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Contributed by Tracey Cross-Baker on 09/16/2003
The Office of Career Services would like to announce that four scholarships are now available for students who will be taking a Kaplan course.
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A September tradition, the annual Founder's Day Concert in the Park, this year will feature the Ithaca College Concert Band and the Ithaca College Symphonic Band. The free open-air concert takes place on Sunday, September 21, at 2:00 p.m. in DeWitt Park in downtown Ithaca. The rain location is Ford Hall in the James J. Whalen Center for Music at Ithaca College.
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Contributed by Krista Scott on 09/15/2003
A two-day intensive Fitzmaurice Voicework workshop will be held October 18-19 at Ithaca College. It will be taught by Krista Scott and Ruth Childs, certified instructors of Fitzmaurice Voicework.
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Joyce Carol Oates will visit Ithaca College on Monday, Sept. 22, as the Department of Writing's distinguished visiting writer. Her free public reading of her work will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Emerson Suites, Phillips Hall. Earlier, she will meet privately with writing majors and faculty to talk about her writing.
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Contributed by Marian Brown on 09/15/2003
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Contributed by Luca Maurer on 09/15/2003
The Office of Multicultural Affairs Center for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Education, Outreach, and Services will present "Out of the Closet and onto the Screen: Intersections of Sexuality and Culture in Film," a yearlong film series.
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Contributed by Sue Chaffee on 09/15/2003
The Office of Multicultural Affairs is pleased to announce clinical psychologist Eder Gongora Gomez will be visiting the campus this week for Latino Heritage Month.
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The School of Humanities and Sciences is pleased to announce Salman Rushdie as its next Distinguished Speaker in the Humanities. The public lecture will take place on Sunday, November 2, in the Ben Light Gymnasium, Hill Center. It will begin at 7:30 p.m., to be followed by a book signing. Further details to follow.
The 2003 conference of the Upstate New York Regional Peace Studies Consortium is being held at Ithaca College on Saturday, October 18. The event is being cohosted by the Office of the Provost of Ithaca College and the Peace Studies Program of Cornell University.
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Contributed by Susanne Morgan on 09/12/2003
Please join Mike Taves, director, and David Coleman, instructional Web and e-media developer, for an overview of instructional support services. They will demonstrate recent faculty projects and solicit your ideas for additional exciting projects.
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Contributed by Deborah Mohlenhoff on 09/12/2003
On September 17, the senior class executive board is making applications available to all seniors interested in joining the senior class cabinet for the class of 2004. There will be seven committee chair positions offered to make up the cabinet.
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Contributed by Michelle Hammond on 09/12/2003
The Nachi/Welchia worm has been detected on college-owned computers. Most college-owned computers should have been automatically patched and protected. However, if your college-owned computer displays a McAfee virus alert message regarding the Nachi worm, the computer is infected and MUST be patched and cleaned.
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Please join the Center for Teacher Education at this year's first Conversation at the Center. Professor Poonam Dev will present a workshop on "Inclusive Classrooms: Meeting the Needs of Our Students" on Wednesday, September 17, from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. The workshop will be held in 208 Friends Hall and is free and open to the public. Please contact the Center for Teacher Education at 274-1488 for more information.
As outlined in the September 11 issue of the Ithacan, the Department of Physical Therapy is proposing a curricular change that includes the awarding of a clinical doctoral degree.
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Over the past couple of years the proliferation of peer-to-peer (P2P) programs such as KaZaA and LimeWire have made it extremely easy to share copyrighted material such as music, movies, computer programs, and the like with others without the permission of the copyright holder. We are writing to remind you that engaging in this type of activity, without an educational purpose for doing so, is a violation of copyright law and College policy, and can put you at significant financial risk.
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You'll think you're dreaming ... you won't believe your eyes!
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The yearlong lecture series "Engaging Democracy and Troubling the Water" will kick off with three evenings of lectures exploring issues of citizenship, activism, and the environment.
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A workshop on using Degree Navigator in advising, a chance to meet our new College librarian, and a conversation about new instructional support services with Information Technology Services are the regularly scheduled faculty development events of the week for the Center for Faculty Excellence. In addition, we have two special workshops connected to the "Engaging Democracy and Troubling the Waters" series.
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