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July 4–28, 2015; 2 credits; $3,900 (plus airfare).

Study abroad in Galway, Ireland this July and attend and volunteer at 2 major arts festivals!  Over 3 weeks, you’ll earn 2 academic credits and be placed in volunteer positions on the Galway Film Fleadh (www.galwayfilmfleadh.com) and/or Galway International Arts Festival (www.giaf.ie)* .  Galway was recently named “Official City of Film” by UNESCO… right in time for your visit!

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NEMISIG (Northeastern Music Information Special Interest Group) is a yearly informal workshop which brings together researchers from various institutions in the Northeastern United States who work on music information retrieval. Topics include music recommendation, music structural analysis, music cognition, and computational musicology. The meeting provides a space for open discussion of new ideas and intends to foster intercollegiate collaboration.   

HAMR 2015 (Hacking Audio and Music Research) will directly follow NEMISIG. HAMR is an event which applies the hackathon model to the development of new techniques for analyzing, processing, and synthesizing audio and music signals.

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In response to requests by faculty for a statement regarding services for students with disabilities, here is a concise insert for inclusion in course syllabi:

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The Department of Theatre Arts is happy to announce that we have recently added another section of THEA 13100 Acting 1, a highly sought-out course.

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Welcome to a new year of helpful information and resource tips to keep you connected and in the know!

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Contribute to Women's Leadership Month!

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  • Are you looking for a venue to connect with students outside the classroom?
  • Do you have an engaging presentation around the topic of leadership?
  • Did you read a research article or book that relates to student leadership?
  • Did you go to a conference recently and saw an idea that would help students grow in their ability to be a leader or lead others on campus?

 

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Welcome to a new year of helpful information and resource tips to keep you connected and in the know! 

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DID YOU KNOW? The first national general-use credit card that allowed balances to be paid over time was the BankAmericard, issued in 1958, (which in 1977 changed its name to Visa).

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If you haven't registered yet, you still have time! People from all majors and class years come together to discuss career-related topics, current job trends, career path ideas, and more at Network Nights on January 6 and 8. The registration deadline for students and alumni is December 30!

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Whose Dream Is It Anyway?

Contributed by Samantha Stafford on 12/24/2014 

Join Ithaca College as we celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during our MLK Campus-Wide Celebration Event! On Monday, January 19, 2015, students, staff, faculty and community members will honor Dr. King by coming together to discuss the relevance of his work today.

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Join Ithaca College as we celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during our MLK Campus-Wide Celebration Event! On Monday, January 19, 2015, students, staff, faculty and community members will honor Dr. King by coming together to discuss the relevance of his work today.

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Leadership Weekend is filled with exciting activities, insightful workshops and memorable moments. Leadership Weekend is a free two-day retreat that brings together FIRST-YEAR students from a variety of different backgrounds to learn from each other and discover new ways to demonstrate leadership. Participants attend a series of leadership development sessions that focus on team-building and further developing individual leadership skills and understandings.

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Each year the Office of Alumni Relations and Career Services collaborate to put on networking events that bring together IC alumni with current students called Network Nights. This year’s winter break Network Nights will take place in New York City and Boston.

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Each year the Office of Alumni Relations and Career Services collaborate to put on networking events that bring together IC alumni with current students called Network Nights. This year’s winter break Network Nights will take place in New York City and Boston.

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The search for the next dean of the School of Business is moving ahead, and the candidate pool is currently being developed by our search firm Isaacson,Miller.

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Are you looking for editorial experience with an award-winning online international magazine? Imprint Magazine is looking for a Politics & Culture Editor!

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Shakespeare Re-Loaded

Contributed by Greg Bostwick on 12/14/2014 

Enjoy Shakespeare as you have never seen him before on Wednesday, December 17, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. in the Clark Theater of Dillingham Center.

   

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The Academic Advising Center will only be taking Drop-In's from 9AM until 12:30 PM on Monday, December 15.

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Do you currently have a vacancy in your room?

If so, you have multiple options! Students living in the Terraces, Emerson Hall, Clarke Hall, apartments and FYRE buildings may request to buyout a space in their room.  

Each resident with a vacancy in their room can pay $643 to buyout one vacancy in the room for the entire year or you can fill out a vacancy request form to pull someone into your room. If you do not have a friend to pull into your room or do not want to buy the space out, we will offer your vacancy to students on the spring wait list, house someone returning back to campus this spring, or being admitted to campus this spring. Both forms are available in our office on the lobby level of the East Tower.

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