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Jason Hamilton (Biology) and Tom Pfaff (Math) will talk on "Inflection Points and Polar Bears"

  • noon Thursday, December 3
  • Williams 302

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The Reggie Simmons '75 Memorial Award Informational Meeting
Come meet last year's recipients and learn about their experience in Africa
Wednesday, Dec. 2
3 p.m.
Park 220
Interested students are encouraged (but not required) to attend.

The Reggie Simmons Memorial Award will recognize the extraordinary accomplishments and contributions of Reginald Leigh Simmons, Ph.D. Simmons ’75 devoted his life to the people of Africa and this memorial award will provide the opportunity for two students with majors in the Park School of Communications or politics to follow in Simmons' footsteps.

Please note: Graduating seniors are not eligible.

The 2010 Operation Crossroads Africa program runs June 15-August 10. Projects are scheduled for the following countries: Gambia, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Benin, Niger, Senegal and Togo.

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  Got A Fierce Walk?

         Then Come out and Strut your Stuff!!!

 Currently Looking for Sexy, Confident, & Energetic people!!!

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Career Services, Alumni Relations and the Class of 2010 are excited to announce another year of Network Nights!

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An upcoming performance on Thursday, December 3 at 7 p.m. in the Hockett Family Recital Hall will mark the 200 year anniversary of the death of Joseph Haydn and the birth of Felix Mendelssohn.  Music School faculty members Charis Dimaras, piano; Dawn Pierce, mezzo-soprano; Nicholas DiEugenio, violin; and Elizabeth Simkin, cello will perform. The program will include a piano sonata and cantata for voice and piano by Haydn and a trio for violin, cello, and piano by Mendelssohn.

Getting hands-on experience is an important part of your college career and the new "Class of 2008 Internship Scholarship" can help make that experience financially possible for you.

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We are ready for the next stage of implementing the Faculty Commons. This is the model for faculty development at Ithaca College that was developed during 2008-09 by Susanne Morgan and a group of faculty members, was endorsed by the Faculty Development Committee and accepted by the Provost and President. It features a structure linking the varieties of faculty development activities that exist through designated Affiliates who connect with the Faculty Commons as part of their normal job or committee work. It also features a blended face to face and online environment that will be part of the myHome structure that the college has developed. An update and next steps meeting is scheduled on Friday December 4, 1:30-2:30 in the DeMotte Room of the Campus Center.

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SAB PRESENTS: XTREME Gingerbread Contest!

 

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SAB MUSIC PRESENTS: Cymbals Eat Guitars and The Red Lions

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 STUDENT ACTIVITIES BOARD IS RECRUITING FOR NEXT SEMESTER

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The Society of Professional Journalists is hosting its final event of the semester at 7 pm, Tuesday, Dec. 8, in Park 220.

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SGA Finance Assistant Wanted

Contributed by Brian Keefe on 11/30/2009 

The SGA is currently searching for a determined individual to serve in the Finance Assistant position.

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Join the officers of Ed2010 for a presentation of insider tips and advice from NYC magazine editors and alumni about job hunting, writing for mags and the biz. Monday, Dec. 7, at 7 pm in Williams Hall room 222.

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Red Cross Blood Drive - Save a Life! 

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 Put down the books, take a break from studying and rock out to some awesome coed a cappella with IC Voicestream’s Block II concert! On Wednesday, December 2 at 7:30pm, Ithaca College’s premier alternative a cappella group will be performing an awesome set of songs in Emerson Suites.

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Jaime Blair (Biology '99)
Assistant Professor, Franklin & Marshall College

"Genomics of the Plant Destroyer:  Using Bioinformatic Approaches to Study Phytophthora  Evolution and Pathogenicity "

Thursday, December 3
4:00 p.m.
Center for Natural Science 112

Everyone is welcome to attend!

Refreshments will be served beforehand (3:45-4:00 p.m.) in the CNS first floor lobby. Please bring your own reusable mug for beverages. Reduce, reuse, recycle!

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It can be a real challenge to maintain your healthy lifestyle as you celebrate your way through the temptations of the holiday season. 

To help you stay on track while still enjoying yourself, the wellness experts at eni have created the Everyday Wellness Holiday Wellness Guide, filled with helpful information, advice and recipes to make healthy choices from Thanksgiving through New Years. 

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We hope you had a chance to enjoy the safari-themed videos and music, taste the snacks provided by Dining Services, and chat with all the fantastic benefits service providers and representatives from the various community agencies at the Fair! Many thanks to everyone who attended, from all of us in the Office of Human Resources. 

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The Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs seeks Ithaca College students interested in presenting their undergraduate research at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) in Spring 2010 in Montana. Presentation abstracts and a travel funding request form must be submitted no later than December 4, 2009.

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What do you see for the future of females as young as 5-years old forced to have sex?

What do you see for the future of people trafficked into the U.S. daily and exploited into living the "American Dream" with no pay?

What do you see for the future of a child soldier trained to kill?

What do you see for the future of environmental hazards in Third World Countries?

I C JUSTICE.

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