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Assistant Professor Wendy Dann (Department of Theatre Arts) has been awarded a 2013 NYFA Fellowship in the category of Playwriting/Screenwriting.

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Deb Harper, Ph.D., Director of The Office of Counseling and Wellness, presented on two panels at the 64th annual conference for the Association of University and College Counseling Center Directors (AUCCCD) held in San Diego, CA in October 26-30, 2013.

The panels were entitled: “Creating Welcoming Spaces for Students Who Aren’t Clients – Yet” and “Wearing Two Hats, Speaking with Two Voices:  The Complicated Role of Counseling Center Directors on BIT Teams.”

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The Ithaca College Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi national honor society held its annual awards reception on November 8, 2013, in the Klingenstein Lounge of the Campus Center.

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The Oracle Honor Society Inducted 158 New Members on Monday, November 4, 2013.

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Japanese publisher SUPER LABO is proud to announce the release of the new book "LOST HOME" by Harvey Benge, JH Engstrom, Roe Ethridge, Takashi Homma, Ron Jude, Daido Moriyama, Christian Patterson, Slavica Perkovic,Bertien van Manen, and Terri Weifenbach.

 

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 Dr. Patrick McKeon, PhD, ATC, CSCS gives invited presentation on federally funded ankle rehabilitation research to sports medicine clinicians at West Point Military Academy

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Beth Rugg, Assistant Director, Technology and Instructional Support Services , ITS, gave three presentations at the annual ACM SIGUCCS conference in Chicago during the week of November 7th.

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The Ukraine National Tchaikovsky Academy of Music turned 100 years old last week, and during the three-day celebration of speeches, concerts, and classes, representatives from music conservatories throughout Europe and beyond spoke during a day of speeches and praise for the Academy.  One of the speakers was Kim Dunnick, professor of music, who was invited to speak to the development and success of the brass instrument area of the Academy.  

 

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Jeffery Meyer, Director of Orchestras, appeared with the Stony Brook Symphony Orchestra in Stony Brook, NY to conduct the graduate orchestra.  A graduate of SUNY SB, where he studied with pianist Gilbert Kalish, this appearance with the orchestra will mark Meyer’s second performance with the orchestra. The Stony Brook Symphony Orchestra is composed of outstanding musicians from all over the world pursuing advanced studies in the graduate school of the Department of Music with renowned performance faculty.

  

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Associate Professor Jennifer Jolly (Department of Art History) presented a paper in Queretaro, Mexico, as part of the Annual International Art History Congress sponsored by UNAM’s Instituto de Investigaciones Esteticas.  Fitting with the conference’s "Landscape in the Americas" theme, Jolly gave a paper entitled “Seeing Lake Pátzcuaro: Landscape, Art and Tourism in Cardentista Mexico,” which is part of her larger study of art, tourism, and nation-building in 1930s Mexico.

The international experiences of archaeologists and new dimensions of plant studies were explored in Dr. Rossen's two presentations.

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Rachel Klumpp, '14, a speech-language pathology major and aging studies minor, received in October the State Society on Aging NY award for best undergraduate paper, "Nutrition Programs and Policies for Elders." Although extenuating circumstances precluded her being able to attend the annual conference in Saratoga Springs, the award included free registration and hotel accommodations. Congratulations, Rachel! Rachel's abstract of her award-winning paper is below:

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Two members of the Aging Studies department presented at this year's annual State Society on Aging NY conference in Saratoga Springs in October 2013. Associate professor and chair Mary Ann Erickson moderated a panel and also presented in the Walter Beattie Symposium on "The Role of Gerontology Education Centers in Capacity Building." Assistant professor and IC/Longview coordinator Christine Pogorzala presented a poster session, "What's That There? Experiential Learning Opportunities in an Undergraduate Memory Loss and Aging Course." 

 

Dr. Ernest Nalette, an Associate Professor in the Department of Physical /Rochester Center, was the keynote speaker last month in Boston at Massachusetts General Hospital ’s Physical Therapy Month celebration.  

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Terry Ruger, Assistant Director ITS, is a panelist at the annual ACM SIGUCCS conference in Chicago on "Technology in Classrooms and Event Spaces". The panel is comprised of representatives from NYU, the University of Rochester and the Cleveland Institute of Art.

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Chrystyna Dail, Assistant Professor of Theatre History, will give a talk about the "Changing Needs and Expectations for Graduate Students in Theatre and Performance Studies" at the national meeting of the American Society for Theatre Research (ASTR) in Dallas on Saturday, November 9th.  Chrystyna currently serves as the co-chair of the New Paradigms in Graduate Education Committee for ASTR. 

Professor Turkon gave the opening presentation and participated in the closing panel discussion at "Towards Dynamic Small Towns: A Research Symposium" held  at the University of the Free State in South Africa

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Cory Serviente, B.S. (2013, Clinical Exercise Science) and Professor Gary Sforzo published an article entitled "Measuring Waist Circumference to Determine Cardiometabolic Risk" in the American College of Sports Medicine 's Health & Fitness Journal (2013: p.29-34). 

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Department of Theatre Arts Assistant Professor Wendy Dann’s short play “Brother Love” has been accepted for publication in the winter 2014 issue of Stone Canoe: a journal of arts, literature, and social commentary for Syracuse University. Professor Dann will attend a launch celebration and award presentation on January 18, 2014 in Syracuse, NY.

IC Mock Trial competed along with 18 other teams this past weekend at the annual Colgate Classic, and Freshman Samantha Shaffer and Sophomore Nate Spilman won individual honors. 

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