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Contributed by Karen Sunderland on 03/31/2009
Mark your calendar for:
Thursday, April 30
Gather with your classmates, faculty & staff of the Biology Department to enjoy a fun night with laughs, "gifts", and senior recognition.
All classes are invited and encouraged to attend.
Menu and reservations will be requested at a later time.
Contributed by Robin Davis on 03/31/2009
REMINDER: Workshops today! Walk-ins welcome!
Financial Wellness Workshops
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Lester Holt -- anchor of NBC Nightly News weekend edition and co-host of Today weekend edition will serve as the Jessica Savitch Distinguished Journalism Lecturer on April 14, 2009.
Holt will speak at 7:30 p.m. in Emerson Suites. His talk is free and open to the public.
Each year, the Jessica Savitch Lecture Series brings a broadcast journalist to Ithaca College to honor alumna Jessica Savitch '68. Past speakers include: Natalie Morales, NBC; David Muir '95, ABC News; Steve Capus, NBC News; and Mara Liasson, NPR.
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The Climbing Club is now meeting Sundays at 7:00 for introductions to the skills needed to begin rock climbing.
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Student Appreciation Day Celebration Tuesday, April 14th from 11AM - 2PM
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Contributed by Patricia Zimmermann on 03/31/2009
Orc Sweatshops: Gold Farming and the Geopolitics of Trade
"Stop Gold Farming!" is an Alternate Reality Game (ARG) developed for 2009 the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival FLEFF Lab initiative. It could be called an experiment in collective storytelling, a radical new media project, or an internet 'hoax' with a social message! Join us and participate---this is a FLEFF Lab not to be missed!
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Fall 2009 Environmental Studies Course to Explore Climate Change in a Global Decision-Making Context
Contributed by Carol Hansen on 03/31/2009
Global climate change is arguably the most important issue of our time. Each fall Ithaca College students have the opportunity to explore the topic in detail through a three-credit course, International Environmental Policy (ENVS 33300).
Students will experience first-hand the complexities of international negotiations to address climate change by attending the UN's Framework for Climate Change annual "Conference of the Parties" Convention. In 2009, this conference will take place in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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Contributed by Jennifer Kellington on 03/31/2009
Hey IC students! Want to learn more about your future career while helping your peers?
The Office of Career Services is looking for motivated and creative students to serve as peer career advisers (PCAs) for the 2009-10 academic year.
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Entrepreneur Magazine Features IC's MBA Program as One of 15 Business Schools Nationwide Named to Princeton Review List
Contributed by Wendy Fonder on 03/31/2009
Ithaca College's MBA program is one of 15 graduate business programs named to the Princeton Review’s "Student Opinion Honors for Business Schools" in the operations category. The list appears in the April 2009 issue of Entrepreneur, the nation's leading publication for and about entrepreneurs.
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Contributed by Scott Ulrich on 03/31/2009
Naturally Obsessed: The Making of a Scientist
Mixing humor with heartbreak, Naturally Obsessed: The Making of a Scientist tells an intensely dramatic story about a trio of irrepressible student scientists who are guided through the emotional ups and downs of a Ph.D. training program by a tough but genial mentor.
The film was shot over three years in the molecular biology laboratory of Professor Lawrence Shapiro at Columbia University Medical Center in New York City.
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Submitted on behalf of Rory Rothman, associate vice president for student affairs and campus life.
Ithaca College Staff Members:
On Sunday, May 17, Ithaca College's 114th Commencement exercises will be held. Many of us have had daily contact with the fine young men and women of the 2009 graduating class, and have played an important role in their experience at Ithaca College.
To ensure that the Commencement exercises are carried out in an orderly, distinguished manner, we are requesting your help to serve as an usher. This function is vital as many guests are not familiar with the College, its buildings, and their locations. Duties will vary according to your specific assignment. Program distribution, guest seating, answering questions and giving directions are all things that you could be called upon to do to help maintain a dignified and orderly ceremony.
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Contributed by Luca Maurer on 03/31/2009
The Out of the Closet and Onto the Screen film series will conclude the 2008-9 season with a double feature screening of In God’s House: Asian American Lesbian and Gay Families in the Church and Coming Out Coming In. The screening, which is free and open to the public, will be held on Monday, April 6, at 7:00 p.m. in Textor 102.
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Contributed by Laurie Wasik on 03/30/2009
The Faculty Excellence Award nomination deadline has been extended until Friday, April 3, 2009.
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Contributed by Lynn Hyde on 03/30/2009
On Tuesday, April 21, at 7:30 p.m. in the Clark Lounge of Egbert Hall, alumna Kristen Britain '87 will return to Ithaca College to give a reading of her fiction and talk about the art of fantasy writing.
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Contributed by Beth Harris on 03/30/2009
The event "Blood on the Flag: Local Civil Disobedience" will present several short films and commentaries about anti-war civil disobedience by Ithacans on Wednesday, April 1, at 7:00 p.m. in Friends Hall 309.
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Drying up Palestine
"Drying up Palestine is a portrait of the stresses and strains imposed on Palestinian society by Israel's almost total control over access to water and sewage facilities in the West Bank, told in the words of ordinary people. It is a compelling picture of the impact of military occupation on everyday life."
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Monday, March 30
Jennifer D. Klein will discuss her experiences teaching poetry at An-Najah University in the West Bank, Palestine, and share the work of both her Palestinian and American students. This presentation will explore the realities of Palestinian life under occupation, and show how poetry can promote a creative space for political discussion that transcends cultural boundaries and ideological differences.
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Contributed by Lisa Efing-Guida on 03/30/2009
Want an interesting job that looks great on your resume? Want to work in a place where you learn new things every day? Now is the time to apply to Information Technology Services (ITS).
ITS employs over 120 student staff in 15 different technology fields. If you are interested in computers and people, we probably have a job for you.
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April is Asia Month and we have events lined up for you each week!
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