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Peter Kilcoyne, manager for Printing Services in Marketing Communications, created and has begun to use a new Sustainability Index system to rate our college publications.

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Submitted on behalf of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity

Dr. Miranda Cady Hallett, the CSCRE Assistant Professor of Latino/a Studies in 2009-2010, will be leaving Ithaca College in Fall 2010 to take a position at Otterbein College in Westerville, Ohio.

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Producing Theatre and Dance Composition join together to bring you Wings of Spring, a site specific dance event. Dances choreographed by the class will be performed in and around Dillingham at an open rehearsal on Tuesday, May 4th at 5:30pm and a performance on Wednesday, May 5th at 5:30pm. Admission is free! Come join us in the Dillingham lobby for a truly extraordinary and unique event!


Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Beth Montroy at emontro1@ithaca.edu. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

The Steering Committee for the “Commit to Change” program – which was created through a generous grant from the HSBC in the Community Foundation to the Environmental Studies department - announces its Spring 2010 funding awards. All “Commit to Change” funding programs are open to any Ithaca College undergraduate in good academic standing, irrespective of major.

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All are invited to the final Wind Ensemble concert of the year on Thursday, May 6, at 8:15 pm. Stephen Peterson will conduct. The free concert includes just two works, both mighty in their own way:  Mozart's beautiful Serenade in E flat Major K 375, and David Maslanka's newest Symphony, No. 8.  Ithaca College was part of the commissioning consortium for this exciting and powerful work. 

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The Women's Chorale and Brass Choir will share a concert on Wednesday, May 5, beginning at 8:15 in Ford Hall.  Janet Galvan and Keith Kaiser will conduct.  Vocal music of Abbie Betinis, Kowalski, Barnett, and others is on the program.  Music for brass by de Falla, Ewazen, and Tchaikovsky will also be presented.

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Dr. Hongwei Guan, Department of Health Promotion and Physical Education (HPPE), and his students in the Teaching Fitness in Physical Education class are the Grand Prize Winners of the National Association in Physical Education and Sport/Polar USA Celebrating Technology and Innovation in PE Video Contest.

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Tuesday May 4th at 7PM in Williams 202 is the last Students Active for Ending Rape meeting of the year! Come chill out from the last week of classes out, and talk about our accomplishments!

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 On Sunday May 2, 2010 a greatstrides walk for Cystic Fibrosis was held at the Upper Terrace Fields on the Ithaca College campus.

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Project Look Sharp is IC's Media Literacy initiative under the Division of Interdisciplinary and International Studies.  View our diverse list of internships for Fall 2010.  All majors welcome to apply!

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Chip Gagnon (Politics) organized and participated in a workshop at Cornell University's Peace Studies Program on April 23 and 24, entitled "The Missionary Position: Processes of ideological entrepreneurship in post conflict societies." This workshop was the second in a series, part of Chip's project on "Interdisciplinary perspectives on post-conflict studies."  

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There has been a change in final exam procedures from previous semesters.

 

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Sponsored by the Tompkins County Bar Association, speakers will include Nancy Duff Campbell, Esq., co-president of the National Women's Law Center in Washington, D.C., and Henry A. Freedman, Esq., Executive Director of the National Center for Law and Economic Justice, in New York.*

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Tuesday, May 4, 2010:

Ed Pogozelski, SUNY Geneseo talks about

Spider Silk Physics Research

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 It is with great pleasure that the RA Recognition Committee announces the winners of the Block 4 Awards

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If you have any spring photos taken in the South Hill Natural Area, you could win $50!

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Every year, the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures organizes a very special event called, "Our Languages, Our Cultures: A Celebration." This year, the event has been scheduled for Monday, May 3rd, from 4:00-6:00pm in the Clark Lounge. I feel especially honored and privileged to be able to invite all of you--our graduating seniors--to attend this event so that we, the faculty and staff of the DMLL at Ithaca College, can recognize your efforts within the discipline.

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Every year, the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures organizes a very special event called, "Our Languages, Our Cultures: A Celebration." This year, the event has been scheduled for Monday, May 3rd, from 4:30-6:00pm in the Clark Lounge. We come together to perform music, skits and poetry. During this celebration, we will give out our Outstanding Student of the Year Award as well as certificates of merit to some very wonderful students. Finally, we will honor our graduating seniors. Please come to celebrate! Light refreshments will be available.

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 Come join the Arabic Club this Tuesday, May 4th from noon to 1:30 PM on the Academic Quad to get a cool henna tattoo! Learn about this fun tradition and help support Ithaca College's Arabic Club at the same time!

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Then submit a show proposal to IC Shakespeare!

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