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The Student Government Association is looking to fill 3 spots on its Budget Committee.

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"Functional importance of synaptic modulation in a model motor network"

Thursday, September 23
4:00 CNS 112

Seminar Series

View the flyer here.

Refreshments served at 3:40, 1st floor CNS foyer.  Bring your mug.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Nancy Pierce at 274-3161.  We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

This Friday, 17 September at 7:00 P.M. in Hockett Recital hall, faculty member Jean Radice will present Johann Sebastian Bach’s complete Opus 1, the Clavier-Exercise of 1731 in a collaborative recital with colleagues and former and current students from her harpsichord studio in the School of Music.

The program will feature two magnificent harpsichords built respectively by Frank Hubbard and William Dowd. Both instruments will be tuned to the 18th-century temperament devised by the philosopher and musician Jean-Jacques Rosseau. Participating performers will be: Jean C. Radice, Mary Holzhauer, Mark A. Radice, Jonathan Riss, Michael Gaertner, and Elena Nezhdanova.


Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodation should contact the School of Music at 607-274-3169 (voice), the Office of Equal Opportunity Compliance at 607-274-3909 (voice), or 607-274-1767 (TDD) as much in advance of the event as possible.

Interested in playing basketball this year, but don't know if a varsity sport is for you?!

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I currently have 3 spots still open for students interested in joining me for a 9-day tour of alpine Europe (Germany, Austria, and Switzerland) tentatively scheduled for Dec. 28th-Jan. 5th, 2011.

YOU DO NOT NEED TO SPEAK GERMAN TO PARTICIPATE IN THE TOUR. A healthy curiosity of the world beyond Ithaca and a good pair of walking shoes will be enough.

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We are currently looking for a production staff and players for Taming of the Shrew!

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IC Feminists Meeting!!

Contributed by Emma Tanner on 09/14/2010 

IC Feminists, a gender equality and empowerment group on campus,
wants you!

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Yom Kippur

Contributed by Melinda Butler on 09/13/2010 

Yom Kippur Schedule in Muller Chapel

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A Night & Day Cabaret!

IC Triple Threat Theatre is producing a cabaret this semester! We'll be showcasing music from numerous shows in a cabaret-style production created by you!  The theme is Night & Day, and we're asking for submissions from people interested in directing 2-3 musicals numbers that deal with our theme. 

Submissions should include your resume, the number of actors needed, and a rough estimate of pit members needed.  Submissions are due this Friday, September 17th by midnight.  

If you have a submission, but don't want to direct, send us your ideas!  If you want to direct, but don't have a submission, send us your resume!  Send any questions, submissions, or ideas to ictriplethreat@gmail.com

Staff interviews for this production will take place Monday, September 27th from 8pm-11pm.

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Wednesday September 15, at 7:00 pm in Hockett Family Recital Hall, Whalen Center

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Operation Wallacea is a non-profit organization that works through academic collaborations to run volunteer based conservation management and biodiversity monitoring research in remote areas across the world.

It offers:
  • Conservation research through academic partnerships
  • Biodiversity and cultural research expeditions over the summer
  • Academic credit is available.

Find out about their opportunities:

12:10 pm
112 CNS

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Here’s a rundown of what’s happening in the dining halls this week.

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Travel Services would like to remind you that in April 2010 Ithaca College chose to begin using Marathon Travel as the College’s new travel service provider.   

Recently, Marathon Travel’s parent company, Travel Guard, announced a new relationship between themselves and Chartis Inc. Recognizing the strength of the Travel Guard name, Chartis made the decision to launch the Travel Guard brand globally for all of its worldwide travel insurance and assistance operations, including Marathon Travel. Therefore, Marathon Travel is changing its name to Travel Guard Chartis - Business Travel Services to reflect this partnership.

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The Chemistry Department invites Jennifer Mass, Senior Scientist from Winterthur Museum, Delaware to give a presentation on "Art Meets Chemistry:  Revealing Hidden Images and Vanishing Masterpieces in Paintings".  All are invited to attend WEDNESDAY, September 22, 2010 at 4:00p.m in the Center for Natural Sciences room 112.

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The Parking Services Office will be unable to process cash, check or ID Express financial transactions on Tuesday, September 21, 2010, from 12:30pm to 5:00pm

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Living Routes is a unique nonprofit educational organization offering study abroad opportunities focusing on sustainability in Ecovillages around the world.  The Executive Director of Living Routes will be on campus on Tuesday, September 14  & Wednesday, September 15 and will be available to visit classrooms to make brief presentations about the Living Routes programs.

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There has been a very successful ongoing speaker series at Longview, a retirement community located across and up the road from campus, since the facility's partnership with Ithaca College began in Spring 1999.

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Luke Keller, associate professor of physics, has the lead article in the October issue
of Sky & Telescope magazine. Keller and co-author Juergen Wolf, scientist at the NASA Ames Research Center, describe the first flights of the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) and detail operation of the facility, a large telescope mounted in a 747 aircraft. The article also describes plans for using the new observatory over the next 20 years.
 

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Seniors, last chance

Contributed by Alyssa Cooper on 09/13/2010 

Hello Seniors!

The deadline to vote for the senior class gift is approaching! On Wednesday, September 22nd voting will close and the gift that will leave our legacy at IC will be decided. 

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LOOKING FOR EXTRA CREDIT?

Contributed by Cheryl Gunther on 09/13/2010 

Want to learn about body awareness, multisensory space experiences and how to apply these ideas to client work? If you answered yes to that question, sign up today for this exciting workshop taught by two FINNISH lecturers from HAMK University in Finland.

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