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Subscriptions to the 2009-10 theater season include tickets to five productions and are available for as little as $25. Call 607-274-3224 to inquire about subscribing or for tickets to any of our productions. Help celebrate the new Dillingham Center and enjoy terrific theater!

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Congratulations to Maura Stephens, editor of the Ithaca College magazine ICView, published by the Office of Marketing Communications, who was honored as one of the area's "20 Outstanding Women You Should Know" at Women’s Expo 2009.

Sponsored by Cayuga Radio Group, the annual award recognizes women selected for their interesting and inspiring stories from the hundreds of nominees with diverse careers and volunteer activities.

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On behalf of the search committee for the associate provost for academic policies and administration, I am pleased to announce the visits of our three finalists. Each finalist has been asked to address the following question during their open presentation: "How can effective policies and procedures support and enhance excellence in teaching and learning?"

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The Ithaca Faculty Commons is the model designed by Susanne Morgan and other faculty members as the product of the yearlong initiative directed by Provost Kathleen Rountree. The final report and recommendation is available for public comment at the Center for Faculty Excellence FD@IC page.

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We invite our faculty and staff to serve as facilitators in the discussion session for the incoming class on Tuesday, August 25 (the Tuesday before the first day of fall classes). 

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My graduate student, Joey Durgin, is doing a thesis project on performance beverages and needs men between the ages 18 and 25 who exercise about two times a week to serve as subjects.

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Once again, the Office of Recreational Sports will offer swimming lessons at the outdoor pool this summer.

Info on Swimming Lessons

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Senior journalism major Jen Nevins' story, "That's How They Roll," has been awarded third place in the country for feature writing in the Society of Professional Journalists' annual Mark of Excellence competition.

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The Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology is pleased to announce that Skott Freedman, a 2001 IC graduate, will be joining our department as a full-time faculty member in January 2010.

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The Office of Enrollment Management cordially invites you to a farewell reception in honor of Interim Dean Rit Fuller ‘73. 

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Due to the summer hours policy, the departmental transaction window at the Office of Cashiering Services will close at 2:00 p.m. on Fridays, from May 22 through August 7.

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The Office of Recreational Sports is pleased to announce our first summer Pilates class.  Keep in shape over the summer with Johanna.

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Just three of the presentations in the Spring Faculty Conference, Wednesday, May 13, from 9:00 a.m. to noon in the Klingenstein Lounge.

This academic celebration highlights scholarly work of Ithaca College faculty; each presentation represents one of the types of scholarship described in the Ithaca College Faculty Handbook.

Download the Full Program (Center for Faculty Excellence)

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Career Services is pleased to congratulate Sean Evans, our 2009 "Passport to Your Future" grand prize winner!

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The Center for Faculty Excellence announces that the program for "Theirs, Mine and Ours: Meeting Collective Objectives through Comprehensive Assessment" has been consolidated into one day, Tuesday, May 19, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Clark Lounge of Campus Center.

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The School of Business is delighted to announce a new member of the Ithaca College and School of Business community. Ayana Richardson has joined the School of Business as assistant dean for student services.  

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Commencement and H1N1 Flu

Contributed by David Maley on 05/12/2009 

Submitted on behalf of David E. Newman, M.D., director of the Hammond Health Center at Ithaca College.

As we approach Commencement 2009, the nationwide number of H1N1 Influenza cases continues to rise but disease severity remains low. There have been no cases at IC, in Ithaca or in Tompkins County so far. The most recent guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), on May 6, is similar to that for seasonal flu and focuses on preventing spread.

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The deadline for the second annual IC(Point of)View arts and literary contest is June 30. Winning entries will be published in our 2009/3 issue.

If you're an employee, student, retiree, alumnus, or alumna of Ithaca College or a member in good standing of the Friends of Ithaca College, you're eligible to enter in one of five categories: painting/drawing, photography, poetry, short-short fiction, and essay.

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Are you one of most smokers who want to quit? Quitting smoking has immediate as well as long-term benefits for you and your loved ones.

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Ithaca College has announced the appointment of Diane Gayeski as interim dean of the Roy H. Park School of Communications. She will serve for the 2009­-10 academic year while a search is conducted for the successor to departing dean Dianne Lynch, who has been named president of Stephens College.

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