We're going back to Little Falls, NY to climb outdoors!
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Thursday, October 5
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Join the Offices of Residential Life & Judicial Affairs and show your RA how much you appreciate them!
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Contributed by Robert Holt on 09/27/2006
Received today September 27, 2006
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The next meeting of the adoption support group is scheduled for Tuesday, October 3 from 12:00 - 1:00 pm in the Campus Center Conference Room.
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Beginning Monday, October 2, 2006, outgoing prepaid DHL packages will be dispatched following the same procedure as UPS and FedEx. Currently DHL has been making “on demand” pick ups at the College. Departments and students currently must call the DHL toll free number or use their on line form to request a pick up and then take their packages to the Phillips Hall Post Office or the Mail Center.
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Contributed by Russell Martin on 09/27/2006
Student organizations may register with Ithaca College through the Center for Student Leadership & Involvement. Organizations must register annually to formally operate during the academic year.
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What would you do if you had 30 seconds alone in an elevator with one of the most powerful businessmen in the world? Stare at the doors? Listen to your iPod? Text a friend? Or seize the moment and make the pitch of your lifetime?
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Contributed by Susanna Stumpe on 09/26/2006
"Soil Iron Content Effects on the Ability of Magnetometer Surveying to Locate Buried Agricultural Drainage Pipes," Applied Engineering in Agriculture 22(5): 701-704 (September 5, 2006)
Ground-based remote sensing methods have demonstrated the ability to identify subsurface agricultural drainage system location to aid in hydrological studies and the placement of new drainage systems to support failing systems. Magnetometer surveys have been successful in identifying drainage system locations under certain soil conditions that appear related to soil iron concentration distributions. The success of magnetometer surveys in identifying drainage pipes is related to increased disturbance of iron rich soils or due to post-tile installation iron migration.
Contributed by Susanna Stumpe on 09/26/2006
September 7, 2006 issue of "Nature" (vol. 443 pages 56-58).
Entitled "Developing Space Weathering on the Asteroid 25143 Itokawa", the paper is about work that Clark completed during a leave of absence in the Fall of 2005. Clark was one of ~12 NASA asteroid scientists invited to Tokyo Japan last fall to participate in the operations phase of the "Hayabusa" spacecraft mission to sample an asteroid. The mission was operated from a campus of the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). The orbital phase of the mission was highly successful, resulting in downlink of several GBytes of imaging and spectroscopic data. If the sampling attempt was similarly successful, mission scientists will open the sample container in June 2010 to find the first rocks ever returned from an asteroid surface.
Contributed by Susan Rosenthal on 09/26/2006
The National Office of Sigma Iota Epsilon Management Honorary has announced the winners of the 2006 National Scholar Competition. Only five $1,000 undergraduate scholarships were awarded nationwide; two $500 scholarships were also awarded. Three of five $1,000 National Scholars and one of two additional $500 scholars were from Ithaca College!!
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The "Out of the Closet and onto the Screen" film series continues on Tuesday October 3, with a showing of two films in observance of Latino Heritage Month - "And the March Continues" and "Pride in Puerto Rico" at 7:00 p.m. in Textor 102.
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Contributed by Christine Pogorzala on 09/26/2006
There has been a very successful ongoing speaker series at Longview, a retirement community located across and up the road from campus, since the facility’s partnership with IC began in Spring 1999.
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The Ithacan has been named a Gold Medalist for the Fall 2005 and Spring 2006 semesters in the Columbia Scholastic Press Association's annual College Newspaper Critique.
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Contributed by Penny Bianconi on 09/26/2006
Terry, outreach program coordinator, will be retiring after 13 years of dedicated service to the Institute.
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Goldwater Scholarship Program in the Sciences Announces 2006-2007 Deadline.
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Contributed by Christine Haase on 09/26/2006
At last, our 16-week session of Weight Watchers at Work is set to begin!
Where: HR Training Room, Administration Annex
Who: Open to the entire campus community
The first meeting is Monday, 2 October 2006. It’s not too late to join.
Details about the cost, payment options and links to appropriate forms can be found in Intercom at Weight Watchers Intercom Story
Please contact Christine Haase with any questions or concerns.
Faculty are invited to teach a mini-course as part of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, March 26-April 2, 2007
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Contributed by Andrew Kosinuk on 09/26/2006
Support the AIDS Working Group fall daffodil planting. Please join us Saturday, September 30 from 1-3 p.m. at the pond on the Public Safety/Physical Plant access road for the planting of over 2000 daffodil bulbs.
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Contributed by Erik Kibelsbeck on 09/26/2006
Steven Mauk will present a free program of saxophone music written by or for women over the last hundred years on Sunday, October 1 at 4:00 p.m. in the Hockett Family Recital Hall. Featured music will be by D'Indy, Maurice, Shrude, Gotkovsy, Quate and ter Velduis. Diane Birr will be the pianist.
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