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The Department of Art History is pleased to announce that two faculty—Professor Jennifer Jolly and Assistant Professor Risham Majeed—have published essays in this March 2021 issue of the Art Bulletin, the flagship journal of the discipline of Art History and its professional organization, the College Art Association.

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In recognition of the intellectual and creative richness that Ithaca College faculty members bring to our campus community, Provost La Jerne Terry Cornish invites us all to gather remotely for an evening of engagement. Presenters will share from the research and/or creative activity they engaged in during their sabbatical.

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Instructional Development Fund (IDF) grants fall into one of two categories: Direct Course Enhancement or Diversity/International Projects. Guidelines and a link to the online application may be found on the CFE website.

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Summer Grants are intended to support post-terminal degree scholarly/creative endeavors. Proposals may be submitted by full-time continuing Ithaca College faculty members and faculty regularly employed on at least a half-time basis. Awards provide $4,187 in compensation for 8 weeks of full-time work. The deadline for submission is March 26, 2021.

Guidelines and the link to the online application may be found at

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. Such excellence is demonstrated through an inclusive approach to educational practices of teaching, research, and/or leadership. Sites of practice include the classroom, the campus, and the community, whether local or global. The President Shirley M. Collado Faculty Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Ithaca College Community is intended to support the professional development of the chosen faculty member to further enhance their capacity for equitable and inclusive leadership in all relevant academic and community areas. The $5000 Award is made possible by the generous gift of Gloria Hobbs, Honorary Alumna & Trustee of Ithaca College.

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IC Mail Service is not able to accept packages or items from direct delivery services. This includes any entity attempting to deliver items or packages without a complete recipient address, tracking information, valid sender address, etc.

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Dr. Skott Jones, Associate Professor in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, co-authored a study (“Job Satisfaction of School-Based Speech-Language Pathologists in New York State as a Function of Workplace Features”) with three alumni who recently graduated from the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology program: 

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Need a scholarship for the 2021-2022 academic year?

The Office of Student Engagement is happy to announce a number of scholarship opportunities available to YOU for the 2021-2022 academic year. You can apply to multiple scholarships using ONE application.

All OSE Service and Involvement Scholarship applications are due Sunday, March 21st at 11:59pm.

Descriptions of each scholarship are available along with the application link through our website: Office of Student Engagement Service and Involvement Scholarships. You will find that each scholarship has different qualifications, but most of them require campus involvement and/or community service during your collegiate career.  Some scholarships are only available to students with financial need. 

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FLEFF FESTIVALS Mini-Course Block II Now Open! 

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The zoom event for tonight is cancelled.  Please check intercom for future dates and times.  The format of future meetings will be an opportunity to ask Professor Matt Price of the Physics and Astronomy Department questions and learn more about the Clinton B. Ford Observatory.  

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Psychology Professor Jeffrey Holmes recently published a research article entitled The Bad Test-taker Identity in the journal Teaching of Psychology.


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Associate professor Kimberly Wilkinson (Occupational Therapy) and alumni Jules Doliscar (Occupational Therapy '16) with co-author Laura Figuero (Outdoor Kids OT, Berkeley, CA), published "From Stick Forts to Snowmen: Exploring the Benefits of Outdoor Play in Pediatric Occupational Therapy Practice" in the journal OT Practice.

The article examines the benefits of outdoor play for children and provides practical strategies for how occupational therapists can use outdoor play in pediatric occupational therapy sessions. 


The We Tell: Fifty Years of Participatory Community Media national touring exhibition is currently running for six weeks at the University of Colorado at Boulder. All six programs in the exhibition will be screened, with one program each week, with invited featured makers and the programmers. 

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The Women's Mentoring Network (WMN) has partnered with Public Leadership Education Network (PLEN) to invite Career Management Consultant and Executive Coach Shelby Olson to present on "Asking For What You Deserve". 

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Do you know a woman or female-identified student leader currently in their sophomore year at Ithaca College? Please consider submitting a recommendation form to encourage them to apply for the BOLD Women's Leadership Network!

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Ithaca College is pleased to announce important changes to how the campus community will print going forward. Over the rest of the Spring Semester many old campus devices will be removed and new devices will be installed.

Please see the following FAQ regarding this project and change.

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LGBTQ representation in media and the arts: why is it important? How does it impact LGBTQ and non-LGBTQ professionals? How does it impact everyone who takes in media and the arts?

The Center for LGBT Education, Outreach & Services presents Tired Tropes and Stale Stereotypes: LGBTQ Representation in Media and Arts Panel on Friday, February 26 from 1:00 to 2:15 p.m. eastern time.

Panelists will share their perspectives on the industry, across media and arts genres, and across orientations and identities.
Register for the zoom webinar here.

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The Society of Professional Journalists invites you to a Virtual Speakers Bureau event — "Student Press Law Center: Rights & Protections at Protests" — on Friday, February 26 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. via Zoom. Join Mike Hiestand, a Senior Legal Counsel at the Student Press Law Center to learn more on how to stay safe and cover protests as a journalist.

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This Saturday, February 27th from 6 am - 7:30 am Information Technology will be performing network maintenance.  There will be about a 10 minute wireless outage in all of the administrative and academic buildings within the 6 am - 7:30 am window.  The residential buildings will not be affected.  

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 Much like the rest of our colleagues and constituents in the campus community, the Department of Mail Services has been obliged throughout the COVID-19 health crisis to make many modifications to the services we're able to provide to students, faculty, and staff. This has taken several forms over the last year as we adjusted our services to meet the needs of the then current landscape. With the rush of the Spring '21 move-in now behind us, we are able to move ahead with the latest changes to our service to departments and employees.

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