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Contributed by Kalil Telage on 05/04/2009
Kal Telage, of the Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, recently presented a PowerPoint presentation, "Strategies for Building PowerPoint Architecture for E-Learning."
The paper was given at the International Conference on Teaching and Learning in Jacksonville, Florida.
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Contributed by John Kruger on 05/04/2009
The Office of Admission has finalized its Finger Lakes Tour date as well as prospective student program dates for the fall 2009 semester, as well as dates for accepted-student programs in the spring 2010 semester.
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Contributed by Melissa Gattine on 05/04/2009
Nine Park School students had their work featured on WCNY, the PBS affiliate in Syracuse, in April. The station aired a 30-minute special devoted to three documentaries that were filmed as assignments for the fall 2008 Nonfiction Production class, which was taught by Professor John Scott.
Postage rates are changing for domestic and international mail.
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Contributed by Melissa Gattine on 05/04/2009
Mara Alper's latest documentary, Visions of the Huichol, was invited to be exhibited at the Kampo Museum, an art museum in Kyoto, Japan, in November 2009. It will be an intrinsic part of an exhibit of Mexican Huichol (pronounced "WE-chol") tribal art curated by Aurelio Asiain, a Mexican diplomat in Japan.
Segments of the documentary to be exhibited include how the intricate art is made, daily life in the mountain villages, healing rituals and ceremonial events. These segments are part of a one-hour documentary which Alper is editing in bilingual versions.
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Thank you to everyone who donated to the Ithaca College and Cornell University Fight MS Team for the Walk on May 3, 2009.
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After fundraising for the past two years, IC SafeWater has reached its goal of $10,000 to provide clean water and sanitation to villages in Ethiopia!
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Contributed by Bernard Beins on 05/03/2009
Ten students and four faculty members were inducted into Sigma Xi, the scientific research society, on April 29. The students and faculty were elected to membership because of their research achievements or potential.
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Contributed by Helene Larin on 05/03/2009
Associate professor Hélène Larin, PT, Ph.D., was invited by the Bahrain Physical Therapy Association (BPTA) to present at the fourth International BPTA Conference, April 18-19, 2009, in Manama, Bahrain.
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Contributed by David Maley on 05/03/2009
Update (May 20, 2009): The College has lifted its ban on College-sponsored travel to Mexico. Please see this May 20 Intercom story for more details.
As of May 3, the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) continues to recommend that U.S. travelers avoid all nonessential travel to Mexico because of the spread and severity of the H1N1 influenza (swine flu) in that country.
Some of the U.S. swine flu cases have been linked to persons who have traveled to Mexico. The CDC is concerned that travel to Mexico presents a serious health risk for the traveler and for others who might be exposed to the flu upon the traveler's return to the United States.
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Gladys Varona-Lacey Named to College Board's Inaugural Advanced Placement Higher Education Advisory Committee
Contributed by Michael Richardson on 05/03/2009
Professor of Spanish Gladys Varona-Lacey was named to the College Board's inaugural Advanced Placement Higher Education Advisory Committee.
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Contributed by Michael Richardson on 05/01/2009
Assistant professor of German James Pfrehm gave a talk at the Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference in Banff, Canada, entitled, "The Role of Age in Austrians' Perceptions of the Frequency of Use and Likability of Lexical Teutonisms and Austriacisms: Quantitative Consideration."
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The Faculty Development Committee and the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs are pleased to announce the five recipients of the 2008-9 Faculty Excellence Awards. The recipients are:
New criteria this year emphasized exceptional performance in all areas of the faculty role, including teaching, scholarship, and service. This year's award recipients are recognized for a wide variety of accomplishments, such as innovative teaching, significant scholarly achievements, exemplary service, and demonstrated support for key College values and initiatives.
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Submitted on behalf of Mark Coldren, vice president for human resources.
The Office of Human Resources will be holding a few more 90-minute workshops to help you prepare, facilitate, and document your one-on-one meetings, and familiarize you with two new forms:
Goals Review Form (Microsoft Word 2007 document)
Goals Self Review (Microsoft Word 2007 document)
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High demand has led the Center for Faculty Excellence to close the June 9 faculty workshop, "Preparing a Winning Book Proposal," with Sheri Englund. We will keep a waiting list in case of cancellations; please write to Susanne Morgan.
Come relieve the stress of finals with some great events at the dining halls!
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Contributed by David Maley on 05/01/2009
Services have been scheduled for Andrea Celeste Morton '10, a clinical health studies major who passed away on Wednesday, April 29.
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Join us on Sunday, May 10, for our Mothers’ Day Brunch taking place at the Tower Club restaurant from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
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Contributed by Art Gilmore on 05/01/2009
Get cash for your used textbooks and present your textbook receipt at the check counter to get 20 percent off one regular-priced clothing item at the IC Bookstore.
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Contributed by Brooke Hansen on 05/01/2009
During Summer Session I you can learn about Native cultures and visit local Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Nations and work at a Cayuga archaeological dig!
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