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Contributed by Chris Pollock on 11/04/2009
Submitted on behalf of Laurie Arliss, professor and chair, Department of Speech Communication.
Three talented Ithaca College students were finalists in the 2009 Perialas Prize for Oratory. The event, sponsored by the Department of Speech Communication, awards a $500 prize to the top speaker.
This year's topic was "Health Care: Right or Privilege?" The winner was Lindsey Stafford (center in photo), a senior IMC major, who argued cogently that access to health care is every citizen's right. Also impressing the listeners were runners-up Joyti Jiandani (on left in photo), a sophomore speech-language pathology major, and Ryan Bigler, senior speech communication major.
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Contributed by April Johanns on 11/04/2009
The Park School of Communications and the Ithaca Motion Picture Project will be sponsoring a special Family Weekend screening of "All Together Now," a documentary film charting the creation of the LOVE show by Cirque du Soleil. Students, faculty, staff, family, and friends are welcome!
The show's producer, Martin Bolduc, will also be here to discuss the making of the film and answer questions from the audience.
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Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 11/04/2009
Allison Girasole (Biology, '10) and Philip Feinberg (Biochemistry, '11) presented research done in collaboration with Jean Hardwick at the annual Society for Neuroscience conference in Chicago, IL in late October. This is the preeminent gathering of neuroscientists from around the world. Attendance at these meetings is approximately 31,000 individuals.
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Contributed by Patricia Phelps on 11/04/2009
The seventh annual Veterans Day Celebration will be held at noon on Tuesday, November 10, in Ford Hall in the Whalen Center for Music.
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Nancy Cornwell, Professor and Chair of TVR, Selected as a 2010 Faculty Fellow by the NATPE Educational Foundation
Contributed by Karen Armstrong on 11/04/2009
Nancy Cornwell, Professor and Chair, Department of Television-Radio has been selected as a 2010 Faculty Fellow by the National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE) Educational Foundation. NATPE is a global non-profit organization dedicated to the creation, development and distribution of televised programming in all forms, across all mature and emerging media platforms. As part of the fellowship, Dr. Cornwell will attend the 2010 NATPE Market and Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. During that time, she will participate in a range of faculty sessions focused on television programming, distribution, advertising, audience measurement as well as emerging issues facing the television industry.
Due to the bank holiday on Wednesday, November 11, we must process the November 13th payroll on Monday November 9th. Timecards for the weeks beginning October 26 and November 2 must be submitted and approved by 10 a.m. on Monday the 9th.
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Contributed by Erich Schudt on 11/03/2009
Come learn how to design webpages in the CS Club's ongoing Language Labs!!!
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Contributed by Sharon M. Beltaine on 11/03/2009
Several topics of particular interest to faculty members will be offered in the ITS Technology Learning Center throughout November and December. Faculty members who want to learn more about useful computing tools for their work are encouraged to register instantly online for our faculty-focused computing training topics:
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Contributed by Tanisha Malone on 11/03/2009
Submitted on behalf of Robin Davis, Assistant Director Benefits & Work/Life
Gear up and come on down to Emerson Suites and take a guided tour through your benefits on the IC Benefits Safari!
DATE: Tuesday, November 10
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Contributed by Yolanda Clarke on 11/03/2009
If you have a strong grade point average and superior grades in the courses listed above, apply immediately in 110 Towers Concourse.
Tutors are needed for:
Compensation: $9 per hour
Contributed by Susanne Morgan on 11/03/2009
Faculty members may still submit proposals for an Ithaca Seminar for the fall 2010 term. These engaging courses include transition to college content in an interdisciplinary academic course. ICSM faculty are part of a supportive program that assists in providing excellent student learning experiences. Exploratory students are particularly encouraged to enroll, and their instructors serve as their academic advisors.
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Contributed by Susan Welch on 11/03/2009
Start planning your future NOW! A panel of students from the Class of 2010 and from a variety of majors will discuss their perspective on what they would have done differently if they had the opportunity to start their college experience over.
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Contributed by Kelly J. Rafferty on 11/03/2009
Posted on behalf of Dean Tanya Saunders, Division of Interdisciplinary and International Studies.
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Contributed by Lisa Efing-Guida on 11/03/2009
ITS is currently planning for critical software upgrades in ITS-managed computer labs for the Spring 2010.
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Frederick LaRiviere, Washington and Lee University
Refreshments served beforehand at 3:40, CNS 1st floor foyer.
"Healthcare, Chronic Illness and Civil Rights"
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Contributed by Michael Richardson on 11/03/2009
Assistant Professor of Italian Marella-Feltrin-Morris has published a translation of Paola Masino's Nascita e morte della Massaia (Birth and Death of the Housewife) with SUNY Press.
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The division of Student Affairs and Campus Life wants to hear from you whether you live on campus, off campus, are a new student or a returning student!
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Contributed by Yolanda Clarke on 11/03/2009
First Year Coaches Kaitlin and Zach host walk in hours every Monday, 11am -12:50pm, Tuesday 12-1, Wednesday evening from 6:30 - 9:00pm, and Friday 11-1pm in Academic Enrichment Services, 130 Towers Concourse. Also, students can call 274-3381 and schedule an appointment.
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Contributed by Sue-Je Gage on 11/03/2009
"Anthropology Through Film” is a 3-credit hour online course offered during Winter Session 2010 (January 11-22) that delves into visual anthropology. The course specifically addresses (a) what films show (and do not show); (b) how Western culture uses images of non-Western peoples; and (c) how non-Western peoples use images of themselves. Registration for this course begins Monday, November 2. Please contact Dr. Sue-Je Gage at email@example.com for further information.
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