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A $500 prize is awarded each semester by the Premed Committee. The award is to be used for assistance with preparation for the required standardized exams associated with admittance to graduate health programs such as the MCAT, DAT, OAT, or GRE.

The deadline to apply is October 15.

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The search committee for the Ithaca College registrar position invites you to participate in open interviews with four higher-education records and registration professionals. Each of the finalists will be on campus for two days and will meet with a variety of campus constituents to assist us in identifying the strongest candidate.

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Were you unsure about ringing before? Now is the time to commit!

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Help us build a well in Darfur and see some great acts perform!

Come to the Water for Sudan Benefit Concert on the Commons!
The Saturday, September 20th show features great Ithaca College groups like:

iCircus
The Butterbeer Experience
Ted Rosedale
The Bell Drive

Be there and bring your friends!
11 am- 1:30 pm; suggested donation $3

A celebration of the life and legacy of dean Larry Metzger will be held on Friday, September 26, at 4:00 p.m. in Ford Hall of the Whalen Music Center. Members of the Ithaca College community are invited to attend this event to honor Larry through words and music. The celebration, which is hosted by the Office of the Provost, will conclude with a reception in the McHenry Lobby.

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Several occupational therapy (OT) faculty members and students have had presentations accepted for the annual meeting of NYSOTA, the state's OT association, which will take place September 18-20 in Syracuse. Most of these presentations are the results or joint faculty-student work in research and community outreach.

Among the faculty presenters are associate professor Carole Dennis, chair of the OT department; associate professor Mindy Cozzolino, who is also chair of the graduate studies program; and assistant professor Julie Dorsey.

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The Out of the Closet and Onto the Screen film series will feature a double-feature screening of two documentaries, Act of Faith and I Exist, on Monday, September 22, at 7:00 p.m. in Williams 323. This is a location change from earlier announcements.

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A national search is now underway to recruit an associate vice president for enrollment management, a position previously titled dean of enrollment planning, currently filled by acting dean Rit Fuller, and previously held by Larry Metzger.

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As of January 2009, the Campus Center check-cashing service will no longer be available.

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Cornbred, a Nammy Award-winning Native American R&B band from the Onondaga Nation, will appear at the Pancho Villa restaurant (602 West State Street) on Friday, September 19, at 9:00 p.m.

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Dennis Charsky, assistant professor in the Department of Strategic Communication, was an invited speaker at the "Games in Education" symposium on August 18-19. Dennis gave a presentation, entitled "A Framework of Integrating Games into the Classroom," and was part of a panel discussion, "Learning Outcomes with Games."

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The Ithaca College Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Jeffery Meyer, begins the concert season early this year with two masterworks by Beethoven and Brahms on Saturday, September 20, at 8:15 p.m. in Ford Hall. The concert will be free and open to the public.

Beethoven's "Leonore Overture Number 3," with its famous offstage trumpet calls, and Brahms' third symphony comprise the program.

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Several Ithaca College School of Music faculty members will join forces for a free recital featuring music of J.S. Bach on Friday, September 19, at 7:00 p.m. in Ford Hall. Works for solo organ will feature organist Jean Radice, and two cantatas will include soprano Deborah Montgomery, trumpeter Kim Dunnick, baritone Randie Blooding, and oboist Paige Morgan. A chamber orchestra will be conducted by graduate student Kevin Ryan.

Interested in Business?

Contributed by Matthew Rojas on 09/15/2008 

Are you majoring or interested in business and/or accounting? Do you want a great-paying internship or job?

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Full-time, continuing faculty are invited to submit proposals to the Center for Faculty Research and Development for released time during the 2009-10 academic year.

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Physics professor Luke Keller and physics student Jordan Hyatt '10 traveled to Heidelberg, Germany, September 8-12 to present their research on planet formation at the "Cosmic Dust: Near and Far" conference (http://www.mpia-hd.mpg.de/DNF08/).

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On September 18, at 12:15 p.m., Carolyn Straughan will lead an informal discussion, entitled "Interpreting Mad Sally," in conjunction with the exhibition, True Lies and Other Stories: Joy Adams and the Evolution of Mad Sally, currently on display in the Handwerker Gallery.

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Create for Social Change is a new student organization that uses the performing arts to promote awareness of the social issues affecting the local community and the world.

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Reverend Kenneth Clarke, director of Cornell United Religious Work, will talk about "The 'Later' King: Martin Luther King Jr.'s Evolution from Reformer to Revolutionary, 1965-1968," on Wednesday, September 17, 7:00 p.m. in Klingenstein Lounge.

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Below, find details of the next two meetings of interest to premed students: a meeting of the Pre-Med Society on September 18, and a visit from the admission director of the New York College of Podiatric Medicine on September 24.

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