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Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 10/07/2016
Maki Inada presented in Kyoto, Japan!
Maki Inada. Poster Presentation. “Serine Phosphorylation in the C-Terminal Domain of RNA Polymerase II Modulates Gene Expression in Sub-telomeric Regions of Schizosaccharomyces pombe via Chromatin States”. Eukaryotic mRNA Processing Meeting. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Kyoto, Japan. Summer 2016. Co-authored with Robert J. Nichols (Biochemistry '14), Jahan-Yar Parsa and Christina M. Home (University of California, Berkeley), Ruby A. Benn and Reyal S. Hoxie (Biochemistry ’15), Hiten D. Madhani and Stewart Schuman (University of California, San Francisco), Beate Schwer (Weill Cornell Medical College), Jeffrey A. Pleiss (Cornell University). View the abstract here.
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Contributed by Judy Smith on 10/07/2016
Barney Beins chaired a symposium and presented a paper at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association in Denver, Colorado. He also participated on APA’s Council of Representatives, the governing body of the organization.
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Sae-Mi Lee awarded the “Student Diversity Award” at the 31st annual Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP)
Contributed by Tati Herold on 10/06/2016
Sae-Mi Lee, one of HSHP Pre-Doctoral Diversity Fellows was awarded the “Student Diversity Award” at the 31st annual Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) conference held September 28- October 1 in Phoenix AZ.
This award recognizes and honors the achievements of students involved in research, service or applied experiences that focus on diversity issues.
Sae-Mi Lee also presented a workshop at the conference titled: “It is Our Problem: How to Advocate for Social Change in Applied Sport Psychology” with colleagues from the University of Tennessee and West Virginia University.
Exercise and Sport Studies faculty and students presented at the 31st annual Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP)
Contributed by Tati Herold on 10/06/2016
Exercise and Sport Studies faculty and students represented Ithaca College at the 31st annual Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) conference held September 28- October 1 in Phoenix AZ. AASP is the premier international conference in sport and exercise psychology.
Associate Professor Justine Vosloo (Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences) and a group of graduate students in the Exercise and Sport Sciences Graduate Program presented a workshop titled:
“Making Learning Fun: Creative Activities for those Potentially Dry Topics within Sport and Exercise Performance Consulting” by Sydney Masters, Cathlyn Pistolas, Brian McDevitt, Margaret McConnell, Megan Walker, Justine Vosloo.
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Contributed by Osman Yurekli on 10/04/2016
Two Ithaca College students, seniors Daniel Tjie and Ryan Bianconi, from the Department of Mathematics presented at MathFest 2016.
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Online resources for Project Look Sharp’s “Media Constructions of Presidential Campaigns” curriculum updated - just in time for election season
Contributed by Ari Kissiloff on 10/03/2016
In anticipation of the upcoming 2016 presidential election, Ithaca College’s Media Literacy Initiative “Project Look Sharp” has updated their popular high school through college curriculum to include media resources comparing past presidential campaigns with the current election.
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Contributed by Cory Brown on 09/30/2016
Writing Professor Cory Brown has published an autobiographical personal essay entitled "Brutality of Desire" in Journal of Narrative Politics, volume 3, number 1
Contributed by Cheryl Gunther on 09/29/2016
Xanthe Matychak, ENVS, will be sitting on two panels at World Makerfaire this weekend. In the first panel she will share the work that she does with the makers of Air Quality Egg, a web connected air quality sensor made in Ithaca by Wicked Device, LLC. Xanthe extended that work into a student project last semester that was featured at EdTech day.
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Contributed by Jason Freitag on 09/28/2016
In July, Matt Klemm, Associate Professor, History, was one of fifteen scholars invited to participate in a Faculty Development Seminar on the Ancient Greek historian, Herodotus.
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Patricia Zimmermann serves as Guest Juror for CAPTURE: A Community Filmmaking Project in Chattanooga, Tennessee
Contributed by Stephen Tropiano on 09/27/2016
Patricia Zimmermann, professor of screen studies and codirector of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, was invited to Chattanooga, Tennesee by the Association of Visual Arts (AVA), one of the oldest arts organizations in the region, to present a variety of lectures, school visits, and presentations.
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Sullivan and Pfaff publish a chapter in the book Present Successes and Future Challenges in Honors Education
Contributed by Thomas J. Pfaff on 09/26/2016
Bob Sullivan and Tom Pfaff have a chapter published in the first of three monographs on the future of Honors Education. Their chapter, Seminars, Curricula, Rigor: Paradoxical Constraints on the Future of Honors appear in Present Successes and Future Challenges in Honors Education. The book is published by Rowman & Littlefield. The second book, Continuity and Innovation in Honors College Curricula, is available now and the third, Structural Challenges and the Future of Honors Education, will be available in December.
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Contributed by Jack Wang on 09/25/2016
The work of Professor Jerry Mirskin of the Department of Writing is the subject of an essay entitled "The Hard Part Is Knowing What to Say: The Poetry of Jerry Mirskin" by Howard Nelson, which appears in the current issue of The Hollins Critic, a publication of Hollins University. The essay is part of a series that "presents the first serious surveys of the whole bodies of contemporary writers’ work." Other writers whose work has been surveyed include John Engels, Jane Hirshfield, and Edwidge Danticat.
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Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 04/28/2016
Jean Hardwick, Professor of Biology, was a awarded a 3 year research grant (~$365,000) from the National Institute of Health to support her research on the role of neuropeptides in the remodeling of the cardiac nervous system with heart disease. Hardwick and her students are examining the changes induced by chronic heart disease in an animal model of myocardial infarction (or a heart attack) to determine how specific signaling molecules are changing and whether these changes are contributing to the pathology of the disease, or acting to improve cardiac function. The NIH grant, which will begin later this summer, will allow the lab to purchase new equipment for sophisticated electrical recordings from neurons, as well as funding student research opportunities during the summers.
Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 02/04/2016
Andy Smith's lab published a paper in the Journal of Experimental Biology titled,"'Double network gels and the toughness of terrestrial slug glue". Alex Wilks ('15), Sarah Rabice ('14), Holly Garbacz ('15) and Cailin Harro ('17) co-authored this paper.
The article is available here: http://jeb.biologists.org/content/218/19/3128
Erika Bucior, Ithaca College (Environmental Studies '16), won the Best Poster Presentation Award; co-authored with Peter Melcher (Biology)
Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 08/31/2015
Erika Bucior, Ithaca College, won the Best Poster Presentation Award for “The physiological responses of Brassica rapa (Fast Plants) to nutrient and drought stress” Co-author: Peter Melcher. Presented at the 2015 Botanical Society of America Annual Meeting held in Edmonton, Alberta Canada for the Physiological Section.
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Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 09/21/2013
Newest Research Findings Hit the Media:
Learn and read more about Andy's work here.
Contributed by Jenny Stockdale on 08/15/2013
This month, Ithaca College Summer Music Academy (SMA) celebrated the conclusion of its third successful year. Having enrolled 381 participants—an increase of 19% from 2012—SMA students hailed from 18 states and six foreign countries, including Argentina, Canada, China, Japan, Morocco, and Taiwan. The SMA expanded to offer new programs this year, including an International Division, Performance Track, and Jazz Institute, which each added to the success and prominence of the Academy.
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