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Holding a job while trying to provide care for an aging or disabled adult family member (whether nearby or long-distance) can be a challenging balancing act. The informal education and support group for employees dealing with caregiving issues shares information and support, and periodically invites a speaker on pertinent topics.

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Ithaca College School of Music assistant professor Baruch J. Whitehead has been chosen to present a session at the 2005 Eastern Division Conference of MENC: The National Association for Music Education, which takes place March 3-6 in Baltimore, Maryland. The topic of the session is "Children of the World: A Look at Multicultural Music for the Elementary Classroom."

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The Tower Club Restaurant is the fine-dining restaurant located on the 14th floor of the East Tower, on the IC Campus. The Tower Club Restaurant serves lunch Monday - Friday, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., and is open to the public.

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Associate Professor of Politics, Naeem Inayatullah recently presented a lecture on February 16, 2005 at Vassar College:

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Protestant Chaplain to Retire

Contributed by John Schwartz on 02/28/2005 

The Rev. Allison Stokes, Ph.D., the Ithaca College Protestant chaplain, will retire at the close of this academic year in May. Allison will be focusing her time and energies on writing projects and on developing the Women's Interfaith Institute in Seneca Falls, a nonprofit organization where she is founding director.

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The Ithaca College Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Jeffrey Grogan, will present a free concert on Wednesday, March 2, at 8:15 in Ford Hall. Two works of Mozart, the overture to The Magic Flute, and the Symphony No. 35, will be joined by a work from 2002 composed by School of Music faculty member Dana Wilson.

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Before embarking on a weeklong concert tour of Ireland, the Ithaca College Women's Chorale, directed by Janet Galván, will give local music lovers a chance to hear the program. The free concert will take place on Tuesday, March 1, at 8:15 p.m. in Ford Hall in the James J. Whalen Center for Music.

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Gordon Webb, assistant professor in the television-radio department, won an award of excellence in the faculty audio competition at the 2005 Broadcast Education Association (BEA) Festival of Media Arts competition. Webb will be honored at the association’s annual conference in Las Vegas in April.

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Campus Center Spring Break Hours

Contributed by Lorelei Becker on 02/24/2005 

The following are the facility hours for the Campus Center and its services for spring break. These times are subject to change based on College events or unforeseen circumstances. If you foresee any conflicts with these hours, please contact me immediately at 274-1173. Regular operating hours will resume on Monday, March 14, 2005.

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Staff Council Bus Trip -- Revised

Contributed by Kasey J. Spada on 02/24/2005 

This is a revised version of the previous Intercom announcement: the Staff Council Bus Trip Committee is offering a spring bus trip to New York on Saturday, April 9, 2005.

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Please join us at 7:00 pm on Thursday, February 24, for poetry readings by Jerry Mirskin and Laura Illiana of the Department of Writing.

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Physics Cafe
Whose Line is it Anyway? -- How We Know that Space and Time Are Curved
Monday, February 28, at 7:30 pm in the Emerson Suites
Prof. Donald Spector, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Open to all, refreshments will be served.

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Partnership in Teaching

Contributed by Alice Rockey on 02/23/2005 

Each year the Center for Teacher Education publishes the Partnership in Teaching booklet. The booklet is a registry of Ithaca College "partners," that lists areas of faculty and staff expertise and indicates the type of presentations available to local schools.

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What's going on at the Wellness Clinic in February? Read all about it!

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Sustainability Mini-conference

Contributed by Mark Darling on 02/23/2005 

REMP, ICES and Students for Sustainability are hosting small teams of students, faculty and staff from a handful of nearby campuses will be particpating in a summit on Sustainability this Saturday, February 26. The public is invited to attend the plenary sessions, space is limited int he workshops. The tentative agendafollows:

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The School of Music will welcome double bassist Jeff Bradetich for a free guest recital on Monday, February 28. The performance will begin at 8:15 p.m. in the Hockett Family Recital Hall in the James J. Whalen Center for Music.

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The three winners of the Ithaca College School of Music Concerto Competition will perform with the Ithaca College Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Jeffrey Grogan, on Saturday, February 26. The free concert will begin at 8:15 p.m. in Ford Hall in the James J. Whalen Center for Music.

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Research on Diabetes

Contributed by Mary Turner DePalma on 02/23/2005 

If you have diabetes, and you are 18 years of age or older, we need your help!

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Mona Lake Jones -- a Seattle poet laureate, educator, and community activist -- will use her own poetry, experience, and insight to present information about the positive effects of cultural affirmation on the achievement of Black youth. She will especially examine the relationship between how Black youth feel about themselves and the nature of the learning environments in which they are expected to perform.

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Even if your undergraduate degree is in a non-business field, you could be enrolled in IC's one-year MBA program as early as fall 2005, and graduate in June, 2006.

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