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The Office of Parking and Traffic Services will be closed Thursday, January 15, from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. so that staff may attend the all-College staff meeting.

Assistant professor of anthropology David Turkon's article, "Commoners, Kings, and Subaltern: Political Factionalism and Structured Inequality in Lesotho," was published in the Political and Legal Anthropology Review, volume 31, number 2: pages 203-223.

It will reopen Thursday, January 15, at 8:00 a.m.

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The Tango Heats Up the Winter at IC

Contributed by Susan Harris on 01/13/2009 

World-renowned bandoneon virtuoso Daniel Binelli returns to IC to perform a free concert and residency as part of the Enduring Masters series. The concert is free and open to the public; it takes place Friday, January 30, at 8:15 p.m. in Ford Hall in the Whalen Center for Music.

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Cashiering Services's departmental transaction window will be closed Wednesday, January 14, due to a departmental function.

Please plan deposits, lockbag drop-offs, and cash needs accordingly.

The Phillips Hall Post Office and the Mail Center will be open on Saturday from 10:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.

We will be closed Sunday, January 18.

Check your Ithaca College e-mail account for a package notification and the location to pick up your package(s). You must have your ID to pick up your packages.

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The Ithaca College Diversity Awareness Committee is pleased to sponsor a workshop, titled "Strategies for Addressing Diversity in the Classroom," on Martin Luther King Day. Please join us for a dynamic faculty/staff/student roundtable discussion on ways to incorporate diversity into the classroom.

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Finger Lakes Running Company, a local running and triathlon specialty store owned by an IC alum, will be at the Fitness Center this Wednesday, January 14, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

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WebCT Is No Longer Available

Contributed by Beth Rugg on 01/11/2009 

WebCT is no longer available. All courses are now using Blackboard. Many thanks to all the faculty, staff, and students who have been involved in this long but successful migration effort!

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Mark Hine, coordinator of digital media services, will now be taking faculty photos for Web Profile Manager and for the College's image database.

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The campus community is invited to meet the candidates for the assistant vice president for community and government relations and presidential initiatives. This key role will work directly with Tom Rochon and the President's Council.

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On Thursday, February 5, in the Emerson Suites of Campus Center, Ithaca College will host a day-long "teach-in" on the political, social, environmental, and economic impacts of climate change.

Join us to learn from faculty experts and community and government leaders about the issues of global climate change. Learn about efforts underway to respond to climate change on campus, in the local community, and on a national and international basis.

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It's time to start signing up for your favorite classes at the Fitness Center!

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MLK Day 2009 -- Monday, January 19 -- is a "Day On, Not a Day Off."

Start your day with a breakfast at 8:30 a..m. in the Emerson Suites that will you feed your body and your soul. At this breakfast, you'll hear from the MLK Scholars. In October, the first year MLK Scholars went to Atlanta, Georgia, and visited various sites related to achievements of the civil rights movement. During this experience each scholar connected to the movement in his or her own way and returned to Ithaca with a much deeper understanding of the sacrifices made in the 1960s.

To reconnect with these experiences and share them effectively with others, the scholars have prepared a presentation that utilizes the talents of the group. Using monologues, photos, and songs of praise to tell the stories that inspired the scholars to make a difference in the world, the presentation will take you on a tour of Kelly Ingram Park, the 16th Street Baptist church, and, finally, Bloody Sunday.

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The Bookstore and Mac's convenience store will be closed Wednesday, January 14, for the annual departmental meeting.

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Between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 14, all Mail Services staff -- including those at the Phillips Hall post office -- will be attending their divisional winter festival.

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After attending the MLK Day festivities that begin on Monday, January 19, with breakfast at 8:30 a.m., cap off your day with some beautiful music.

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The campus community is invited to meet the candidates for the assistant vice president for community and government relations and presidential initiatives. This key role will work directly with Tom Rochon and the President's Council.

The first candidate will be here Monday, January 12. You are invited to attend an open forum with Ed Summers from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Clark Lounge.

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Last Day for WebCT Migration Help

Contributed by Beth Rugg on 01/08/2009 

Starting Monday January 12, 2009, the WebCT server will no longer be available for course management. Faculty members: please contact ITS TODAY if you have questions about Blackboard or need help migrating WebCT courses!

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JoAnn Agnitti has had a research paper accepted for presentation at the American Educational Research Association convention in San Diego this spring.

Her research is entitled, "A Framework for Assessing Educational Resources Created to Accompany Films/Video in the Social Studies Curriculum."

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