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Ben Strauss (IC '08)will be discussing his and Joe Nocera's recent book, Indentured: The Rebellion Against the College Sports Cartel Wednesday evening at 7:00 pm in Hill 104 and again at 10:50 am in Textor 101.

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Understanding the characteristics of strong leaders and cultivating those skills is essential for those pursuing a career in business.  Join our Business Advisory Council members in a lively panel discussion on the skills needed to be a leader in tomorrow’s world of business, including; having the ability to initiate change and inspire a shared vision, modeling the behaviors that are essential to achieve a shared goal and most importantly being equipped with the skills you will need to work in a culturally diverse global economy.

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Please join us as Majors in the Department of Physics and Astronomy give talks on their summer research:

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An Alliance for ‘Prosperity’ or Yet Another Drug War in Central America?

 

 

 

A talk by David Grosser, from the
Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES)

 April 7, 2016; 10:50am-12:00 pm

Job Hall 160, Ithaca College

 

 

 

A critical look at the new 'pacts' being made regionally, especially the Alliance for Prosperity and its impact.

 

A presentation about the content of “Plan Colombia for Central America”/ the Alliance for Prosperity. As a reaction to the unprecedented number of children who arrived in the US in the summer of 2014, Vice-President Biden proposed a new “Plan Colombia for Central America” in order to stop the flow of migrants from El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala. Come find out the details of what the proposal actually contains

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The story behind the country’s first public health clinic to offer primary care specifically for transgender people is told in “Transgender Tuesdays,” a documentary that will be shown on Tuesday, April 5. The 7 p.m. screening in Textor 103 is free and open to the public.

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Please join the School of Humanities and Sciences Office of the Dean and the Dissertation Diversity Fellowship Committee for a celebration of the program’s three fellows!

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ALL ARE WELCOME TO JOIN DR. GUSTAVO LICON ON TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 2016, FROM 7:00 - 9:00 PM IN KLINGENSTEIN LOUNGE FOR THIS INFORMATIVE EVENT.  ADMISSION IS FREE.  

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Please join the Park Center for Independent Media as we celebrate this year's Izzy Award winners, Inside Climate News (for revealing that #ExxonKnew about greenhouse gases' contribution to climate disruption for nearly four decades, but smothered its own science in favor of profits) and Jamie Kalven and Brandon Smith (for exposing the official cover-up of the Chicago police shooting of black teenager Laquan McDonald).

We will also be inducting Amy Goodman, host and executive producer of Democracy Now!, into the I. F. Stone Hall of Fame. All of the honorees will speak, and a book signing will follow. The event is free and open to the public.

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Finalist for Associate Dean- R.H. Park School of Communications

 

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 Susan Witherup

 "Adventures in paradise: stalking the native Scaevola"

April 7

4:00 p.m.
CNS 112

All are cordially invited to attend.

View other IC Events here.

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19th Annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival

Join us for a day of lively conversation and engaged discussion with an interdisciplinary array of festival scholars, directors, producers, artists, curators, entertainment industry professionals, FLEFF Graduate Fellows, and our own Ithaca College faculty.

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On March 31, 2016, 7:30 pm, Business School 104, Dr. Marla Brettschneider will speak on “The Jewish Phenomenon in Sub-Saharan Africa: Multiple and Conflicting Discourses.” Her talk is sponsored by Jewish Studies at Ithaca College and is free and open to the public. 

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Landscapes of Memory: Belonging, Unbelonging

A Reading by Raza Rumi

Wed. March 30, 2016
6 p.m.

Handwerker Gallery

Ithaca College

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Elizabeth Gawrys ’14, MBA’15 will share how her experiences at Ithaca College prepared her for graduate school, taking her CPA exam, landing her first job at Price Waterhouse Cooper (PwC), and her experiences working within a team at one of the Big 4 accounting firms.

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Reading Early American Women’s Lives:  The Revolutionary Performances of Deborah Read Franklin and Sally Franklin Bache

Friday, April 8, 2016, 4-5:30pm in the Handwerker Gallery

Refreshments will be served!

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 Claire Gleitman of the English Department will give a talk--"Saint-Mamas, Strudel, and the Single Man: Anxious Masculinity in Death of a Salesman"--on Thursday, March 31st at 5:30 pm, in Business 104.

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Paul Vanouse, Director of the Coalesce Center for Biologic Art at the U. of Buffalo, will be the opening speaker for the 2016 Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival. 

We are pleased to announce the FLEFF Opening Speaker for 2016.

Paul Vanouse, Director of the Coalesce Center for Biologic Art at the U. of Buffalo and Professor in the Department of Art will speak on March 28 at 7pm in Clarke Lounge. 

His talk, Switching Lenses: Art, Life and the Laboratory, will address how conceptual art, land art, eco art, etc. paves the way for bio-art and and exciting new developments at the Coalesce Center for Biological Art.

For more information in the Coalesce Center: http://art.buffalo.edu/about/coalesce-center/

The theme of the 2016 edition of FLEFF is Landscapes. For more information on the Festival including films, dates, times, and locations, see http://www.ithaca.edu/fleff/.

On March 31, 2016, 7:30 pm, Business School 104, Dr. Marla Brettschneider will speak on “The Jewish Phenomenon in Sub-Saharan Africa: Multiple and Conflicting Discourses.” Her talk is sponsored by Jewish Studies at Ithaca College and is free and open to the public. 

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On February 11, PLS’ Director of Curriculum and Staff Development, Chris Sperry, launched a video training titled Constructivist Media Decoding. Via the internet, he delivered the first of a two-session course that supported his goal: to integrate media literacy into teacher education classes.

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Sarah Flade, ’14 and Brittany Valente, ’14 will share their stories of success from IC to New York City.  Transitioning from coordinating projects and developing solutions, to managing projects and presenting solutions, these alums will provide their tips for success to working with a team and their journey to leadership positions at MasterCard and Convene.

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