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Stephen Tropiano, associate professor of screen studies and program director of the Ithaca College Los Angeles Program, served on the selection committee for the 11th annual Television Academy Honors, which recognizes television programming that inspires social change.

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Everything is cooler at IC! It’s time to celebrate the end of another academic year! The Annual Employee Picnic will take place on Thursday, May 24, 2018 from 12:00pm – 2:00pm on the Campus Center Quad (Rain Location: A&E Center). 

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Come to Buffalo Street Books at 5:00 Friday, May 11th, to enjoy a glass of wine and a presentation by Jennifer Jolly, Associate Professor and Chair of Art History, in celebration of her new book on art, tourism, and nation building in 1930s Mexico. 

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Chrissy Guest, Assistant Professor, Media Arts, Sciences, and Studies, presented her research on the under-representation of women working behind the scenes in the field of animation to the Women in Film and Television Chapter at Full Sail University on April 27th.

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Senior students, the ICC advisory committee is seeking feedback on Themes & Perspectives.  We will propose changes to the ICC program based on your experiences and survey comments.

Help Improve the Ithaca College Core Curriculum (ICC)!!

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Join us at Pajama Jam and enjoy this FREE Late Night event! (This event is open to all, no meal plan required to attend.) You can expect a special menu suited just for Jammers, while the DJ spins the jams from 8pm-10pm, and Karaoke closes out the night, from 10pm-Midnight, and, so much more is in store! Special guests from IC's senior leadership team will be there to enjoy the Jam with you and your friends as the semester wraps up. So, grab your friends and come rockiní your favorite PJs! Itís Pajama Jam! Terrace Dining Hall, Monday, May 7th, 8pm Ė Midnight #ICLateNightBreakfast

The rain can't stop us! Join us TODAY for the annual IC Kicks Back BBQ at the A&E Center from 2-6 PM.

Campus Center Dining Hall will close at 1 PM to prepare for the picnic.

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Submitted on behalf of the Office of Energy Management & Sustainability

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On behalf of the Office of Admission, I am writing to offer our greatest thanks to the entire Ithaca College community for another exceptional enrollment year. We appreciate your partnership!

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 Join us TONIGHT for the opening of MaMA!

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 Come explore LADDER, a multi-media installation designed and curated by Jacob Schaffel-Scherrer.

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Please join us for our open information sessions to hear more about information security initiatives that are underway for the college’s computer resources. 

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The Mac operating system currently supports applications that are both "32-bit" and "64-bit". Starting with macOS High Sierra 10.13.4, applications that are 32-bit will produce a one-time alert when opened. The alert means that the application will eventually no longer run in its current version on your Mac.

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Join the conversation at this month’s Dollars and $ense meeting next Wednesday, May 9th from 9:00am – 10:00am in Klingenstein Lounge, Campus Center.

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The Roy H. Park School of Communications will host a variety of end-of-the-semester screenings, exhibitions, and presentations to showcase student work.

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 Kimberly Wilkinson, assistant professor in the department of occupational therapy, was invited to present her paper entitled “The use of loose parts play with children with special needs” at the Therapeutic Aspects of Play Conference.

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Summer Hours Begin May 25

Contributed by Katie Sack on 05/03/18 

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Summer Hours will begin Friday, May 25, 2018, and continue through August 10, 2018. During this period, full-time employees will work two fewer hours (37.5 hours reduced to 35.5, 40 hours reduced to 38 hours) and receive their usual compensation. Ithaca College’s official business hours will end at 3:00 p.m. on Fridays instead of 5:00 p.m. This year, there will be 12 Fridays on which the official hours will be reduced by two hours. 

The Summer Hours policy applies to all full-time, benefits-eligible staff. For more information, please contact Katie Sack at 274-8000. 

School of Music Dean Karl Paulnack will be the featured keynote speaker at the 2018 Iowa Bandmasters’ Association Conference in Des Moines next week. He will speak on the topic of Bands in the 21st Century.  In addition, he will offer a series of workshops for IBA members designed to help musicians create personal mission statements, a process designed to encourage and develop human and artistic authenticity, originality and uniqueness.

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Seniors, Ithaca College is excited to hear about your plans after graduation! Whether you’re working, continuing your education, volunteering, or adventuring, we want to know, and you can tell us by completing the “What’s Next?” Survey.

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Chrissy Guest, Assistant Professor, Media Arts, Sciences, and Studies, keynote address, The New Frontier: Discovering Diverse Stories Untold examined the research methods employed by Guest in the making of her documentary film, Beyond Ink & Paint: The Women of Animation. Guest discussed how the under-representation of women in the animation industry is evident in the lack of scholarly research on the topic of women animators, their contribution to the art of animation and the innovations being made by women in the field of animation today. This discovery lead to her creation of a documentary film that tells the unique story of women in animation.

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