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Stephen Sweet, associate professor of sociology; IC student Justine Lewis '11; and Judi Casey of Boston College have published their article, "Connecting Motherhood to Work: Teaching Resources and Strategies," in the journal Women’s Studies Quarterly

The article will appear in the fall/winter 2009 issue. 

Learn to Row Clinic

Contributed by Becky Robinson on 09/03/2009 

The Ithaca College Crew coaching staff will be offering a Learn to Row Clinic on Saturday, September 12, from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. at the Haskill Davidson Boathouse. It is free and open to all Ithaca College faculty and staff.

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Notice to Student Employees

Contributed by Donna Veres on 09/03/2009 

Due to a printing error, student payroll checks for September 4 do not display the total hours worked. You can find this information on your online payslip in Parnassus. When you log into Parnassus, click on "IC Student Employee Self Service" and then on "Payslip Information."

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The Center for Faculty Excellence and the School of Business invite you to a faculty workshop on Friday, September 18, from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. in room 114 of the Park Center for Business and Sustainable Enterprise. The session will be led by Professor Jane Stead of the Department of Management and Marketing at East Tennessee State University.

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Like to hike? 

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Each year Ithaca College employees combine efforts to really reach out and help the people of Tompkins County and surrounding counties. It's a way of strengthening our neighborhoods and creating positive changes in our communities.

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2010 Last Chance

Contributed by Alyssa Cooper on 09/03/2009 

Last chance to vote for your Senior Class Gift.

Vote Now

Voting closes this Friday, September 4.

Catholic Mass Schedule

Contributed by Melinda Butler on 09/03/2009 

Weekly Catholic Mass at Muller Chapel

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Urban Cowboy Is Coming!

Contributed by Amanda Roselli on 09/03/2009 

*A western rodeo with an urban twist!*

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 GREAT NEW OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE.  NEED YOUR ENTHUSIASM

There is a new organization called Leadership Enterprise for Achievement and Diversity in Education (LEAD in Education).  

 

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Climbing Wall Passes

Contributed by Kathy Farley on 09/02/2009 

Climbing Wall passes go on sale today (Wednesday, September 2) at the Fitness Center front desk. These passes are for the climbing wall "open hours" only. 

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Asma Barlas, professor and director of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity, gave the keynote address at the fourth annual Ramadan Iftar, organized by Turning Point for Women and Families in New York on August 29.

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A few weeks ago ITS announced that Webmail is being integrated with myHome, and that as of the end of the Fall 2009 semester, myHome will be the sole access point for Webmail. ITS is very pleased to report that literally thousands of new users have switched over to, or are at least exploring, the myHome environment since that announcement.

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The first Sustainability Café of the fall 2009 series has the theme, "Power to the Planet: Using Large-Scale Solar Energy to Achieve CO2 Reductions." 

This Café, being held in conjunction with the Environmental Seminar and the Chemistry Seminar, will be held on Tuesday, September 8, at 4:00 p.m. in 112 Center for Natural Sciences.

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Ithaca College Television's NewsWatch 16 was awarded first place in the college television competition by the New York State Associated Press Broadcasters Association. News director Bryan Mercer and producer Becky Goodling were in attendance.

Busking the Big Apple, a documentary on street performers in New York City, won the grand prize at the Association of Higher Education Campus Television Administrators (AHECTA) 2009 National Student Production contest. The documentary was produced by Chris Cucci, Chris Burt, and Sarah Justine Woodhouse.

Three other ICTV programs were recognized with Honorable Mentions by AHECTA, including: Game Over, produced by Dan Hirsch and Natalie Shoemaker; Gourmet for a Day, produced by Allison Gainza and Stu Kenney; and History of ICTV, produced by Bryan Mercer.

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Changhee Chun, associate professor in the Department of Cinema, Photography, and Media Arts, finished his documentary, Lost Baggage. The film is a glimpse into the lives of migrant workers in South Korea.

He screened the film at the University Film and Video Association Conference (UFVA) Formal Screening in New Orleans in August.

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Catholic Community Late Night!

Contributed by Melinda Butler on 09/02/2009 

Food, Fun, and Fatigue!

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Career Services is pleased to announce that since August 25, 24 new jobs, 4 new internships and 2 part-time opportunities have been made available to Ithaca College students and alumni.  Full descriptions and application information can be found on eRecruiting.

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The Ithaca College Sinfonietta is a newly formed orchestral ensemble open to all Ithaca College and Cornell students. We currently have room for oboe, bassoon, horn, trombone, and strings. Both music majors and non-music majors are encouraged to join--no audition is required.

The concert will be Sunday November 15th at 9pm and rehearsals will be held week on Mondays from 6-7:50pm in Presser rehearsal hall at the Whalen Center for Music on the Ithaca College Campus.

If you are interested in participating please email Jesse Livingston at: jdliving1983@gmail.com

REACH stands for Responsibility, Education, and Action for Campus Health. REACH is a  student run organization committed to promoting, supporting, and educating our peers about healthy and fulfilling lifestyles at Ithaca College.

It's a new year and we have new goals!  We are excited to learn, discuss, and educate our peers about healh topics including mental health, nutrition/eating disorders, stress management, alcohol and other drugs, sexuality, and MORE!

 

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