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Jennifer Kimball (Biology '05), NC State University
will present at the Department Seminar Series

"Pillars of Plant Breeding: Genetic Diversity and Environmental Adaptation"

November 10  
4:00 p.m.
CNS 112

All are cordially invited to attend.

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Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Nancy Pierce at or (607) 274-3161. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

On Wednesday November 9, 7pm in Textor 102 on the Ithaca College Campus, the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies, in collaboration with The School of Health Science and Human Performance, and the Roy H. Park School of Communications are proud to present… an evening with Scott Briscoe, featured Outdoorsman in the film “An American Ascent”.

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Acclaimed Comic Book Artist/Author Steve Ellis will give a lecture in Williams 225 at 7pm on Monday, November 7.

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Two faculty (Profs. Robyn Wishna and Patricia Rodriguez) and four students (Anna Gardner, Juliana Ardila, Theophilus Alexander and Elena Piech) attended the School of the Americas Watch Convergence on the Border in Nogales, Arizona/Sonora from Oct. 7-10. The SOAW convergence centered attention on understanding the roots of migration, the human rights problems, and the work (especially) of women activists who work on different aspects of the migratory process.

Please join us in Park Hall 223 on Monday, Nov. 7 from 5:30-7 p.m. for a light food reception to meet faculty and students in the Latin American Studies minor. This will be followed by a presentation of the faculty and student projects and impressions, as well as a Q&A.

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Join Hillel Tuesday Nov. 1st from 7-9 pm in Williams 224 for an Ask Big Questions guided discussion on the process of deciding how to vote, what people consider when voting, and what the implications are for Israel regarding the upcoming election. 

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 Take Back Your Time executive director John de Graaf presents Stressed Adults, Stressed Kids - Why parents also need time to play

Wed., November 2 at 7:30 p.m.

Textor 102

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Please Join us for the next meeting about OLE NEO the Outdoor Learning Environment Naked Eye Observatory

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Tuesday, November 1st at 12:10pm in CNS 333, Pizza and Drinks Provided

Surprising to many college students,chemistry has an impact on society much greater than a college degree. It is a ubiquitous part of our economy,providing jobs ranging from education to research and medicine to industry.The choices a graduate in chemistry has are far reaching, maybe even daunting,at least for those that haven't decided what their future holds. Maybe the experience can help add some perspective on how chemistry affects our economy and what trends are likely to drive change and opportunity over the next 10-20 years.


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 A compelling documentary that broadens the definition of what it means to be part of the African American lesbian community will be shown twice on Tuesday, Nov. 1. “The Same Difference” will be screened at noon in Handwerker Gallery and at 7 p.m. in Textor 101, with both showings free and open to the public.

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The Park School of Communications is proud to screen Fair Haven on Friday, November 4 at 5pm in Park Auditorium. 

Fair Haven was written by assistant professor Jack Bryant.  A Q&A with professor Bryant and special guest, award winning filmmaker and director Kerstin Karlhuber will follow the screening.    

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“Visualizing retinal regeneration”

November 3
4:00 p.m.
CNS 112

All are cordially invited to attend.


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Show your appreciation for veterans of the armed services at Ithaca College's 14th annual Veterans Day Celebration!

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Noon-1 pm

Ford Hall, Whalen Center for Music

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 Please help us welcome an outstanding group of diversity scholars to the College TODAY at the noon hour in Business 206.  The 2015-16 scholars include 4 dissertation fellows, 2 from H&S and 2 from HS&HP, as well as Ithaca College's first post doctoral fellow, part of the Biology Department.

The research and teaching interests of these scholars is remarkably diverse, yet they all share a common commitment to advancing the discussion of diversity itself, both at the College and in their chosen disciplines.


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The 2nd Annual U.S. Media Literacy Week will be held from October 31-November 4, 2016. This week is designed to bring attention and visibility to media literacy education in the United States. The National Association for Media Literacy Education is working to create a media literacy week to showcase the amazing work done by media literacy educators and organizations across the country. The overall mission of Media Literacy Week is to highlight the power of media literacy education and its role in education today.

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 Thursday, October 27, 12-12:50 pm - Gannett 319 --The Digital Commons: Supporting Open Access at Ithaca College

Bridget Bower, College Archivist, will introduce the Digital Commons@IC, our online repository for hosting the scholarship of Ithaca College students, faculty, and staff.  Matt Gorney, Digital Media Coordinator, DIIS, will discuss adding Kaltura-created media to the Commons.

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An Entrepreneurial Application of an Environmental Studies Degree on Monday, October 31 at noon in CNS 115.

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Today, Monday, October 24th, at 5:30 p.m. in Business 103, Joyce Coleman, Department of English, University of Oklahoma, will give a talk titled "'Withinne a Paved Parlour':  Criseyde and Domestic Reading in a City under Siege."  The phrase quoted in her title comes from the scene in Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde (II.82) in which Pandarus encounters Criseyde and two other ladies listening to the story of the siege of Thebes being read aloud.

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A Professions Week Event! 

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Young Alumni Panel

Contributed by Katy Hall on 10/24/2016 

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A Professions Week Event!

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Majors in the Department of Physics & Astronomy give talks on their summer research.

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