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Mail Rooms are closed during the summer except for Circle Apartments.  

Graduated students may not receive mail on campus after May 18th unless you are residing in a Circle Apartment through the July 8th move out date.

Summer Employees can receive mail and packages to the campus for pick up at the  Phillips Hall Post Office only when the following steps are completed.

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TONIGHT - Tuesday, April 29 - at 7pm in Textor Hall Room 101, Lorena Aguilar, internationally renowned expert on the intersection between gender and sustainable development, will present "Gender and Climate Change: Untold Stories from the Field."  This event is free and open to the public.

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IC My Future Door Prize Winner!

Contributed by Katie Sack on 04/29/2014 

The Office of Human Resources’ second annual Ithaca College IC My Future, a retirement planning open house, was a great success! We were pleased to see so many of you attend the event to take advantage of being able to interact personally with representatives from various resources to help you plan for your future. 

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The Department of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology was well represented last weekend at the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association annual convention in Saratoga Spring, New York.

Five faculty members (Tina Caswell, Jana Waller, Mary Pitti, Amy Rominger, and Luanne Andersson) and four students (Sharon Beltaine, Danica Carlson, Kaitlyn Risberg, and Casey Phillips) presented at the conference:

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 The following members of the campus community have been identified by students across campus as having been instrumental in mentoring and empowering them to feel included. Also, as allies. 

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 Congrats to all of the winners, see them below!

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Submitted by Marisa Kelly, Provost

Please join me on Thursday, May 1st for the final Faculty Colloquium of the academic year.  

Dr. Vivian Bruce Conger, Associate Professor and Robert Ryan Professor in the Humanities, Department of History, will be presenting “Sally Franklin Bache:  Learning from the Past or Charting a New Course?” 

Professor Conger received her Ph.D. from Cornell University in 1994.  Her research interests include American Colonial and Revolutionary History and Women’s History.  

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The Ithaca College All College Teacher Education Committee (ACTEC) is sponsoring an event titled "What All Educators Should Know About the Impact of the Common Core State Standards," on Wednesday April 30th from 5:30 p.m. - 6:45 p.m. in Textor 101.

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Here's your chance to bloom this May with exciting wellness workshops offered by Mind, Body, Me and Work/Life! 

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A tertulia is a social gathering with literary or artistic overtones, especially in Spain or Latin America. If you are a student of Spanish, speak Spanish at home and miss speaking it on campus, or you are looking to meet others who are passionate about the Spanish-speaking world and its cultures, then this is your chance! Tertulias are forming, and you should come join the fun!

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 There are still some seats in Gender and Sexuality in Spanish Women's Writings (SPAN 26600, CRN 23405)!  This course covers a wide range of literature—narrative fiction, theater and poetry—written by women in Spain, both native born and immigrant, from the period of the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939) to the present day. Throughout the semester, we will examine a variety of critical approaches and philosophies to develop a framework for thinking about the intersections of gender identity, considering how politics, culture, economics, race, religion, politics—affect women’s lives. This course is tailored to foreground questions related to sexuality and desire, and to identify the ways in which human sexuality intersects with other dimensions of social life. This course is taught in English and counts towards the minor in Women’s and Gender Studies. For more information, contact Maria DiFrancesco, mdifrancesco@ithaca.edu

 LGBT initiatives at Ithaca College were highlighted in articles by Buzzfeed and Nerd Scholar. Ithaca College's LGBT friendliness was recognized by Buzzfeed in "The 25 Best Colleges and Universities for LGBT Students.” It was lauded for having the "Most Innovative" LGBTQ initiatives by Nerd Scholar.

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Wednesday, April 30. 2014, 2:00- 3:30 p.m.
Center for Faculty Excellence, 316 Gannett Center

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Come practice your French in a casual and friendly atmosphere at the weekly French Conversation Group!  French speakers of all levels are welcome.  The group is led by a native French student.

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VHS technology is fading away. Digital Media Services is available to help with converting copyright-cleared VHS titles to DVD and has compiled information concerning the demise of this technology. We know, for many of you, information contained on VHS is an important part of your curriculum and we don't want you to be caught by surprise.

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 "Take a Seat, Make a Friend"

TODAY Wednesday, April 29th from 11am - 3pm in front of the Info Desk

A chance to get your mind off of finals, sit down, relax, and chat with someone new... in a mini Ball Pit! Watch the video about it here

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Project Look Sharp is Ithaca College’s award-winning educational outreach initiative in the School of Humanities and SciencesWe are a nonprofit on-campus organization that supports media literacy integration into K- College classrooms by providing media literacy materials, curricula, and workshops for educators.  Join our team to help promote critical thinking and media literacy skills for the next generation! We accept interns from all majors and accept between 1 and 3 credit internships.

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Steve has been a professor in the mathematics department at IC since 1968. He has been a college marshal for the last several years.

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There are so many things to do as the semester ends, don’t forget about your mail! We offer the following suggestions to help provide continuity in your mail-related services.

Begin notifying the publishers of magazines and newspapers you receive where you will be in May. Their toll free numbers and web sites are usually listed in the front or back of the publication. This mail class is not forwarded by the USPS from our College. The USPS notifies the publishers of the permanent address we provide on the publication and then discards the mail piece.

 We will sort mail into mail boxes until May 16th. All packages will be collected at the Phillips Hall Post Office.

Mail must be picked up from the residence hall mail rooms (except Circle Apts.) by 8:30 a.m., Monday May 19th. After that time, all mail will be moved to the Mail Center located in the General Services Building.

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Read Club Hub Volume 4 Issue 13 to learn how Athlete Ally is making a difference. Also learn about the many great events that happened on campus.

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