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ITS is pleased to announce our winter workshop series. The workshop schedule is now available online.

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This scholarship will be awarded annually to a rising sophomore, junior, or senior in any one of the five schools or in the Division of Interdisciplinary and International Studies at Ithaca College.

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Danette Johnson, Department of Speech Communication, is first author of "Responses to refusals of requests: Face threat and persistence, persuasion and forgiving statements", appearing in the fall, 2004 issue of Communication Quarterly.

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Free Singing Lessons

Contributed by Carol McAmis on 01/24/2005 

Enjoy singing? Always wanted to sing, but never had a chance to study? The students in vocal pedagogy need volunteers so they can practice teaching people how to sing.

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The Offices of Information Technology Services and Marketing Communications collaborated last year to create Web Profile Manager (WPM), a new Web content management system aimed at guaranteeing that information on our academic web pages is current and accurate.

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Student Information System Update

Contributed by Tom Torello on 01/23/2005 

The College is in the midst of the implementation of a new Student Information System (SIS). The software license and maintenance agreements with SunGard SCT for the Banner student solution were signed in June 2004.

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The Division of Interdisciplinary and International Studies presents Communications in the Digital Age with Charles Benton, as part of the 2005 Engaging Democracy Series. The special session conferences with call-in guests will take place Tuesday and Wednesday, January 25-26.

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Faculty and staff members will join 50 students in programs of the Office for Multicultural Affairs in a unique workshop on Friday, February 18, from 3:00 to 5:00 pm in the Clark Lounge.

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LGBT Coordinator Coauthors Article

Contributed by Luca Maurer on 01/21/2005 

Lisa Maurer is coauthor of an article published in the International Perspectives theme edition of Family Focus, "How HIV/AIDS is Shaping Family Life: Stories from Namibia."

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Tonya Gregg: Exuberant Boom opens at the Handwerker Gallery on January 27 and remains on view through February 27. The 39 paintings on display offer, for the first time, a retrospective look at Gregg's development as an artist. An assistant professor of art at Benedict College, Gregg has exhibited her paintings widely in solo, juried, and group shows, both nationally and internationally.

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Please join us at 7:00 pm on Thursday, January 27, for personal essay readings by Elizabeth Lawson and Chris Reali of the Department of Writing.

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Mark your calendars to attend the 15th Annual Educational Technology Day at Ithaca College. This year's event will be held on Thursday, March 24, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Campus Center.

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The writing department of the School of Humanities and Sciences brings to campus distinguished visiting writer Lee Gutkind, January 31-February 4, to lead a master class in creative nonfiction and to offer a public lecture on Tuesday evening and a public reading on Thursday evening.

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A fourth cohort of LeaderShip participants completed the year-long program with a celebration on January 12. The select group of 27 engaged in 14 learning workshops designed to build leadership capacities in an ever-changing work world.

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Tsunami Relief Meeting

Contributed by Deborah Mohlenhoff on 01/20/2005 

On Tuesday, January 25, at noon, there will be a meeting in Textor 102 to bring together faculty, staff, and students interested in organizing or participating in the college's Tsunami Relief efforts.

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Ed Cluett, Ithaca College, will speak on "Intracellular Cholesterol Trafficking -- Down the Tubes" on Thursday, January 27, at 4:00 pm in CNS 112.

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The first spring colloquium promises to be a very informative event. Lis Maurer, coordinator of the LBGT Resources Center, presents "Out for Info - An update on state and federal legislation and policy issues regarding LGBT people."

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The spring Weight Watchers at Work session will begin on Tuesday, February 15, and is open to all interested members of the College community.

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Biology Seminar

Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 01/19/2005 

Ed Cluett, Ithaca College, will speak on "Intracellular Cholesterol Trafficking -- Down the Tubes" on Thursday, January 27, at 4:00 pm in CNS 112.

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Readings on IC Speakers

Contributed by John Hickey on 01/19/2005 

The library's reading list of works by/about the College's speakers continues this year, with information so far on Martin Luther King's legacy, the Emmet Till case, and distinguished guests as well as participants on African-Americans in sports -- Olympian Wendy Hilliard among them.

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