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Contributed by Christopher Knauer on 03/16/2007 

Midterm grades are due from faculty on Tuesday, March 20th at 10 a.m. and will be available for students to view using HomerConnect.

Registration for the Fall 2007 semester will occur between Monday, April 2nd and Thursday, April 12th. Access times are available on the Registrar's Office homepage. Access is based on EARNED hours, not by earned plus attempted hours as in the past. Eligibility to register is based on having an advance deposit paid for the Fall 2007 semester and, in some instances, seeing your adviser and receiving an alternate PIN to access the registration module in HomerConnect. This alternate PIN is in addition to the UserID and PIN you need to access HomerConnect initially.


Contributed by Anne Macdonald on 03/16/2007 

YOU OUGHTA BE IN PICTURES or at least on national TV. If you are entering the CellFlix competition and have not yet shot your film, ABC would like to interview you. We will also need students who are in the editing stage. The shoot will probably be toward the end of the week of March 19. Contact Anne Macdonald, director of Media Relations,, 274-1945.

Be a Tour Guide!

If you love IC and want to help prospective students learn about all we have to offer, consider volunteering for the President's Host Committee!

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Looking for a Summer Job?

Contributed by Cheryl Horihan on 03/16/2007 

The Office of Admission is now accepting applications for Summer Assistants!

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Don't miss the 17th annual Ed Tech Day!

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As a part of the 3rd annual Student Leadership Institute, Doreen Hettich-Atkins presents “Your Presentation Skills - Why They Matter and How Can You Improve Them” on Thursday, March 22 at 12:10 p.m. in Williams 221.

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Manager of College Stores Announced

Contributed by Robert Cree on 03/15/2007 

I am pleased to announce that Rick Watson has accepted the position of Manager of College Stores.

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John Rosenbaum, retired television-radio associate professor, has published a chapter entitled, "In the EU's Image: Transformation of Broadcasting in Five Central and Eastern European States," in the book Changing Media Markets in Europe and Abroad: New Ways of Handling Information and Entertainment Content, edited by Angela Schorr and Stefan Seitmann and published in November 2006 by Pabst Science Publishers.

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A sure sign of spring, wee little squirrels are darting to and fro across campus looking for good things to eat. Realizing that the famous chocolate basket would put them over the edge, we have just added a beautiful handmade squirrel feeder to our auction loot! Prefer birds to squirrels? Wait until you see the gorgeous handmade birdhouses we have just received! The long list of auction items gets better and better!

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Bus Trip to Seneca Niagara Casino

Contributed by Candy Ross on 03/14/2007 

Join us for a bus trip to Seneca Niagara Casino. Try your hand at the card tables or slot machines. You’ll also be within walking distance to the falls!

You will receive $20 in slot dollars, and a $5 food coupon upon arrival at the casino. See all that Seneca Niagara Casino has to offer by visiting their website:

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Next year's Colloquium Series will feature scholarly endeavors with an international focus. The Center for Faculty Excellence requests proposals for '07-'08 colloquia by Friday, April 20. Contact Susanne Morgan ( with ideas or questions.

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Contributed by Christopher Knauer on 03/14/2007 

Do you need to know more about how to use Homer/HomerConnect? A drop-in session will be available in the Boardman Place training room on Monday, March 19, from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. No appointment is necessary. Registrar's office personnel will be available to talk about anything you want or need to know about Homer/HomerConnect, from grading to degree audit.

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Work In Ithaca This Summer!

Contributed by Lorelei Becker on 03/12/2007 

The Office of Conference & Event Services (CES) and the Campus Center Office (CC) are accepting applications for summer employment for several positions.

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Nominate Someone!

Contributed by Tatiana Sy on 03/12/2007 

Now is the time to nominate someone to be acknowledged in the Women's Appreciation Dinner this month!!

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Gas prices have you down? Have to refill your tank 3 times before you get to Dryden and take out a small loan along the way to pay for it? Are the cost per gallon signs changing before your very eyes? Never fear, the Bursar's Benefit Auction is here to help. Just look what we have in our newest raffle!

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The staff trustee position, currently held by Margie Malepe, associate director for conference and event services, is up for re-election.

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Submitted on behalf of Shelley Semmler

I am thrilled to announce that Ithaca’s $115 million largest-ever fund-raising campaign passed a major milestone in March, when gift totals surpassed $100 million.

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PLEASE NOTE: Spring break hours are different this year.

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Submitted by Natalia Pelttari on behalf of Cindy Reckdenwald

Over the past two weeks, our consultants from Segal/Sibson along with representatives from Human Resources have conducted a series of training sessions for staff with supervisory responsibilities. These sessions were very well-attended, and provided an opportunity for our supervisors to learn details about the changes to the compensation program and structure, ask questions, and provide feedback. Going forward, it is important that all staff have an opportunity to learn about the changes and details of the program, and to ask questions.

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Contributed by Carla McBride on 03/08/2007 

Come to the Sociology Club meetings

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