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Ali Erkan (Computer Science), Michael Smith (History/ENVS), Joe Rodriguez ( Computer Science '15) and Steve Lam (Computer Science '13) gave an invited talk, "Guiding Students Beyond Linear Thinking: The Learning in Networks of Knowledge (LINK) Project," as part of Indiana University's Center for Innovations in Teaching and Learning lecture series.  The development of LINK was funded in part by an National Endowment for the Humanities grant.  Joe and Steve also led a workshop with undergraduate researchers and Ali and Michael met with faculty groups interested in  mentoring undergraduate research, the practice of the scholarship of teaching and learning, and data analytics.

The next No Pressure Blood Pressure will be held on Wednesday, April 29th!

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HTLH 22700 Stress: Its Nature and Management will be offered online during the May intersession, beginning May 12 and ending on May 22.  This is a 3-credit, liberal arts course. Offered totally online, its flexible format means that you do not need to be online at any particular time.  For more information contact Deb Wuest at

Attributes: Attributes:  ICC - Social Sciences, Theme: Mind, Body, Spirit; GE 1: Self & Society, Liberal Arts

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Anthony Adornato, assistant professor in the Department of Journalism, moderated a panel titled “10 Things You Should Teach About Mobile” at the 2015 Broadcast Education Association (BEA) Convention in Las Vegas on April 12.

The session highlighted the importance of integrating mobile into existing journalism classes as well tips on how to create a class dedicated to mobile journalism skills.

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  Peter Silberman, an associate professor of music theory in the School of Music, recently presented research at the annual meeting of the New England Conference of Music Theorists held April 24 and 25 at Boston University.

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Patricia Zimmermann, professor of screen studies and, Dale Hudson, associate professor of film and new media at New York University Abu Dhabi, have published a new book, Thinking Through Digital Media: Transnational Environments and Locative Places (New York and London: Palgrave MacMillan, 2015).
Thinking through Digital Media offers a means of conceptualizing digital media by looking at projects that think through digital media, migrating between documentary, experimental, narrative, animation, video game, and live performance.

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Congratulations to the Ithaca College faculty who presented their research at the MACLAS annual conference, April 17 and 18, which was hosted by the Ithaca College Latin American Studies Program.

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Congratulations to the Ithaca College students and alumni who presented their research and performed theatrical works at the MACLAS annual conference, April 17 and 18, which was hosted by the Ithaca College Latin American Studies Program. Faculty sponsors for the students were Patricia Rodriguez, Annette Levine, Michael Smith, and Jonathan Ablard.

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Smiddy Hall Wi-Fi Completed

Contributed by Matt Gorney on 04/27/2015 

Ithaca College ITS is pleased to announce that Smiddy Hall has now passed the Wi-Fi testing phase and is complete.  Faculty, Staff and Students using that building should now enjoy strong, stable, robust Wi-Fi service.

The entire ITS Wi-Fi project team is excited that we are keeping an aggressive pace and look forward to the next eighteen buildings, as the largest wireless initiative in the school’s history moves along with success.

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Ithaca College has had a very successful partnership with Longview, a retirement community located on Danby Road, for the past 15 years. Part of this relationship has involved an ongoing Faculty & Staff Lecture Series at Longview.


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Tuesday - Thursday, April 28-30   

beginning at 4:00 p.m. each day
CNS 112

All are welcome to attend the presentations and learn about the research that they have conducted this semester. 


Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Nancy Pierce at or (607) 274-3161. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

View other IC Events here.

There are open seats in Microbiology for the Health Sciences in Fall 2015. See info below.

HLTH 20700 MW 4-5:15

This course provides an overview of the cell structure, genetics, biochemistry, physiology, ecology and pathology of microorganisms. The course will briefly introduce the immune system and its interactions with microbes. Finally, we will discuss clinical diagnostic testing techniques. 3 credits. 

For more information, please contact  Dr. Brossard-Stoos -

Join Project Look Sharp’s next webinar, “Critical Thinking and Health: Media Literacy Lessons on Advertising and Nutrition for Elementary Grades.” This webinar is free of charge and will be live on Thursday, May 7th from 7:00-8:00 PM EDT.

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 The fall course, Disease and Lifestyle, has open seats in two sections:

HLTH 22900-01 T/Th 10:50 or

HLTH 22900-02 M 6:50

Focuses on the leading causes of morbidity and mortality inthe world, with and emphasis on the United States. Emphasis is on health promotion through awareness of risk factors associated with these diseases. Topics reviewed include etiology, symptoms, morbidity and mortality rates, prevention, and commonly used methods of diagnosis and treatment. The course will include opportunities for hands-on learning and skill development in best practice screening techniques that are used in primary care settings (e.g., blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose monitoring). Prerequisites: Sophomore standing. 3 credits 

For more information, please contact Dr. Kari Brossard-Stoos - or Dr. Stewart Auyash -

Formerly entitled, International Health Issues, GLOBAL HEALTH will be taught in the fall semester only in 2015-16. 

HLTH 25000-01: MWF 9:00-9:50 

Study of public health and health care issues across national borders and how they affect the entire globe, including the future health of the planet. Public health and health care delivery in certain nations are also studied. Prerequisites: One social science course. 3 credits.

For more information, please contact Dr. Amy Frith -

Have your complimentary head shot taken in Career Services on Wednesday, April 29th from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

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If you're looking for your first job, are an entry-level employee, or are changing jobs, you may have heard mixed messages about negotiating your salary. While there is no one-size-fits-all model for salary negotiation, there are strategies you can use regardless of industry and experience level.

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Everybody loves a Sweepstakes!

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 Join us in the Food Court Wednesday, April 29th, to try one of our gourmet Bodacious Burgers! Every burger is made with a premium, seasoned ½ LB beef patty with tasty toppings and is served with crispy waffle fries and beer battered onion rings. Along with these burgers, there is also a quarter pound mac & cheese dog that includes a premium all-beef hot dog, creating the optimum comfort food. These burgers are destined to impress so make sure to stop by and try one for yourself!

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Please join us for a talk with Dr. Sharon Stephenson, Gettysburg College, entitled:

Making beautiful physics with the help of MoNA-LISA

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