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Student Employees Arriving Early?

Contributed by Wendy Travis on 07/22/2004 

If your resident student employees need to arrive to campus before August 21 for training, you are required to provide a meal plan for them.

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Beginning on Tuesday, July 27, users of Windows XP/2000 computers will begin seeing prompts for the installation of a new version of the Novell client (the software that allows access to the Memphis, Pulsar, and Nova file servers) upon logging into their computers.

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AED Locations on Campus

Contributed by Kathy Farley on 07/21/2004 

AEDs -- automated external defibrillator's -- have increased in buildings across campus.

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Ithaca College women's crew coach Becky Robinson, who led IC to a national championship this spring, has been named Division III Coach of the Year by the College Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA).

Robinson, who has been Ithaca's head coach for 10 seasons, has been honored as CRCA Coach of the Year twice in her career; in 2001, she was named the winner of the CRCA's combined Division II-III award.

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Comments for Intercom Stories

Contributed by Andrejs Ozolins on 07/18/2004 

Our apologies to those of you who have recently tried to enter comments on Intercom stories -- only to find that it doesn't work. Unfortunately, we have had to disable this feature because of a security concern.

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I am pleased to announce the appointment of Gregory Woodward, professor of music, as the dean of the Division of Graduate Studies for a three-year term beginning this summer.

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Summer is a time of relaxing and enjoyment, but also a very difficult time for hospital patients. Blood supplies are at their lowest levels and everyone's busy schedules result in fewer donations. That's why I am asking for your help.

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New Staff Member

Contributed by Christopher Knauer on 07/17/2004 

The registrar's office is pleased to announce that a new staff member, Tinita Wheaton, has joined the office as our information systems manager.

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Cleaning the College

Contributed by Lisa Belokur on 07/16/2004 

Over the next two weeks, gaze toward the southern skies and you will plainly see the Circle Apartments and the Facilities Services crew hurrying to clean and prep the apartments for the August 1 move-in date.

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Forgot Your Parnassus Password?

Contributed by Matt Lewkowicz on 07/16/2004 

A handy new feature has been added to the Parnassus login page for users who have forgotten their password.

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Women Swimmin'

Contributed by Gerard Turbide on 07/16/2004 

Women Swimmin' -- Join a group of local women in a swim across Cayuga Lake on Saturday, August 21, to benefit Hospicare, the organizer and sponsor of this event. Nonswimmers and men can volunteer in the flotilla and/or sponsor IC women swimming in the event.

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Tuesday, July 20, is Pitch Day! The day has been set aside as a day for the entire campus community to get rid of unnecessary paper and digital document clutter -- and to have an ice cream social.

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Photographs Wanted

Contributed by Anne Ryan on 07/15/2004 

Have you taken stunning photographs of our stunning region? The Office of Development invites you to submit them for possible inclusion in the Ithaca College calendar.

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In his budget proposal, Governor Pataki is seeking to cut Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) awards by one-third. While the New York State legislature has approved funding for state government operations through August 2, the state budget for 2004-5 -- and the status of the TAP awards -- remain unresolved.

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Pitch Day and Electronic Data

Contributed by Karen Sunderland on 07/14/2004 

As part of Pitch Day efforts, ITS would like to encourage people to include electronic data in their plans.

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Please help make this summer's blood shortage not as dangerous by scheduling an appointment to donate this July 22, 2004, in Emerson Suites here at Ithaca College.

I still have many slots open. Our goal is 42 units. I hope to make that goal but can't do it without your help.

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Larry Chambers, director of financial aid, received the EASFAA Leadership Award for 2003-2004 at the annual conference of the Eastern Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators held in May 2004.

The leadership award was given to Larry in recognition of his service in providing outstanding leadership to the association during the previous year. Larry is a graduate of Ithaca College's LeaderShip program and we are proud of his accomplishment.

Congratulations, Larry!

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New SIS Vendor Contract Signed

Contributed by Tom Torello on 07/12/2004 

Ithaca College is pleased to announce the signing of a software license agreement with SunGard SCT for its Banner student information system (SIS) software applications.

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IC was well represented by several faculty and students who traveled to Chicago for the American Physical Therapy Association Annual Conference, held at the McCormick Center from June 30 to July 3.

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OMA Welcomes New Staff Member

Contributed by Margaret Adams on 07/12/2004 

The Office of Multicultural Affairs is delighted to welcome new staff member Marsha Vazquez to the Ithaca College community.

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