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Tune in Wednesday, March 25 at noon (EDT) for a free webinar all about changing your mindset.

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The Title IX Office would like to make students, faculty and staff aware that the office remains open virtually.  As an employee, if you receive a disclosure of sexual misconduct from a student you are working with during this time of remote instruction, you can continue to reach the Title IX Office by emailing Linda Koenig at lkoenig@ithaca.edu or Omar Stoute at ostoute1@ithaca.edu to make your required Responsible Employee report.  To review your role as a Responsible Employee you may go to https://www.ithaca.edu/policies/vol2/2_1/ (2.1.4) .  You can also call Linda Koenig at 607-274-7761 or Omar Stoute at 607-274-5136. 

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The Title IX Office would like to make students, faculty and staff aware that the office remains open virtually.  As an employee, if you receive a disclosure of sexual misconduct from a student you are working with during this time of remote instruction, you can continue to reach the Title IX Office by emailing Linda Koenig at lkoenig@ithaca.edu or Omar Stoute at ostoute1@ithaca.edu to make your required Responsible Employee report.  To review your role as a Responsible Employee you may go to https://www.ithaca.edu/policies/vol2/2_1/ (2.1.4) .  You can also call Linda Koenig at 607-274-7761 or Omar Stoute at 607-274-5136.

  

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The Title IX Office would like to make students, faculty and staff aware that the office remains open virtually.  You can reach the Title IX Office by emailing Linda Koenig at lkoenig@ithaca.edu or Omar Stoute at ostoute1@ithaca.edu .  You can also call Linda Koenig at 607-274-7761 or Omar Stoute at 607-274-5136.  Our virtual office is open Monday-Friday from 8:30AM-5:00PM.  

 

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If you paid for an eligible medical or dependent care expense out of pocket during the 2019 plan year, you have until March 31, 2020 to submit those expenses for reimbursement. Otherwise, any remaining balance will be forfeited.

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Dear Campus Community,

I am reaching out today, as we restart our spring semester, to share news of some upcoming meetings for faculty, staff, and students to hear from the leadership of the college and for our community to connect during an incredibly challenging time.

But before I get into those details, I want to intentionally pause and offer all of you my heartfelt gratitude. This has been a trying time for our IC family, and I hope this little video brings you some peace and hope today.

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 23rd Annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival 

FLEFF 2020 RAPID RESPONSE

OPENING REMARKS FOR FLEFF 2020 BY DR. TANYA SAUNDERS
https://www.ithaca.edu/fleff/openingremarks/

RADICAL INFILRATIONS EXHIBITION OF NEW MEDIA ART
https://www.ithaca.edu/fleff/infiltrationsnewmedia/

INFILTRATIONS: A DIFFERENT MEDIA ENVIRONMENT EXHIBITION (ANALOG MEDIA)
https://www.ithaca.edu/fleff/differentenvironment/

By the time she was in her late twenties, Tara Schuster was a rising TV exec who had worked for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. By all appearances, she had mastered being a grown-up. But beneath that veneer of success, she was a "chronically anxious, self-medicating mess". No one knew that her road to adulthood had been paved with depression, anxiety, and shame.

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Below is information about parking on campus during the campus's response to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Please join us for a virtual talk with Professor Luke Keller of the IC Physics Department

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Information Technology has established a connectivity troubleshooting and resource guide (www.ithaca.edu/information-technology/home-internet) to provide you with references to resources, solution providers and suggestions for acquiring and refining your home network connection.  

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The Census Bureau has issued guidance that college students should still be counted at the residence they live while attending school, even if they have returned home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  

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Dear Ithaca College Staff and Faculty:

As you may be aware, Governor Cuomo communicated on Friday, March 20, that as part of the “New York State on PAUSE” executive order, all non-essential businesses or entities must reduce their on-site personnel to zero by 8:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 22. According to guidance issued by the New York State Department of Economic Development (d/b/a Empire State Development), businesses or entities that provide both essential and non-essential services (like Ithaca College) may continue to provide the essential services because the operations that are necessary to support the essential services are exempt from the mandated on-site personnel reduction. Some examples of our essential services include public safety, facilities, IT, dining, health services, and residential life. It is important to note that Governor Cuomo made it clear that his executive order will be enforced for the safety of New York State residents.

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The Conference & Events Services staff has and will continue to work remotely to meet your event planning needs. 

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IC's LGBT Center has developed two new webpages with resources for our students, staff and faculty:

 

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Join international faith leader, philosopher, and author, Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks on Thursday, March 26th at 1:00 PM Eastern Standard Time to learn about how Passover has a deep message of hope during times of great fear and uncertainty.

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When life surprises us with challenges like those we’re encountering around COVID-19, we might struggle to feel connected: to ourselves, to each other, to a sense of routine or stability. In times like these, having some tools to help us manage the discomfort or maybe even the grief that comes from uncertainty and the changing of plans is valuable.

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Mail Services Updates

Contributed by Jeffrey Golden on 03/20/20 

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As the College responds to the threat posed by the spread of COVID-19, Mail Services has had to make a number of changes to its normal operations. We remain committed to providing the IC community with the best possible service during this period.

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The IC Mentorship Initiative is a new student org for IC Students to mentor South Hill Elementary students and New Roots Charter High School students!

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The Advocacy Center is a long-standing community partner of Ithaca College in supporting our community around issues of sexual and domestic/dating violence. 

This website will give their current operations and availability as they transition to a virtual platform. 

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