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The Philosophy Club will meet on Thursday November 7th, 7-8pm in Rothschild Place 147. [For those unfamiliar, the building is next to the Communications building.] All are welcome to come and join the conversation!
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Contributed by Jonathan Ablard on 11/05/2013
Students interested in learning about the Latin American Studies Minor are encouraged to attend our meeting on November 7th at 12:10pm in Friends 201. Meet the Latin American Studies faculty and students, learn about the program, enjoy some snacks, and hear about our plans for the future.
For more information, please contact Jonathan Ablard, Director of Latin American Studies, at email@example.com or 607-274-3558
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Contributed by Kimberly Anderson on 11/05/2013
Stephen Greenblatt, Cogan University Professor of the Humanities at Harvard University and renowned author and Pulitzer Prize winner, will deliver a lecture entitled "The Humanities and the Toleration of Intolerable Ideas."
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Join Outdoor Adventure Leadership students for a weekend backpacking trip this weekend (Nov. 8-10) to the Finger Lakes National Forest. The trip includes a Leave No Trace Trainer Course. Please contact Patrick Lewis for more information.
Contributed by Brooke Hansen on 11/04/2013
Spaces are still available for this January!
Participate in this once in a lifetime opportunity to dive into the real and complex Hawaii behind the tourist hype. This variable credit field class (0-3) is all about experiential and service learning on the Big Island of Hawaii.
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Contributed by Paula Ioanide on 11/04/2013
CSCRE assistant professor Paula Ioanide will offer "Watching Race in American Media" as an online course during the Winter Session (Jan. 6-17). Course fulfills General Education requirements 1: Self & Society and GE h: Historical Perspective, Humanities, Liberal Arts, and Diversity Designation. To enroll, search course number CSCR 26100 on Homerconnect.
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Contributed by Megan Gallagher on 11/04/2013
Do you need a refresher on how to register for classes?
Do you need assistance with reading your degree evaluation?
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Contributed by Don Austin on 11/04/2013
Students interested in leading an OSEMA Alternative Spring Break trip are encouraged to contact Assistant Director of Community Service, Don Austin, to learn more about making a difference as a leader during spring break!
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Contributed by Samantha Stafford on 11/03/2013
On December 7th, the Business and Organizational Leadership Development (BOLD) conference will be held in Emerson Suites for students who are interested in applying their leadership skills in professional settings.
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The Ithaca Seminar, "Creativity and the Arts" invites you to join them outside of Phillips Hall, in front of the Wishing Tree between noon and 3 pm SUNDAY, November 3 for cookies, bubbles, and lots of positive reinforcement.
Contributed by John Fracchia on 10/31/2013
Career Services is pleased to welcome the Vanderbilt Accelerator Summer Business Institute, to campus on November 5, 2013. Representatives will conduct an information session about the 30 day program to prepare students for careers in business. The program is open to students of all majors and there is a cost to attend.
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Contributed by James Pfrehm on 10/31/2013
LEARN ABOUT LINGUISTICS THIS WINTER SESSION
During the weeks of January 6-17 I will be offering Introduction to Linguistics (LNGS 23200, CRN: 30023) as an online course. I structure the course content and policies with a lot of flexibility in mind, in order to allow you to work at your own pace and independently. There are live online lectures, but I record and post them on Sakai so you don't need to attend them in real-time if it's not convenient for you. Also, there are no exams or term papers; rather, there are a series of textbook readings and discussion sheets that you must complete and submit to Sakai. Also, the course counts for the old Gen-Ed system as a 3A, LA, or SS; and for the new Integrative Core Curriculum (ICC) it will count as a Humanities perspective in the World of Systems theme.
If you're interested in registering for the course, there are still seats available.
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Contributed by Kristin LiBritz on 10/31/2013
Share your opinions on Career Services and its marketing efforts in a focus group, which will be facilitated by students from a PR Lab course. Participants will get pizza and a chance to win a Gift Card to the IC Bookstore!
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If you will be studying abroad next semester on a program run by IES, please note that Candace B. Matta from IES will be on campus next Tuesday, November 5, to hold an optional orientation for any students who have applied or been accepted to study with IES for Spring 2014.
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Contributed by Rachel Cullenen on 10/31/2013
If you will be studying abroad in the winter or spring on an affiliated, non-affiliated, or exchange program, and you have not yet met an adviser in the Office of International Programs to go over required Ithaca College paperwork, please be sure to schedule an appointment ASAP. If this paperwork is not done, you may not be able to get credit or eligible financial aid for your study abroad program. NOTE: London Center students do NOT need to complete this paperwork.
In addition to meeting with an adviser in the Office of International Programs, all students going abroad on an affiliated, non-affiliated, or exchange program must attend a series of study abroad orientations.
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Contributed by Heather Schuck on 10/30/2013
If you're in the Main Lobby between 10am and 2pm on Thursday, Oct. 31, stop by our table and donate your spare change to your favorite carved pumpkin. Not only do the proceeds go to a good cause, but you can help that department win the grand prize trophy and a year of bragging rights.
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