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Dr. Ed Baptist, Associate Professor of History at Cornell University, will be on campus Tuesday, February 24, to share insights from his new book The Other Half Hasn’t Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism (Basic Books) and from his crowdsourcing project, Freedom on the Move. In a review of Dr. Baptist’s new book, the Daily Beast notes that “Baptist turns the long-accepted argument that slavery was economically inefficient on its head, and argues that it was an integral part of America's economic rise."

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

Eli Adler:  Understanding the characterization of thin film growth

Connor Shea:  The Characteristic Phase Transitions of Cobalt Doped Barium Iron Arsenide Single Crystals

Jonathan Smucker: Temperature of the Ithaca College MOT

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 On Friday (Feb 27) at 3pm, in room 2330, Whalen Center for Music, Professor Timothy Johnson will present a lecture that he also will be giving at the Grawemeyer Award Conference in Louisville, KY. 

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"Ecological and Evolutionary Insights
from (sometimes) Common Backyard Birds"

February 26     
4:00 p.m.
CNS 112

All are cordially invited to attend.

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Please join us for the Spring 2015 Jewish Studies Faculty Showcase featuring our interdisciplinary teachers and scholars during a series of lunch hour presentations. 

 

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Dr. Ed Baptist, Associate Professor of History at Cornell University, will be on campus   Tuesday, February 24, to share insights from his new book The Other Half Hasn’t Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism (Basic Books) and from his crowdsourcing project, Freedom on the Move. In a review of Dr. Baptist’s new book, the Daily Beast notes that  “Baptist turns the long-accepted argument that slavery was economically inefficient on its head, and argues that it was an integral part of America's economic rise."

 

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The Ithaca College Office of Alumni Relations is pleased to invite you to join Stephen Sweet, Chair, Department of Sociology, Ithaca College, for a free webinar titled “The Problem of Work-Family Balance” on Wednesday, February 18 from 12:00-1:00 pm.

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Jennifer Eichberg-Higgins, Teacher of the Year from Buffalo, NY, and Kim Ferrie from Albany will present creative lessons in physical education on Feb. 19 in Gym 1 Hill Center from 12:15 p.m. - 1 p.m. Both teachers are alums of the HPPE Teacher Education Program.

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The Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs presents  a series of personal and professional development programs designed to enhance opportunities for college women student leaders. 

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Tompkins County Public Library, in partnership with the Tompkins County Civil War Sesquicentennial Commemoration Commission, will host “Hiving the Bees: Frederick Douglass and John Brown,” a presentation by Ithaca College Professor Hugh Egan, February 18 at 6 p.m. in the Library’s BorgWarner Community Room.

 

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The School of Humanities and Sciences and the Department of Writing are pleased to present award-winning nonfiction writer Janisse Ray as the first Distinguished Visiting Writer of the semester. She will read from her latest book, The Seed Underground: A Growing Revolution to Save Food at 7:30pm on Thursday, February 19 in Klingenstein Lounge in Campus Center.

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The Ithaca College Office of Alumni Relations is pleased to invite you to join Stephen Sweet, Chair, Department of Sociology, Ithaca College, for a free webinar titled “The Problem of Work-Family Balance” on Wednesday, February 18 from 12:00:1:00 pm.

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"On Being Mortal: The Human Hand in How We Die"
Holly G. Prigerson, Ph.D.  

Monday, February 16
7:00 p.m.
Emerson Suites, Phillips Hall
Ithaca College

 

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Wed. Feb. 11th @ 12-12:50pm, Taughannock Falls Room, 3rd Floor Campus Center

 

Dr. Pierre Germaud, DC, from the Spinal Wellness Center of Ithaca, will give a talk about the main function of the human spine, what a healthy spine looks and feels like, learn which side your spine leans to, and why all this matters.
                         

 

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THIS EVENT IS CANCELED DUE TO WEATHER!! Please join us for a poetry reading and commentary inspired by astronomy, astrophysics, cosmology, and quantum physics with Poet, Story Teller, & Musician: David Gonzalez

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Meghan Brown                    
Hobart and William Smith Colleges 

February 12 
4:00 p.m.
CNS 112

All are cordially invited to attend.

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The School of Business welcomes you to join us on Monday, February 9, for an engaging discussion with agricultural and engineering expert Dr. Ed Harwood. 

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The School of Business welcomes you to join us on Monday, February 9, for an engaging discussion with agricultural and engineering expert Dr. Ed Harwood. 

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Please join us for a public reading by alumnus Alexander Justice Moore '07 Politics/Writing minor, author of The Food Fighters: DC Central Kitchen’s First Twenty-Five Years on the Front Lines of Hunger and Poverty.

 

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The School of Business welcomes you to join us on Monday, February 9, for an engaging discussion with agricultural and engineering expert Dr. Ed Harwood. 

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