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Submitted on behalf of Robin Davis, Assistant Director Benefits & Work/Life

Gear up and come on down to Emerson Suites and take a guided tour through your benefits on the IC Benefits Safari! 

DATE:   Tuesday, November 10
PLACE:  Emerson Suites
TIME:    10am - 3pm

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If you have a strong grade point average and superior grades in the courses listed above, apply immediately in 110 Towers Concourse.

Tutors are needed for:

  • Fundamentals and Principles of Biology
  • Physics
  • Speech and Language Pathology 150
  • Sports Management 110
  • ... and more!

Compensation:  $9 per hour

Faculty members may still submit proposals for an Ithaca Seminar for the fall 2010 term. These engaging courses include transition to college content in an interdisciplinary academic course. ICSM faculty are part of a supportive program that assists in providing excellent student learning experiences. Exploratory students are particularly encouraged to enroll, and their instructors serve as their academic advisors.

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Start planning your future NOW! A panel of students from the Class of 2010 and from a variety of majors will discuss their perspective on what they would have done differently if they had the opportunity to start their college experience over.

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Posted on behalf of Dean Tanya Saunders, Division of Interdisciplinary and International Studies.

Asma Barlas, professor of politics and director of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity, recently spent a week at the University of Utrecht as a visiting scholar (October 24-November 1). The invitation came from the Netherlands Research School for Theology and Religious Studies (NOSTER), Faculty of Humanities (Theology and Religious Studies and Gender Studies) and several women's groups, including Al-Nisa, the Dutch Muslim women’s organization, and the Oecumenical Women's Synod.

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ITS is currently planning for critical software upgrades in ITS-managed computer labs for the Spring 2010.

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Frederick LaRiviere, Washington and Lee University
"Revenge of the NRD:  quality control of Eukaryotic ribosomes"

4:00 p.m.
CNS 112

Refreshments served beforehand at 3:40, CNS 1st floor foyer.

Two PREMED Events

Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 11/03/2009 

"Healthcare, Chronic Illness and Civil Rights"

Nov. 14th
10 am to 4pm

Clark Lounge at Ithaca College

This is a national panel of speakers hosted by The Bleeding Disorders Association of the Southern Tier is hosting in the from .   

  • Anyone who is interested should stop by Dr. Andy Smith's office (CNS 155) to pick up a flyer
  • Space is limited, so you will need to register by Nov. 9th if you are interested.  The contact person for this event is Gina Salemme at



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 Assistant Professor of Italian Marella-Feltrin-Morris has published a translation of Paola Masino's Nascita e morte della Massaia (Birth and Death of the Housewife) with SUNY Press. 


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We Want Your Feedback!

Contributed by Sue DuBrava on 11/03/2009 

The division of Student Affairs and Campus Life wants to hear from you whether you live on campus, off campus, are a new student or a returning student! 


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First Year Coaches Kaitlin and Zach host walk in hours every Monday, 11am -12:50pm, Tuesday 12-1, Wednesday evening from 6:30 - 9:00pm, and Friday 11-1pm in Academic Enrichment Services, 130 Towers Concourse.  Also, students can call 274-3381 and schedule an appointment.


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"Anthropology Through Film” is a 3-credit hour online course offered during Winter Session 2010 (January 11-22) that delves into visual anthropology.  The course specifically addresses (a) what films show (and do not show); (b) how Western culture uses images of non-Western peoples; and (c) how non-Western peoples use images of themselves.    Registration for this course begins Monday, November 2.  Please contact Dr. Sue-Je Gage at for further information.





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 SAB Films Presents: SHORTS

Contributed by Danielle Giserman on 11/03/2009 

  SAB Films Presents: SHORTS

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President Obama has asked all of us to help in renewing America's promise. You, as future educators, are at the center of President Obama's message of hope. What better place to answer the President's call than participating in an Urban Education Program in Washington, D.C. 

Come to an information session on November 5, 2009, at 6:00 p.m. in room G69 of the  Peggy Ryan Williams Center and find out how you can complete required education coursework and early field requirements in an urban setting.

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Drop In Mondays and Fridays from 9-4 in Academic Enrichment Services, 110 Towers Concourse, and some Monday evenings.  Contact Vance Breakwell at for additional times available.

Email for additional times available and information on study groups.


Colleges Against Cancer is having a toy drive from October 19th-November 13th.
The toys are going to benefit the children at the University Hospital in Syracuse.

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Fall Harvest Package    

Contributed by Julie Whitten on 11/02/2009 

Attention students, faculty, and staff: the Fall Harvest Package is now available through the Gifts from Home program.    

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This is the story of a former slave, now an abolitionist.

Interviewee: Helia LaJeunesse
Interviewer: Peggy Callahan
Interviewee Status: Free now, has also freed her children from slavery
Interview date: 6/15/07
Interview location: Haiti

When Helia LaJeunesse was five years old, her mother died. She went to live with her grandmother until she too passed away. A neighbor took Helia in until she was about twelve years old. The woman of the house made Helia do all the cleaning and all of the chores around the house. Helia was verbally and physically abused, and she wasn’t allowed to go to school. Even the neighbors would tell the woman that she was mistreating Helia. The woman would reply that since she didn’t have a family, Helia was an animal, and should be treated like an animal. Not until the community threatened to burn down the woman’s house did she let Helia go to communion class.

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Hillel's annual Shoshanna Rudnick Inch-a-Thon

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