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People from all walks of life are currently seeking to learn more about herbal medicine and the natural world. Learn basic skills and sensory awareness that can apply to all aspects of your life. Being out in nature increases fitness levels, lowers stress, improves critical thinking and is just plain fun!  ENVS naturalist and department chair Jason Hamilton will be teaching two classes this spring/summer that offer these benefits.

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This session will present strategies and skills for the performance review process. Participants will be exploring the nature of conflict present in most evaluation processes and how that potentially negative dynamic can be transformed by skills and strategies that create and hold space for the conversation.

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Jake Brenner (ENVS) and Van Butsic (UC Berkeley) led a team of eight undergraduates (including Kent Bueche and Neal Anderson, recent ENVS graduates) in the first-ever systematic mapping of cannabis farms in northern California.  The study took place in Humboldt County in the so-called “Emerald Triangle,” producer of 70-85% of the marijuana consumed in the US.  

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The final Vice President for Enrollment Management candidate will be on campus on Tuesday, April 26.  Members of the campus community are invited to attend an open session, which is scheduled at 12:15 pm in Textor 103.  Materials for the candidate can be found here.

Feedback for all four candidates will be collected via an online evaluation form.  Please provide your feedback no later than close of business on Wednesday, April 27. 

Thank you for your participation.

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Please join us for a reception to celebrate the spectacular career of Associate Professor Megan Roberts on Friday May 6 from 4-6 in Park Hall 223.

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The Campus Choral Ensemble and IC voICes will present a joint concert on Sunday, May 1, 2016 at 7:00 pm in Ford Hall.  Conducted by Dr. Susan Avery and assistant directors Adam Good and Dr. Laura Amoriello, the concert will offer selections in various genres, including a composition by Ithaca faculty member Carl Johengen.

The Campus Choral Ensemble is a chorus comprised of non-music majors.  IC voICes is a faculty/staff choir.  Selections will be performed by both groups together as well as individually. Please join us for a uplifting evening of music!

 

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Among those featured at the Seventh Annual Spring Writes Literary Festival this
Thursday, April 28 through Sunday, May 1 at downtown venues are many Ithaca College community members.

There are 30 events - workshops, panels, multiple readings, play readings, entertainment, and fun stuff, all held in 10 different locations over the 4 days. All are free except for one event.

Below are some of the highlights that feature Ithaca College contributors.

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Ithaca College Theatre will host an interdisciplinary discussion following the April 30th, 2pm performance of Tom Stoppard's "Arcadia."

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Ithaca College Theatre presents John Cariani’s, “Almost, Maine”. Directed by theatre studies major Danica Kelley ‘16, this quirky and fast-paced, one-act play follows the lives of the residents of the small town of Almost, Maine. Performances will be held in the McCarroll Studio Theatre at 8:00PM on Saturday, April 30th, Sunday, May 1st and Monday, May 2nd and at 2:00PM on May 1st.

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 67 million people have high blood pressure in America

 What we already knew:

  • Risk of CVD (Cardio Vascular Disease) doubles for each incremental increase in SBP of 20 mmHg or DBP of 10 mmHg.
  • Aerobic exercise training leads to reduction in resting BP of 5-7 mmHg in those with hypertension.

New studies show:

  • Using salt substitutes can decrease blood pressure
  • 80% of sodium Americans intake comes from packaged, processed and restaurant foods.
  • Home cooking is a great way to control your sodium intake
  • Exercise can slow down the inevitable increase in blood pressure as you age.
  • Those who have proper protein intake are 40% less likely to develop high blood pressure
  • A combination of a high protein and high fiber intake can even lower the risk for hypertension
  • Consuming flaxseed daily may help reduce high blood pressure

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Late Departure Requests 2016

Contributed by Lia Munoz on 04/25/2016 

Attention Students! Residents are required to vacate their rooms no later than 3:00 p.m. on May 14th , 2016 unless they receive written approval from the Office of Residential Life to remain.

For students that are required to remain on campus to fulfill student employment, academic, athletic or commencement-related responsibilities during Commencement Week (e.g., Commencement Concert, Senior Week Volunteer, post-season competition). Your Supervisor, Faculty, Staff, or Coach associated with that reason will have to submit your name on your behalf. They will need your email and ID number to submit the form.

To submit a request to stay for Commencement Week, visit this web page:

http://www.ithaca.edu/reslife/guide/opening_closings_breaks/late_departures/

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The Office of Strategic Marketing and Communications is looking for students to write and edit for all outlets produced in the office, including Fuse, the Fuse website, media relations, ICView, and the IC website.

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Sign up now for this thought-provoking and applicable online course in cultural anthropology (ANTH 104000) this May 2016 session! It's a course that connects us to the current global era and fulfills one of your general education requirements for ICC. Sign up for this active and engaging 10-day course that you can take from the comforts of wherever you are!

Contact Dr. Sue-Je Gage at sgage@ithaca.edu for more information.

Got a job lined up for after graduation? Got a summer internship? Got into grad school? Stop into Career Services to bang the job gong!! We want to celebrate your success with you!

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 Faculty, staff and student groups are invited to reserve a table at the upper deck of Terrace Dining Hall. Reserve your space at the table today!

 

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Scott Robbins, '16:  Dark Current Analysis of the ST-10XE CCD Camera

Jared Saltzman, '17: Neutral post-instruction responses on the Maryland Physics Expectation Survey

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Come hear about the Society of Professional Journalists' Executive Board experiences at the Regional conference in New Haven, Connecticut! We will be discussing various topics, including transitioning into the Public Relations field, food journalism, and drone journalism! There will be snacks!

 

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Ever had a friend who routinely made you feel unhappy about yourself and your life? Check out some ways to combat that, here:

http://readsh101.com/0416/06/ithaca.html

Additional articles in the April issue include:

  • Fitness for Focus: How to Power Up Your Brain
  • Let's Talk About Sex: How to Get What You Both Want
  • Calling All Night Owls- Make Your Sleep Habits Work For YOU
  • Disability: How To Work with your School to Get What You Need
  • Best Friends for Never? How I Handled My Frenemy

 

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SGA Meeting 4/18/16

Contributed by Dominick Recckio on 04/24/2016 

 Get a closer look at SGA! Here are the minutes from our meeting on Monday, April 18th!

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Visiting scholar/performer of ethnomusicology Stefan Fiol will present a master class on raga theory, practice and the art of sitar Tuesday April 26th from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. in the Ford Auditorium at the Whalen Center for Music.

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