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Tuesday-Friday 10-12:30 (no class July 3rd).
Introduction to photographic processes and historical, conceptual, and aesthetic concerns. Fundamentals of the art, including camera handling, exposure, digital image control and correction, lighting, composition, and printing. Register on Homer. Questions, email email@example.com.
Contributed by Michele Lenhart on 05/31/2015
Join us for a workshop at Ithaca College on June 10, 2015 from 1:00-4:00pm.
PRIVILEGE and entitlement are trigger words – especially for white people on matters of race. The dynamics of privilege underlie all forms of oppression. Its many facets shape our sense of self and our interactions with others. Yet it is often those who benefit most from their privileged status who are least aware of the concepts, and who are most likely to take offense at the terms.
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There's still time to register & earn 3 credits watching and studying The Simpsons -- Summer Session I online (May 26-June 26, ICC Designation)!
Contributed by Christopher A. House on 05/25/2015
Have you ever wondered about the religiosity of Ned Flanders, the feminist sensibilities of Lisa Simpson, and the national identity of Apu Nahaspeemapetilon?
Are these animated characters, among others, really sites of struggle among political, economic, and social forces?
Register today for Communication, Culture and Rhetoric offered during Summer Session I (May 26-June 26) and learn how analyzing these questions and more can lead to a better understanding of popular culture and how it can affect one’s sense of self.
This web/online course investigates the rhetorical dimensions of the longest-running sitcom in America, The Simpsons. Students will learn how signs and symbols influence us through a process called rhetoric.
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GET REGISTERED! Exciting Course! Online course: Intro to US Politics (POLT 10100-01, CRN 10059) SUMMER 2015 -- May 26 - June 26, 2015 [3 credits]
Contributed by Carlos Figueroa on 05/22/2015
This introductory course explores the development of the U.S. political system, the values it is based on, how it works, how politics and policy intersect within it, and its impact upon individuals and groups alike.
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There's still time to enroll! May Session Online (ICC Diversity) Course explores Millennials' Attitudes about Communication, Culture & Difference.
Contributed by Christopher A. House on 05/11/2015
Difference isn’t the problem, discourse is! CMST assistant professor Christopher House will offer CLTC 10000:01 Introduction to Communication and Culture as an online course during the 2015 May Session (May 12- May 22).
As such, this course explores and interrogates the ways that communication (e.g., language, media, and discourse) establishes and enacts identity and power dynamics. In thinking about communication as global citizens, our online discussions of, for example, movies like Crash (Paul Haggis, 2004) and Snowpiercer (Joon-ho bong, 2013) will help us to understand how social identities are constructed, institutionalized, changed, contested and/or appropriated by various social groups.
This course fulfills Liberal Arts general education and ICC Diversity requirements. To enroll, search course number: CLTC 10000 01 (CRN 10009) for Summer 2015 term on Homerconnect.
Individual development planning identifies the employee’s development goals and the strategies for achieving them by linking them to the organization’s mission and goals. Taking responsibility for your professional development can be challenging. Let us help you get started! The Office of Human Resources would like to invite you to attend a workshop devoted to creating an Individual Development Plan. We will meet on Thursday, May 28, 2015 from 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. in room # 52 on the Garden Level of the Peggy Ryan Williams Center.
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Contributed by Michelle Rios-Dominguez on 04/30/2015
The Diversity Consortium of Tompkins County (DCTC) Presents
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Contributed by Michelle Rios-Dominguez on 04/30/2015
The Human Services Coalition is presenting a community workshop facilited by Dr. Paula Ioanide, Associate Professor, Center for the Study of Culture, Race & Ethnicity.
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There are open seats in Microbiology for the Health Sciences (no prerequisites) in Fall 2015. See info below.
HLTH 20700 MW 4-5:15
This course provides an overview of the cell structure, genetics, biochemistry, physiology, ecology and pathology of microorganisms. The course will briefly introduce the immune system and its interactions with microbes. Finally, we will discuss clinical diagnostic testing techniques. No prerequisites. 3 credits.
For more information, please contact Dr. Brossard-Stoos - firstname.lastname@example.org
War,Hunger, and Genocide: An International Health Perspective will be offered online during Summer Session II beginning on June 29- July 31.
