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Come join Food Service Advisory Board to discuss anything/everything food related on campus! We suggest a lot of changes and do a lot of on-campus research about things we could do to improve eating on campus. Got some ideas? Come join us this Thursday for a free lunch in the 6 Mile Creek Room from 12:10 to 1pm!

 

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Julia Dunn at jdunn1@ithaca.edu with requests. We ask that requests be made as soon as possible.

Come to the Language Learning Communities Open house this Friday!

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We'll spell it out for you.  Get in on the fun!

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Don't fold now!  Go all in on this event!

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Please join us today, Wednesday February 16th, 2011 

Note our new location (this week only):

Taughannock Falls Room, 3rd floor, Campus Center 

Noon - 12:50pm

Student Voices: Mental Health and Healing in College

Active Minds- SYM Panel

  • Hear personal stories from students about mental health issues.
  • Ask questions and engage in a frank dialogue about students' mental health experiences and concerns.

 

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SGA Weekly Update!

Contributed by Julia Dunn on 02/15/2011 

Hello all! We hope you had a great week, because we certainly did SGA-wise! We've been fiercely tweeting tons of things all week long so if you're not following icsga on Twitter, I suppose it's time you start!

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The Philosophy Club will meet on Thursday 2/17 at 7 pm in Park 228.  All are welcome to come and join the conversation.

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Lights, Camera, Take Action!

The All-College Meeting held on January 20 focused on “Ithaca College as an Employer”. As part of this focus, HR introduced several initiatives that were coming up in the spring 2011 semester. We would like to invite all faculty and staff to attend an “IC Benefits Experience” session that will provide an opportunity for participants to learn and interact around the topic of the benefits that are provided to IC employees.

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The Lab is a space where students can create and edit multimedia projects that include graphic design, audio, and video elements.

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Due to the unexpected malfunction of both elevators serving the East Tower - necessitating the closure of the t c lounge for tonight - the informal evening with polar explorer Eric Larsen here at Ithaca College has regretfully been cancelled.

Please note that Eric's formal presentation at Cornell University at 5:00PM is being held as scheduled. Eric’s presentation:Into the Heart of Cold: Stories from the Front Lines of our Changing Climate”, will take place at Cornell University in the Call Auditorium in Kennedy Hall.  

We sincerely regret the inconvenience.

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The Lab is a space where students can create and edit multimedia projects that include graphic design, audio, and video elements.

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Please be advised the tc lounge will be closed tonight due to elevators not working in the East Tower. We plan to reopen for business on Wednesday, February 16th.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Professor Janice Levy, who is on sabbatical leave from the Department of Cinema, Photography and Media Arts, and teaching at Princess Nora Bint Abdul Rahman University (PNU) in Riyadh, will present “A Photographic Journey” Sunday night, February 20, at the Embassy of Sweden in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. In her presentation, Professor Levy will talk about her first semester teaching at PNU. She will share her first photographic impressions of Saudi Arabia, the work produced by her students, plans and projects for the future, and the challenges and rewards of teaching photography as an interdisciplinary medium.

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The Family Care Committee of the Office of Human Resource’s Work/Life Action Team is assessing current and future child/adult care needs of IC employees. Please help us by taking the Family Care survey by February 28th! 

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Patricia Zimmermann, professor of cinema, photography and media arts, presented her research project, "Towards a Theory of Open Space Documentary: New Media Iterations in Singapore and Southeast Asia," at the Documentary Now Symposium at the University of Westminster, London, England, on January 29.

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The School of Humanities and Sciences and the Department of Writing are pleased to present National Book Critics Circle Award finalist in poetry Major Jackson as part of this semester’s Distinguished Visiting Writers Series. He will read from his work at 7:30pm on Tuesday, February 22nd in Clark Lounge, Campus Center. The reading is free and open to everyone.

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Please join the Office of the Registrar staff for a reception in Marcia's honor on Wednesday, February 16th from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the Living Room, located on the first floor of the Peggy Ryan Williams Center.  Marcia plans to move to Texas to spend more time with her family.  We will miss her.

Clean New York works to advance policy and market changes to protect people and communities from toxic chemicals. We promote change by educating and engaging New Yorkers at the grassroots level. Learn more about Clean NY during the Making a Living While Making a Difference Panel.

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Working in the nonprofit sector or a government agency can be rewarding for many reasons, regardless of your profession.  Learn about the variety of career options and types of organizations that exist!

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Have you ever wondered if there was a way to make your workspace more comfortable? Did you know that half of workers who used computers for 15 hours a week reported joint problems in the first year of working at a new job? Ergonomics is the study of the “kind of work you do, the environment you work in, and the tools you use to do your job”.

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