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ITS is pleased to announce the newest addition to the Photoshop training topic family: "Mastering Photoshop Selection Tools!" We created this workshop in direct response to requests from our participants: you asked for more about selection tools, and we are proud to bring it to you! Register for this workshop today to join us for more phun with Photoshop!

Photoshop: Mastering Selection Tools in Photoshop (click to register)

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Contributed by Devon Ritz on 04/27/2010 

Come out to the Academic Quad at 12pm on Thursday April 29th, to witness the unraveling of this years Unity Banner. Also, come and listen to Amani Gospel Choir perform.

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Special Optical Scanning procedures and schedules are in place for final exam week, Monday, May 10th – Friday, May 14th.

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As of June 1, 2010, Web site material that is stored in a student's public_html folder on the Nova server will no longer be published to a live Web site.

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The Ithaca College Symphony Orchestra will present its final free Ford Hall concert of the academic year on Sunday, May 2 at 8:15 pm.  The program will feature Ithaca College president Thomas Rochon as narrator of Aaron Copland's "Lincoln Portrait."  The other works on the program are virtuoso pieces of the symphonic repertoire, Ravel's "Bolero" and Bartok's "Concerto for Orchestra."  Jeffery Meyer will conduct.

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Malcolm Bilson will be the guest soloist on an upcoming free concert by the Ithaca College Chamber Orchestra on Friday, April 30 at 8:15 pm in Ford Hall.  Bilson will also offer a pre-concert lecture at 7:30pm, also in Ford Hall.  Jeffery Meyer will conduct the program, which includes Bilson on Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 19 in F major.  Mozart's overture to "The Marriage of Figaro" and Beethoven's fourth symphony complete the program.

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Psychology students from two Research Teams presented five posters at the 25th annual University of Scranton Psychology Conference on April 17.

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PREMED Meeting: Thursday, April 29

Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 04/27/2010 

12:10-1:00 p.m., CNS 1ST FLOOR (TBA )

(check the premed site for the location)

This is the last meeting of the year and we will be electing officers for next year.  All positions are available and open to run for. 

  • You MUST be present to run for an E-board position
  • A brief 30 second speech will be asked of all candidates running.

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The Ithaca women's lacrosse team has earned the top seed in next month's Empire 8 Championship Tournament and will host the four-team event at Carp Wood Field.

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The government has thousands of opportunities available in fields from renewable energy to public health to protecting our nation’s computer systems.  Learn how to find these opportunities and how to apply to them during a webinar hosted on-campus by Career Services.

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It’s nearly FIESTA TIME! With Cinco de Mayo (May 5th) right around the corner, it’s time to make plans for your own celebration.  Make your Cinco de Mayo fiesta muy fabulosa with these helpful tips and ideas.

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 IC Food for Thought will be holding a school supply/art supply drive from May 2-May 8, 2010. 

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The School of Humanities and Sciences is pleased to recognize five students who have received grants and awards this semester that recognize their academic achievement and provide support for their involvement in research projects in the humanities and social sciences.

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Be part of a student led dialogue about the affect racism and sexism has on each of our lives today. We are creating a space for everyone at Ithaca College to have a real conversation about how each individual's race and gender determines what their experience is like here at IC. Participation will be central to learning at this event.

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I am pleased to announce that Dean Gregory Woodward of the School of Music has agreed to serve Ithaca College as interim provost beginning on June 1, after Kathleen Rountree takes up her faculty position. Dean Woodward will serve in this capacity until a permanent provost is named through a search process that will take place during the fall 2010 semester.

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Will you need a break right before finals? Well, on May 8th, The IC Women's Volleyball team will be hosting a 6 v. 6 volleyball tournament to raise money for both the team and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital!

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On Thursday, April 29, the Symphonic Band will present a free program entitled "The Great Outdoors" at 8:15pm in Ford Hall.  Beth Peterson will conduct Copland's "Outdoor Overture,"  Carter Pann's "Slalom," a piece entitled "Bugs," and the wind band classic by Percy Grainger, "Lincolnshire Posy."

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Please come wish Patricia Phelps a happy retirement after twenty-eight years of service with Ithaca College on Tuesday, May 4 between 2 and 4pm in the Friends Green Room, Room 3106 in the Whalen Center.  Pat began working in Speech Pathology, moved to Physical Education and then to the School of Music.  Twenty-four of Pat's twenty-eight years have been as an administrative assistant in the School of Music, where among other things, she has typed and formatted thousands of concert programs over the years.  She also spearheaded the creation of the college’s Veteran's Day Celebration, which she has co-chaired through seven years of events.

Don’t miss this week’s exciting events!

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