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Circle Apartment Applications

Contributed by Linda Koenig on 02/03/2009 

The Office of Residential Life would like to remind students that Circle Apartment Applications are due to the Office of Residential Life no later than February 11, 2009 by 5pm! Late Applications will not be accepted. Please visit www.ithaca.edu/reslife for more information regarding housing selection.

Are you interested in studying abroad on an IES program? IES (The Institute for the International Education of Students) is one of Ithaca College's affiliated study abroad providers, and a representative of IES will be on campus on Tuesday, February 10 to meet with students and provide further information about the IES study abroad options. A free pizza lunch will be provided!

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Are you thinking "it can't happen to me"? Actually, it happens more than you think - right here at Ithaca College!

If you are using an IC owned/rented/leased vehicle or a rental car (Enterprise, etc.) to be used for IC business you need to know what to do if you are involved in an accident - be it your fault or "the other guy".

If someone drives a College or rental vehicle for College business and is not designated as an approved driver by the Office of Risk Management, and/or does not follow the accident procedures, his/her campus department may be responsible for the full expense for damage, loss, etc. If this occurs, the Office of Risk Management will assess the accident details to determine if procedures have or have not been followed.

If a College driver causes damage to, and is found to be at fault, an Ithaca College vehicle(s) or non-owned College vehicle two different times within a two-year period, their College driving privileges will be assessed by the Office of Risk Management.

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Have fun practicing your Spanish with other students.

All levels are welcome!

Every Thursday from 4-5pm in the Language Center (second floor of the library).

¡Diviértense!

If you know of any students planning to do service projects during spring break, Keith Davis in media relations would like to hear from you.

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Data about Ithaca College students' health attitudes and behaviors can be used to create teaching exercises or modules. Two $300 stipends will be awarded during the Spring semester for implementation in the Spring or Fall 2009. The deadline for one page proposals is Friday, February 13th.

The Health Promotion & Substance Abuse Prevention Program collects data annually regarding health behaviors of Ithaca College students. These data are offered to faculty members via the Health Data in the Classroom Project in collaboration with the Center for Faculty Excellence.

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As of February 3, 2009, the ID Access Card Readers for the residence halls, Garden Apartments, and Circle Apartment Community Building will be active.

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The National Conferences on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) 2009 Review Committee recently announced the acceptance of ten papers authored by Park School students for presentation at its annual conference to be held April 16-18, 2009, at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.

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Kathleen Mulligan (Assistant Professor-Theatre Arts) will be appearing as a guest artist in the regional premiere of "The History Boys" by Alan Bennett at Cornell's Schwartz Center. The play will be performed February 11-21. For performance times and ticket information go to http://www.arts.cornell.edu/theatrearts/CTA/EventsCalendar/February.asp

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The first Handwerker Gallery reading of the semester is coming up this Thursday, 2/5, at 6:30 PM. The reading will feature the Department of Writing's Nick Kowalczyk, assistant professor, and junior Rose Zonetti. The theme for the evening will be "Contradictions."

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“Every winter, blood supplies run dangerously low…”, 
 Now imagine if you, or your loved one needed blood 

and there wasn’t enough.

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The 13th annual James J. Whalen Academic Symposium will be held on Thursday, April 16, 2009. This year’s Symposium will be the opening of a two day event for the inauguration of President Tom Rochon.

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The Office of Residential Life will be taking applications for 2009-2010 housing in all of its Residential Learning Communities (RLCs) until midnight on Thursday, February 5th.

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Need an extra credit?

Contributed by Theresa Stavrus on 02/02/2009 

RLS-39900 Special Topics in Recreation NLA

Want to learn about how drama can be utilized as a treatment intervention or as a means for personal exploration and recreation? If so, please mark your calendars for this exciting workshop taught by Jari Aho, lecturer and coordinator of the therapeutic recreation and international programs at HAMK University of Applied Sciences in Hameenlinna, Finland, scheduled for April 3-5, 2009.

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As of February 3, 2009, the ID Access Card Readers for the residence halls, Garden Apartments, and Circle Apartment Community Building will be active.

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Shabbat Dinner With the President & His Wife

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Applications are now being accepted by the Dean's Office, School of Health Sciences and Human Performance (320 Smiddy Hall) for endowed scholarships available to currently enrolled HSHP major and minor students who are returning for the 2009-2010 academic year.

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Study Away

Contributed by Laurie Wasik on 02/02/2009 

Whether you are an indie rocker or a classical musician, a public artist or an aspiring curator, a politico or a social justice advocate, or you simply want a change in perspective, the Associated New American Colleges (ANAC) Student Exchange may be the right opportunity for you.

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Unlock Your Career Choices

Contributed by Susan Welch on 02/02/2009 

The second annual Susan DiPace Career Transitions Series presents "Unlock Your Career Choices." The presentation will be held on Tuesday, February 10, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Clark Lounge. All faculty and students are invited to attend.

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Come hear Sean Eversley-Bradwell reflect in an audio-visual essay on his experiences at the Obama inauguration and his reflections on hope.

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