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Lectures and Presentations
Contributed by Deborah L. King on 07/13/2016
Just a reminder that Matt Tenan, PhD., IC alum and neurophysiologist, will be on campus Friday, July 15 at 12 noon in CHS 304 giving a talk on Models of Human Adaption: Using Stochastic Noise to Reduce Tremor and Increase End Effector Stability in Human Movement.
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Contributed by Orlando Kittrell on 07/13/2016
Please join the Office of State Grants Summer Institute staff and faculty for viewing academic presentations by incoming first-year students participating in the New York State Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP).
During the colloquium, scholars reflect and creatively present on various academic experiences encountered during Summer Institute. SI participants will hopefully apply the lessons learned from their experiences to their upcoming first semester and beyond. The theme for their presentations will center around taking advantage of opportunity and establishing identity.
Friday, July 29, 2016
10 AM - 12 PM
Auditorium of the Roy H. Park School of Communications
Come share a light breakfast with HEOP students - served 8:45-9:50 AM
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Noise Simulation to Improve Soldier Shooting Performance: Exercise Science/Motor Control Guest Lecture
Contributed by Deborah L. King on 07/08/2016
Friday July 15th at 12 noon in CHS 304, Matt Tenan, PhD and IC alum (B.S. in Athletic Training/Exercise Science, 2007) will be on campus giving a presentation on Noise Simulation to Improve Soldier Shooting Performance.
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Contributed by Peyi Soyinka-Airewele on 06/21/2016
We are pleased to invite the college community to a mini-symposium on International collaboration in Struggles for Rights and Justice on Friday June 24 at 1pm, in the Clark Lounge, Ithaca College campus center. The event features visiting researcher, Lady Yartey Ajayi (Nigeria/Ghana) and other speakers addressing the growing crisis of gendered violence and other critical transnational problems. Discussions will engage the challenges, limits and potential for scholarly collaboration on these issues. Refreshments will be served.
Join us for a great conversation, good company, and food and to share your own experiences and thoughts.
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Contributed by Debbi DeWeese on 06/03/2016
Writing Department Professor Catherine Taylor Leads Creative Writing Workshop for Academics at the University of Toronto.
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Contributed by Debbi DeWeese on 06/01/2016
Catherine Taylor, Associate Professor in the Writing Department presented a talk on "The Poetics of the Caption".
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Contributed by Katy Hall on 05/04/2016
The School of Business is pleased to announce a lecture by Dr. Erdogan Gunes, Professor of Agricultural Economics-Ankara University, titled “Agricultural Credit System: A Case Study of Turkey”. His talk is scheduled for May 5, 2016 between 12:10-1:00 pm in Business 301, and focuses on results of his survey investigating the effects of agricultural credit usage on Turkish farmers’ behavior.
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Contributed by Michael Smith on 05/03/2016
Ithaca College students have been working in teams on topics ranging from the environmental history of extreme weather events in Ithaca, the evolution of ground transportation in the region, and the impact of exotic species on the landscape and economy since the 1960s.
Four groups will present a synopsis of their findings followed by time for questions and answers on Wednesday, May 4th at 7:00 PM at The History Center.
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Contributed by Patricia Rodriguez on 05/02/2016
We invite you to a report back from the School of Americas Watch pre-delegation at the border in Nogales, AZ & Mexico, by our friend Beth Harris. Beth will be returning on May 1st, and will be presenting at Ithaca College on Friday May 6, 4:00-5:30pm in Job Hall 160 (see directions below).
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Contributed by Doug Turnbull on 04/29/2016
Sound, Music and Wearable Computing for Rehabilitation and Learning
Ye Wang, Sound and Music Computing Lab, National University of Singapore
Time and Location:
4pm on Monday, May 2
309 Williams Hall
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Contributed by Paul Geisler on 04/27/2016
Dr. Paul R Geisler, ATC presented an invited talk on the current state and future of athletic training education at the University of Delaware on April 22nd in Newark, DE
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A reading and discussion of the children's book "I Am Jazz" - the story of a transgender child based upon the real life experiences of Jazz Jennings - will take place in Room 319 of the campus library on Thursday April 28 at 12 noon. The event will be of interest to students, faculty, and staff across disciplines - in LGBTQ studies, as well as education and pedagogy, library sciences, rec and leisure studies, sociology and psychology, and other fields. Discussion of ways such works can be used by those going into teaching, coaching, counseling, health, parent education, and other fields, and a short video clip of Jazz herself, will follow.
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Chris Palmieri '96: Can Innovation in Healthcare Lower Costs and Improve Quality and the Customer’s Experience? April 27 at 12pm
Contributed by Katy Hall on 04/26/2016
Learn how a grass roots company in Massachusetts is leveraging innovation to provide, coordinate and pay for the care of the sickest and most vulnerable populations in today’s ever changing healthcare market. Commonwealth Care Alliance, one of the top Medicare rated health plans in America, is launching a ventures arm to incubate new ideas in care delivery, technology and service provision, while drawing the top talent minds to work there, all in the heart of Boston, MA.
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Contributed by Katy Hall on 04/26/2016
This is the first event in an annual series that brings together students and alum from the Investment Industry focusing on career paths, life after IC and, leadership within the finance industry. The panel discussion will be followed by a reception in the Upper Atrium at 5pm.
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Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 04/26/2016
Please join us as Majors in the Department of Physics and Astronomy give talks on their summer research:
Contributed by Jill Ackerman on 04/25/2016
Scott Robbins, '16: Dark Current Analysis of the ST-10XE CCD Camera
Jared Saltzman, '17: Neutral post-instruction responses on the Maryland Physics Expectation Survey
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Professor Jack Wang Offers a Behind-the-Scenes Look at His Children's Books (and Google Doodle) This Tuesday
Contributed by Jack Wang on 04/24/2016
On Tuesday, April 26, Associate Professor Jack Wang of the Department of Writing will give a presentation entitled "The Making of Cozy Classics and Star Wars Epic Yarns" at 7:00 pm in Klingenstein Lounge.
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Monday, April 25 at Cinemapolis, 6:30-8:00pm
Film and Discussion
Health Access Programs Coordinator, Human Services Coalition
Stewart Auyash, MPH, PhD
Ithaca College, Associate Professor and Chair, Dept. of Health Promotion and Physical Education
Founding Chair and Executive Director of the Tompkins Health Insurance Consortium
President and CEO, Transonic Systems Inc.
Statewide Coordinator, Campaign for New York Health
William Klepack, MD
Dryden Family Medicine, Medical Director of the Tompkins County Department of Health
In keeping with the College’s commitment to sustainability, students and faculty in the School of Business and the College have engaged in collaborative research.
Join us as these students present on their sustainability research topics and experiential learning in the field.
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