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Arhlene A. Flowers, associate professor of Integrated Marketing Communications, announces the publication of her new book, Global Writing for Public Relations: Connecting in English with Stakeholders and Publics Worldwide, which was released this month by Routledge, a global publisher of academic books, journals, and online resources in the humanities and social sciences.

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Dr. Donathan Brown, assistant professor of Communication Studies and former H&S diversity fellow, has been asked to deliver another keynote address abroad, this time in Bangkok, Thailand.  The address, titled "The Global Diversity Crisis: Challenges and Expectations, will be given at the Third International Conference on Language, Literature, and Society.   

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The Ithaca Gun Factory manufactured high-quality firearms adjacent to Fall Creek and powered by Ithaca Falls for almost a century. Lead contamination of on-site soils and the erosion and subsequent deposition of these soils into the Fall Creek gorge are one unfortunate legacy of the operation. After the factory closed in 1986, it became an EPA-designated Superfund site due to excessive lead concentrations in the soil. 

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Stephen Tropiano, associate professor of television and radio and director of the Ithaca College Los Angeles Program, has co-authored a book with Ithaca College alum Holly Van Buren '06 on the finales of television shows. 

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Assistant Professor of Art History Jennifer Germann has published her book, Picturing Marie Leszczinska: Representing Queenship, with Ashgate press.

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Mary Ann Rishel, Professor Emerita, Writing, recently served on a Ph.D. review committee for the Australian National University, Canberra.  The candidate’s dissertation included an original satiric novel with an exegesis of David Foster Wallace’s novel, The Pale King.

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IC Asian American Alliance and the Chinese Students and Scholars Association hosted an incredibly well-attended Ramen Night on Thursday, November 19th featuring homemade ramen with all the fixings that you could dream of! The meeting with a meal featured several different types of broth including miso and shio. For many, this was the best ramen they had ever had! This event truly succeeded in exposing the Ithaca College community to Asian and Asian American cultures in a fun activity in a safe and educational environment. Kudos AAA and CSSA!

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The Senior Class is at it again! The Seniors truly showed gratitude and bomber spirit in the week leading up to Thanksgiving Break in their “Give Before You Gobble” Thanks-Giving Back Week! The week of volunteer opportunities allowed the Class of 2016 to play bingo with Circle K, volunteer with Loaves & Fishes to feed the greater Ithaca community, make Thanksgiving cards and SunnyGrams, and organize the Tompkins County Public Library! The altruistic spirit is fueling their overall goal of 2,016 volunteer hours before graduation!

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Guiding Eyes For the Blind supports the lives of individuals who are blind and visually impaired by raising future Guide Dogs on campus. To help connect their mission with Ithaca College, they held an event featuring a student who lives life with a guide dog on Wednesday, November 18. Tim Conners inspired all who came to the event and put a personality and a face to individuals who utilize guide dogs. Great job Guiding Eyes!

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Hi-Fashion Studios held their renowned fashion show on November 19th at 8:00pm in Emerson Suites. The fashion show was themed "Timeless," featuring fashions from past decades- the 20s until today. IC Voicestream and IC Beatbox performed during intermissions. This incredibly well-orchestrated event brought Emerson Suites to a standing ovation. Look out for these trendsetters!

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Brothers for Brothers (B4B) is a student organization dedicated to providing a safe space and support system for marginalized men on campus.  B4B welcomes all students on campus who identify as male and incorporates many aspects of community involvement.  They operate on a CAPS system, which stands for community, academic, political, and social.  These are the four major focus areas of B4B: community service, academic commitment, and political and social consciousness.

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Paul Wilson, assistant professor of art history, published an article entitled “Monumental Indifference in Tallinn” in the journal Public Art Dialogue.

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Assistant Professor Doug Turnbull and Luke Waldner ’17 were awarded an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Research Grant to support the MegsRadio project. MegsRadio is a locally-focused personalized Internet radio service that is currently being developed by a team of computer science and emerging media students at Ithaca College.

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Donathan Brown, Department of Communication Studies (H&S) is slated to speak with students and faculty, via WebEx, at Hadassah Academic College in Jerusalem.  The event will pertain to race and ethnicity in American politics, one of Dr. Brown's areas of expertise. Lasting ninety minutes, the lecture/seminar is designed to allow participants to ask questions and interact with the expert, in this case Dr. Brown.

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Ithaca College will be represented by Professor of Politics, Tom Shevory, at the upcoming UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), 21st Session of Conference of the Parties (COP 21), held in Paris, France.  Professor Shevory will be attending the conference December 7-12th. 

Ithaca College's participation includes co-sponsorship of a side event, organized by Women's Earth and Climate Caucus (WECC), entitled, "Women Leading Solutions on the Frontlines of Climate Change:  Forests, Renewable Energy and Health."  The event features the voices of Indigenous women leaders protecting forests and biodiversity...and showcases women as agents of change in transitioning to 100% renewable energy and for the health of people and planet.  WECC will be holding a press conference, also co-sponsored by Ithaca College.  (Special thanks to Wyolah Garden, Program Coordinator, WECC).

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The Image Text Ithaca (ITI) summer workshop (including the work of Ithaca College undergraduate student interns) received a glowing report in the latest issue of Afterimage; The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism. In addition, one of our Junior Fellows, photographer Andre Bradley, had his work featured in the Portfolio section of the magazine. 

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 Associate Professor and Chair of Anthropology, David Turkon, attended the 9th World Congress on Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD), in Cape Town, South Africa. David’s research was presented in a paper, “Exposure to Food Insecurity During Critical Developmental Phases: Using  DOHaD and Syndemics to Disentangle Environmental Exposures and Epigenetic Processes,” that was co-authored with his colleague David Himmelgreen from the University of South Florida. 

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Chris Matusiak, Assistant Professor of English, has won the 2015 Barbara D. Palmer Award for his essay "Elizabeth Beeston, Sir Lewis Kirke, and the Cockpit's Management during the English Civil Wars."

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Carlos Figueroa, Assistant Professor, Politics Department, presented a paper titled Bridge Narratives and Spatial Citizenship at the U.S. Mexico Border at the Mapping Nations, Locating Citizens:  An International Conference on Nationalism and Identity in Toronto, Canada (October 2015). 

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Naeem Inayatullah (Politics) and David Blaney published “A Problem with Levels: How to Engage a Diverse International Political Economy,” in  Revista Contexto Internacional. 


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