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Psychology students Katherine Lawrence ('06), Kumar Yogeeswaren ('06), and Zhivka Petkova ('06) won the Florence L. Denmark Award for Outstanding Poster for a presentation of their research at the 14th Annual Pace University Psychology Conference last spring.

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Sport Club Information Session

Contributed by Jamie Drahos on 08/24/2006 

Attention all officers of sport clubs! There is a mandatory meeting on Tuesday, August 29th in Textor 102 for new and returning sport clubs. The performance and recreation clubs will meet at 5:30pm, and the competitive clubs will meet at 7:00pm. The meeting will explain the registration process as well as policies and procedures of Recreational Sports.

If you have further questions, please contact Jamie at 274-1063 or Sarah at 274-3290.

Returning students, I hope you are looking forward to another exciting year at Ithaca College and that you had a productive yet restful summer.

New students, welcome to Ithaca College. I hope that you will have an enjoyable and rewarding experience here at Ithaca College.

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Fall 2006 student driver safety classes have been scheduled for the semester.

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On Thursday, August 24, the web team is launching a new website for the College.

The team has been working for a year now on the Web Infrastructure and Branding Initiative (WIBI), and they're very excited to share our work with the campus.

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OMA Welcome BBQ

Contributed by Denine Nalls-Kirby on 08/24/2006 

To all ALANA Students:

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Take It or Leave It Sale

Contributed by Mark Darling on 08/23/2006 

Items donated and rescued from trash dumpsters will be available the Sixth Annual Take It or Leave It (TIOLI) Yard Sale starting on Sunday.

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You've Been Spotted!

Contributed by Mark Darling on 08/23/2006 

For the next two weeks REMP will be rewarding members of the campus community who are carrying a reusable mug.

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The following announcement has been prepared by Peter Bardaglio, Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Brian McAree, Vice President for Student Affairs and Campus Life.

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Come and join us for a Cardio Machine informational session. Open to everyone. It will include instructions on how to use the cardio equipment in the Fitness Center.

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Find out more at our informational meeting on Wednesday, August 30th in Textor 102. Women will meet at 6 PM and men will meet at 7:30 PM. We will teach you how to row in our novice program and how to train to be a champion!

Starting Wednesday, August 30, the indoor pool will be open during the following hours for open swim time:

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Among the upcoming events planned or co-sponsored by the Center for Faculty Excellence are a series of workshops next week on Problem Based Learning, a series of discussions on Critical Race Theory beginning in early September, and of course the All-College Group Mentoring Program.

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The City of Ithaca’s Aurora Street Sewer Pipes Replacement Project is expected to begin after the first of September 2006.

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Scott R. Hamula, Associate Professor and Director of the Integrated Marketing Communications degree program, had his research, “Sales Promotion as Nontraditional Revenue: A Comparison of Television and Radio,” published in the most recent issue of the <a href="">Journal of Promotion Management, Volume: 12 Issue: 2 p19-33</a> (2006).

The Roy H. Park School of Communications is happy to announce that Dr. Diane Gayeski has been named to a three-year term as the associate dean for academic initiatives in the Park School.

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Two Invitations

Contributed by Winsome Wade-Compton on 08/22/2006 

Submitted on behalf of Asma Barlas, professor and program director of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity.

Dear Colleagues:

I am writing to extend two invitations. First, please join Sean Eversley-Bradwell, Alan Gomez, Winsome Wade-Compton, and myself on September 22 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. for an open house at the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (CHS 101). (If you'll be teaching then, feel free to drop by any time from 10:00 a.m. onwards to see where we are located and to meet us.)

Second, I am in the process of reconstituting the Steering Committee of the Center and am writing to ask those of you who teach about (or work on) issues of race /ethnicity to consider serving on it for a three-year term. The Committee functions in both a policy-making and an advisory capacity and works with the director to establish the Center's programs and priorities.

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The Purchasing Department is pleased to announce negotiated special 2007 rates for the new Country Inn and Suites 58-room hotel currently being constructed south of our college on Route 96B near the corner of King Road (across from Sam Peter Furniture and Big Al’s).

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Ithaca College Concerts announces its 2006–7 season of “Extreme Chamber Music” featuring several nontraditional chamber ensembles in three concerts. All concerts begin at 8:15 p.m. in Ford Hall in the James J. Whalen Center for Music.

* Tuesday, October 24: Piano soloist Menahem Pressler and the Prague Chamber Orchestra.
* Friday, February 2, 2007: The Turtle Island String Quartet will perform with the guitar duo the Assad Brothers.
* Tuesday, March 20: The Imani Winds woodwind quintet.

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Changes in the Provost’s Office

Contributed by Cindy Neal on 08/21/2006 

From Peter W. Bardaglio, provost and vice president for academic affairs:

With the new academic year just around the corner, I wanted to inform you of important changes I am making in the Provost’s Office.

Effective immediately, Cindy Neal assumes the duties and responsibilities of my chief of staff.

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