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Christopher Harper taught at Ithaca College from 1997 until last May and served as the first Park Distinguished Chair of Communications. He has now moved to Temple University in Philadelphia, where he has been appointed to the Department of Journalism and granted tenure.
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Hey Yankee Fans!! Join us for our bus trip to the Yankees vs. Kansas City home game.
Saturday, August 27, 2005 (game time 1:05 pm)
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Allison Woodard (art, '07) was crowned the new "Ithaca Idol" at the Ithaca Relay for Life July 8-9. One of eight contestants, Allison sang two numbers by Stevie Wonder and won the popular vote by receiving the most dollar votes after the contest.
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On July 8-9, a team of 37 Ithaca College faculty, staff, students, alumni, family and friends participated in the American Cancer Society Relay for Life Tompkins County 2005 as part of the IC Hope team. Despite the rainy weather, a number of other IC Community members stopped by the Ithaca High School track to walk, talk, and support the team.
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With a nod to the ancient poet, the new student information system has been officially named Homer. “We wanted a name that could be fun, easy to remember, and had some unique connection to the College,” said steering committee chair Chris Knauer.
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Heinz Koch, Chemistry, will be presenting "Proton Transfer Between Carbon Acids and Methanolic Sodium Methoxide, Kinetics and Calculations", co-authored by Vincent DeTuri, at the 17th International Symposium in Shanghai, China.
Darius J. Conger (economics) presented a paper entitled "Is there an Earnings Payoff to Timely Degree Completion? Wages and Work Before and After the Undergraduate Degree" at the 45th annual Association for Institutional Research forum in San Diego, California, on May 31, 2005.
Susan is pleased to announce their recent publication. The article is co-authored by a former student, Mihai Aldea.
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Hugh is leaving Ithaca College for a new professional opportunity in South Carolina.
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Contributed by John Fracchia on 07/13/2005
Career Services wishes to inform the community that as of September 5, 2005, we will no longer be producing Jobline, our weekly job and internship bulletin. We have been using an excellent on-line resource, eRecruiting, for several years and have decided that it is time to transition all opportunities into this system.
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The Office of Judicial Affairs is currently seeking staff and faculty justices for the 2005-6 academic year
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As a reminder, all Ithaca College employees are invited to our traditional summer ice cream social on
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Contributed by Jeffrey Scott on 07/12/2005
It is with a great deal of sadness that I inform the College community of
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Contributed by Melissa Gattine on 07/11/2005
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The student employment office and the payroll office are jointly offering training to the supervisors of student employees on two occasions this summer.
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The Ithaca College Purchasing Department is pleased to cosponsor an OfficeMax Lunch 'n' Learn office supplies seminar on Friday, July 15, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Klingenstein Lounge, Campus Center.
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Facilities services is asking for your patience and understanding July 15-31.
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Contributed by Debra Meeker on 07/06/2005
The catering department of Dining Service at Ithaca College is proud to do its part to help promote sustainability by using new recycleable cups made from PLA (Poly Lactic Acid). These cups are clear with the Ithaca College seal imprinted and are 100% annually renewable and fully compostable.
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