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Our current exhibitions will close this Friday! During Spring 2021 exhibitions are only open to the Ithaca College campus community (students, staff, and faculty). A virtual gallery is available through a link on the gallery website.

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Dear Campus Community,

As we near the closure of this truly unique academic year, plans are already enthusiastically under way to move forward with an in-person 2021-22 academic year for all students and activate the full return of our vibrant, on-campus learning and living community.

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Professor Kathleen Mulligan, Theatre Arts, will offer a new course "Performing Dialects: Understanding Characters Through Language" as part of the May session 2021. All levels of experience are welcome! The course will provide practice in identifying specific sound changes to shift from one's unique idiolect to the dialect of a character. Exploration of four dialects/accents will be offered in the two-week course.

 

 

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The Angela and William Haines Young Concert Artists Residency presents this year's second featured performer.

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Submitted on behalf of IC Impact.

 

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A roundtable with frontline medical workers, public health activists, and support personnel on how to deal with the ever-changing dimensions of the pandemic. Our guests include an Ithaca College graduate.

Sponsored by FLEFF (Finger Lakes environmental Film Festival) and the Department of Health Promotion and Physical Education. 

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Join us on Zoom for the first Disability Awareness Panel on Thursday, April 22nd at 7:30pm.

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It’s hard to believe, but we are already hitting the stretch run of the spring semester! In case you missed it, some exciting updates pertaining to COVID-19 vaccine eligibility have rolled out over the past week. Learn more about these policy updates and how they impact you in our latest installment of COVID-19 updates!

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It all started with a simple ‘thank you’. . . 

Wednesday, April 7th
7pm - 8pm EST
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Submitted on behalf of Rosanna Ferro, Vice President of Student Affairs and Campus Life

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Recent graduates from Public and Community Health in the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance are publishing a data-based article related to a Service-Learning project in The International Journal of Health, Wellness, and Society.

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From state police to student activists this panel features a wide array of violence prevention specialists who will give audience members a peak at the behind the scenes work of Sexual Violence Prevention.

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Join us virtually for a live viewing, Q+A, and group discussion with the mind behind the "Good Girls Don't Tell" documentary, our very own Jen Huemmer, Assistant Professor, Strategic Communications.

Bring your roommates and join us for this YouTube Live event.! 

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Join Geselle Dominguez of the Center for IDEAS in discussion around the stigma and myths surrounding masturbation and sex toys, and exploring the ways self-sex talk can impact our lives.

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Covid-19 has impacted our community in many ways. We are all coping with escalating stressors, isolation, grief, and disconnection from regular sources of support and stability. A particular concern during this time is for students who may be social distancing in a home, apartment, or dorm with an abusive partner or caregiver. This creates additional concerns about safety and resources while survivors are isolated from school, work, and other sources of connection and support.

Join the Advocacy Center for an online conversation about:

  • The impacts of COVID-19 on relationship violence

  • Available services on and off campus and how the Advocacy Center is supporting survivors during this time

  • Strategies to support someone you are worried about

  • Live Q&A

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Covid-19 has impacted our community in many ways. We are all coping with escalating stressors, isolation, grief, and disconnection from regular sources of support and stability. A particular concern during this time is for students who may be social distancing in a home, apartment, or dorm with an abusive partner or caregiver. This creates additional concerns about safety and resources while survivors are isolated from school, work, and other sources of connection and support.

Join the Advocacy Center for an online conversation about:

  • The impacts of COVID-19 on relationship violence

  • Available services on and off campus and how the Advocacy Center is supporting survivors during this time

  • Strategies to support someone you are worried about

  • Live Q&A

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Bringing in the Bystander (BITB) teaches bystanders how to safely intervene in situations where an incident may be occurring or where there may be a risk of sexual or relationship violence. This program uses a community of responsibility approach through a well-researched and tailored training program.

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This workshop provides an opportunity for students to view the "Intervene" Bystander Campaign video with others and engage in a facilitated conversation to reflect upon the attitudes and behaviors that influence the process of intervening as an individual or with assistance.

Join us on April 7th and learn how to INTERVENE

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Join the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management on April 1 and April 21 to learn about the Rave Guardian App. Rave Guardian App is a centralized application that provides Ithaca College community members with a number of on-campus and off-campus support services and resources. This application features push notifications to provide timely notice to community members in the event of an emergency, critical incident, and changes to institutional operation. During the training, you will learn the in’s and out’s of how to operate the Rave Guardian App.

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New W-2 Service through ADP

Contributed by Katie Sack on 04/06/21 

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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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