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The H&S Summer Scholars program will be hosting their first information session on December 5th in Friends 210 from 12:10-1pm. 

The information sessions that were scheduled to take place before Thanksgiving break have been postponed with future dates to be announced. 

 

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Savoyards Ithaca, a local musical theater company, seeks an experienced producer.

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Do you still need an elective that meets the global area studies requirement for the Spring 2020 semester?

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Gary Sforzo, retired Professor of Exercise Science and Athletic Training, attended and presented at the Annual International Conference of the Medical Fitness Association in Orlando, FL.  At this meeting on October 15, 2019 he presented a 60-min seminar entitled "Evolving Evidence: Compendium of Health & Wellness Coaching Literature."  The presentation essentially described a comprehensive review of the health coaching literature he published in May in the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine in collaboration with Sebastian Harenberg (ESAT Assistant Professor), Laura Cobus-Kuo (Librarian-Health Sciences), and Kyle Costello ('17). 

The article describes "Attentive Reading with Constrained Summarization-Written" (ARCS-W), a multi-modality writing treatment.

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You still have until November 25, 2019 to submit some great student leaders of your choice!

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Read how Thanksgiving traditions can boost health and wellness in this month's Total Wellbeing Newsletter, brought to you by eni. 

 Rachel Paparone (Modern Languages and Literatures) gave an invited presentation at the biannual meeting of the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS) in Montreal. As an alumna ('18) of the Canadian Studies Teaching Institute sponsored by the University of Maine, she was asked to present successful strategies for incorporating Canadian Studies in French courses at the post-secondary level. Her talk, titled "Teaching Québec in an Atlantic Francophone Seminar," identified Canadian content that could be easily integrated into courses covering Francophone Caribbean literature and culture and highlighted approaches to student engagement with Canada that have been successful in French courses at IC. 

Difference isn’t the problem. Discourse is! CMST assistant professor Christopher House will offer CLTC 10000:01 Introduction to Culture and Communication as an online course during Winter 2020 (Jan 6-17, 2020).

In this course, students explore and interrogate the ways that communication (e.g., language, media, and discourse) establishes and enacts identity power dynamics. In thinking about communication as global citizens, our online discussions of, for example, movies like Crash (Paul Haggis, 2004) and Snowpiercer (Joon-ho bong, 2013) help us to understand how social identities are constructed, institutionalized, changed, contested and/or appropriated by various social groups.

This course fulfills Liberal Arts general education and ICC Diversity requirements.

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The Department of Physics & Astronomy invites you to join us for a talk with:

Teresa Jordan of Cornell University

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The Fab5 Young Professional Awards celebrate the achievement of Tompkins County young professionals, ages 21 – 40, who are growing and excelling in their respective fields and in the community.

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The Fab5 Young Professional Awards celebrate the achievement of Tompkins County young professionals, ages 21 – 40, who are growing and excelling in their respective fields and in the community.

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Head to Chipotle TONIGHT, from 5pm-9pm. 

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Head to Chipotle TONIGHT, from 5pm-9pm. 

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 Three ICSMs, One exhibition...

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All are welcome to attend the following public lecture on Wednesday, November 20, at 5:30 in Business 206

"Rocks and Hard Places: Scylla and Charybdis, Wombs/Tombs, and Racialized Environments in Early Modern Culture"

How are the classical sea monsters Scylla and Charybdis racialized, and what are their genders? Dr Dyani Taff's talk will offer a few answers, examining early modern ideas about monstrosity, nature, and human-nonhuman interactions in a variety of early modern texts. Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene, book 2 and Hester Pulter's "The Complaint of the Thames, 1647," poems written half a century apart and in radically differing political climates, will serve as core examples. Spenser and Pulter offer radical rewritings of the classical story that make violent monsters into agents of political and personal change and that invite questions about the supposed naturalness of 16th and 17th century hierarchies of race and gender.

This talk is sponsored by Sigma Tau Delta, the English Honor Society.

 

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It’s not too early to start thinking about preparing for your Winter or Spring 2020 courses. The Winter and Spring 2020 course rosters are now available in Sakai. Faculty can begin creating course sites for upcoming terms. For help with Getting Started in Sakai we encourage faculty to visit the IT Knowledge Base.  

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Andrea Yzaguirre and Charlotte Kane, both senior English majors, are finalists for the top undergraduate award presented by the Mid-Atlantic Popular Culture Conference in 2021.

 

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Eight IC students presented their original research at the Mid-Atlantic Popular and American Culture Association’s annual conference on November 7-9.

 

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 The Fitness Center will be operating with reduced hours over Thanksgiving Break. Our hours of operation will be:

Friday 11/22: 7:00am - 2:00pm

Saturday 11/23 - Sunday 11/24: CLOSED

Monday 11/25: 11:00am - 2:00pm

Tuesday 11/26: 11:00am - 2:00pm

Wednesday 11/27 - Sunday 12/1: CLOSED

We will reopen with our regular academic year hours on Monday 12/2/19.

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