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The Office of Academic Achievement and Advising (AAA) Services is pleased to announce two workshops for faculty: March 21 and April 11.
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Lovers of brass music will have their spring opportunity to hear the Ithaca Brass in a free concert on Tuesday, March 15, at 7:00 pm in the Hockett Family Recital Hall.
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Contributed by Erik Kibelsbeck on 03/13/2005
The Illinois State University Wind Symphony will give a free concert in Ford Hall at Ithaca College on Wednesday, March 16, at 8:15 pm.
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The budget for fiscal year 2005/2006 has been approved by the board of trustees. Authorized persons are now able to view departmental budget information through both the Parnassus and ARGUS systems. Effective June 1, 2005 posting will be allowed.
The Department of Health Promotion and Physical Education is happy to announce the official opening of two new graduate programs -- master of science in health education and master of science in physical education.
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The annual Bursar's Benefit Auction is a month away, and already we have received limited editions within our donations. The band Guster has donated a CD not available in stores, and Henry Winkler (the Fonz) has donated 4 items, including an autogrpahed Fonzie t-shirt (1 of only 13 in the world) and an autographed Happy Days cast collector's card (1 of only 1800 issued and signed).
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On Tuesday, March 15, President Peggy R. Williams will address members of the Ithaca College community concerning recent bias-related incidents on campus, community standards and values, and Ithaca College’s commitment to diversity.
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FROM: Martha A. Turnbull
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Sharon Policello, director of the Office of First Year Programs and Orientation, was selected to receive the 2005 Robert H. Shaffer Distinguished Alumni Award presented by the Indiana University Higher Education and Student Affairs program.
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Sustainability is a topic that Jason has focused many presentations on recently.
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The First-Year Reading Initiative Resources page has been updated to include suggested readings on Tim O'Brien's The Things They Carried
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Millions in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities lack access to quality health care.
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To help eliminate spam (junk) email messages, ITS announced Spam Trap, an optional spam filtering system for faculty, staff and student email accounts, in May 2003. We recently checked usage statistics and were surprised to find that only about 300 people (out of about 7500 IC community members) are using Spam Trap.
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Renowned marimbist and Ithaca College professor Gordon Stout will present a free marimba recital on Monday, March 14, at 8:15 pm, in the Hockett Family Recital Hall.
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Rosemary Bakker will be visiting Ithaca College the week of March 14 as a visiting scholar at the Gerontology Institute. Bakker is a certified interior designer and a research associate in gerontologic design in medicine at Cornell's Weill Medical College in New York.
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Contributed by Deborah Mohlenhoff on 03/09/2005
The Center for Student Leadership and Involvement is seeking nominations for the William Scoones Community Service Award. The award was established to provide recognition for students who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to community service.
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A faculty colloquium will be held in Klingenstein Lounge on Thursday, March 17, at 12:10 p.m.
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Contributed by Michael Taves on 03/06/2005
Beware the dangers of using Marketscore.
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Contributed by Karen McGavin on 03/04/2005
As part of an overall energy conservation project, meters to measure electric usage are being installed in a number of academic and administrative buildings on Monday, March 7, and Wednesday, March 9. In order to install these meters, electricity will have to be turned off in the buildings listed below starting at 6:00 a.m. on March 7, except for Job Hall and Park Building. Power in these two buildings will be turned off on March 9 from 5:30 a.m. to 7:30 a.m.
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