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Another annual “Day of Learning!” has come and gone … and what a magnificent day – THANK YOU! From the “behind the scenes” folks in Conference & Events, Physical Plant and Recreational Sports, to those who took time and enthusiastically taught and attended the workshops offered throughout the day; you are why Ithaca College is what it is – A Great Place to Work! Again, I would like to thank each and every Ithaca College employee that has made this event a resounding success, and I look forward to next year’s “Day of Learning!”
Contributed by Maureen Forrest on 06/16/2006
TCAT will provide free bus service between downtown and Ithaca College for the community fireworks show on Monday night, July 3. This is the tenth year that TCAT (Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit) has offered the service, according to Fran Benedict, chair of the volunteer committee that organizes the annual fireworks shows.
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ITS is proud to announce the introduction of the latest series of workshops – Institutional Information Systems! This new set of workshops will teach you about ARGUS and other reporting-related systems on campus.
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Dr. Janice Elich Monroe, CTRS Associate Professor in the Department of Therapeutic Recreation and Leisure Services and a Gerontology Institute Faculty Fellow has been selected to be a member of the editorial board for the Gerontology Geriatrics Education Journal.
The Campus Center Dining Hall is in need of summer workers.
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Contributed by April Johanns on 06/14/2006
It is with great sadness that I inform the Ithaca College community of the death of Ken (Foxhole) DeGraff. Ken passed away Saturday, June 10, 2006, at his home in Slaterville Springs, NY.
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Contributed by Marian Brown on 06/14/2006
A notice provided to TCAT bus riders details a change to Route 11, 12, and 65, effective Monday, June 12. The TCAT bus stop at Textor Hall has moved to the Roy H. Park building.
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Contributed by Lillian Tavelli on 06/14/2006
The handicap spaces in E lot will be moved while they are running the utilities for the New Business Building from Monday, June 19 to Friday, June 23.
Contributed by Karen McGavin on 06/14/2006
Come and learn more about the plans for the Athletics and Events Center and Gateway Building Projects.
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Contributed by Patricia Zimmermann on 06/14/2006
The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF) at Ithaca College and the 7th Art Corporation, the non profit organization which operates Cinemapolis and Fall Creek Cinemas downtown, announce the launch of new collaborative partnership, The City Series.
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A section E lot, North West of the flagpole will be closed starting June 19 thru June 23. Four handicapped and one temporary parking spaces will be closed during the week for construction purposes.
Contributed by Fred Chandra on 06/13/2006
The RA Training committee is exploring the possibility of hosting a panel discussion of former RAs and Residential Life professionals.
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It’s official! As of June 1, 2006, the H&S Teacher Education Program and the Center for Teacher Education have merged to form the newest department in H&S and at the College – the Education Department.
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To ensure that College-owned computers are kept as clean and safe as possible from viruses and spyware, ITS is deploying the latest version of McAfee VirusScan with an anti-spyware module.
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Contributed by Erik Kibelsbeck on 06/12/2006
There will be four free public concerts associated with the Ithaca College Flute Institute. All will take place in the Hockett Family Recital Hall.
Contributed by Julie Chambers on 06/12/2006
Speech-Language Pathology graduate students Nicole Sgobbo (MS '01) and Anne Coleman (MS '01) participated in a collaborative research project with the occupational therapy program at the Medical School of Ohio.
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Take a look at our newsletter created for users of the financial system in Parnassus! We hope you find it informative and helpful as you work in Parnassus.
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Contributed by Karen McGavin on 06/09/2006
The search committee for the Associate Vice President for Human Resources has diligently reviewed the credentials of over 80 applicants for this position during the spring semester and narrowed the field to three individuals, two of whom have visited the campus.
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Contributed by Susanne Morgan on 06/09/2006
On behalf of the Center for Faculty Excellence, I wish to express my great admiration and deep appreciation for the outstanding leadership by our faculty and staff in making this year’s Summer Institute, Implementing the Mission, a great success. More than 70 people participated in at least one session, and the quality of the sessions was excellent. In particular, Michael Smith, Assistant Professor of History and Fellow in the Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, provided skillful facilitation of the two viewings of the film Declining by Degrees, and a stimulating, well-designed workshop on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning as a capstone to the event. He also served as a co-designer of the entire institute.
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Contributed by Marian Brown on 06/08/2006
On Thursday, June 22, at 6:30 p.m. in Center for Natural Sciences Room 112, Ithaca College will host a short presentation by the TCLocal about our diminishing energy resources and what the Tompkins County community can do about the problem. This talk will be followed by a screening of the newly-released Community Solutions film, "The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil." This event is free and open to the public.
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