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Present a Student Leadership Institute (SLI) workshop about your topic of passion!

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The Center for Faculty Excellence is pleased to host Ithaca College Community Artists each Friday at 5pm. In a mere 15-20 minutes, learn what our community brings to the arts, and the invariable ways art invigorates our lives. This week’s guest is Paulina Velázquez Solís.

To gain the Zoom link, send a message to Gordon Rowland (rowland@ithaca.edu).

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Planning for the fall 2021 lineup of Ithaca Seminars is already underway and all new and returning instructors are warmly invited to express their interest in teaching.

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IC Soul: Forgiveness

Contributed by Hierald Osorto on 12/02/20 

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IC Soul* is a weekly 30-minute interactive shared reflection space for any student, staff, or faculty regardless of religious, spiritual or non-religious worldview. Hosted by the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life.  

December 2, 2020 
5:15 PM - 5:45 PM EST
Join us via zoom 
here
BYO Candle

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The Public Health Task Force and the College Move-in Committee have been hard at work to ensure that we prioritize the health and safety of our entire community as we plan to welcome students back to Ithaca for the spring 2021 semester. In the past, we organize in the fall to greet students and their families, and help students move into the residence halls, but the bulk of students will be moving in this spring. There are unique situations requiring increased support to ensure safety and efficiency during this process.

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The Public Health Task Force and the College Move-in Committee have been hard at work to ensure that we prioritize the health and safety of our entire community as we plan to welcome students back to Ithaca for the spring 2021 semester. In the past, we organize in the fall to greet students and their families, and help students move into the residence halls, but the bulk of students will be moving in this spring. There are unique situations requiring increased support to ensure safety and efficiency during this process.

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The Public Health Task Force and the College Move-in Committee have been hard at work to ensure that we prioritize the health and safety of our entire community as we plan to welcome students back to Ithaca for the spring 2021 semester. In the past, we organize in the fall to greet students and their families, and help students move into the residence halls, but the bulk of students will be moving in this spring. There are unique situations requiring increased support to ensure safety and efficiency during this process.

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There are spots still available in Understanding Disability for the Spring Semester! (RLS 12500) 

This is a great opportunity to get your ICC Diversity elective covered! It is one of the most sought after courses at Ithaca College! Learn about a wide spectrum of intellectual, physical, and emotional impairments highlighting autism spectrum disorder. Other topics include self-advocacy, historical and current barriers, family perspectives and current trends in educational and community services for people with disabilities. Coursework includes interactive speakers and relevant and relatable assignments that are important in today's world. 

Understanding Disability is offered Tuesday nights from 6:50-9:30 via online synchronous instruction! 

We are trying something new with our Fourth Conversation on COVID with  two guests who have been working in-person with students during the pandemic. Dr. Carly Jo Hosbach-Cannon, Assistant Professor of Speech-Language Pathology and Todd Lazenby, Clinical Professor in the Athletic Training Education Program will join us on Wednesday, December 2 at 11am. Use this link. You may share the link with students, alums, and others who may be interested.

This Conversations on COVID is a one-hour event that features a 30-minute interview with our two featured guests followed by Q & A with our audience.

Information about our guests is below.

 

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No matter where you are in life - just getting started or planning for retirement - a virtual session with Joseph Silino can help you create a plan for your goals. And, it’s at no additional cost as a part of your retirement plan. You’ll get answers to these questions and more:

  • Am I invested in the right mix of investments to help meet my goals?
  • Am I saving enough to create the retirement income I need?
  • How do I take income from my retirement account once I stop working?

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New W-2 Service through ADP

Contributed by Katie Sack on 12/01/20 

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Dear Faculty, Staff, and Student Employees: 

We are pleased to announce ADP W-2 Services, a new benefit for all employees.  Starting with your 2020 W-2, you will be able to access your W-2 forms 24 hours per day, 7 days a week. Please note that previous years W-2’s will not be available through this service.

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 December 3rd @12:10-1:00pm 

As we enter the holiday season, you may be rushing to come up with gifts or create personal presents for your loved ones. Have no fear, we’re here to help!

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Information Technology will not renew the contract with Apporto (https://ithaca.apporto.com) for virtual desktops after this semester.

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Join IC Beyond and mentor a student in the Ithaca community! IC Beyond works withboth South Hill Elementary and New Roots Charter School to help students learn about the world beyond.

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Recent presentations by former Politics professor

 

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Please remember our first virtual All Supervisors' Meeting will be held on Monday, December 7, 2020 at 10am. Virtual meeting invitations have been sent via Outlook. 

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Chrystyna Dail, Associate Professor of Theatre History in the Department of Theatre Arts, published an article in the 2020 edition of Theatre History Studies (Volume 39). The article, "When for "Witches" We Read "Women": Advocacy and Ageism in Nineteenth-Century Salem Witchcraft Plays" addresses four plays written between 1846 and 1893 using the Essex County witchcraft crisis as their backdrop. The article includes analysis of how these witchcraft plays grappled with the early women's rights movement as well as exploring the social problem of ageism practiced against women.

The IC Web Team will be holding remote open support hours every other Friday during the semester. The next session is December 4.

Bring your questions about Drupal, Web Profile Manager (WPM), site migration, site architecture, content types, or any other web-related topic and the team will do their best to answer.

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As a follow up to the November 16th All Staff Meeting, all staff are invited to a Zoom Webinar focusing on our future student enrollment. This presentation, hosted by Laurie Koehler and Bill Guerrero, was originally presented at the All Faculty Meeting earlier this month.

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School of Business Professors Narges Kasiri (Management), Hormoz Movassaghi (Finance), and Sara Lamoureux (IC 19) just published an article entitled "Sustainability engagement or not? US SMEs approach" in the Journal of Small Business Strategy.

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