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From August 13 to17, fourteen Ithaca College students, escorted by faculty members Jack Hrkach and Norm Johnson, visited perhaps the most famous theater festival in the world -- the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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The culture and communication program in the Division of Interdisciplinary and International Studies opens its season of First Fridays Salons discussions on September 10 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. in Park 220.

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Academic Advising Workshops

Contributed by David Dresser on 09/05/2004 

The Center for Faculty Excellence, the Office of Academic Achievement and Advising, and the registrar are pleased to announce a series of cosponsored workshops on academic advising.

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With the start of the fall semester, we're returning to the twice-a-week schedule of e-mail roundups from Intercom.

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Timothy Johnson, assistant professor of music and chair of graduate studies in music, has published a book entitled, Baseball and the Music of Charles Ives: A Proving Ground (Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press, 2004).

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The History Center in Tompkins County presents Media Construction of War with Chris Sperry on Wednesday, September 8, at 5:30 p.m.

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ITS wants to remind everyone of several notification tools that are available to keep members of the campus community informed about computer system or network problems and scheduled service interruptions.

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Faculty and staff who intend to drive College-owned or rented vehicles need their driving record checked once every two academic years.

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Starting this semester, IDExpress can be used off campus.

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The Office of Career Services would like to announce that four scholarships are now available for students who are interested in taking a Kaplan preparation course.

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Matthew Fee joined the Park School in August as the new director of the Park Scholars Program.

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IC Physics senior, David Whelan, is spending his holiday weekend using the 200 inch telescope at Palomar Observatory near San Diego California.

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Book by Scott Erickson

Contributed by Scott Erickson on 09/02/2004 

From Knowledge to Intelligence: Creating Competitive Advantage in the Next Economy by Helen N. Rothberg (Marist College) and G. Scott Erickson (Ithaca College School of Business) is being published on September 3, 2004 by Butterworth-Heinemann (Elsevier).

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Project Vote Smart's Voter's Self-Defense, presented on September 21 at 7:00 pm in the Emerson Suites, is a one-hour lecture/video presentation on ways we can protect ourselves from media manipulation and negative campaigning .

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David Marcus will serve as scholar in residence in the journalism department for the 2004-5 academic year.

Marcus began his journalism career in 1982 as an education reporter for the Miami Herald. Since then, working as a staff writer, columnist, and foreign correspondent for various newspapers, he has traveled to nearly 50 countries covering a range of events, including the rise of terrorism and the breakup of the Soviet Union.

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Student-Centered Activities for Large Enrollment Classes: Physics as a Case Study is the first colloquium, on Thursday, September 9, 12:10-1:00 in CNS 112. Note the atypical location. Refreshments will be provided.

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Are you experiencing difficulties with an aging parent or family member while continuing to juggle a job and family?

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The Handwerker Gallery is pleased to announce its first exhibition of the 2004 -2005 academic year. "Image/Word: The Intersection of Art and Literature" opens Thursday, September 2.

"Image/Word" features prints by Salvador Dali as well as contemporary book art by Nancy Callahan, Judith Levey-Kurlander and Zevi Blum, Buzz Spector, Susan Weisend, and artists from the Wells College Book Art Center.

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Service Learning -- Sociology

Contributed by Jonathan Laskowitz on 09/01/2004 

Instructor of sociology Sarah Rubenstein-Gillis MSW, CSW contributed a description of the service learning component of her course on family violence to the latest edition of Teaching About Families: A Collection of Essays, Syllabi, Projects and Assignments.

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John Confer Presents with Students

Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 09/01/2004 

Two presentations were given at international conferences recently by associate professor of biology John Confer jointly with his students.

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