Attributes: (ICC) - Humanities, Liberal Arts, - Social Sciences,
Themes: Power and Justice AND Quest Sustainable Future
Course description: An investigation of the cost -- human and economic -- of organized violence, including genocide, and the efforts being made to ameliorate or eliminate the devastation. Particular emphasis is placed on the role that can be played by health care professionals who believe that war may be a preventable phenomenon that can be eradicated by traditional public health methods that have triumphed over other major health problems in the past. 3 credits
For more information, contact Stewart Auyash at email@example.com or 274-1312
Summer ICC Online course under the Themes: Power and Justice and The Quest for a Sustainable Future (May 26-June 26)
Contributed by Srijana Bajracharya on 04/29/2015
Sustainable Living: A Holistic Approach to Health, HLTH 21400 CRN #10086 is a 3 credit online Summer Course offered during the May 26-June 26 ICC Themes: The Quest for a Sustainable Future and Power and Justice ICC Perspectives: Social Science & Natural Sciences Below is a summary of the course content. Please contact Srijana Bajracharya at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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Calling all Outdoor-folk!! Maymester Course on Tracking Animals and Reading Signs in the Local Landscape
Contributed by Carol Hansen on 04/28/2015
Jason Hamilton, natural history and ecology expert in the Environmental Studies & Sciences Department and initiator of IC’s immensely popular Environmental Sentinels course, will be teaching a Maymester course – ENVS 142 – in the art and science of tracking.
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Contributed by Carol Hansen on 04/28/2015
This June Jason Hamilton from the Environmental Studies & Sciences Department will teach a Summer Session course in herbal remedies and nature-based healing. ENVS 140 will explore both modern herbalism and ancient vitalist traditions.
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Online May Intersession (May 12-22). Stress Management. Fulfill your Self & Society Requirement or ICC - Social Sciences (Mind, Body, and Spirit) 3 credits
Contributed by Deborah Wuest on 04/27/2015
HTLH 22700 Stress: Its Nature and Management will be offered online during the May intersession, beginning May 12 and ending on May 22. This is a 3-credit, liberal arts course. Offered totally online, its flexible format means that you do not need to be online at any particular time. For more information contact Deb Wuest at email@example.com
Attributes: Attributes: ICC - Social Sciences, Theme: Mind, Body, Spirit; GE 1: Self & Society, Liberal Arts
Contributed by Ari Kissiloff on 04/27/2015
Join Project Look Sharp’s next webinar, “Critical Thinking and Health: Media Literacy Lessons on Advertising and Nutrition for Elementary Grades.” This webinar is free of charge and will be live on Thursday, May 7th from 7:00-8:00 PM EDT.
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The fall course, Disease and Lifestyle, has open seats in two sections:
HLTH 22900-01 T/Th 10:50 or
HLTH 22900-02 M 6:50
Focuses on the leading causes of morbidity and mortality inthe world, with and emphasis on the United States. Emphasis is on health promotion through awareness of risk factors associated with these diseases. Topics reviewed include etiology, symptoms, morbidity and mortality rates, prevention, and commonly used methods of diagnosis and treatment. The course will include opportunities for hands-on learning and skill development in best practice screening techniques that are used in primary care settings (e.g., blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose monitoring). Prerequisites: Sophomore standing. 3 credits
For more information, please contact Dr. Kari Brossard-Stoos - firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Stewart Auyash - email@example.com
Formerly entitled, International Health Issues, GLOBAL HEALTH will be taught in the fall semester only in 2015-16.
HLTH 25000-01: MWF 9:00-9:50
Study of public health and health care issues across national borders and how they affect the entire globe, including the future health of the planet. Public health and health care delivery in certain nations are also studied. Prerequisites: One social science course. 3 credits.
For more information, please contact Dr. Amy Frith - firstname.lastname@example.org
Contributed by Phuong Nguyen on 04/22/2015
Aspiring writers are welcome to join us at the Park Auditorium today at 4:30 - 6 pm for the Asian American Creative Writing Workshop, which will help us understand the very broad and diverse genre of Asian American literature, as well as how to improve your own writing. Participants are welcome to bring their own work for feedback.
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