Contributed by Tammy Sritecha on 09/10/2014
Four current or former Ithaca College student members of Phi Kappa Phi were recently selected to receive awards from the Phi Kappa Phi national organization.
Tiffany Lu (M.M., Performance in Conducting) - Love of Learning Grant
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Contributed by Denise Vanderburgh on 09/10/2014
Minna Resnick’s work will be included in the exhibition “Print Facets: Five Centuries of Printmakers" at The Curator Gallery/Chelsea, NYC from Sept 12 through October 25, 2014.
Contributed by Kristin Morse on 09/09/2014
Lisa Barnard, Assistant Professor in Strategic Communication, has had a paper accepted for presentation at the 2014 MAPOR (Mid-Atlantic Public Opinion Research) Conference.
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Contributed by Melissa Gattine on 09/09/2014
Marlena Grzaslewicz, an Emmy-winning sound editor, recently finished work on Ken Burns' upcoming documentary The Roosevelts: An Intimate Story. The PBS series begins on Sunday, September 14.
Grzaslewicz served as dialogue editor on the project. At Ithaca College Grzaslewicz is a Pendleton Endowed Chair and Assistant Professor in the Department of Media Arts, Sciences, and Studies.
To watch the preview of the series, visit: http://www.pbs.org/kenburns/the-roosevelts/.
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Contributed by Naeem Inayatullah on 09/08/2014
Don Beachler (Politics) published, "The Quest for Justice in Cambodia: Power, Politics, and the Khmer Rouge Tribunal," in Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal, Volume 8 , 2014, special issue on Post-Genocide Cambodia.
Please follow the link for an abstract: scholarcommons.usf.edu/gsp/vol8/iss2/9/
Contributed by Estela Santos-Pape on 09/03/2014
Three of CAPS clinicians presented at the 32nd Annual Counseling Centers of New York (CCNY) Conference this summer in Plattsburgh, NY.
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Carlos Figueroa has just published a book Foreword for a collection of scripts/plays by Tony Broadwick titled "You're Not Listening and Other Plays"
Contributed by Kimberly Anderson on 09/03/2014
Carlos Figueroa, assistant professor in the Politics Department, has just published a book Foreword for a collection of scripts/plays by Tony Broadwick titled You're Not Listening and Other Plays (Fountainhead Press, 2014) that challenges us to take seriously what Figueroa calls "the dominance of ascriptive markers thinking,"; that is, the politics of categories of difference (race, ethnicity, class, gender, religion, among others) that often get in the way of substantive human communication and relations. These categories of difference are structured and defined by unequal power relations among & between people who are situated within shifting often controversial institutional and communal spaces. Figueroa writes, in the early decades of "the 21st Century, scholars, writers, and poets have explored, and revisited the concepts of race, ethnicity, class, gender, religion, and sexual orientation, and their relations to identity, citizenship and communal politics within a number of historical contexts, policy debates and public discourses.
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Contributed by Emily Mason on 09/03/2014
Dr. Emily Mason recently published an article titled, in General Music Today.
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Contributed by Matt Morgan on 09/02/2014
Jan Elich Monroe, associate professor and chair of the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies, presented at the JAMK School of Applied Sciences International Summer School in Finland this summer.
The topic of this year's Summer School was Creativity, Learning and Quality of Life. Monroe's presentation was titled "Contemplative Education: Refocusing our energy and Finding Meaning in Our Teaching."
The Summer School was attended by faculty from the United States, Finland, United Kingdom, and Norway.
Sociology faculty Bhavani Arabandi, Stephen Sweet and Alicia Swords publish article on strategy to teach about global inequality
Contributed by Sharon Loucks on 08/29/2014
Sociology faculty Bhavani Arabandi (assistant professor), Stephen Sweet (associate professor) and Alicia Swords (associate professor) published “Testing the Flat World Thesis: Using a Public Dataset to Engage Students in the Global Inequality Debate”.
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Contributed by Mara Alper on 08/29/2014
Mara Alper’s documentary art Sacred Waters of Bali screened at the Westbeth Gallery in New York City from May – June. It was exhibited in the “Time Frames Marking Time” multi-media exhibition that featured 19 artists who engage time as a palpable presence. The show was curated by Elisa Decker and Barbara Lubliner. The video can be viewed on Mara’s Vimeo channel at http://vimeo.com/channels/maraalper/89910746 It is part of a longer work in progress about water in Balinese rituals and in their complex irrigation system.
Because of her work in Bali, Mara was invited to give a talk on “Exploring Culture Through Filmmaking” in June at the Cornell seminar “Global Competency and the Arts” presented by the Einuadi Center for International Studies.
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Heather Dichter co-edits Diplomatic Games: Sport, Statecraft, and International Relations since 1945
Contributed by Matt Morgan on 08/28/2014
Heather Dichter, assistant professor in the Department of Sport Media and Management, co-edited the recently published book Diplomatic Games: Sport, Statecraft, and International Relations since 1945.
The book explores the role sports has played in driving political and cultural change in the world over the past seven decades, examining landmark events including the United States' boycott of the 1980 Olympics in the Soviet Union and the end of apartheid in South Africa.
For more information or to buy this book, click here.
Contributed by Chrystyna Dail on 08/28/2014
Four Ithaca College faculty members presented at the ATHE conference in July.
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Melinda Cozzolino and Carole Dennis present at International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists in Yokohama, Japan
Contributed by Evan Swanhart on 08/28/2014
Melinda Cozzolino and Carole Dennis attended the 16th International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists in Yokohama, Japan, June 18-21, 2014.
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Contributed by Paul Deamer on 08/27/2014
Congratulations to Tyler Ashe '16 on winning the Project Run With It competition during the Beta Alpha Psi international meeting.
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Contributed by Marella Feltrin-Morris on 08/27/2014
Julia Cozzarelli, Associate Professor of Italian, published an article titled "'Poscia, più che 'l dolor, poté 'l digiuno': Translation and Interpretation in Inferno XXXIII" in the summer issue of Romance Notes.
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Ellie Fitts Fulmer, Assistant Professor of Education, presents at the Action Research Network of the Americas Annual Conference
Contributed by Bonita Ferguson on 08/27/2014
Ellie Fitts Fulmer, Department of Education, presented, "The Course Identities Framework: A Tool for Investigating White Teachers' Engagement in Multicultural Education Coursework" at the Action Research Network of the Americas Annual Conference this spring. The paper suggests a pedagogical approach for teaching and co-learning that reconsiders the mythology of resistance narratives about student learning on personally and socially challenging content, such as anti-racism and social justice issues. This work draws upon data from Dr. Fulmer's practitioner inquiry study of her own graduate level teaching in recent years. The paper will be published in the first issue of the peer-reviewed ARNA Conference Proceedings this winter.
The Environmental Studies and Sciences (ENVS) department has been awarded a grant from The Dominion Foundation
Contributed by Kimberly Anderson on 08/27/2014
The Environmental Studies and Sciences (ENVS) department at Ithaca College has received support for its interdisciplinary experiential learning program. Specifically, for the students of our Non-Timber Forest Products (or NTFP) program to explore the use of different technologies to reduce the energy intensity of maple syrup production. Maple syrup production is economically and culturally important in upstate New York and represents a commercial activity that does not require harvesting of trees.
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