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Contributed by Arlene Dende on 10/30/2013
Maurice Grant '13, Adeesha Ekanayake '14, and Prof. Doug Turnbull (Computer Science) recently had their peer-reviewed paper "MeUse: Recommending Internet Radio Stations" accepted for publication in the proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Music Information Retrieval. The conference will be held in Curitiba, Brazil from November 4-8.
Prof. Turnbull is also a co-author on a second paper entitled "Taste Over Time: The Temporal Dynamics of User Preferences" which will also be presented at the conference.
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Minna Resnick, Art Department, has work included in the New York Public Library (Main Branch) print exhibition Play Things.
Contributed by Denise Vanderburgh on 10/30/2013
The show is from November 15, 2013 to March 9, 2014. Madeleine Viljoen, Curator of Prints, selected the exhibition from prints in the Library's permanent collection. Resnick's print was purchased this summer.
Contributed by Carol Jennings on 10/29/2013
Park Productions screened student collaborative work at the Region One meeting of the Broadcast Education Association held Saturday, October 26th at the College of St. Rose in Albany, New York. Carol Jennings, Director of the Park Media Lab, focused her presentation on an educational outreach video filmed in Antananarivo, Madagascar about lemur behavior and habitats.
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Contributed by Michael Smith on 10/29/2013
Jonathan Ablard, Associate Professor of History and Director of Latin American Studies, presented a workshop and gave an invited lecture at the Center for Interdisciplinary Research in the Sciences and Humanities of the National Autonomous University of Mexico in Mexico City.
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The Ithacan’s website was honored with the Online Pacemaker Award for 2013 at the Fall National College Media Convention in New Orleans on Oct. 26. The Pacemakers are the highest honors awarded by the Associated Collegiate Press and are generally regarded as “the Pulitzer Prize of collegiate journalism.”
The competition entries were judged during the Spring 2013 semester (Kelsey O’Connor ’13, editor in chief; Honest Charley Bodkin ’15, webmaster).
The Ithacan has won the award six times in the past eight years.
The print edition of The Ithacan was a finalist in the Newspaper Pacemaker category and was presented with a Newspaper Pacemaker Finalist Award at the convention as well.
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Sanford selected as a faculty presenter at Annual Meeting and Conference of the Society for Social Work Leadership on Health Care
Contributed by Matt Morgan on 10/24/2013
Marie Sanford, Clinical Associate Professor in the Dept. of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, was selected as a faculty presenter at the 48th Annual Meeting and Conference of the Society for Social Work Leadership on Health Care in Philadelphia (October 2-5, 2013). Her seminar entitled “Interviewing Practices and the Interpretation of Children’s Statements” A Linguistic Perspective,” offered identifiable linguistic indicators used in evaluating statements obtained from investigative interviews of children.
Peter Silberman, associate professor of music theory in the School of Music, recently published an article in Gamut, the online journal of the Music Theory Society of the Mid-Atlantic.
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Contributed by Lee Goodhew Romm on 10/22/2013
Lee Goodhew Romm, professor of bassoon, served as a guest artist at The Georgia State Double Reed Day, October 20, 2013. Goodhew Romm collaborated on a recital and met with many Atlanta area bassoon and oboe students in Master Classes. She worked with double reed colleagues Nancy Ambrose King, Lara Dahl, Mike Muszynski and Laura Medisky.
Contributed by Gary Wells on 10/21/2013
Josh T. Franco's essay "Rebozo [Man] in Nepantla: Xican@ Gender & Arts Revolution in San Anto, Tejas" was published as a chapter in the tri-lingual anthology México en sus revoluciones (Mexico In Its Revolutions), University of Toronto Press. Through a framework built on philosopher Maria Lugones's notion of "decoloniality of gender," the essay addresses Franco's own performance work and the politics of funding and exhibiting amongst two longstanding arts institutions in San Antonio, Texas.
Bodhi Rogers invited to give keynote address on Flipping the Classroom at the Project Kaleidoscope Upstate New York Regional Network Conference on October 26, 2013.
Contributed by Jill Ackerman on 10/21/2013
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Justine Vosloo presents with four graduate students at Association for Applied Sport Psychology Conference
Contributed by Matt Morgan on 10/20/2013
Justine Vosloo, Assistant Professor in the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences, and four graduate students from the graduate program in Exercise and Sport Sciences delivered three presentations at the 28th Annual Association for Applied Sport Psychology Conference in New Orleans, La., October 2-5.
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Contributed by Melissa Gattine on 10/17/2013
Steve Seidman, professor emeritus and lecturer in the Department of Strategic Communication, has written an article, which appears in the Fall 2013 issue of the Phi Kappa Phi Forum. The theme of the issue is "Funny Business," and Dr. Seidman's piece is titled "U.S. Presidential Campaign Slogans: In Other Word …," and it deals with the manipulation of American voters through catchphrases, giving examples from 1800 through 2012.
The Phi Kappa Phi Forum is a quarterly magazine published by The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
Claudia Pederson, Screen Studies, invited by Goethe Institute (Germany) to curate and conduct new media workshops in Greece
Contributed by Melissa Gattine on 10/17/2013
Claudia Pederson, assistant professor of screen studies, was invited by the Goethe Institute (Germany) to conduct a presentation and present her collaborative project, Gün, with the Turkish American artist Arzu Ozkal, at the exhibition “ArtUP! Media Art in Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey “ in Athens, Greece.
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Contributed by Paul Deamer on 10/17/2013
For the first time in the School of Business' history, a student has earned top level certification by Microsoft.
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Contributed by Ari Kissiloff on 10/16/2013
Cyndy Scheibe and Chris Sperry of Project Look Sharp presented at the Symposium on the Historical Roots of Media Literacy, where experts in media literacy were invited to present on the historical framework of the field.
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Contributed by Tina Bennett on 10/15/2013
This past summer Darius J. Conger, Department of Economics and Ryan E. Cruz, Department of Sport Management and Media, presented a paper entitled “Hierarchical Occupational Segregation and Player Productivity in Professional Tennis Tours” at the Eastern Economics Association in New York City.
Contributed by Ari Kissiloff on 10/14/2013
Washington, DC - In August, the Association of Education and Journalism in Mass Communication’s held its 101st conference in DC. Cyndy Scheibe, the founder and Executive Director of Project Look Sharp at Ithaca College, presented at the conferences only session on media literacy. The panel was expected to have a small audience, but during the session the room was filled with journalists, faculty, and graduate students from journalism and communications schools.
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