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Beginning Monday, August 15, 2005, all EZ Pay checks that are marked for pick up will now be picked up at the bursar’s window in Job Hall.
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Did you know? Faculty, administrators, and staff can request books from the Ithaca College library’s collection and have them delivered to their department.
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William F. Pickard and Peter J. Melcher. 2005. “Perspectives on the Biophysics of Xylem Transport”. Eds. N. Michele Holbrook and Maciej A. Zwieniecki. In: Physiological Ecology Series. United Academic Press.
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Contributed by Bonnie Griffin on 08/10/2005
This is a reminder that Parnassus will be unavailable from 9:00 p.m., August 11, through August 15, 2005, during a major software upgrade.
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Contributed by Monica McGavin on 08/09/2005
The offices of budget, financial services, and purchasing will be moving back to the 14th floor of the West Tower on Wednesday, August 10.
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Contributed by Darese Doskal-Scaffido on 08/09/2005
The PIECES (Providing Ithaca Experiences Connecting Every Student) program will be returning for opening weekend again this fall, and we're looking for faculty and staff volunteers to help with this program again.
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Contributed by Melissa Gattine on 08/08/2005
Three Ithaca College faculty were invited delegates to present their recent research at the Media and Society in Asia: Transformations and Transitions Conference in Beijing, People’s Republic of China, July 18-21, 2005.
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The bus trip is to see the Yankees vs. Kansas City on August 27! We need to know if you'll be joining us by this Friday, August 12.
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ITS is pleased to offer a new series of workshops -- Introduction to WebCT and Using an E-classroom.
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As faculty, staff, and students return to the Ithaca College campus, many people begin planning for the coming year. As a result, many people and organizations are starting to request room reservations. This rush of requests places a significant burden on the staff processing reservations.
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Attention summer meal plan participants
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Contributed by Crystal Young on 08/04/2005
The Caring and Sharing Committee of the Ithaca College Staff Council is pleased to offer back-to-school assistance.
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Contributed by Debra Meeker on 08/04/2005
Due to circumstances beyond dining services control, the Tower Club Restaurant will be closed for lunch today (August 4, 2005). We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. The restaurant will be open with the regular Friday lunch buffet tomorrow.
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Contributed by Bonnie Griffin on 08/03/2005
Parnassus will be unavailable from 9:00 p.m. August 11 through August 15 for a major software upgrade. The August 12 bi-weekly and the August 15 semi-monthly payrolls should be available for on-line viewing through Employee Self-Service at http://vail.ithaca.edu/ace on August 10 and 11 respectively.
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On Friday, August 19, Ithaca College’s environmental health and safety group (EH&S) will be partnering with the New York State Office of Fire Prevention and Control (OFPC) to provide “live” fire extinguisher training.
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Meghan Lindauer ('01) and Maira Pires (’02) are pleased to announce their joint publication, along with other co-authors. Their article entitled, "p63 regulates commitment to the prostate cell lineage" appears in PNAS 102(32): 11355-11360. The abstract is available at ithaca.edu/biology/kudos_lindauerpires05.pdf.
Please join financial services, purchasing, accounts payable, budget and finance, and administration in saying farewell to Robert Cree, associate director financial services.
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Have you heard the ECHO? Experiencing Connections by Heading Outdoors (ECHO) is an opportunity, sponsored by first year programs, for a group of 60 incoming first year students to go on an overnight backpack camping trip to Hector National Forest with members of the Ithaca College community. ECHO is looking for faculty and staff to participate in some way.
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Contributed by Luca Maurer on 08/01/2005
Lisa Maurer, coordinator of LGBT Education, Outreach, and Services, was an invited presenter at the XVII World Congress of Sexology in Montreal, Canada in July 2005.
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This was erroneously announced for Wednesday; the correct day is Thursday, August 4.
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