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All faculty and staff are welcome to attend a Pathways training to learn to identify and respond to a student who might be experiencing academic or other distress. We appreciate your willingness to learn crisis response skills before you need them.

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Fractionation (the opposite of escalation) is a process by which big conflicts are broken down into little conflicts, where they can be more easily understood and resolved.  We’ll explore the way conflict manifests in three venues (intrapsychic, interpersonal and intergroup) but we’ll focus on interpersonal aspects.

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 Dr. Andrés Ríos Molina, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, will present "The General Insane Asylum La Castañeda: Its History in Images" on April 11 at 2pm in Friends 203. The talk is based on nearly a decade of research in the medical archives of this now-closed psychiatric hospital and focuses on how visual representations of patients and hospitals can be correlated to statistical and clinical data.

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Don't miss this opportunity to learn from ENVS naturalist, snake charmer, tracker and department chair Jason Hamilton. He will be teaching two classes this spring/summer that can bring you into closer contact with the local landscape. 

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The Ithaca College - Cornell University (ICCU) Exchange Program provides Ithaca College undergraduate students the chance to take up to 4 credits at Cornell as part of their full-time IC tuition.

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It makes up 60% of your body. You can’t survive without it. Water is considered “blue gold,” but it’s much more valuable than gold. In this lively class, you learn about your water footprint, water in your body, in your hometown and on the planet. We examine water from personal, social and creative views in this unique online class with conversations, films, readings and guest experts from around the world to answer your individual questions.

Fulfills ICC Humanities Quest for Sustainability + Power and Justice + Gen Ed. Requirements.

Can be done from anywhere with high-speed online access.  

On Homer: GCOM 20100    3 credits  Online Course May 16 – May 27, 2016

 If you’d like more info, ask Mara at malper@ithaca.edu

All faculty and staff are welcome to attend a Pathways training to learn to identify and respond to a student who might be experiencing academic or other distress. We appreciate your willingness to learn crisis response skills before you need them.

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STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF, AND LOCAL COMMUNITY MEMBERS, please join us for an educational tour of two of our exemplary community-based learning initiatives. As you will discover, it is on the bridge between service-learning coursework, co-curricular programming, and community partnerships, where we meet for a deeper understanding of community need and collective action.

THIS EVENT FEATURES:

  • Service-Learning Posters & Video Presentations
  • Affiliated Student Organizations & Community Partners
  • Live Music & Free Snacks

Sponsored by The Office of Civic Engagement and The Center for Faculty Excellence

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Learn about two new Minors offered by the Modern Languages and Literatures Department: in Linguistics and in Translation 

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This summer 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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Jason Hamilton, natural history 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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Is there a gay gene? What are designer babies? Can we clone humans? What does it mean if alcoholism runs in my family? Did we really evolve from monkeys? Is depression genetic?

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Prison Terminal: The Last Days of Private Jack Hall
Tuesday, March 29
7:00-8:30 PM
Textor Hall, Room 102
Ithaca College 

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Fractionation (the opposite of escalation) is a process by which big conflicts are broken down into little conflicts, where they can be more easily understood and resolved.  We’ll explore the way conflict manifests in three venues (intrapsychic, interpersonal and intergroup) but we’ll focus on interpersonal aspects.

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STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF, AND LOCAL COMMUNITY MEMBERS, please join us for an educational tour of two of our exemplary community-based learning initiatives. As you will discover, it is on the bridge between service-learning coursework, co-curricular programming, and community partnerships, where we meet for a deeper understanding of community need and collective action

THIS EVENT FEATURES:

  • Service-Learning Posters & Video Presentations
  • Affiliated Student Organizations & Community Partners
  • Live Music & Free Snacks

Sponsored by The Office of Civic Engagement and The Center for Faculty Excellence

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Improve your public speaking and communication skills with the Ithaca College Toastmasters International Club.

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Sustainability is a passion of ours at IC Dining and we'd like to wish everyone a very happy World Water Day. Starting today at lunch, we will have an infographic display at Terrace Dining Hall showing facts about global water use and accessibility.

If you can't make it down to Terrace Dining Hall, check out our Sustainability Blog for more information.

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The Center for the Study of Culture Race and Ethnicity presents a four-part 101 series designed to introduce participants to key concepts and conversations about race and racism. The second presentation, How to talk about Race 101, will be held on Tuesday, March 22nd from 12-1 PM in the Ithaca Falls room, Campus Center. Students, staff and faculty are all welcome to attend. 

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Fractionation (the opposite of escalation) is a process by which big conflicts are broken down into little conflicts, where they can be more easily understood and resolved.  We’ll explore the way conflict manifests in three venues (intrapsychic, interpersonal and intergroup) but we’ll focus on interpersonal aspects.

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Not a PowerPoint presentation, this is a highly interactive seminar that delivers 3 skills to help supervisors and managers improve employee performance. 

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