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Intercom Top Stories Are On Pause

Intercom is moving to our Drupal web platform on July 1, 2021. In order to prepare the final stages of that process, the Top Stories portion of this site has been temporarily disabled. Please refer to the latest edition of the Intercom Roundup email for the current list of Top Stories.

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Registration now open: For Staff Council's IC Spirit Month, IC Library is offering a workshop to create written memories of living, working, teaching and learning during the pandemic.  After writing, participants can deposit their piece in the library’s COVID-19 History Archive.  The purpose of this Archive is to gather personal stories about how the pandemic affected members of the Ithaca College community. 

TODAY:  Wednesday, June 23rd
TIME:  12-1 pm EST  (the program may not take the entire hour)
REGISTRATION:  Use Engage https://ithaca.campuslabs.com/engage/event/7045120 .  This event is for the entire campus community.

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The Student Employment Enhancement (SEE) Subcommittee of the Experiential Learning Alliance is seeking proposals for our 2021 Summer Summit! This is a week-long, virtual conference designed for supervisors of student employees at IC. Any member of the IC community is welcome to submit a proposal to be presented to an audience of supervisors of student employees.

We plan to offer two, 50-minute time slots each business day throughout the week of Monday, July 12th - Thursday, July 15th (8 sessions total). Presenters will have the option of using the full time slot for their session, OR presenting a 10-15 minute lightning round session (will share the time slot with ~2 other presenters). All sessions will be offered synchronously via Zoom, and recorded.

Please complete this form by TODAY at 5:00pm. We will reach out by Wednesday, June 30th to confirm participation and time slots.

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 It is with mixed feelings that we write to share that Alice Meilman, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and CAPS counselor, has decided to retire from Ithaca College after over 20 years of dedicated service to the institution. 

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The IC Web Team will be holding remote open support hours every other Thursday during the summer.

The next session will be this Thursday, June 25.

Bring your questions about the Drupal content management system, site architecture, content types, or any other web-related topic and the team will do their best to answer.

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We are recruiting healthy, low-active females for a study of exercise capacity at Ithaca College. Participants will serve as controls for a grant funded study of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS).  You will get a report of your exercise test results which will include information about your aerobic fitness level, other health measures, and baseline data for starting an exercise program if you are interested in doing so.

 

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Campus Store Closing

Contributed by Rick Watson on 06/21/21 

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 The Campus Store will be closed for Inventory on June 29 - 30th.

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Dear Faculty and Staff, 

To aid in your planning for the upcoming fall, we wanted to share a final reminder regarding the early arrival request process for students participating in pre-semester programs and prospective student employees. 

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Assistant Professor in ENVS, Praneeta Mudaliar has joined the In Common Podcast team as Blog Editor. The In Common Podcast in collaboration with the International Journal of the Commons and the International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC) is a weekly podcast featuring interviews on human-environment relationships and academia.

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As previously communicated, the Office of Human Resources would like to remind you of the upcoming changes to your paid time away benefits that become effective on July 1, 2021.  

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Walter Byongsok Chon, Assistant Professor of Dramaturgy and Theatre Studies, participated in the panel “International Dramaturgy Lab: Connecting Dramaturgs Across Borders” at the LMDA (Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas) conference on June 18 and spoke about his project.

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Ithaca College offers 9 pre-orientation programs that allow first-year students to explore their new community, learn about resources on campus, and meet new friends!  Programs are of no cost to students, and will be held on Tuesday, August 17th. 

Applications close on Monday at 9am!  Learn more about Jumpstart & apply today by visiting the Jumpstart website.  Continuing students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to share this with any incoming students they may know!  Questions can be directed to the Office of Student Engagement at ose@ithaca.edu.

ENACTING COCREATIVE FUTURES IN DOCUMENTARY AND JOURNALISM CONVENING

TUESDAY JUNE 22, 2021 
11 AM EASTERN TIME (GMT 4:00)

Please join us for conversation and lively exchange in an interactive, discussion-driven environment as we continue our exploration of cocreation in theory, research, practice, and teaching during pandemic, protest, and beyond.

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://ithaca.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwsf-yhrD8sH9OSG86EUCJf1Ao7lSGY7kjy 

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Please join us for Episode 3 of Scott MacDonald and Patricia Zimmermann’s FLASH FLAHERTY: TALES FROM A FILM SEMINAR (Indiana University Press, 2021).

Sunday June 20
1 p.m. Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://ithaca.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIod-urrjIvH9WGOk1jh_OaJ6jr1n1uw4_3

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Submitted on behalf of La Jerne Terry Cornish, Ph.D.,
Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs:

I wish to take this opportunity to announce some changes within the School of Business.  Dr. Alka Bramhandkar graciously assumed the leadership role of Interim Dean last year and I have asked her to continue for another year while the search for a new dean is conducted.  Dr. Johnine McCartney has accepted the position of Interim Director of the MBA Program for the 2021-22 academic year.

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Michael Serino, advisor to The Ithacan, retires after 31 years at Ithaca College

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Starting July 1, the Intercom website will be on the same Drupal platform as the rest of ithaca.edu, marking the final stage of a three-year content migration process and a major milestone for the web team.

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For Staff Council's IC Spirit Month, IC Library is offering a workshop to create written memories of living, working, teaching and learning during the pandemic.  After writing, participants can deposit their piece in the library’s COVID-19 History Archive.  The purpose of this Archive is to gather personal stories about how the pandemic affected members of the Ithaca College community. 

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We are recruiting healthy, inactive females for a study of exercise capacity & physical activity level at Ithaca College. Participants will serve as controls for a grant funded study of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS).

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Professor Susan Allen of the Environmental Studies and Sciences Dept. gave a presentation to the Rochester-based Microplastics working group about her research in collaboration with Jose Lozano and the Ithaca Area Wastewater Treatment Facility on the ways in which microplastics find their way to the Ithaca Area and Cayuga Lake. There are microplastics in our air, rain and snow!  Read more about it.

Assistant Professor, Praneeta Mudaliar has been accepted as a Research Fellow with the Earth System Governance Project, a core project of Future Earth. Earth System Governance — a global research alliance, is the largest social science research network in the area of governance and global environmental change. Research Fellows are early to mid-level career scientists who seek to link their own research projects with the broader themes and questions of earth system governance. Through a bottom-up, dynamic, and active network, senior research fellows and research fellows collaborate on research, debate ideas and disseminate information on relevant events and opportunities in the field.  Learn more about Earth System Governance.

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