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This summer, the IC Library is migrating to a Unified Resource Management system (URM).

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Battery Purchases and disposing of used alkaline batteries

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Save the date and plan on joining your colleagues in Emerson A on April 20 at 9am for the next Dollars and $ense. 

The Dollars and $ense discussion series is a regular opportunity for faculty and staff to engage in and learn about current topics that have financial implications for the college.  This month’s focus will be focused on enterprise risk management and a year-to-date financials update.

We hope you will join us.



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Two week drawing class with an emphasis on landscape. Sessions held in Ceracche, Buttermilk Falls, Stewart Park, Cornell Plantations, etc.

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Think primates are cool? Register for ANTH 30800 Field Methods in Primatology and learn how we collect both behavioral and ecological data!

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Presented by the Diversity Consortium of Tompkins County, this biannual conference provides the community with a venue for community-wide learning and dialog for addressing equity and inclusion and for developing next steps in creating a culturally competent and inclusive community in which to work, live, and learn.

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It's April--no shortage of concert options!

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Professor Barney Beins presented a keynote address entitled The Many Colors of Psychology: A Sociocultural History at the annual convention of the Eastern Psychological Association (EPA) in Boston. He also participated in the symposium "Psychology Reconceptualized: Thinking and Responding" with a talk entitled Did Chomsky’s Review of Verbal Behavior Really Cause Behaviorism’s Collapse?. He chaired that symposium and chaired another symposium, "Psychology Reconceptualized: Self and Other."

He also serves on the EPA Board of Directors and is on the program planning committee.

We’ve lost touch with nature. This disconnect hurts our health, dulls our spirit, and threatens our future. Narrated by Liam Neeson, Love Thy Nature is a cinematic journey through the beauty and intimacy of our relationship with the natural world. And it shows that a renewed connection with nature is key not only to our wellbeing, but also to solving our climate and environmental crises.

 Enjoy the film and learn how you can love nature through programs at IC.  

Thursday, April 20, 5pm  
Textor 102   
FREE – 1 hour 40 minutes        

Cosponsored by the departments of Recreation and Leisure Studies and Environmental Studies and Sciences.           

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Chris Klinger at       

ENVS naturalist and department chair Jason Hamilton will be teaching two classes this summer that can bring you into closer contact with the local landscape. 

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Beginning on May 3rd the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management will be conducting a sweep of the campus for the purpose of removing bicycles and bicycle parts that are abandoned and/or locked to anything other than a bicycle rack.  The sweep is being conducted to improve campus safety, maximizes the availability of bike parking resources and improve the beauty of our campus environment. 

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When: Tuesday, April 18, 2016
Time: Doors open at 5:00pm, 
Presentations start at 5:30pm, and will conclude by 7:30pm
Location: Rev:Ithaca Startup Works, 314 East State Street, 2nd Floor

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

Chenaya Devine Milbourne '14: Assistant Manager, Business Development at L'Oréal Luxe

Tuesday, April 18, 2017
School of Business, Room 111

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Did you know that $3.00 can fill a back pack with nutritious food so a child in need can eat over the weekend? It does! And, IC Dining's donation drive to end childhood hunger in our community starts today at all retail dining locations. Please consider a donation of any size to help end hunger in our community! IC Dining is proud to partner with the Food Bank of the Southern Tier's BackPack program, collecting thousands of dollars in donations yearly to help end hunger in our community. So, let's put an end to hunger today! Thank you! **The donation drive ends on April 30th, 2017**

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! 

Friday, April 21, 2017
School of Business, Room 301

Open to All. Students: RSVP in OrgSync under the School of Business tab for Career Connections Credit at least 48 hours in advance. Pizza lunch provided!

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 Join us in Ford Hall at 12 on 4/16 for Easter Sunday Mass! All are welcome! 

We also will have a service on Friday 4/14 at 3 pm and will celebrate the Easter Vigil on Saturday 4/15 at 8 pm. Both the Good Friday service and the Easter Vigil will take place in Muller Chapel. 

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The Diversity and Inclusion Discussion Circle invites members of the campus community to attend its weekly gatherings on Wednesdays at noon in Klingenstein Lounge.

At our next gathering on Wednesday, April 19, Claudia de la Cruz will present on the power of hip-hop to influence social change, and her work as part of Rebel Diaz Arts Collective (RDAC) in the South Bronx. Through bilingual musical performances and educational workshops, RDAC is a space for cultural exchange and education around timely social justice issues.

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  The Society of Professional Journalists has named The Ithacan’s website the Best Affiliated Newspaper Website in the Northeast Region for 2016. The website received the first place Mark of Excellence Award at the SPJ Region 1 conference April 8 at John Jay College of CUNY in New York.

The website now goes on to compete against the winners in the other 11 SPJ regions for the national Mark of Excellence Award. That award will be presented at the SPJ national convention Sept. 7–9 in Anaheim, California. The SPJ is the largest professional organization of reporters and editors in the country.

In addition, the Ithacan’s print newspaper was honored as a Finalist in the Best All-Around Nondaily Newspaper category.

(Shown in photo, from left: Ithacan Webmaster Evan Sobkowicz ’17 and Editor-in-Chief Kayla Dwyer’17 with the awards.)

Over the weekend 52 students attended the 2017 National Conference of Undergraduate Research (NCUR) in Memphis, Tennessee. The students were accompanied by Associate Professor James Pfrehm, Modern Languages and Literatures, and Rasoul Rezvanian, Associate Dean/Business.

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 Six Therapeutic Recreation (TR) majors, two TR faculty and the Program Director for the Center for Life Skills presented at the New York State Therapeutic recreation Association 22nd Annual Conference in Saratoga Springs, New York.



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