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Join the Ithaca College Sexual Violence Prevention Committee for a virtual event series to screen and discuss the Fundamental docu-series created by the Global Fund for Women. This event series will be co-hosted by the Tompkins County Advocacy Center, BOLD Women's Leadership Network, Office of International Programs, the Center for IDEAS, the LGBT Center, Athletics, the Office of Student Engagement, Public Safety, the Politics Department, the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, the Women's Mentoring Network, and the Psychology Department. 

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Fundamental is a mini docu-series created by the Global Fund for Women. Learn more about the series here

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Fundamental is a mini docu-series created by the Global Fund for Women. Learn more about the series here

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The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival is partnering with Cinemapolis to offer a week of FREE virtual screenings of America Street, a new documentary film by Idrissou Mora-Kpai, Assistant Professor, Department of Media Arts, Sciences, and Studies at Ithaca College.

In solidarity with the latest movement of social protest for racial justice and #BlackLivesMatter, the director is providing free access to the film, shot five years ago in Charleston in the wake of the Walter Scott killing.

America Street is a 2019 release and was scheduled for its upstate New York premiere at the 23rd Annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival

The film focuses on Charleston, South Carolina. On America Street in Charleston’s East Side neighborhood, Joe is the owner of a small corner store, the heart of an old but slowly disappearing black community. 

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No matter where you are in life - just getting started or planning for retirement - a 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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After serving the college for 21 years, 8 months, 2 weeks and 5 days, our colleague Terry Ruger will be retiring from the college on June 30th of this year.  Terry is currently the Associate Director for Client Technologies in Information Technology. 

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Please join President Collado and members of the senior leadership team for a virtual All-Faculty-and-Staff Gathering on Tuesday, June 9, from 12:10 – 1:05 p.m. This gathering is for faculty and staff only to provide space to engage in a transparent and open dialogue with one another and with college leadership around issues that are specific to our work. 

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In April, members of the Faculty and Staff from the B.F.A. in Theatrical Production & Design program in the Department of Theatre Arts invited professional alums and colleagues to speak to students about the many challenges Women+ face in the industry. 

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Join the Ithaca College Sexual Violence Prevention Committee for a virtual event series to screen and discuss the Fundamental docu-series created by the Global Fund for Women. This event series will be co-hosted by the Tompkins County Advocacy Center, BOLD Women's Leadership Network, Office of International Programs, the Center for IDEAS, the LGBT Center, Athletics, the Office of Student Engagement, Public Safety, the Politics Department, the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, the Women's Mentoring Network, and the Psychology Department. 

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Cosponsored with the Tompkins County Office of Human Rights

Friday June 5, 2020  11 AM-Noon in Eastern Daylight Time (US and Canada) UTC-4:00

Register HERE

Speakers:

Dr. Christopher House, Associate Professor, Department of Communication Studies

Mr. Travis Brooks, Deputy Director, Greater Ithaca Activities Center

Dr. Nicole Horsley, Assistant Professor, Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity

Dr. Kenneth I. Clarke, Director, Office of Human Rights Tompkins County 

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Over the next few weeks IT@IC will be pushing out a fix to eliminate the Keychain error that many users of college-owned Apple computers experience as a result of password synchronization issues.  

IT@IC will be deploying NoMAD which will help keep the Mac computer’s login password in sync with your Netpass password, which will eliminate the common Keychain error after an individual changes their Netpass password.  Once NoMAD is installed the initial Mac login screen will change to a light gray background with a large Ithaca College logo.  Please see the NoMAD help guide for more information.

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Construction on a new sidewalk along Rt. 96B/Danby Road, the main route that connects Ithaca College to downtown Ithaca, is moving forward to provide members of the IC community and Ithaca residents with safer pedestrian access to and from campus. Construction will take place on the east side of the road—the campus side—extending from the Ithaca College main entrance to the Town/City of Ithaca municipal line at Grandview Avenue, beginning on Monday, June 8. 

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To the Academic Calendar subgroup/task force:

As administrators (and staff and faculty) continue to decide about the return to campus, the faculty in Politics would like to submit questions and a suggestion. While we hear that the Return to Campus Task Force composed of administrators, and the subgroups composed of a mix of constituent groups are working with local officials and partners in the community, as well as following the guidance provided by Governor Cuomo and his NY Forward Plan, we are failing to see much logic around the public health approach that puts us all in situations of danger during months when the flu season would be upon us.

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Dear IC students,

We hope you can join us tomorrow, Thursday, June 4, from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m., as we hold space for our IC students to unite as a community and acknowledge the sorrow, fear, suffering, and outrage that many of us are feeling right now as our local and national communities confront systemic racism, injustice, and violence committed against Black lives.

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End the week with ART! IC Artists share their work on Fridays at 5pm.

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The next virtual All-Faculty-and-Staff Gathering is from 12:10 – 1:05 p.m., Tuesday, June 9. Faculty and staff are invited to submit their questions in advance via this form until 5:00 p.m. on Friday, June 5.

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There will be a follow up virtual Student Meeting providing updates to the Move Out process on Thursday, June 4, 2020, from 10:00 am - 11:00 am. 

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Even though the semester is over, study abroad advisors in the Office of International Programs are available throughout the summer for Zoom appointments to help you plan for a future study abroad experience. Although College-sponsored and affiliated study abroad programs are suspended for 2020-21, we would be happy to help you plan for a summer, semester, or winter session abroad in the 2021-22 academic year or beyond.

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Career Services has been working with alumni to create Micro-Internships for this summer!

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Join the Ithaca College Sexual Violence Prevention Committee for a virtual event series to screen and discuss the Fundamental docu-series created by the Global Fund for Women. This event series will be co-hosted by the Tompkins County Advocacy Center, BOLD Women's Leadership Network, Office of International Programs, the Center for IDEAS, the LGBT Center, Athletics, the Office of Student Engagement, Public Safety, the Politics Department, the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, the Women's Mentoring Network, and the Psychology Department. 

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