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Contributed by Anonymous on 03/16/2005
The first Jewish Studies Career Night will give students from across campus the opportunity to explore careers in Jewish communal service.
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Contributed by Nancy Pringle on 03/16/2005
On Tuesday, March 29, the Office of the Vice President and College Counsel will launch a new monthly series entitled Legal Briefs.
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The Office of Multicultural Affairs is now accepting nominations for the 2005 Senior Toast Awards. All staff, faculty, and students of Ithaca College are encougaged to nominate deserving ALANA, LGBT and HEOP graduating seniors.
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Contributed by Christopher Wheatley on 03/16/2005
106-VIC Radio is broadcasting the annual 50 Hour Marathon this weekend. Can DJs Petau and Kokes stay awake and on the air for 50 hours? Tune in to find out!
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Contributed by Susanne Morgan on 03/16/2005
The Center for Faculty Excellence announces a series of workshops on designing and assessing courses for significant learning May 23-27. "Creating Significant Learning Experiences" on Monday and Tuesday features L. Dee Fink and "Assessment and the Learning Portfolio" on Wednesday features Eileen M. Herteis.
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Are there lab or e-classroom computers and network printers in your area scheduled for replacement this summer under the Technology Renewal Program? If so, we ask that you take a moment to insure that these items are listed correctly in the Ithaca College assets database.
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Flutist Kelly Covert will present a free recital of music written in the United States on Sunday, March 20, at 7:00 pm in the Hockett Family Recital Hall.
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Baritone Angus Godwin will present a free recital on Sunday, March 20, at 4:00 pm in the Hockett Family Recital Hall.
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Contributed by Erik Kibelsbeck on 03/16/2005
After spending spring break performing at venues throughout New York and New Jersey, the Ithaca College Choir, led by Lawrence Doebler, will return home and present its tour program at Ithaca College on Saturday, March 19. The free performance will begin at 8:15 p.m. in Ford Hall in the Whalen Center.
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Contributed by Anne Woodard on 03/16/2005
With just under a month to go and with over 90 featured items already in house, the Bursar's Benefit Auction will fulfill your every dream! Today we will focus on some of the items that are especially for you -- things that you can pamper yourself with at your leisure.
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Contributed by Karen McGavin on 03/15/2005
Three architectural firms participating in the design competition for the new School of Business building will be making presentations on Monday and Tuesday, March 21 and 22 in the Hockett Recital Hall in the Whalen Center. All members of the campus community interested in seeing these presentations are welcome to attend.
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Contributed by Maria Russell on 03/15/2005
It is a great pleasure to announce that the board of directors of the American Chemical Society has approved the award of an ACS Petroleum Research Grant in the amount of $35,000 to Professor Akiko Fillinger.
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Contributed by Luca Maurer on 03/15/2005
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The purchasing department offers the following guidelines to all departments for capital budget purchases for the budget year 2005-2006:
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Contributed by Jack Rossen on 03/15/2005
The 2005 C.P. Snow Scholar Award deadline is Thursday, March 24
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Contributed by Sharon Mazzarella on 03/14/2005
Department of Television and Radio associate professor Sharon R. Mazzarella has published her second book, Girl Wide Web: Girls, the Internet, and the Negotiation of Idenity. The book, which Mazzarella edited and for which she wrote two chapters, was released by Peter Lang Publishers last week.
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The annual Spring Faculty Conference takes place on Tuesday, May 10, from 9:00 until noon in the Clark Lounge. Open to everyone, the conference features five presentations by seven faculty members from all schools and DIIS. The full schedule is at the Center for Faculty Excellence site.
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Michelle C. Berry, a lecturer in the television-radio department at the Roy H. Park School of Communications, recently appeared on the National Public Radio (NPR) affiliate, WSKG Radio, on the show "Off the Page."
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Contributed by Richard Couture on 03/14/2005
The Department of Physical Plant's division of Construction Planning and Design has put together a listing of all approved construction and renovation projects for the summer of 2005.
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A $10,088 National Science Foundation-RUI supplement has been awarded for Susan's summer project entitled Collaborative: Evolution of Host Use by Blepharoneura (Diptera: Tephritidae) on Guraniinae (Cucurbitaceae) Plants.
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