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 ¿Hablas español?         ¿Te gusta trabajar con niños?

¡Únete a SALTAR (Spanish Language through Arts and Recreation)!

This one-credit Service Learning experience devoted to teaching Spanish to children within the Ithaca community is a fantastic opportunity to immerse yourself in the Ithaca public school system and use your Spanish in meaningful and fun ways. This semester we are partnering with art, music, and gym teachers to teach Spanish through those mediums! 

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¡Únete a TEATRO!

Contributed by Annette Levine on 01/23/2017 

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¿Te gusta español?   ¿Te gusta actuar?   ¡Únete a Teatro!    

Spanish 270 "Teatro: Performance and Production" W 4-5:50 (1 credit) is open to all Spanish speakers from intermediate proficiency to native fluency.    

¡Hagamos TEATRO!

For further information please contact Professor Annette Levine: alevine@ithaca.edu

See our webpage: http://faculty.ithaca.edu/alevine/teatro/ 

The School of Health Sciences and Human Performance Dean's Office needs a student assistant for this spring semester to work on Tuesdays and Thursday from 9-11am.

Please visit our website for the complete listing with job description and application form.

Could you benefit from a group that integrates learned skills and processing with the goal of achieving effective and healthy lifestyle solutions? Contact Jacque Washington at jwashington@ithaca.edu to sign up!

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How to find SPR 2017 Swing Dance Class to Register in Schedulizer & Homerconnect - It's not obvious!

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Spots are filling up for the annual MLK Day of Service!

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 Who are you? How do you relate to one another and to yourself? Where are you being called on your spiritual journey? 

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Are you looking to do something exciting this summer? Consider one of IC's options for short-term study abroad! In 2017, we'll be offering a variety of different types of programs in countries across the globe. Short-term study abroad is a great way to expand your horizons and satisfy degree requirements without missing a full semester on campus!

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Want to study abroad? Not sure how it all works? Don't know what your options are?  We can help you figure it out.  Come to one of our upcoming info sessions and get the information you need to make it happen!

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Are you a Pell Grant Recipient?  If so, and you're planning to study abroad this summer or fall, consider applying for the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program!  The Gilman application cycle for Summer 2017 and Fall 2017/Academic Year 2017-18 has recently opened, and the application deadline is March 7, 2017.

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Eye-opening ICC course on language, society, and culture. Core Explorations of Language (LNGS 24300) meets MWF @ 1 pm.

This ICC theme-linked course counts for either Inquiry, Imagination, Innovation or World of Systems. All appropriate override requests will be considered.

Come learn about the exciting interaction among language, society, and culture! 

Email jpfrehm@ithaca.edu for any questions.  

 This course, which meets TTh at 10:50am,  explores representations of authoritarianism in Latin American fictional literature, memoir, and film.  Writers, and later film-makers, have addressed the problem of authoritarianism since the early republican period (1808-1821) and have produced works that have criticized and analyzed repressive political systems, but also what I will call “domestic or local authoritarian systems as embodied in  patriarchy, racism, and classism.

Contact Jonathan Ablard at jablard@ithaca.edu for more information

 

 

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The Ithaca College chapter of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi will be holding an information session on February 2, 2017 at 12:10 PM in BUS 301. Phi Kappa Phi members (seniors and recent graduates) interested in applying for selection as the chapter’s candidate for these prestigious awards are encouraged to attend.

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History 21500 (MW 4-5:15), CRN 43427, has recently been designated as an Identities course in the Humanities perspective. 

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- Do you have a unpaid internship lined up this summer?
- Are you planning to do independent research?
- Have you been invited to work with a faculty member on a special project?

If you have any of these plans and would like to get paid for your work you should consider applying to the Dana Student Internship Program!

Students from all schools and departments are eligible to apply.

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History of Russian Film is available without prerequisites and no knowledge of Russian is required:  ICC Identities and Power & Justice Themes for both Humanities and Creative Arts perspectives. 

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The School of Health Sciences and Human Performance Dean's Office needs a student assistant for this spring semester to work on Tuesdays and Thursday from 9-11am.

Please visit our website for the complete listing with job description and application form.

 

If you've always wanted to take a course in the Television-Radio Program in the Park School, now is your chance!  There are a few seats open in the following courses:

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Students can now sign up to receive SLI credit for the college's MLK Week Celebration January 23-28. This year's theme is "The Ultimate Weakness of Violence" which is a concept taken from King's last book, "Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?" Each session is worth one credit in the Leading in a Diverse World Track. As always, you need to sign up at least 48 hours in advance to receive credit. You also need to be a member of the SLI Portal in order to sign up for the event.

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Want to learn more about terrorism?  In this course we’ll explore terrorism, asking what exactly is it?  Why do people use violence?  Are terrorists madmen, religious fanatics, or are they rational?  Why would someone become a suicide terrorist?  How is terrorism related to insurgencies?  

This course explores these questions both theoretically and through specific case studies, drawing on a range of disciplines, from political science and international relations to anthropology, sociology, law, economics, philosophy, psychology, and history.

There are still seats available in the Honors Seminar HNRS 20033, Terrorism and Insurgencies.  CRN 43265. Sign up today!

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