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Contributed by Stewart Auyash on 11/27/2004
"You Can't Always Get What You Want, Or Can You? Health Policy in the US: An Inside the Beltway Perspective" -- this is the title of a presentation by Steven G. Speil of the Federation of American Hospitals (the lobby group for the for-profit hospital industry).
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Emmy Award-winning journalist Al Tompkins will speak to the campus chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists in a public lecture at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, November 30, in Klingenstein Lounge.
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Our campaign is off to a great start! To date we are close to the half-way mark of reaching our goal of $58,000.
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There's still space on the bus for our Holiday Trip to New York City on Saturday, December 4.
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Many of you are currently making arrangements for staffing for the start of the spring semester. Some offices will need to bring their student workers back early to support opening operations.
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Faculty, staff, and students are invited to a short meeting to discuss plans for creating a CNS sustainability group.
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Don Ryan, Park School television engineer, was notified this week that he has been granted Professional Broadcast Engineer certification by the Society of Broadcast Engineers.
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Jason Hamilton presented a poster entitled, "Towards Sustainability as 'Second Nature' at Ithaca College: The Multiplier Effect of an NSF Curriculum Development Grant." The presentation was in Portland, Oregon.
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Jason Hamilton presented an invited seminar entitled "Herbivory in a High CO2 World" at Rutgers State University of New Jersey on November 2004.
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Contributed by Erik Kibelsbeck on 11/21/2004
The Fleisher Jolley Tree-O -- formed in 2001 to perform neglected masterpieces -- will give this year's performance in the annual Shirley and Chas Hockett Chamber Music Concert Series at Ithaca College.
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A new book by Asma Barlas, Islam, Muslims, and the U.S.: Essays in Religion and Politics was published last month in India.
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Do you have an infant aged 9-14 months? We are looking for families able to participate in research on early language development.
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Supervisors of student employees -- if your student employees need clarification on how to access their pay slips on line, the following instructions may be duplicated and provided to them.
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We're asking for a few minutes of your valuable time to gather information about your child's play activities at home and experience in kindergarten this year.
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It's that time of the year again -- Monday December 6, is our winter holiday blood drive from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm in Emerson Suites in Campus Center.
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Contributed by Bonita Ferguson on 11/18/2004
Harry McCue, art department professor and chair, had his painting, "Spring Day with Tractor" selected by renowned Maine artist Neil Welliver as a purchase award in the National Small Painting Biannual Exhibition, held at the Wichita Art Center in Wichita, Kansas.
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John L. Hochheimer, associate professor in the journalism and television/radio departments, has been invited to present a paper "Communications Media in Emerging Democracies: Towards a Praxis of Intercultural Reconciliation" to the second global conference on interculturalism: Exploring Critical Issues in Vienna, Austria, in December, 2004.
Your benefits reenrollment period closes at the end of the day on Friday, November 19. If you have not done so already, please take 10 minutes to go into Parnassus and process your benefits reenrollment.
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Contributed by Patti Banfield on 11/16/2004
Nominations are being sought for students to be included in the national "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges" program.
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Contributed by Melissa Gattine on 11/16/2004
Alexander Wysocki '05 will screen the independent feature film, The Death of Daniel Whately, at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, November 18, in Park Auditorium. Wysocki served as the film's cinematographer and producer.
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