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Contributed by Doreen Hettich-Atkins on 01/13/2010
Don't miss this exciting slate of workshops for MLK Week. Topics include a Talking Circle on Race and Racism, a discussion of Modern Day Abolitionism, information about the building of a community memorial to remember the men lynched by a mob in the 1920s in Minnesota, a discussion of the IC Climate Action Plan, and a discussion with President Rochon entitled "Comfort and Challenge in 2010".
For more information, keep reading or visit the MLK Website for information about all of the exciting activities planned to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as we challenge the campus community to think about "Where Do You Stand?"
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Contributed by Melissa Gattine on 01/13/2010
Nancy Cornwell, professor and chair in the Department of Television-Radio, gave a two-part interview with WHCU that aired on December 28, 2009 during the Morning NewsWatch program. The interview focused on the implications of Comcast purchasing NBC Universal. Podcasts are on on the radio station's website, http://www.whcu870.com.
Contributed by Cheryl Gunther on 01/13/2010
Students entering Ithaca College in the spring will be attending Winter Welcome Orientation on Friday, January 22 – Sunday, January 24.
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Announcing the Spring 2010 Semester of Ithaca College's Newest Choral Ensemble: All-Campus!/All-Inclusive!/All-Majors!
Contributed by Erik Kibelsbeck on 01/13/2010
The Campus Choral Ensemble is a vocal ensemble open to any student at Ithaca College. There are no auditions for this ensemble. The Ithaca College Campus Choral Ensemble is intended primarily for the non-music major who would like to sing in a large vocal ensemble. The course may be taken for 0, .5, or 1 credit. One concert is scheduled each semester; the spring concert date is during typical rehearsal time on Thursday, April 22.
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“Work/Life Lines” connect you to hot topics each month which bring awareness or provide support to you around the integration of work and life.
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Contributed by Fred Chandra on 01/12/2010
Still deciding about the RA position? Hear what current RA Anthony Derrick has to say about his experiences helpings others one campus.
Have a friend who you think would be a great RA? Please pass this information on to them so they can apply.
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Contributed by BJ Wilson on 01/12/2010
The Ithaca College Caregiver Support Group will meet Friday, January 15, Noon - 1:00 p.m. in the Gerontology Institute Resource Room (413 CHS).
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Quoted in the media: Ithaca College President Tom Rochon and professor Don Beachler.
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Contributed by Kathy Farley on 01/12/2010
The Outdoor Recreation Equipment Center (OREC) is open.
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Contributed by Shyrlee A. Hammond on 01/11/2010
(VITA) - 2009 Tax Preparation
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The Bookstore and Mac's General Store will be closed on Wednesday, January 13th for the Winter Festival. We will re-open again on Thursday at 8:30am.
Contributed by Nancy Reynolds on 01/10/2010
Start the new decade in a healthy way by putting the Wellness Wednesdays lunch series on your calendar! All programs will be held from noon-12:50 pm in the Cayuga Lake Room of the Campus Center. Bring your lunch and enjoy a free cup of coffee, bottled water, or a dessert.
The series will begin on January 27th with an opportunity to learn about some of the latest tools for measuring and managing your stress level. "Biofeedback: How Relaxed Are You?" will be presented by Paul Mikowski, Psychologist in the Center for Counseling & Wellness.
IC students, faculty, and staff are all welcome.
For the complete spring schedule, visit the Center for Health Promotion website.
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Contributed by Joanne Hindman on 01/10/2010
The Web Profile Manager development team is pleased to announce that staff profiles will be available to all Ithaca College staff beginning January 11, 2010.
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Contributed by Fred Chandra on 01/08/2010
Have a few moments over the break? It's the perfect time to fill out an RA application. Beat the rush and get your application in today.
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Sign ups begin on Monday, January 11th for Yoga, Pilates, T'ai Chi and Massage at the Fitness Center.
The Aerobics schedule will be available later in the week.
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Contributed by Karen Serbonich on 01/08/2010
Between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 13, all Mail Services staff -- including the Phillips Hall Post Office -- will be attending their divisional winter festival
There will be morning delivery AND collection of mail. You can expect mail delivery to occur between 8:45am and 10:00am on Wednesday.
There will be afternoon delivery of Express and 2nd day packages. Ground packages will be delivered if time permits.
The FedEx and mail afternoon pick-up schedule will still occur.
The Mail Center will be staffed with a student worker but will be closed for shipping during this time. The Phillips Hall Post Office will not be staffed from 10:00am – 1pm.
Contact the Mail Center at 274-3371 if you have any questions.
This is really my last day of work.
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Naeem Inayatullah publishes book Savage Economics: Wealth, Poverty and the Temporal Walls of Capitalism
Contributed by Chip Gagnon on 01/08/2010
Naeem Inayatullah has just published Savage Economics: Wealth, Poverty and the Temporal Walls of Capitalism (Routledge, January 2010). Situated in the overlap between economic anthropology, history of economic thought, and international relations theory, this book opens the way for different understanding of wealth and poverty under capitalism.
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Please be aware that we now process online timecards on a biweekly basis. This means that non exempt staff and students will report time every other week instead of every week. Timecards need to be submitted and approved the Monday before pay day. Please visit the Payroll Office's website for the biweekly pay schedule.
Contributed by Judy Smith on 01/08/2010
The Society for the History of Psychology has named Barney Beins the inaugural Teaching of Psychology Editor for its journal,Teaching of Psychology.
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