Experience the Joy of Living in 2012

Presented by Vatsav Raman, Art of Living Club, Cornell University

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The 2011 The Rod Serling Conference Committee would like to invite members of the IC Community to submit paper and presentation proposals for this year's conference, scheduled for Friday, September 9 and Saturday, September 10, 2011.

This interdisciplinary academic conference is dedicated to the lasting works of Rod Serling, who taught at Ithaca College from 1967 through 1975. Ithaca College is also home to the Rod Serling Archives.

This will be the fourth conference dedicated to the celebration and study of the work of Rod Serling.

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Documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles will publicly screen and discuss some of his most acclaimed works during a three-day visit to Ithaca College, February 6-8. Maysles, along with his late brother David, is recognized as a pioneer of “direct cinema,” earning a distinguished reputation for making non-fiction feature films — films in which the drama of human life unfolds as is, without scripts, sets or narration.

“His list of accomplishments is endless, including portraits of the greatest artists, musicians, writers, actors and politicians of our time as well as the lives of ordinary people, the poor, the terminally ill, the abandoned,” said Arturo Sinclair, assistant professor of television-radio. “All have made him an extraordinary witness to our complex times.”

All of the following are open to the public, and all but the Cinemapolis screening are free:

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Applications are available tomorrow!

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Applications are available tomorrow!

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Seniors: Are You The Next Mr. and Miss Ithaca?

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In honor of the upcoming Valentine's Day, let's talk about hooking up, aka NSA sex, friends-with-benefits, or casual sex. Is it good for you? Is it good for the people you hook up with? What, in fact, is it good for, and does everyone have equal opportunities to hook up?

Join us in the Handwerker Gallery at 4.00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 1, for “Hooking Up:  What is It Good For?”  Rebecca Plante, associate professor of sociology, will lead the discussion.

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Are you a School of Music student looking for a place to perform solo, in a duet or with a group?  

The Handwerker Gallery would like to present a student performance evening on April 21 at 6:00 pm as part of the Thursdays the Handwerker series.  Please email Erika Fowler-Decatur at with your proposal by Tuesday, February 1.

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