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Contributed by Thomas Rochon on 08/02/2010
With Interim Provost Greg Woodward, I would like to announce a year-opening Faculty Convocation to be held on Thursday, August 19, from 2:30 to 3:45 p.m. in Textor 102. All faculty are invited.
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Contributed by John Sigg on 08/02/2010
Dr. Barbara Belyea, Associate Clinical Professor and Dr. Terri Hoppenrath, Assistant Professor from the Department of Physical Therapy recently completed their clinical doctorate degrees in Physical Therapy (DPT).
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Contributed by Alison Bowman on 08/02/2010
A faculty member is looking for a babysitter for the fall semester.
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Contributed by John Sigg on 08/02/2010
Dr. Miranda Kaye, Assistant Professor in the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences Presented recent research at the the North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity conference in Tuscon, AZ.
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Contributed by Erik Kibelsbeck on 08/02/2010
Timothy Johnson, Associate Professor of Music Theory, will participate in the filming of a documentary on music and mathematics this week. He will appear in the film as an expert, interviewed on-camera for the documentary. Johnson's book, Foundations of Diatonic Theory: A Mathematical Approach to Music Fundamentals (Scarecrow Press 2008) caught the eye of director and producer, Michael LaPointe, whose extensive credit list includes ABC, MTV, SciFi Channel, and Showtime, among others. LaPointe's films have been featured in over 25 film festivals worldwide. This fall at IC, Johnson will teach the Freshman Music Theory Seminar on diatonic theory, using his book and his other work in this interdisciplinary area.
Come to the last performance of Mozart’s The Magic Flute, 7:30 PM tonight at the CRS Barn Studio, 2622 North Triphammer Road, Ithaca, NY. Directed by Steve Stull and Jeanne Goddard and conducted by Richard Montgomery, this joyful production features faculty and students from the School of Music.
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Contributed by Christine Haase on 07/31/2010
In order to continue the series uninterrupted, a minimum of 20 registrations and pre-payments for Series 5 are due to Chris Haase by August 10th.
Please refer to the Intercom announcement dated 07/16/10 for all the details about the program and how to sign up.
We will have an Open House meeting on August 10th, the final week of the current series. Stay tuned to Intercom for an announcement about that coming soon!
Contributed by John Bradac on 07/30/2010
Jennifer Kellington, Assistant Director of Career Services has resigned her position after her maternity leave. We would like to thank Jennifer who spent four years in Career Serivces serving many students and alumni.
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Contributed by Anonymous on 07/30/2010
Sandra Steingraber will be a guest on the Diane Rehm Show, Monday, August 2. The interview will be live from 11 a.m. to noon.
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Contributed by Penny Bianconi on 07/30/2010
Pamela Mayberry, associate director and academic program coordinator at the Gerontology Institute, will be leaving the College on August 27 and moving to Chicago.
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The Summer Graduate Music Program Concert will be held on Wednesday, August 4 at 7pm in Ford Hall. The free concert will feature the Graduate String Ensemble and the Graduate Concert Choir.
Comprised of dedicated public school teachers participating in the intensive summer Master of Music Education program, the concert will feature works of Bruch, Handel, Mozart, Riley, Stroope, Walker, and others. The String Ensemble is the newest ensemble in the master's program and is directed by Debra Moree. The Concert Choir is directed by Jennifer Haywood and will feature guest faculty artists Pablo Cohen on guitar and Jean Radice on organ. The Concert Choir will feature a new work by celebrated a cappella composer Robert Dietz, a recent Ithaca College graduate.
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Contributed by Susan Shutts on 07/30/2010
This is a reminder regarding the campus wide electrical shutdown on Sunday, August 1, 2010.
The power will be off from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. in order to perform required maintenance to the campus electrical system.
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Contributed by Caroline Stull on 07/30/2010
Have you ever wondered if you are picking the best, most vitamin-rich produce? Then, when you get that produce home, what is the best way to retain all of the great vitamins? If so, then join us at this lunch-and-learn!
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Contributed by Beth Blinn on 07/29/2010
The Student Employment Office will be offering Student Supervisor Training and Information sessions.
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All Ithaca College faculty, staff and students are invited to play summer softball on Friday afternoons at 3:30pm.
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Contributed by Lisabeth Chabot on 07/28/2010
Brian Saunders, Humanities Librarian, has developed a comprehensive guide on "Walden" by Henry David Thoreau, the 2010 FYRI selection.
Please join us for our annual fall bus trip to New York City on Saturday, September 25, 2010. We will begin taking payments Monday, August 23, 2010.
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Please join me in congratulating Brian Dubenion, Residence Director for Hood, Holmes, Hilliard and Eastman Halls, who has accepted the position of Complex Director at the State University of New York College at Buffalo!
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Contributed by Kasey J. Spada on 07/28/2010
Due to low interest in our Sat. Aug. 14th bus trip to NYC, sadly, we have been forced to cancel it. The good news is - we will be adding a Fall bus trip to NYC. Details to soon follow on Intercom.
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