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The indoor pool hours will be as follows from November 19th through November 28th                

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Interested in making a difference in the life of an older adult in need of
assistance? Looking for wisdom that only age can reveal? If so, please attend Project Generations' Volunteer Information Session on Wednesday November 17th at 7PM in Williams 302!

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Rock Hard Dance Company is holding a series of master classes, led by Associate Artistic Director, Laura Kathrein (’12). The next master class will be a modern dance class on Wednesday, November 17th. It will be held from 5:30-7:00pm in Studio 3, Dillingham Center.

If you wish to attend please email to reserve your space. The class has a cap of 20 students and registration is filling up fast, so sign up now! There is a $3.00 fee. Dancers of any experience level are welcome to attend.

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Come out to Meditate at the Muller Chapel on Tuesday November 16

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By invitation, Assistant Professor of Music Leon W. Couch III served as the keynote speaker and solo recitalist for the "Buxtehude Weekend" on November 13-14 at Trinity United Methodist Church in Albany, NY.  The events were sponsored by the Hudson-Catskill Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.

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Officer Programs encompass both academic scholarship and college-graduate opportunities for numerous specialties within the Navy.

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Dr. Julie Nastasi, Assistant Professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy, recently presented a lecture to the residents of Longview entitled: Maximizing Your Vision: Common Conditions and Adaptations.

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Dr. Justine Vosloo, Assistant Professor in the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences recently presented a workshop at the Association for Applied Sport Psychology Conference, in Providence, RI. The title of the workshop was Long-term Consultation, Mentoring, and Supervision: Ten Years, Six Consultants, Three Coaches and One Team.

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If you will be a rising senior for fall 2011 semester, and have lived on campus for 5 semesters or more by the end of fall 2010 it is important to read this information.

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Gordon Rowland, professor in the Department of Strategic Communication, participated remotely as a panelist at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology annual conference of in Anaheim, CA. The panel was titled, "What do we make of design? Design as a concept in educational technology."  

He was also named a contributing editor to the development section of Educational Technology Research and Development, perhaps the oldest and most prestigious scholarly journal in the educational technology field.

Decorate your office, home, or give a gift!

9:00-3:00 Campus Center Lobby     

Plants Include: Palms, Bromeliads, Spider Plants, Aloe Plants, Dieffenbachia, Hippeastrum striatum and Dracaena.


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Great opportunity to spend two weeks in residence at EVI, an internationally-known sustainable living community right here in Ithaca.  Small stipend available.  If you're interested and available from Tuesday, December 28 through Tuesday, January 11, please call Tony at the Ecovillage:  607-277-3037.

Kathleen Mulligan, an assistant professor of theater arts who specializes in voice and speech, will lead workshops in voice and Shakespeare at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA) on November 22nd and 23rd.

She will be assisted by IC theatre alum Christopher Patrick Hunter (2010), a NOCCA graduate.

This is Professor Mulligan's third consecutive yearly visit as a guest of NOCCA.

Due to the Thanksgiving Holiday, all bi weekly NE staff and student time cards need to be submitted and approved by 5:00 PM Thursday Nov. 18th.  Checks will be dated and direct deposits will be made on Wednesday Nov. 24th. Thank you for your cooperation and enjoy your Holiday!

Will meet Friday, November 19, Noon-1:00 p.m. in the Gerontology Institute Resource Room (413 CHS).

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Dr. Liu will share her research on the social and political history of mass relocation in China on Tuesday, November 16, at 12:05pm in Klingenstein Lounge.

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This years Phi Kappa Phi Fall Induction and Awards Ceremony will be held this Friday, November 19th at 4pm in the Klingenstein Lounge.  During the ceremony, two new faculty inductees, Harold Reynolds (Music) and Stephen Tropiano (Communications) will be honored, as well as the recipients of the prestigious Presidential Scholar Awards, awarded to four exceptional Ithaca College undergraduates.  This year, our Presidential Scholar award winners are Jill Neeley, Jacquelyn Simone, Allyce Barron, and Abigail Jamiel.  Everyone from the Ithaca College community is welcome to attend!

DAM is coming to Ithaca on Wednesday, November 17th!!!! Yes, the famous hip hop/rap group from PALESTINE! They will be performing live in the Park Auditorium! 

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Thanksgiving break is coming up soon, which everyone is excited about!  Please take time to think about someone who has done great things this month or a program that was put on that was very successful as a result of the work of those who organized the program!  November OTM nominations are due December 1st to, so please nominate someone who you are thankful for in November!


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Create a multimedia project to thank the donors of Ithaca College and you could win up to $4,000!*

***1st Prize: $4,000***
2nd Prize: $2,000
3rd Prize: $1,000

To learn more about this contest, you're invited to join us for an informational meeting:

Tuesday, November 16
7:00 p.m., Park Auditorium

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