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Contributed by Tati Herold on 01/23/2017
Congratulations to HSHP's Jenna Heffron who co-authored a recently published book chapter. The chapter is called "Self-determination and self-management" and it is in the book "Measuring occupational performance: Supporting best practice in occupational therapy (3rd ed.)"
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Contributed by Paul Geisler on 01/13/2017
Thirty students and 4 faculty members from the Athletic Training Education Program in the Department of Exercise & Sport Sciences represented Ithaca College at the 2017 Eastern Athletic Trainers' Association (EATA) Annual Meeting in Philadelphia
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Contributed by Catherine Taylor on 01/06/2017
Catherine Taylor published a portfolio of her writing in the current issue of VERSE (Volume 33, Numbers 1-3), an annual literary journal published by the University of Georgia and the University of Richmond. The writing, entitled "Inanimate Subjects," is an excerpt from her forthcoming book, You, Me, and the Violence.
Carrie Reuning-Hummel, Allison Meyer, and Gordon Rowland publish article on powerful learning experiences
Contributed by Kristin Morse on 01/05/2017
Carrie Reuning-Hummel, Allison Meyer, and Gordon Rowland published an article on their study of powerful learning experiences and Suzuki music teachers in the International Journal of Education & the Arts. The article can be found at http://www.ijea.org/v17n36/
Contributed by Kristin Morse on 01/05/2017
Gordon Rowland co-edited a book with Allison Carr-Chellman (Dean, School of Education, University of Idaho) called Issues in technology, learning and instructional design: Classic and contemporary debates (2017, Routledge).
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Rebecca Lesses (Jewish Studies) presents at Society of Biblical Literature conference in San Antonio, Texas.
Contributed by Rebecca Lesses on 01/02/2017
On November 20, 2016, Associate Professor of Jewish Studies Rebecca Lesses presented a paper on “Gender and mysticism in ancient Judaism.” She spoke in a panel organized by the Mysticism, Esotericism, and Gnosticism in Antiquity section.
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Naeem Inayatullah (and David Blaney, Macalester College) published “The Costs of Weaponizing Emancipatory Politics: Constituting what is Constitutive of Capitalism" in, Spectrum: Journal of Global Studies, 8(1), 2016, pp. 46-69.
The article asks whether capitalism's relation to racism, sexism, colonialism, ecological plunder, and Eurocentrism is logically necessary or merely historically correlative.
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Contributed by Stephen Tropiano on 12/22/2016
Patricia Zimmermann, professor of screen studies and codirector of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF), and Claudia Pederson, assistant professor of art history at Wichita State University, published a chapter in Indie Reframed: Women's Independent Filmmaking and Contemporary American Independent Cinema, edited by Linda Badley, Claire Perkins, and Michele Schreiber (Edinburgh University Press, 2016).
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Contributed by Ari Kissiloff on 12/22/2016
In the internet age — where we may think that a simple Google search might spoil the magic of Santa Claus for kids — Macy’s is hoping to fill the World Wide Web with positive affirmations of belief. And a developmental psychologist from Ithaca College who has conducted her own research on belief in Santa is helping out.
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SLPA Clinical Faculty and Local SLP Publish Article about Program for Young Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Contributed by Maureen Forrest on 12/19/2016
Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology clinical faculty members, Jana Waller, Marie Sanford, and Tina Caswell and Spencer Van-Etten Central School District SLP, Christine Bainbridge, published an article in the December issue of Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups-SIG 16, School-Based Issues.
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Over the fall semester a number of staff from Digital Instruction and Information Services (DIIS) have actively participated and contributed thought leadership for many regional and national professional organizations, program committees and conferences.
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Scott Stull (anthropology) presents at Reconstructive and Experimental Archaeology Conference in Colonial Williamsburg.
Contributed by David Turkon on 12/13/2016
Scott Stull, Assistant Professor in the Anthropology Department, presented at the Reconstructive and Experimental Archaeology Conference at Colonial Williamsburg, in Williamsburg, Virginia, on November 18, 2016. His paper was titled, "Experimental Archaeology as Participant Observation: A Perspective from Medieval Food."
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Contributed by Teri Reinemann on 12/13/2016
The Association for Gerontology in Higher Education (AGHE) is a membership organization of colleges and universities that offer education, training, and research programs in the field of aging. AGHE currently has more than 160 institutional members throughout the United States, Canada, and abroad.
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Stephen Sweet, Sociology Chair, publishes article on manager attitudes toward workplace flexibility.
Contributed by Penny Bogardus on 12/12/2016
Congratulations to Stephen Sweet, Chair for Sociology Department, for co-authoring the article, “Manager Attitudes Concerning Flexible Work Arrangements: Fixed or Changeable?”. It has been accepted for publication in the journal, COMMUNITY, WORK & FAMILY. Co-authors, both from Boston College, are Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes and Jacqueline James.
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Contributed by Stephen Tropiano on 12/11/2016
Patricia Zimmermann, professor of screen studies, Dale Hudson (NYU-Abu Dhabi), and Claudia Pederson (Wichita State University) published a chapter in a book probing the relationship between cinema and new media entitled Cinemas Em Redes: Tecnologia, Estetica e Politica Na Era Digital, edited by Gilberto Alexandre Sobrinho (Papirus Editora, Brazil, 2016).
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Denise Nuttall, Associate Professor of Anthropology, presents at the University of British Columbia's Anthropology Colloquia
Contributed by Jennifer Muller on 12/07/2016
“Learning to Embody the Radically Empirical: Performance, Ethnography, Sensorial Knowledge and the Art of Tabla Playing”
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Contributed by Tati Herold on 12/07/2016
Congratulations to Kyle Morris on being a recipient of the NYSATA iLead Scholarship! This scholarship provides funding up to $1,500.00 to attend the NATA iLead Conference in Grapevine, TX February 17-18, 2017. Kyle will also be selecting a session from the program and preparing an article to be included in the June 2017 NYSATA Newsletter.
iLead, a leadership workshop for undergraduate (juniors and seniors only) or graduate students who are NATA members, will be held in conjunction with the Athletic Training Educators’ Conference in early 2017. In addition, the NATA Ethnic Diversity Advisory Committee (EDAC) has created a diversity grant program for ethnically diverse athletic training students who would like to attend iLEAD but may not have the finances to do so.
Congratulations again, Kyle!
Fae Dremock, Assistant Professor in Environmental Studies and Sciences, receives two Pushcart nominations
Contributed by Cheryl Gunther on 12/07/2016
Fae Dremock, Assistant Professor in Environmental Studies and Sciences, garnered two separate Pushcart nominations this year-- for her short stories "Split Tickets" in Rum Punch Press and "Open at the Throat" in Artful Dodge.
Ellie Fitts Fulmer (Education Department) and Alesha Gayle (University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Education) present paper on racial literacy through comedy at national literacy conference
Contributed by Bonita L. Hogben on 12/06/2016
Dr. Ellie Fitts Fulmer (Ithaca College, Education Department) and Dr. Alesha Gayle (University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Education) presented a paper at the Literacy Research Association’s annual meeting in Nashville, Tennessee. Their paper, titled “LOL? Racial Literacy Through Humor in Teacher Education” explores using racial comedy media in teacher education, using literacy as a lens for understanding more about this practice. Specifically, Fulmer and Gayle focused on students’ hesitation to laugh as an avenue for zeroing in on, and expanding, their racial literacy.
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