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Ashley Annicaro a graduate student in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology with faculty member Tina Caswell, Clinical Assistant Professor, presented their research at the New York State Speech-Language Hearing Association (NYSSLHA) on April 20th.  The poster presentation: Success with Video Self-Modeling to Decrease Scripting Behaviors was well received by conference participants. 

Employee Perks - fixIT shop

Contributed by Katie Sack on 04/26/18 

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The fixIT shop, located in Job Hall 104, provides convenient on-campus computer support and service to students, faculty and staff for personal computers and hardware repair for college owned equipment that is not part of the technology renewal program (Z Cycle Asset Tags). The fixIT shop is staffed with experienced and certified technicians to assist with problems on these devices. 

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This year's special one-day Mini-Ithaca Pan Asian American Film Festival will take place on Friday, April 27th from 6:00-10:00 pm in Park Auditorium on the IC campus. Come celebrate Asian American films by IC students, alumni, and faculty!

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The Gondoliers at CSMA

Contributed by Anthony DiRenzo on 04/26/18 

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Savoyards Ithaca will perform Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Gondoliers at the Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA): May 4 to 6.

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Ithaca College's very own Assistant Professor of Spanish Giovanna Rivero participated in the McNally Jackson Festival de Literatura Boliviana (Festival of Bolivian Literature) held on Friday April 20, 2018 in New York City. Among other notable Bolivian authors who participated in this event were Edmundo Paz-Soldán, Liliana Colanzi, Sebastián Antenna, and Natalia Chávez.

Giovanna Rivero has written three short story collections, Contraluna (2005), Sangre Dulce (2006) y Para comerte mejor (2015), as well as the novels Las camaleonas (2001), Tukzon  (2008), and 98 segundos sin sombra (2014).  

Congratulations, Giovanna!




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TVR320: Topics in Media Technology: The Seduction and Surveillance of New Media (ICC WI and ICC DV) CRN# 10155 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.

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“Reading Early American Women’s Political Lives:  The Revolutionary Performances of Deborah Read Franklin and Sally Franklin Bache,” appears in Early American Studies, 16:2 (Spring 2018), 317-52.

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The Office of Human Resources' Special Edition newsletter spotlights two important projects currently underway: Oracle's HCM Cloud and information regarding our 403(b) Plan. 



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The Office of Career Services will be closed May 4th for an all day staff retreat. We will reopen on Monday, May 7th. 

Thank for in advance for your support of our continued efforts to enhance our work.


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This year, twenty students and two faculty members have been honored by membership in the Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society. The Sigma Xi motto is: "Companions in Zealous Research", a phrase that describes these scientists well. Founded in 1886, Sigma Xi is the international honor society of scientists and engineers who are elected to membership because of their research achievements or potential. The honorees were introduced by their research mentors at the banquet of the Paulen A Smith Chapter, which is celebrating its Fifty-third year at Ithaca College.

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In May, evaluation sessions will be held for student ICC e-portfolio submissions. Evaluators are needed for the Creative Arts (CA) [May 23-24] and Capstone (CP) [May 24-25] ICC designations.

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Ithaca College is partnering with the Food Bank of the Southern Tier to once again bring a mobile food pantry to our campus. The food pantry will be back next week - Wednesday, May 2nd, in the A&E Center! This is the final time the mobile food pantry will be on campus this semester, but it will return next academic year.

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La Jerne Terry Cornish, an education administrator with a strong record of helping students and faculty achieve success, has been named provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at Ithaca College. Cornish has served since 2014 as associate provost for undergraduate studies at Goucher College in Baltimore.

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Ithaca College is now eligible for a 10% discount on all Varidesk products thanks to a new contract with Varidesk LLP and the National IPA Co-Op.

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The Department of Art History invites all members of the Ithaca Community to join us Tuesday, May 1st and Wednesday, May 2nd, for the “Primitivism Before / Beyond Modernism Symposium.”

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Orientation is looking for a few volunteers from the Ithaca College community to attend “Dine Out" dinners for family members and guests attending orientation.

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Rand Geiger '06, Producer of Stranger Things (Netflix), Lemony Snicket: A Series of Unfortunate Events (Netflix), and the upcoming feature The Darkest Minds, will be answering your questions.

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 Sophomore Nicole Pimental’s story, “Essential and Unrecognized,” which appeared on the front page of the April 6, 2017, issue of The Ithacan, has won the First Place Mark of Excellence Award in the General News Reporting category from the Northeast Region (Region 1) of the Society of Professional Journalists. The award was presented at the SPJ Region 1 conference at Temple University on April 22. 

The story described the additional work many faculty of color take on by mentoring and serving as resources for a large number of students. It will now go on to compete against the winning stories from the other 11 SPJ regions for the National Mark of Excellence Award, which will be presented at the SPJ national conference in September.

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Are you planning on teaching a summer course online? Would you like to learn effective tools, applications, and creative ways to support students in an online learning environment? 

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