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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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IC Jazz director Mike Titlebaum's recent performance at the Carriage House Cafe with organist Gary Versace was reviewed by columnist David Yearsley in the national newsletter CounterPunch in an article entitled "Unexpected Encounters With Greatness." 

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Barney Beins (Professor, Psychology) received the 2010 Charles L. Brewer Distinguished Teaching of Psychology Award at the national conference of the American Psychological Association in August.  Professor Beins received this prestigious award for his many years of excellent teaching and his broader influence on the teaching of psychology through his long-term involvement in the teaching division of the APA.  Only one such award is given each year.

 

Dan Heffner will host an open student session on Friday, Sept. 24 at 4 p.m. in Park Auditorium.  He will talk about his time at IC, his career path, and of course, show clips of Saw 3D.  

 

 

 

 

Craig Cummings, Professor of Music Theory, recently completed three invited guest lectures in Oklahoma—one for students at Oklahoma Baptist University and two for the Oklahoma Music Theory Roundtable.

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Saturday, September 25th from 10-11am, at the Ithaca Community Gardens.

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Cindy Turo (Department of SMM) and Lana Morse (Department of RLS) retired on July 31, 2010 after serving Ithaca College for 43 and 36 years, respectively.

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The IC All-Campus Band is looking for French Horn and Trombone players to join to the ensemble.

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Come and join us for Hebrew talk and fun with Professor Mirit Hadar.

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Sukkot Begins September 22

Contributed by Melinda Butler on 09/20/2010 

Sukkot, the Jewish Fall Harvest

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 John W. White, Associate Professor of Music Theory, will present a paper on Thursday, September 23 at the upcoming 2010 National Conference of the College Music Society in Minneapolis, MN.  Prof. White’s latest work continues his ongoing research of analyzing popular music “covers” within a framework of semiotical style change.  

 

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Are you a member of the departments of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Environmental Sciences, Math, or Physics? BioChem, Math/Phys, Math/CS, double majors, etc??  Which discipline is the toughest? 

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Guest Artist Ronald Barron, alto and tenor trombone, will give a free recital along with pianist Diane Birr and trombonist Harold Reynolds on Thursday, September 23 at 8:15 p.m. in the Hockett Family Recital Hall.

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Career Services is pleased to announce that PriceWaterhouseCoopers and the Comptroller of the Currency will be visiting campus in early October to conduct interviews.  The application deadline for both organizations is September 27, 2010.

Position descriptions and application information are available through eRecruiting.

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 If you are a current or former Fulbrighter and would be interested in being part of an informal Fulbright Alumni organization dedicated to providing welcome and support to Non-U.S. Fulbrighters visiting Ithaca, please contact Kathleen Mulligan (Theatre Arts) at kmulligan@ithaca.edu.

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The Department of Speech Communication will present a public performance of "The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail (Act I)" by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee, on Thursday, September 30 from 8:00 p.m. until 9:15 in the Clark Lounge in the Campus Center.  The performance is produced by the students and faculty in the course, "Group Performance of Literature."  Admission is free and all are welcome.

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