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Ithaca College’s Asian American Alliance has been dedicated to being an outlet for students to interact through educational, social, political and cultural events and activities. They advocate for issues that pertain to the Asian/Asian American community from visibility in the western education curriculum to addressing the stereotypes that continue to place Asian/Asian American identity at the margins of society and focus on bridging the multiracial identities. Their aim is to empower their members with the knowledge base and confidence to change the world around them.

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 An exhibition of art designed, curated and installed by students in the Theories of Art Practice seminar featuring works by juniors and seniors. Experience an uproarious blend of works in a variety of media. Celebrate this ruckus with refreshments and live music. Come join us in the new Creative Space Gallery! 

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The Staff Council Benefits Committee would like to thank everyone who gave feedback in the recent survey, whether by participating online or by speaking candidly with a representative.

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May 1, 5.30-7.30 p.m
Casita del Polaris
1201 North Tioga Street, Ithaca, NY

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Naeem Inayatullah published a short (1200 words) review as part of a book forum devoted to Richa's Nagar's Muddying the Waters: Coauthoring Feminisms across Scholarship and Activism.  You can read the review here:

The published version is found here: “Duty, Desire and the Politics of Indeterminacy: comments on Richa Nagar’sMuddying the Waters,” in Gender, Place and Culture, 23 (12), 2016, pp. 8-10.

 The club Ithaca College Unites For HER participates in fundraising efforts to provide a grant to any student, faculty, staff or immediate family member of theirs affected by breast cancer. This grant is to help pay for integrative, complementary therapies to help those who are going through or have gone through breast cancer treatment. These therapies include acupuncture, yoga classes, massage therapy, and nutrition counseling among others. To learn more about this club, the grant, and to apply either for yourself or on behalf of an immediate family member, please visit our website To learn more about the organization in general please visit  

Please join us for a special event celebrating our six graduating seniors in Planned/Integrative Studies Tuesday, May 2PM @ 7PM in Clark Lounge.

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The Department of Writing is delighted to present the winners of this year's IC Writing Contest.

We invite all of you to come and hear these prize-winners read from their work at the Writing Contest Awards Ceremony and Reading, to take place at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 26 in Klingenstein Lounge (Campus Center). 

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Dr. Hongwei Guan, Associate Professor in the Department of Health Promotion and Physical Education, received the Indiana University Mobley International Distinguished Alumni Award on April 14, 2017.

The Mobley International Distinguished Alumni Award is awarded to an international graduate of the School of Public Health – Bloomington who has demonstrated outstanding personal and Professional achievement. It was named for Tony Mobley upon his retirement in 2002 after servicing for 26 years as Dean of the school, one of the longest serving school deans in the history of Indiana University. This award recognized Dr. Guan’s leadership in integrating sport and physical activities in global education and his efforts to promote healthy lifestyle, cultural awareness and global citizenship.

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Part of the School of Business's Professional Development Series (PDS), a month full of activities and programs that will support your career and professional development needs! 

Jason Stoler '93: Vice President of Davis Ulmer Sprinkler Co.,Inc

Wednesday, April 26, 2017
School of Business, Room 301

Jason Stoler will hold a working discussion talking about real life experiences, what employers are looking for, leadership principals, and building the foundation for a strong career. He gets to the heart of "what you need to know when you get out here in the real world." Food will be provided!

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All are invited to learn about research conducted in the faculty labs.

Biology Honors Symposium
April 27 
 CNS 112

  • 4:00 Cailin Harro, Biology ‘17  (Advisor, Andrew Smith)
  • 4:30  Victoria Wright, Biology ‘17 (Advisor, Ian Woods)
  • 5:00  Cynthia Ulbing, Biology ‘17 (Advisor, Brooks Miner)

    The Tri-Beta Induction will follow at 6:15 p.m., CNS 1B

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In an effort to support the increasing growth of conferences and events occurring at Ithaca College during the summer, Parking Services has collaborated with Campus Center and Event Services to create new summer parking restrictions that are more hospitable to the many visitors that are attracted to come to Ithaca College over the summer.  The goal of this change is to create a more welcoming environment for our summer guests who are unfamiliar with our campus.  These changes are feasible given the significant reduction of faculty, staff and students accessing parking facilities on campus during the summer months. 


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All the information contained herein is verifiable, sourced, and confirmed by conversations with a Resident Officer of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) in Albany NY.

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April is National Financial Literacy Month - check out our website for financial resources and events by clicking here!

You can use your personal my social security account to access and manage your social security information online.

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 An exhibition of art designed, curated and installed by students in the Theories of Art Practice seminar featuring works by juniors and seniors. Experience an uproarious blend of works in a variety of media. Celebrate this ruckus with refreshments and live music. Come join us in the new CSG! 

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Sustainable Living: A Holistic Approach to Health

HLTH 21400, is a 3-credit online Summer Course offered during
Jul 03, 2017 - Aug 04, 2017. 

ICC Themes: The Quest for a Sustainable Future & Power & Justice

ICC Perspectives: Social Sciences & Natural Sciences. 

Quick Intro:


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HPEG 59901-01 Grant Writing:  May15th –May18th

A must have skill for health care and health education professionals and researchers.  Below is a summary of the course content. Please contact Srijana Bajracharya at  for more information. If you like to review the syllabus, please email me.     


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In light of on-going campus and global tension, Faculty Council passed a motion in January that asked itself to craft a values statement that reflected its commitment to basic human decency.  The statement went through many iterations; during the process, Council solicited the input and support of the Student and Staff Councils.  What you read, therefore, represents the collaborative efforts of Ithaca College’s governing bodies.  Although it may not speak perfectly to anyone, we hope it speaks something to everyone.


Marieme Foote, President, Student Governance Council

Rosane Mordt, Chair, Staff Council

Tom Swensen, Chair, Faculty Council

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TVR320: Topics in Media Technology: The Seduction and Surveillance of New Media (ICC WI and ICC DV) CRN# 10100 focuses on how new media (mobile, social, web, etc.) has led to some unanticipated outcomes that affect our personal life experience in both utopic and dystopic ways. We will also focus on how digital media has impacted the construction of individual and group identities, challenged inequality, and given a voice to people and populations that have been systematically marginalized.

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Psychology Associate Professor Leigh Ann Vaughn has published "Data from foundational tests of the need-support model: A framework for bridging regulatory focus theory and self-determination theory" in the Journal of Open Psychology Data. She published the initial paper on the need-support model in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin earlier this year.


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