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The Division of Interdisciplinary and International Studies (DIIS) and the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (CSCRE) are proud to announce that Paula Ioanide has been named the American Association of University Women (AAUW) Fellow for the 2010-2011 year.

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Earth Day is right around the corner.  To celebrate incorporate these 3 recycling tips at your next meeting or event.

1.  NAME-TAGS.  Collect plastic name tag holders for reuse, with collection boxes at all registration, exhibit, and exit areas.  To encourage folks to return their badges try holding a prize drawing from their recycled badges.

2.  EVENT SIGNAGE.  What can you reuse from this event that can be carried over to the next event?  Signage and materials without dates and time specific information can be reused again to cut down on costs from year to year.

3.  PLACE-CARDS.  Consider using plantable seed cards for your next event.  There are a number of eco-friendly companies offering these products.  You simply print guests’ names on the cards and when the event is done guests have a favor that they can plant in the ground to grow flowers.

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Rachel Walker, 2010 History Major, has been awarded the highly competitive "Department of History Dissertation Fellowship for Excellence in United States History" by the University of Maryland. 

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Please join us from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 22 for the opening reception for the 2010 Senior Student Show in the Handwerker Gallery.

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The acclaimed documentary "Flow: For Love of Water" will screen on Saturday April 24 at  8 pm in Textor 101. It poses the question: "Can anyone really own water?"

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Vivian Conger, Associate Professor of History, has been awarded an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellowship at the Library Company of Philadelphia and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.  Prof. Conger will be using her month-long residence to continue her research, entitled "The Worlds of Deborah Read Franklin and Sarah Franklin Bache: A Transgenerational Exploration of Gender in Revolutionary and Early Republic Philadelphia."

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On behalf of the Student Government Association and the Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs, we ask that you complete this brief survey:

In honor of National Volunteer Week, SGA and OSEMA are looking to better understand students’ interest in community service. 


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IC Tap Club Showcase!

Contributed by Megan Schachter on 04/19/2010 


Please join IC Tap Club for our Second Annual Showcase. 


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Lauren O'Connell, Chair of the Department of Art History, will convene a sustainability roundtable at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians this week in Chicago.

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Lag B' Omer Celebration!

Contributed by Cheri Berger on 04/19/2010 


Come join Chabad Jewish Center for an all out party on the campus center quad!

Be there:  Sunday May 2nd at 4:30pm
and bring your friends, it's going to be great!

A Free concert featuring Chassidic Rapper Nosson Zand and a BBQ (meal plan swipe or fee required)will be the highlight of the night


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Free concert held at the State Street Theater


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The May 25 event includes faculty sessions in the general areas of diversity and learning (morning) and integrative learning (afternoon.) The deadline for proposals is Sunday, April 25.

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Scott Perez will speak about Native American culture and western science and Hollie Kulago will speak about community among the Navajo.

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Did you know this is how long it takes something to break down?

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Ithaca College's All Campus Choral Ensemble's Spring Concert will take place this Thursday, April 22 at 7:00 in Ford Hall.  The concert will feature musical works by Leonard Bernstein, Lori-Anne Dolloff, current student Robert Dietz, IC alum Allan Naplan, Jim Papoulis, Gregg Smith, Antonio Vivaldi, and others.

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HLTH courses with prior major restrictions have had those restrictions lifed and now those courses with open seats, are available to qualified, interested students from across Campus.  Please note some courses such as HLTH 11300 Personal Health, HOMER may indicate available seats but these seats are reserved for Summer Orientation. 

Ithaca College Natural Lands is pleased to announce the dedication of a new kiosk for the South Hill Natural Area located at the South entrance to the preserve. The dedication will happen this Friday starting at noon.

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Free Screening of CRUDE

Contributed by Emma Hileman on 04/19/2010 

Join us for a free screening of CRUDE, Wednesday 7 - 9 in Textor 103.

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Two nature walks will be lead by Biology Professor and ICNL faculty manager Jason Hamilton this Thursday to celebrate Earth Day.

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No Fracking Way!

Contributed by Emma Hileman on 04/19/2010 

Come learn about hydrofracking in Tompkins County and how it affects you.

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