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The President Shirley M. Collado Faculty Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Ithaca College Community is presented to an Ithaca College faculty member who exemplifies President Collado’s vision of excellence in education as demonstrated through an inclusive approach to educational practices of teaching, research, and/or leadership.  This award was established in 2019 through the generous contributions of Gloria Hobbs, an Honorary Alumna and Trustee of the College.  The review committee is pleased to announce that this year’s recipient is Dr. Nia Nunn, Associate Professor of Education. 

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On behalf of the Faculty Development Committee and the Center for Faculty Excellence, our sincere congratulations to the 2021 Faculty Excellence Award recipients:

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May 15, 2021

The Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management is investigating a report of a stalking incident, that occurred between 6:00 p.m. – 6:20 p.m., Saturday, May 15, 2021, near Towers Concourse and Hammond Health Center. The complaint reported they were approached by an unknown male and subsequently followed from Towers Concourse to Hammond Health Center. When approached by officers, the subject fled to the Lower Quad area and attempted unsuccessfully to enter a food delivery vehicle. Before fleeing on foot, the subject brandished what appeared to be a sharpened stick, and then continued on foot in the direction of Hudson Street.

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END OF FINALS WEEK - Saturday, May 15th - Sunday, May 16th

Campus Center Dining Hall

  • Breakfast    8:30am – 9:30am
  • Lunch    11:30am – 12:30pm

Ithaca Bakery

  • Breakfast & Lunch    7am – 1:30pm

Towers Marketplace

  • Dinner & Late Night     5pm – 9:30pm

SENIOR WEEK - Monday, May 17th - Saturday, May 22nd  

Campus Center Dining Hall

  • Breakfast    8:30am  – 9:30am
  • Lunch    11:30am – 12:30pm

Ithaca Bakery

  • Breakfast & Lunch   7am – 1:30pm

Food Court

  • Lunch & Early Dinner   11am – 4pm

Towers Marketplace

  • Dinner & Late Night   5pm – 9:30pm

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CFCU Branch Open as of May 3

Contributed by Luke Sweet on 05/14/21 

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As we begin to wrap-up this spring semester, we are already looking forward to welcoming our new and returning students to South Hill in the fall. We are anticipating a move-in to the residence halls that looks and feels a little closer to what we have traditionally done in the past, which has always been an incredible way to welcome our students to campus. We need the support of all our community members to make this a successful move-in!

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As we begin to wrap-up this spring semester, we are already looking forward to welcoming our new and returning students to South Hill in the fall. We are anticipating a move-in to the residence halls that looks and feels a little closer to what we have traditionally done in the past, which has always been an incredible way to welcome our students to campus. We need the support of all our community members to make this a successful move-in!

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The latest post to the Work in Progress blog takes a closer look at IC's latest digital marketing campaign "What's On Your Mind?"

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We often feature really wonderful Campus Well articles on Intercom, but not one as terrific as this one! 

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Dear Community,

We have finally reached the finish line of what has truly been an extraordinary academic year in the history of Ithaca College. There is so much we have learned from the challenges of this past year, perhaps most importantly the incredible feats we can accomplish when we all work together. Throughout this time, each and every one of us has stepped up in their own way to help us collectively navigate through the unprecedented impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. At the forefront of this monumental effort has been the steadfast leadership and dedication of Christina Moylan.

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After serving for this past year as part of the Ithaca College team managing care for students in COVID isolation and quarantine, Samm Swarts is stepping into a new role as Assistant Director of Emergency Preparedness and Response, in the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management.

Swarts will be responsible for planning for and implementing responses to major campus threats, ranging from pandemics, natural disasters, and fires to active attacker incidents. He will identify risks, prepare contingency and recovery plans, and manage resources during a crisis, enhancing and maintaining the college’s ability to recognize and respond to emergencies and effectively manage critical situations. He will also develop and maintain relationships with campus stakeholders and with external emergency response agencies at the local, state, and federal levels, to facilitate interagency operations during emergencies.

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TVR320: Topics in Media Technology: The Seduction and Surveillance of New Media (ICC WI and ICC DV) CRN 10089, focuses on how new media (mobile, social, web, etc.) has led to some unanticipated outcomes that affect our personal life experience in both utopic and dystopic ways. We will also focus on how digital media has impacted the construction of individual and group identities, challenged inequality, and given a voice to people and populations that have been systematically marginalized. The class is online asynchronous and runs from 5/17 - 5/28.

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PARK SCHOOL WRITING AWARDS

Contributed by Mickie Quinn on 05/12/21 

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2020-2021 RECIPIENTS

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Mary Ann Rishel, Emerita Prof, Writing, has recently published an article on comic theory in the Modern Language Association book series, Options for Teaching.   

 

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For those of you who missed our panel on The State of Gender Equity in College Sport, sponsored by the IC Women in Sport Business Club and hosted by the Park School of Communications, the recording is now available.

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Work produced by students in the capstone class Photographic Workshop is on display at Gallery 183, located on the first floor of the Roy H. Park School of Communications.

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Final Grading Opens: Wednesday, May 12th, 9:00am

Incomplete Grading Option Opens: Wednesday, May 12th, 9:00am

Grade Changes Opens: Wednesday, May 12th, 9:00am

Students Can Begin Viewing Grades: Wednesday, May 12th, 9:00am via DegreeWorks

All Grades Due: Wednesday, May 19, Final Grades Due (online) by 10:00pm          

System Closes for All Grade Processes: Thursday, May 20 at 10:00 am (including Grade changes and Incompletes)

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Come hear IC alumnx Eric Machan Howd (Class of 1990 and IC Assistant Professor), Bridget Meeds (Class of 1991), and nicole v basta (Class of 2010) read their poetry on Sunday, May 16th, from 4:10 - 5:10 pm, during the Spring Writes Festival.

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Career Services affirms the Ithaca College Diversity Statement and commits to building and contributing to a campus community that is welcoming, equitable, and inclusive to individuals of all identities. We affirm the need to recognize, analyze, and stand against systems of inequality.

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Our weekly Al-Anon meeting is held each Wednesday from noon to 1pm via Zoom. Al-Anon is a confidential support group for people whose lives are impacted by the substance use of a friend or loved one.

Meetings will continue to be online over the summer, and we'll reassess whether to resume in-person meetings in the fall.

Please join us!

   

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