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Contributed by Deborah Mohlenhoff on 01/22/2007
Pastor Bruce Davenport, of the 7th Ward in New Orleans, will be speaking at Ithaca College on Friday, January 26th, from 12pm to 2pm in the Seminar Room of the Campus Center. He is in Ithaca to reach as many people as possible to talk about life in New Orleans, and the hopes of rebuilding. A local organization, Love Knows No Bounds, is sponsoring his visit to our community.
The CDC is strongly urging anyone who has not received their flu vaccine to consider doing so NOW since the influenza season typically peaks in February.
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Southside Community Center (305 S. Plain Street in downtown Ithaca), has just been awarded a $65,000 grant by the New York State Music Fund (administered by the Philanthropy Advisors Division of the Rockefeller Foundation), for a proposal written by IC Education Department professor, Jeff Claus.
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Contributed by Penny Bianconi on 01/22/2007
The Gerontology Institute has grant money to support summer stipends for faculty to develop service learning activities in courses for the '07-'08 semester, preferably for the fall.
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The CDC is strongly urging anyone who has not received their flu vaccine to consider doing so NOW,
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Submitted at the request of Dr. David E. Newman, Director of Student Health Services
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Contributed by Lynn Tordella on 01/22/2007
The School of Humanities and Sciences has set spring deadlines for proposals to its two competitive award programs, the H&S Ithaca Fund and the Emerson Humanities Collaboration Awards.
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Join IC Club Softball
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Male and Female Models Needed for Spring Fashion Show!
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Following up on my notice to the campus community on January 3 regarding the resignation of Peter Bardaglio, and after extensive consultation with many individuals, I have decided to conduct a Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs search this spring. We have engaged the firm of Academic Search to assist us. The president of the firm, Dr. Jamie Ferrare, will be our consultant. He is quite familiar with Ithaca College and with the work the firm has done for us in recent years.
It is never too late to join Ithaca College's Residence Hall Association!
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Wondering where you will live next year?
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Student organizations may register with Ithaca College through the Center for Student Leadership & Involvement during its final registration period for academic year. Organizations must register annually to formally operate on campus.
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Contributed by Jen Richardson on 01/21/2007
The Office of Residential Life anticipates needing to approve 850 seniors and non-seniors to move off campus for Fall 2007.
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"Stubborn Things: New Photographic Work by Ron Jude and Nicholas Muellner" Opens at Handwerker Gallery
Contributed by Cheryl Kramer on 01/19/2007
The Handwerker Gallery is pleased to announce “Stubborn Things: New Photographic Work by Ron Jude and Nicholas Muellner,” opening January 22.
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Contributed by Susanna Stumpe on 01/19/2007
Is all matter in the universe actually composed of inconceivably tiny filaments of vibrating energy? One of the most exciting scientific adventures of all time is the search for the ultimate nature of physical reality. In the past century this hunt has yielded relativity and quantum mechanics, two theories that radically altered our picture of space, time, gravity, and the fundamental building blocks of matter. The latest theory in that venture is called Superstring Theory. It seeks to resolve some of the surprising discrepancies between relativity and quantum mechanics.
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Contributed by Michael McGreevey on 01/19/2007
Faculty, staff, and administrators are encouraged to attend open sessions for candidates for the position of Associate Vice President for Human Resources. Resumes for each respective candidate will be available at each session or may be requested in advance by contacting the Office of the President at ext. 43121 or 300 Job Hall.
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