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Statera works to connect women artists interested in moving beyond the very real obstacles that sometimes lie between our goals and our opportunities.

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Posted on behalf of President Shirley M. Collado

Dear campus community members,

As a result of the active work of our executive search firm Witt/Kieffer and the contributions of our community, the search for Ithaca College’s next Vice President for Institutional Advancement is moving quickly forward.  

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On May 10th, Jennifer Pawlewicz presented at the 2019 Communicating Careers conference in Boston, MA with a session titled "Popping Up on Campus." 

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During this time period, no parking permits will be required to park on campus.  Green, Red and Blue parking lot designations will not be enforced.

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From the Tompkins County Health Department

 

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A message from the Board of Trustees chair and the president.

Dear Campus Community,

Last week, members of the Ithaca College Board of Trustees gathered on campus for their spring board meetings and to join our IC family for a celebration of this institution’s 124th Commencement. Our meetings were the first for two new members of the college’s leadership: Jan Singer ’86, who was elected as a trustee in April, and Hayley Harris, IC’s new Vice President for Human and Organizational Development and Planning.

The tone of our time together was both celebratory and deeply focused, as we supported the graduating Class of 2019 and undertook important business around the work to finalize our year-long strategic planning effort and around the recent news regarding the projections for the college’s 2019-20 first-year enrollment, which impacted our FY20 budget

We are pleased to share with you now this update regarding our board’s time on campus.

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Contributed on behalf of Hayley Harris, Vice President, Human & Organizational Development and Planning.

The Annual Salary Review Process will soon be underway.  The salary increment budget has been approved by the Board of Trustees. Up to 1.5% has been allocated for a general increase and up to 0.5% has been allocated for additional merit.

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The Experiential Learning Alliance (ELA) invites professional and administrative support staff who supervise student employees to our third program, the "I SEE SUPERvision Retreat". 

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Contributed on behalf of Hayley Harris, Vice President, Human & Organizational Development and Planning.

The Annual Salary Review Process will soon be underway.  The salary increment budget has been approved by the Board of Trustees. Up to 1.5% has been allocated for a general increase and up to 0.5% has been allocated for additional merit.

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(The following message is being posted on behalf of Ernie McClatchie, Director of Maintenance, Grounds & Transportation) 

This is a reminder that in order to perform required maintenance on the campus electrical infrastructure, the Office of Facilities will be conducting its annual power shutdowns on Saturday, June 1st, 2019 and Sunday, August 11th, 2019.

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The annual Employee Appreciation Picnic will be held on Thursday, May 23 from 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm in the A&E Center due to weather concerns.  Please share this change in location with colleagues.

Congratulations to the 10 members of the faculty who were recognized with promotions by the Ithaca College Board of Trustees at its May meeting.

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Historian Jonathan D. Ablard presented "Pescado podrido [rotten fish]: Domestic and International Circuits of Argentine Rumors and Conspiracy Theories (1930-1943) with paper co-author Ernesto Bohoslavsky (Universidad Nacional General Sarmiento)

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At its May meeting, the Ithaca College Board of Trustees elected wine industry consultant Kathleen Keltos Newlands ’89 to a four-year term and named retiring longtime board secretary Nancy Pringle as an honorary trustee.

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During this time period, no parking permits will be required to park on campus.  Green, Red and Blue parking lot designations will not be enforced.

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It is time to consider the Specialty Software/Applications you and your colleagues will need for Fall 2019 in computing spaces. As you may know, over the summer, IT re-images and updates standard and specialty software on Ithaca College lab computers, and with that we install/update the specialty software needed in specific labs per request

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Plowbreak Farm, owned and operated by Kara Cusolito '08 and Aaron Munzer '08, will again be offering locally grown vegetable CSA shares to the Ithaca College community, with a convenient pick-up site at the Peggy R. Williams Center on Wednesdays, and a downtown pickup on Thursdays at the Westy, a local beer garden. The farm is located in Hector, about twenty miles from the college, and grows six acres of produce in fields and greenhouses that overlook Seneca Lake.

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 We are looking for very young children to help us learn how they begin to control a joystick. 

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As part of the recently-announced summer construction work, visitors to the Service Desk, fixIT shop, or other IT areas on the first floor of Job Hall will not be able to use the Muller-Textor-Friends-Job corridor for most of the summer. Instead, these are the recommended alternate routes to our offices: 

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The School of Music is pleased to announce that the Mary I. Arlin ’61 Award for Distinguished Teaching in Undergraduate Music Theory has been awarded to Professor Tim Johnson, chair of the department of Theory, History, and Composition. 

 

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