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Luca Maurer, program director of the Center for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Education, Outreach, and Services, presented at the annual conference of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists in Monterey, CA.

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Richard Faria, Professor in the Department of Music Performance was invited to teach and perform at The Chamber Music Conference and Composers’ Forum of the East (August 10-17, 2014) in Bennington, VT.

 Stephen Sweet, Associate Professor of Sociology, received the Hans O. Mauksch Award for Distinguished Contributions to Undergraduate Sociology.  The award is given annually to one scholar within the American Sociological Association's Section on Teaching and Learning to recognize an enduring and substantial influence on undergraduate education in the field of sociology.  The award was presented on August 18 at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association in San Francisco.

During the first two weeks of August, Michael Twomey (Dana Professor of Humanities and Arts, English Department) and Steven Hartman (IC class of 1987, now Professor, English Department, Mid-Sweden University) taught in an interdisciplinary, graduate-level course for students of environmental criticism, history, archeology, and anthropology.  

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Jake Brenner, Assistant Professor in Environmental Studies and Sciences, recently presented collaborative research he conducted with students at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America in Sacramento, California.  The paper, titled "Keeping Danby Danby," discusses the gaps between land conservation ideals, policy, and practice in the nearby Town of Danby, NY.

On July 16, Michael Twomey (Dana Professor, Humanities and Arts) presented a paper at the 19th Biennial Congress of the New Chaucer Society at the University of Reykjavik, Iceland. 

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Asma Barlas, professor and director of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (CSCRE) taught a three-week course and gave a school-wide lecture, 'Why is it so hard to speak about Islam?' at the NYI-St. Petersburg institute of Linguistics, Cognition, and Culture, in Russia in July. 

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 Christy Agnese, School Operations & External Relations Officer for the School of Music; Deborah Martin, Professor and Chair of Music Performance; and Stacia Zabusky, Associate Dean for Curriculum and Undergraduate Programs for the School of Humanities and Sciences were selected to take part in the Higher Education Resource Services (HERS) summer institutes. The HERS institutes focus on leadership development for women in higher education, providing sessions on topics such as budgeting, information technology, student success, and personal career development.  Approximately 60 women higher education professionals from across the country are selected annually to participate in each of the three HERS programs.

Agnese and Martin attended the HERS Denver Institute and Zabusky attended the HERS Bryn Mawr Institute. Agnese and Zabusky’s participation was supported by the Office of Human Resources and Martin’s participation was sponsored by the Office of the Provost.

 

 

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Bruce Thompson (Physics) presented a paper at the American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting

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Nancy Rader presented her research on early word learning in a plenary session of an NSF-sponsored conference held at Uconn in June; her paper was titled, “A Speaker’s Orchestrating of Infant Attention through Show Gestures: Evidence from Pupil Dilation Measures.”  She also presented her infant language research at the Association for Psychological Science conference in San Francisco in May and at the International Association for the Study of Child Language conference held in Amsterdam in July. Becca Post ’14, a co-author, presented a poster in July at the International Conference on Infant Studies in Berlin.

Professor Anna Larsen of the Ithaca College Chemistry department has been nominated to serve a 2 year term as a  Fulbright Ambassador.   The worldwide success and stellar reputation of the Fulbright Scholars Program has been built on the talent, commitment and professionalism of scholars who have served as Fulbrighters at universities and research institutions in more than 155 countries. Fulbright Ambassadors serve as official representatives of the Fulbright Scholar program.  The goal of Fulbright Ambassadors is to expand the  outreach efforts of  the Fulbright program to the higher education community across the United States. 

Anna Larsen is a 2010 Alumna of the Fulbright Scholars Program, with a joint project to the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. more details at: http://www.cies.org/alumni-ambassadors/anna-larsen.

See more  on the Fulbright Ambassador program here : http://www.cies.org/alumni-ambassadors.

 

Quoted in the media: Faculty members Diane Gayeski, Michael McCall, Jeff Cohen, Michael McCall and Stephen Mosher. For more information on the following articles, please visit the IC in the Media Page.

 

 

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Dr. Richard Faria, Professor in the Department of Music Performance was invited to perform at the International Clarinet Association’s 40th annual ClarinetFest (July 30 - August 3, 2014) in Baton Rogue, LA. He performed the Sonata (1990) for clarinet and piano by Russian composer Katia Tchemberdji.

Doing More with More:  An Update on I2NY (Information Infrastructure for New York State) was the title of Karin Wikoff's presentation to the IDS Project Conference this past Friday. 

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 Mike Haaf (Chemistry) gave a talk entitled “A Grant Proposal Writing Exercise for Undergraduate Science Courses” at the 2014 International Conference on Chemistry Education (ICCE), held in Toronto this July.  The talk was based in part on a recent publication in the Journal for Chemical Education, co-authored by Kathryn Cole (Chemistry), Mike Haaf (Chemistry), Andy Smith (Biology) and Maki Inada (Biology).

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Vivian Bruce Conger presented “‘Amos Strutel . . . sed the money muste be paid so I wente down and paid him the 18 pounds’:  Mapping the Economic World of Deborah Franklin,” at the 36th annual meeting of the Society for Historians for the Early American Republic (SHEAR), in Philadelphia, July 19, 2014.

 

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Conger presented “Sally Franklin Bache:  Learning from the Past or Charting a New Course?” at the Fifth Annual Sons of the American Revolution Conference, whose theme this year was “Women in the Era of the American Revolution,” Williamsburg, Virginia, June 20, 2014.  Publication of the conference papers (which were pre-circulated and discussed at length at the venue) in a peer-reviewed edited volume is expected in 2015.

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An impressive contingency of School of Music faculty, students, and alumni are representing Ithaca College at the International Performing Arts Institute (IPAI) this month. 

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Virginia Mansfield-Richardson, Associate Dean in the Roy H. Park School of Communications, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Assessment Network of New York (ANNY) for a two-year term. Dr. Mansfield-Richardson also serves on the Ithaca College Academic Assessment Committee.

ANNY was formed in the summer of 2010 by higher education professionals representing the State University of New York (SUNY), the City University of New York (CUNY), and New York’s private colleges and universities. ANNY is a state-wide network designed to stimulate dialogue and the exchange of ideas related to assessment across institutions and to provide support and resources to those committed to meaningful assessment of student learning and institutional effectiveness.

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Matt Price and Bodhi Rogers have paper accepted for publication in the Journal of College Science Teaching titled "Teaching Nature of Science through Scientific Models: The Geocentric vs. Heliocentric Cosmology"


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