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The next virtual All-Faculty-and-Staff Gathering is from 12:10 – 1:05 p.m., Tuesday, May 12. Faculty and staff are invited to submit their questions in advance via this form until 5:00 p.m. on Friday, May 8.

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The recording of the April 28 All-Faculty-and-Staff Gathering is now available.

Faculty and staff: Please click here to see a recording of the meeting, provided on Microsoft Stream. To access the video, you will need to log in with your Ithaca College email.

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From Dear Multi-Hyphenate on Broadway Podcast Network:

Monday, May 4, 2020 the episode of my podcast Dear Multi-Hyphenate, with Cynthia Henderson, [was] released on Broadway Podcast Network.

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From Dear Multi-Hyphenate on Broadway Podcast Network:

Monday, May 4, 2020 the episode of my podcast Dear Multi-Hyphenate, with Cynthia Henderson, [was] released on Broadway Podcast Network.

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The Marketing Department in the School of Business and the Ithaca College student chapter of the America Marketing Association are pleased to recognize this year's inductees into the Alpha Mu Alpha international honorary marketing society.

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Looking for a meeting? Use this link to find LGBTQ specific and intentionally LGBTQ inclusive AA meetings taking place virtually during COVID-19.

Even though we're not together on campus, study abroad advisors in the Office of International Programs are available for Zoom or phone 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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Enjoy an informal conversation with IC alum Jack Michaels as he shares his career journey and insights about working in broadcasting.  

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As described in the recent all-faculty meeting, the college is undertaking a new summer initiative to support our incoming first-year and transfer students.

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The Center for Faculty Excellence is thrilled to announce that Dr. Baruch Whitehead has been selected as recipient of the 2020 President Shirley M. Collado Faculty Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Ithaca College Community.

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Please join us for short presentations and performances at 5PM each day. The Zoom link is available in the Fine Artists at Five forum of the Keep Teaching Sakai site. This week’s artists include:

   David Earll, Monday, May 4

   Susan Waterbury & Dave Whiting, Tuesday, May 5

   Kathleen Mulligan, Norm Johnson, & Razan Abu Ismail, Wednesday, May 6

   Elizabeth Simkin, Thursday, May 7

   Dana Wilson, Friday, May 8

Fine Artists at Five is hosted by the Center for Faculty Excellence.

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 Junior Madison Fernandez, who majors in journalism with health policy and management, and honors minors, will assume the position of editor in chief of The Ithacan for the 2020–21 academic year. 

Fernandez was the only candidate interviewed by the Board of Student Publications during a Zoom meeting April 10. Diane Gayeski, dean of the Roy H. Park School of Communications, accepted the board’s recommendation and appointed Fernandez to the position. 

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 The Ithacan was honored with a Silver Crown award by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association in conjunction with the spring National College Media Convention at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City. The award was presented in an online ceremony after the March 13 presentation session was canceled due to coronavirus concerns. 

The paper was also won the First Place in the conference’s Best of Show competition. This was The Ithacan’s second Best of Show win this academic year, having won First Place at the fall National College Media Convention in Washington, D.C. in November.

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The Ithacan has once again been named the Best College Newspaper in New York State by the New York Press Association in its annual Better College Newspaper competition. In addition to the top award, the paper won First Place in six of the competition’s categories and Second Place in another. Six Ithacan staff members were also honored for their individual work.

The judges said: “Top-notch journalism, fascinating graphics, clean style and subject diversity pushed The Ithacan to the winning spot in this very competitive category. A thoughtful opinion page, complete with a local editorial cartoon, is just one of its assets. The paper does a stellar job covering its community, pursuing enterprise, holding power to account and serving its readers and advertisers.”


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Please join us for the launch of our virtual senior exhibition of creative work made by the Ithaca College Class of 2020. The exhibition, titled "Again, again, again, & again" was curated by Abigail Haley '20, and features the work of graduating seniors Luke Bonadonna, Andrew Hallenberg, Kristen Harrison, Kalina Hertafeld, Brian Johnson, Devin Kasparian, Libby O'Neill, Kate Rockefeller, Alexzandria Sanchez, Cait Schmitz, Alisha Tamarchenko, and Sam Unger. 

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Walter Byongsok Chon, Assistant Professor of Dramaturgy and Theatre Studies in the Theatre Arts Department, publishes his chapter “The Stakes of Expanding a Cultural Landscape: Dramaturging, Adapting and Performing Gao Xingjian’s The Other Shore” in the book, Diversity, Inclusion, and Representation in Contemporary Dramaturgy: Case Studies from the Field (Routledge Press).


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COVID-19 has disrupted how everyone engages with the world and the arts community has particularly felt the impact.  In this series you will meet three arts organizations who will discuss how they have repositioned themselves and offer suggestions on how students in the arts can do the same.  This is an opportunity to gain insights, ask questions, and learn how to navigate the current environment.

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The U.S. Fulbright Commission issued the following press release about Anthony Adornato, associate professor of journalism, being awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant:

The U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board are pleased to announce that Anthony Adornato of Ithaca College has received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award to Italy in the field of journalism.

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Faith Sternstein (Class of 1990, H&S Anthropology) and Martin Sternstein (Professor Emeritus, Dept of Mathematics) have coauthored a non-fiction book, Ten African-American Presidents.

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The IC Web Team will be hosting a virtual Drupal training via Zoom on Thursday, May 14, 2020 from 10:00 am - 11:30 am.

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