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Learning Opportunities

The Office of Employee & Organizational Development is pleased to once again offer Engaging Professionals at Ithaca College (EPIC), a competency-based certificate program for administrative office professionals.

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Please join us at ESCAPE 2014 in the Emerson Suites from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, August 5th!

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Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, Senator Thomas O’Mara and Mayor Shawn Hogan invite you to participate in the Southern Tier Citizen Preparedness Corps Training Program that will be held on Saturday, July 12, 2014 at 11:00 AM at the Hornell High School Auditorium (134 Seneca Street, Hornell, NY 14843).

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On Tuesday, July 8th, from 12 noon until 1:00 PM, Career Services will be hosting an informative Lunch & Learn for all students still within the Ithaca College and Ithaca area.

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From the moment you were born, you had unique gut instincts. There were things you “knew” long before you were taught or learned to think; things that stick with you for life. The way you play; how much "alone time" you need or want; the type of friends you choose; the work that interests you; how and whom you date; the physical exercise you like best; the spiritual practice that appeals to you; the type of living situation you prefer, what a “fun” vacation looks like–in short, all of the things that make you feel most fully alive, most joyful, most “you.” Not only were these drivers present in you at birth–they can often be expressed in just five to seven words.

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From the moment you were born, you had unique gut instincts.  There were things you "knew" long before you were taught or learned to think; things that stick with you for life.  The way you play; how much "alone time" you need or want; the type of friends you choose; the work that interests you; how and whom you date; the physical exercise you like best; the spiritual practice that appeals to you; the type of living situation you prefer, what a "fun" vacation looks like - in short, all of the things that make you feel most fully alive, most joyful, most "you."  Not only were these drivers present in you at birth - they can often be expressed in just five to seven words.

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Change is today's norm, navigating transition can feel overwhelming and yet, it's here to stay.  Ask yourself the question...

Would it be alright with me if ongoing change got a little easier?

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Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity assistant professor Paula Ioanide will offer "Watching Race in American Media" as an online course during the May Summer Session (May 13-23). Course fulfills DIVERSITY designation; General Education requirements 1: Self & Society and GE h: Historical Perspective, Humanities, Liberal Arts. To enroll, search course number CSCR 26100 for Summer 2014 term on Homerconnect.

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 These HEALTH courses are open to ALL Students

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ENVS’s natural history and wildlife ecology expert Jason Hamilton will be teaching a tracking class in May to help you read the stories that animal activities leave on the landscape and observe their behavior even when they are no longer present!

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  Opportunities for Online Health Courses for All Students

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Come to Food Lab at Terrace Dining Hall on April 22nd at 2:30PM!

Space is limited, so please REGISTER HERE!

Students will learn about the "farm to fork" local food process and why is it a more sustainable alternative to traditional, mass-produced and "factory farmed" meat. Guest speaker, Dan Purdy, from local vendor, Purdy and Sons, will present about how produce the sustainable, ethical and high quality products they offer Ithaca College Dining Services. Dining Services’ Executive Chef, JJ Molina, will demonstrate how porchetta is made and those in attendance will enjoy a delicious snack!

 

Can't make it to the event? No problem! Dan Purdy will be at Food Lab during lunch to answer any questions that you have!

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Summer registration is still open for ANTH 104000-02.  Fulfill one of your general education requirements with the thought-provoking class, Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (online) this May session from the comforts of wherever you are. The Anthropology Department is offering several interesting courses during the May Session--check them out!

Contact Dr. Sue-Je Gage at sgage@ithaca.edu for more information.

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ENVS’s natural history and wildlife ecology guru Jason Hamilton will be teaching two classes this spring/summer that can bring you into closer contact with the local landscape.

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To celebrate the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth, the Department of English invites students to delve deeply this summer into three of the playwright’s masterpieces—A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hamlet, and The Tempest. Over the course of five weeks, students will be introduced to the plays in their original cultural and theatrical contexts.  At no cost, they will also have the opportunity to attend a live performance of Hamlet by the Ithaca Shakespeare Company, experiencing firsthand the pleasures and challenges of interpreting Shakespeare in modern performance.

No previous experience with Shakespeare required.

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ENVS’s natural history and wildlife ecology guru Jason Hamilton will be teaching two classes this spring/summer that can bring you into closer contact with the local landscape.

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Jimmy Noriega, Assistant Professor of Theater at College of Wooster, and his troupe, Teatro Travieso/Troublemaker Theater, will host an acting workshop open to all Ithaca College students interested in performance and social justice. The workshop will explore the challenges of embodying roles that deeply engage with the identities and realities of victims, perpetrators, and accomplices.

Sunday, March 23, 11am-12:30pm

Studio 3, Dillingham
RSVP by Friday 3/21 at 4pm: alevine@ithaca.edu 

 

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The Writing Department will be offering an online section of Personal Essay (WRTG 20500) this summer from June 30 to Aug. 1. The course encourages students' own self-exploration of their identities and introduces them to the Personal Essay genre through assigned readings and writing practice. Various techniques of narrative and reflective storytelling also are taught. The course is ideal for students in Ithaca, at home, or on the move, as it's online and all the work will be turned in digitally.

Do you know how to steer your career in the right direction?  Are you prepared to take action on career goals?  Do you know why it’s important to take advantage of networking opportunities?  These questions and more will be answered when you attend this workshop. 

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