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Contributed by Estela Santos-Pape on 12/08/2014
Luca Maurer, program director of the Center for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Education, Outreach, and Services, presented at the National Sex Ed Conference in Meadowlands, NJ. The Center for Sex Education’s National Sex Ed Conference is the largest gathering of sexuality educators in the world.
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Contributed by Dan Breen on 12/08/2014
Claire Gleitman, Professor of English, will publish two articles in upcoming issues of The Arthur Miller Journal. Her research article "Saint-Mamas Strudel and the Single Man in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman" will appear in the journal's spring 2015 issue, and her review of IC's spring production of The Crucible is available in the present (fall 2014) issue.
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Contributed by Ari Kissiloff on 12/05/2014
On November 21st, Project Look Sharp’s Chris Sperry, attended the 94th NCSS Annual Conference in beautiful and historic Boston, Massachusetts. The NCSS Conference is the world’s largest and most comprehensive social studies professional development conference. The event allowed people to gain new ideas, resources, and skills while being engaging and exploring rich and varied learning opportunities. More than 3,000 people across the United States and the world attended the conference to share the most current knowledge, ideas, expertise and research in social studies education.
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Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 12/04/2014
On November 26 Dr. Paul De Luca presented a seminar of his research documenting arthropod diversity at The Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve, on Eleuthera Island, in The Bahamas. Dr. De Luca was invited to present his findings as part of the Fall 2014 Levy Preserve Lecture Series. He has been working at The Levy Preserve since 2012 at the request of The Bahamas National Trust which oversees the management of the national park system in The Bahamas. In the 2 years since he has been working there he has identified over 300 species of arthropods, including the recent discovery of a new species of katydid which he is currently describing in collaboration with colleagues from the University of Toronto.
Contributed by Matt Morgan on 12/04/2014
Janice Elich Monroe presented a session entitled, BREATH Pathway to Personal and Professional Success: An exploration and Application of Mindfulfulness and Relaxation Techniques utilizing Multi-Sensory Environments at the International Snoozelen an Multi-sensory Environments XII World Conference in Hameenlinna, Finland on October 31, 2014.
Monroe was instrumental in planning the conference as an English reader, manuscript reviewer for the E-Journal and published an article by the same title in the journal. The conference included trip to a variety of treatment facilities for individuals with disabling conditions that specialized in providing multi-sensory environments.
SLPA faculty and students present at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Convention in Orlando
Contributed by Matt Morgan on 12/04/2014
Faculty, graduate students, and alumni from the Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology presented at the ASHA Convention November 20-22. With over 12,000 attendees, the Annual Convention is the prime professional development event for speech-language pathologists, audiologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists.
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Contributed by Michele Lenhart on 12/04/2014
During the semester prior to graduation, all Leadership Scholars present a Senior Capstone to highlight who they have become as a leader and a scholar during their time at Ithaca College. The scholars present on a variety of experiences that have helped them develop leadership skills, and they are asked to discuss the impact of these experiences on their plans after IC, as well.
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Contributed by Paul Deamer on 12/04/2014
Congratulations to Lisa Famularo ’16, on her recent achievement of earning Microsoft Office Specialist certification for Office Excel 2013.
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Contributed by Estela Santos-Pape on 12/04/2014
Angela Koivula, Ph.D., Psychologist at Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) recently participated in a panel discussion on November 21st at the 21st annual conference on depression at Tompkins County Public Library.
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Contributed by Jennifer Muller on 12/04/2014
On Nov. 19, 2014, the Anthropology Department and Kuikapiko (the anthropology student club) hosted a talk by Professors Rossen and Hansen titled "Engaged Anthropology and Revitalization in the Haudenosaunee Homeland."
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Contributed by Bonita Ferguson on 12/02/2014
Sherry Deckman’s (Education) work, “Beyond the Numbers: Institutional Influences on Experiences With Diversity on Elite College Campuses,” appears in the current (December 2014) issue of Sociological Forum. The paper, co-authored with Natasha Warikoo (Harvard University), draws on 77 in-depth interviews with students from two elite universities. The paper argues that though the schools have demographically similar student bodies, different institutional approaches can have significant impact on students’ campus diversity experiences and reflects Sherry’s larger research agenda focused on diversity in education.
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Daniel Weller (Anthropology 2012) and David Turkon (Anthropology) coauthor article for Ecology, Food and Nutrition
Contributed by Michael A. Malpass on 12/02/2014
The article, "Contextualizing the Immigrant Experience: The Role of Food and Foodways in Identity Maintenance and Formation for First- and Second Generation Latinos in Ithaca, New York," is based on research that Weller carried out while a student at Ithaca College. Weller's original paper won the prestigious Christine Wilson Award, presented to outstanding undergraduate and graduate student research papers that examine topics within the perspectives of nutrition, food studies and anthropology.
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Contributed by Kim Dunnick on 12/01/2014
IC Voice Faculty Deborah Montgomery, Marc Webster and Ivy Walz will perform Mozart Requiem with Blackstone Valley Community Chorus, directed by mother of alum. They will also lead a singing master class for Boston area high school student singers.
Contributed by Melissa Gattine on 12/01/2014
Katalin Lustyik, Associate Professor, (MASS Department,Television-Radio Program) gives an invited presentation at an international workshop entitled "The Transnational History of Children's Media" hosted by the Department for Media, Cognition and Communication at the University of Copenhagen on December 3-5, 2014.
Patricia Zimmermann presents at the International Symposium on Electronic Arts in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Contributed by Melissa Gattine on 12/01/2014
Patricia Zimmermann, professor of Screen Studies and codirector of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, presented a paper entitled “Taking Things Apart: Convening Micropublics in New Media Arts,” at the 20th Annual International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
ISEA is an international symposium for new media scholars, artists, designers, programmers, coders, and innovators.
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Contributed by Jean Hardwick on 12/01/2014
Biochemistry majors Emily Powers ('15) and Katie Luckett ('16) presented their research, performed in collaboration with Jean Hardwick (Biology), at the annual Society for Neuroscience meetings in Washington DC.
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Jean Hardwick was awarded the Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience "Outstanding Service Award" at their annual meeting as part of the Society for Neuroscience meetings in Washington DC.
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Contributed by Mara Alper on 11/30/2014
Mara Alper was selected to present at the 7th World Water Forum in Korea in April 2015, the world’s largest water related event. She will present her talk “Re-Imagining Water,” with an emphasis on water awareness and education to motivate behavioral changes. It will highlight content from her IC courses “The Power of Water” and ‘Water Planet,” and engage international educators and NGOs in discussions about effective water education approaches.
As described on the organization’s website: “The World Water Forum is the largest water-related event in the world. This multi-stakeholder event is attended by world-renowned scholars, international organizations, officials, mayors, parliamentarians, NGOs, research institutions, public and private businesses, and civil society organizations.” Held every three years in a different host country, it features panels, discussions and a Water Expo showcasing solutions to widespread water issues. This year’s theme is “Implementation.”
Water Water Forum website: http://eng.worldwaterforum7.org/introduce/intro.asp
Contributed by Jenny Stockdale on 11/25/2014
Yesterday during its annual meeting in Scottsdale, AZ, the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) announced the appointment of Ithaca College School of Music Dean Karl Paulnack to the Commission on Accreditation.
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