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Volume 25, No. 10       February 3, 2003

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Judith Linden Elected to Ithaca College Board of Trustees

A 1973 graduate with extensive experience in the management of nonprofit organizations has been elected to the Ithaca College Board of Trustees. Judith Linden, who earned her bachelor of arts degree in English, will serve for a four-year term.

Concerts Series Presents Baritone

Nathan Gunn, one of America's most exciting young baritones, will be joined on Wednesday, February 5, by pianist Julie Jordan Gunn for the second offering in the yearlong Ithaca College Concerts Series "Introduction and Preludes." Patrick Hansen, director of opera and musical theater for the School of Music, will give a free pre-concert lecture at 7:30 p.m. in the Iger Lecture Hall.

Caregiving Expert Schmall is Gerontology Series Speaker

Vicki Schmall, the president and gerontology training specialist with Oregon-based Aging Concerns Inc., will present "Keeping the 'Caring' in Caregiving" at the College on Thursday, February 6, as part of the Ithaca College Gerontology Institute Distinguished Speaker Series.

School of Business Students Offer Tax Prep Assistance

For the sixth year, the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance team is offering free tax services to Ithaca College staff and faculty members. Supervised student volunteers will give advice and prepare returns for those who meet income guidelines.

Disability Forum Scheduled

Open to all students, faculty, and staff, the Disability Forum is an opportunity to discuss how the institution can best meet the needs of this growing population and the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act while trying to raise awareness and increase understanding in the general campus community.

Spring Sessions Set for 'Aging' Series

The Finger Lakes Geriatric Education Center is presenting a 10-session course, "Aging with Chronic Conditions and Disabilities," at the College this spring.

Physics Series to Explore Mysteries of Space

The Physics Café, a new campuswide lecture series, will kick off on Tuesday, February 4, with a talk on the upcoming NASA mission to Mars and the search for evidence of liquid water in the planet's past.

TCAT Adds Ithaca College Stop to Route

In response to customer requests, Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit (TCAT) has added a stop in front of Textor Hall to TCAT route 65, which runs from Danby into Ithaca and back by way of Route 96B.

IC Choice Award Winners Announced

Begun three years ago, the awards program was developed to recognize and reward employees for their outstanding contributions to the College community.

Handwerker Gallery Displays 'Extraordinary Ordinary'

An exhibit of photographs, embroideries, and video works is now on display at the Handwerker Gallery. Featuring pieces by Clio Padovani, Paul Whittaker, and Yoshio Itagaki, The Extraordinary Ordinary runs through February 23.

Open House

Members of the College community had the opportunity to tour the two newest campus facilities.

Martin Luther King Day

Members of the Calvary Baptist Church Youth Choir, directed by Kathy Love-Clark, performed as part of the College's celebration of the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. on January 20.




Editor: Keith Davis
Writers: Erik Kibelsbeck, Dave Maley, Stephenie Overton
Publisher: Office of Public Information

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Andrejs Ozolins, Ithaca College Office of Publications. 13 February, 2003