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Two Hours Can Make a Difference!

Contributed by Osupa T-Davis on 09/22/2010 

Come find out more about becoming a mentor on Disability Mentoring Day (DMD) at Ithaca College on Thursday, October 28, 2010. To learn more about the important role you can take part in attend you are invited to attend an informational session on Friday, September 24 at 12-1 p.m. (lunch will be provided).   

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Janet Galván conducted a choral concert in Avery Fisher Hall on Sunday, June 27, 2010. 

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 Casting Call for "APPLES", an Advanced Fiction Film

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CFRD Call for Proposals

Contributed by Laurie Wasik on 09/22/2010 

Full-time, continuing faculty are invited to submit proposals to the Center for Faculty Research and Development for released time during the 2011-2012 academic year.  Additional information may be found at


Contributed by Julie Chambers on 09/22/2010 

  • Have you ever been concerned about your hearing?
  • Do you have trouble hearing your students in class?
  • Do your children have a history of Middle Ear problems?
  • Does your significant other suggest that you play music or the TV too loud?

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Sarah Fields (Biochemistry '10) presented her work on SHArK (Solar Hydrogen Activity research Kit) at the American Chemical Society National Meeting at Boston, Massachusetts on August 22-25, 21010.

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Contributed by Maren Le Gear on 09/22/2010 

Informational Meeting - Thursday, September 23

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Ever been concerned about a friend's condition after drinking?

Make the call! 607-274-3333

It is imperative that medical help be summoned when a person has engaged in dangerous drinking or drug use.

The IC MAP protects you from college judicial sanctions if the following apply:

  • the student or a friend of the student calls to request medical assistance;
  • no other conduct violations (such as disruptive behavior) were committed by the student during the same incident;
  • the student completes a required educational follow-up in a timely manner;
  • the case has been approved for amnesty by the Office of Judicial Affairs.

A student is eligible for amnesty only once. For more information on the IC M.A.P., visit:


Contributed by Nancy Reynolds on 09/21/2010 

Today is Wellness Wednesday! We will be meeting in the Ithaca Falls Room from noon-12:50pm. Bring your lunch and enjoy a free dessert!

Our program is:

Fitness With Frank  

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Contributed by Julia Dunn on 09/21/2010 

It's your last chance to apply for SGA assistantships, HURRY NOW!

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Did you run track and field in high school? Are you interested in trying track and field as a new sport?

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At our First-Year Reading Initiative event this year, on Tuesday, August 24th, featuring discussion of our FYRI featured book, Walden, by Henry David Thoreau, we issued a ticket to every first-year student who attended.

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There's still more to do! Come out on September 25th from 12-4 to pull Japanese stilt grass and help preserve our Natural Area.  

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Contributed by Cheryl Gunther on 09/21/2010 

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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On behalf of the vice presidents and deans, we are pleased to make public to the campus community a draft version of the IC20/20 vision.  IC20/20 is intended to lead to a focused plan of action that will, over the decade ahead, further advance the quality of the stduent learning experience at Ithaca College.

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The Sonict Duo

Hockett Family Recital Hall
September 22, 2010 at 8:15 PM

Matt Sintchak, saxophones
Jeff Herriott, electronics

Free and Open to the Public 

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Are you interested in studying abroad? IES (The Institute for the International Education of Students) is one of Ithaca College's affiliated study abroad providers, and a representative of IES will be on campus on Thursday, Sept. 23 to meet with students and provide further information about the IES study abroad options. A free pizza lunch will be provided!

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IC Time Lords

Contributed by Julie Hepp on 09/21/2010 

Are you interested in the TV show Doctor Who? Then join IC Time Lords! First meeting this Friday, 9/24!

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In observance of both Constitution Day 2010 and Latino Heritage Month, Ithaca College will present “Crossing the Border: Where Does the Constitution Stand?” on Monday, September 27th at 7:00PM in Textor Hall Room 102. Filmmaker Luis Argueta will present an excerpt from his newest documentary, “abUSed: The Postville Raid”, which presents the human face of immigration reform and serves as a cautionary tale against abuses of constitutional human rights. Following the film, a panel will discuss the global and local contexts for the U.S. movement for immigrant rights. Panelists will include Luis Argueta; Shaianne Osterreich, associate professor of Economics at Ithaca College; and Mary Jo Dudley, Director of the Cornell Farmworker Program. A reception with the speakers will follow the event. This event is free and open to the public.

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The IC Progressive Discourse Project is a new organization on campus striving to bring critical discussion on important world topics directly to the IC community. The aim is for students to create discourse on global issues and having those students' perspectives heard. And these are the two upcoming events below.

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