Intercom

intercom home  |  advanced search  |  about intercom  |  alerts  |  faq  |  help  |  rss  

user functions

Log into intercom now

Current Ithaca College community members may contribute stories and comments as well as view additional topics by logging in.

Reset My Password

roundup

E-mail
Roundup

Sign up to receive a summary of Intercom headlines via e-mail three times a week.

Biology Seminar on West Nile Virus

Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 09/08/2005 

Thursday, September 15
4:00 p.m. *

Susan J. Wong, Diagnostic Immunology Laboratory, Wadsworth Center, New York State Department of Health
"West Nile Virus Replication, Surveillance, and Serodiagnosis"

Everyone is welcome to attend!
Refreshments beforehand* (3:45-4:00pm) in first floor lobby. Please bring your own reusable mug for beverages. Reuse, reduce, recycle!

Read more . . . (70 words)

Join the IC employee chorus

Contributed by John Sigg on 09/08/2005 

If singing is on your to-do list, then you will want to join voICes this semester. voICes is an employee chorus starting its 5th year at Ithaca College.

Read more . . . (101 words)

September 13, 2005
12:15PM -to- 1:30PM
153 Uris Hall
Latin American Studies Program
Cornell University

Read more . . . (342 words)

Missed your chance to see Adam Sandler this summer? Now it's only three dollars in Textor 102 this weekend!

Read more . . . (45 words)

Responding to the crisis in the Gulf Coast area, Ithaca College has announced a twofold plan to assist families and students affected by Hurricane Katrina. First, the College will open its doors to children of alumni and any New York State resident who enrolled at an institution in the area devastated by Hurricane Katrina. Second, the campus is organizing a coordinated relief effort. Among the groups planning to assist in the recovery are two student organizations -- the African-Latino Society (ALS) and the American Red Cross at Ithaca College (ARC@IC) -- that are collaborating to raise money for victims of Hurricane Katrina.

Read more . . . (479 words)

Members of the campus community are invited to help celebrate the life of Kimberly Chu at an interfaith memorial service this Sunday, September 11, at 3:30 p.m. in Muller Chapel. The service was scheduled for this date in order to allow her family members to attend.

Read more . . . (51 words)

The Dismantling War Remix project for the First-Year Reading Initiative announces an on-going collaboration with the Human Studies Film Archive of the Smithsonian Institution. A live performance of the remix is slated for Monday, September 12, at 8 p.m. in Park Auditorium. It is free and open to the public.

Read more . . . (575 words)

Please join us at 7:00 p.m., Monday, September 12, 2005 in Emerson B for an intimate panel presentation and discussion about the ways in which others have been touched by loss and how they have found hope to face each day.

Read more . . . (96 words)

A tradition will continue at Ithaca College on Sunday, September 11, in commemoration of the fourth anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C. In a symbolic display representative of the World Trade Center towers, only the two center Dillingham Center fountains will be turned on for the day. President George W. Bush has proclaimed September 11 as Patriot Day and has asked Americans to observe the day with appropriate ceremonies and activities to honor the victims of the attacks.

How Faculty Members Can Support Students at Difficult Times

A special program from the Center for Faculty Excellence on Thursday, September 15, 4:00-5:00 p.m. in the Klingenstein Lounge.

Read more . . . (113 words)

John Krout, director of the Gerontology Institute, welcomes all faculty to read about opportunities available to them through the institute. His letter is posted on our new and improved website: www.ithaca.edu/aging.

The annual Rachel S. Thaler Concert Pianist Series at Ithaca College will bring renowned pianist Alex Slobodyanik to campus for a free recital on Saturday, September 10. Featuring sonatas by Beethoven and Prokofiev, etudes and a scherzo by Chopin, and Schumann's "Scenes from Childhood," the concert will begin at 8:15 p.m. in Ford Hall in the James J. Whalen Center for Music.

Read more . . . (171 words)

Please join us for an intimate panel presentation and discussion about the ways in which others have been touched by loss and how they have found hope to face each day.

Read more . . . (109 words)

Homecoming Weekend Golf Tournament

Contributed by Jamie Drahos on 09/07/2005 

Sign up today in the Fitness Center for the Homecoming Weekend Golf Tournament.

Read more . . . (57 words)

Web Site Development

Contributed by John Barr on 09/07/2005 

Do you need to develop a web site outside of the Ithaca College Web Profile
Manager?

Read more . . . (127 words)

Zach Wilson, a junior Television-Radio major, was selected by MTV-U to do an on-camera interview with and music-video director and Ithaca College alumni Mark Romanek 81 on a show called "Fifteen minutes with...."

Read more . . . (90 words)

Simon Tarr and Changhee Chun from the Cinema and Photography department took home top honors from the juried competitive exhibitions at the 2005 University Film and Video Association Conference in Chicago.

Read more . . . (60 words)

View Your Pay Online

Contributed by Donna Veres on 09/07/2005 

Ithaca College no longer prints paper direct deposit advices for our student employees. You can view your pay online!

Read more . . . (284 words)

Gary Sforzo (ESS) Gets Published!

Contributed by Jackie Wandell on 09/06/2005 

Sforzo,G.A. (2005). "Assessing outcomes with computer-based vs. traditional paper-based testing: A preliminary study. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 16 (1), 97-107.

Chip Gagnon's book The Myth of Ethnic War: Serbia and Croatia in the 1990s
(Cornell Univ Press, 2004) received the American Political Science Association's
Best Book on European Politics and Society Award at its annual convention in
Washington DC on Sept 3. The award is given for the best book published on
European Politics and Society in the previous year. Chip is Associate Professor
in the Dept. of Politics.

recent stories

News and Notices

Arts and Performances

Learning Opportunities

News for Faculty

News for Students

Student Organizations

HR News

Technology

Kudos

Archive