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Ithaca College is a partner in Ithaca City of Asylum, which sponsors writers exiled from their country for exercising rights of expression.

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Submitted by Tanisha Graves for Carl Sgrecci, Vice President for Finance and Administration

As you are aware, this year we began the process of reviewing the College’s compensation programs and practices. A series of focus group sessions were held in January and February, and Karen Hutcheson, our project manager from Segal/Sibson, reported the results of those findings in May. To date, we have accomplished a great deal toward completing a new design and structure of our compensation program, and we will keep you informed of our progress over the next few months. Our plan is to begin utilizing our new program beginning early in 2007.

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Stillwater Submissions

Contributed by Lynn Hyde on 09/18/2006 

Like that story you did in Intro to Creative Writing?

Are you always churning out poems?

Want others to see your artistic inspirations?


STILLWATER
Submissions Drive Starts Now



Wednesday September 20th to Friday October 27th

art. photography. poetry. short stories







Drop-Off Boxes are located at the Writing Center, English Dept (3rd Floor of Muller Faculty Center), 126 Administration Annex (Trailer building next to Park), and the Cerrache Main Office

Questions? E-mail Petrina Cheng (pcheng1@ithaca.edu)

The goal of NCAAW is to reduce high risk drinking and its negative consequences by providing educational opportunities that prompt critical thinking about alcohol use, abuse and personal responsibility. All NCAAW events are open to students, staff and faculty.

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NCAAW - Sept 22 - 28, 2006

Contributed by Priscilla Quirk on 09/18/2006 

Ever drive a golf cart wearing Fatal Vision Goggles? Do you have an individualized BAC card? Ever been concerned about a friend who drank too much? Join us for a variety of events during National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week.

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An introductory "technical workshop" on federal grants budgeting and submission procedures will be held Thursday, September 28 from 3:00 – 5:00pm in the North Meeting Room.

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Screening of student documentary films produced during Professor Changhee Chun's summer 2006 Cross-Cultural Documentary Research & Production course in South Korea.

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“We all know that one PERSON can change the world –
but what can one college do?”

ONE person can make a difference.
ONE college can come together.
ONE issue can become history.

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Are you interested in learning more about the Fulbright U.S. Student Program? There will be an information session/free pizza lunch about the Fulbright Program held on Tuesday, September 19, from 12:10-1:00 in the Clark Lounge, Campus Center. A Fulbright representative will discuss the Fulbright Program, and there will be plenty of pizza available so you don't have to miss your lunch break.

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Are you interested in studying abroad in Canada? There will be an information session/free pizza lunch about the Canadian Killam Fellowships Program held on Tuesday, September 19, from 12:10-1:00 in the Clark Lounge, Campus Center. A Killam Fellowships representative will discuss the options available to students for study in Canada, and there will plenty of free pizza so you don't have to miss your lunch break.

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Are you interested in studying in Australia? Kieran Clarke from La Trobe University in Australia will be visiting campus this Monday, and will be hosting a Walkabout Down Under information session/free pizza dinner on Monday, September 18th, from 6:00-7:00, in Textor 101.

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As a part of the Student Leadership Institute, John Rawlins III and Kelly Stevens will present a free session entitled “Exploring Values as a Basis for Leadership” on Thursday, September 21 at 7:00 p.m. in the Klingenstein Lounge.

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As a part of the Student Leadership Institute, Lisa Maurer will present a free session entitled “Building Allies and Supporting Difference” on Thursday, September 21 at 12:05 p.m. in the Klingenstein Lounge.

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As a part of the Student Leadership Institute, John Bradac will present a free session entitled “Work and Life Values: Where Do They Fit For Me?” on Tuesday, September 19 at 12:05 p.m. in Williams 221

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Please join us in wishing Graham Stewart a fond farewell...

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Anthropology visiting assistant professor Paula Turkon had a paper on maize utilization in ancient Mexico published in the Journal of Ethnobiology.

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PREMED MEETING: Sept 21

Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 09/15/2006 

Thursday, Sept. 21
12:15
CNS 112

Come and learn about upcoming events and how your help is needed.

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NEW Intramural Sport Deadlines!

Contributed by Jamie Drahos on 09/15/2006 

Introducing the Newest Intramural Sports of the Year... Noodle Water Polo, Mini Golf, and Kickball!!!

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Today, September 14, 2006, the City of Ithaca released an update on the Aurora Street Sanitary Sewer Installation Project. The affected area on Aurora Street for this part of the project will be from the intersection of Hudson Street to Prospect Street.

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Rebecca Plante/Sociology

Contributed by Jonathan Laskowitz on 09/15/2006 

Professor Rebecca Plante/Sociology elected to the Council of the Animals & Society section of the American Sociological Association.

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