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Do you know a woman or female-identified student leader currently in their sophomore year at Ithaca College? Please consider submitting a recommendation form to encourage them to apply for the BOLD Women's Leadership Network!

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Greetings Campus Community,

We are set to start the implementation of the new Ithaca College learning management system (LMS), Canvas, for use starting with the Fall 2021 semester. Over the past few weeks, we have been meeting with the vendor, Instructure, to plan for a successful adoption and two key committees have kicked off the initiation process. 

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It is with great sadness that we share the news that an IC campus community member, Cathy Saloff-Coste, recently passed away unexpectedly. Cathy worked with students through the Center for Counseling Health and Wellness as a registered dietitian. She was a dear friend to many of us and was an asset to Ithaca College in numerous ways.

For over 15 years, Cathy met individually with students to address their nutritional concerns, providing gentle and respectful advice about healthy eating. As a Certified Eating Disorders Registered Dietitian (CEDRD), Cathy was passionate about helping students who were struggling with disordered eating, as well as prevention education. She provided workshops and other programs on campus, such as panel presentations during National Eating Disorders Awareness Week and the annual NEDAW information series on Intercom.

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The 10th Annual Wheels for Women Cabaret will be presented virtually by seniors in the Department of Theatre Arts on Saturday, February 27, at 7PM. Suggested donation: $10.00 ($5.00 for students.)

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 The Ithaca Music Forum will present a Zoom lecture by gospel music scholar Dr. Alisha Lola Jones of Indiana University entitled "Black Musical Masculinities and the Art of Enflaming Worship."  This talk will take place today, Friday, Feb. 12, at 5 pm.  See below for Zoom registration link.

ithaca.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJItcOCuqzguHtNHVnBB5WuMSNoImj_uexsE

or contact psilberman@ithaca.edu

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The First-Gen Center is excited to announce that you can now add the Ithaca Firsts Proud First-Gen Faculty and Staff logo to your email signature! 

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The First-Gen Center is excited to announce that you can now add the Ithaca Firsts Proud First-Gen Faculty and Staff logo to your email signature! 

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The Fitness Center is now open to all students, faculty, and staff who will be living, learning, or working on-campus this semester provided that they are in compliance with all testing and screening requirements and are cleared to access campus. Members of the campus community who will be remote this semester will still have access to virtual fitness programming but will not be eligible to register for in-person activities or facility reservations.

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Calling all current and future educators!

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 In an effort to centralize requests for all items, Interlibrary Loan requests will now be made directly through the library catalog!

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 Go on a blind date with a book (or film) at the Library until February 19th!  

 

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Go on a blind date with a book (or film) at the Library until February 19th! 

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InFinity

Contributed by Melanie Reyes on 02/10/21 

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 Dear Faculty, Staff, and Students,

Please join William Guerrero, Vice President of Finance and Administration for the next InFinity presentation via Zoom on: Monday, February 22nd from 12:00pm – 1:00pm. 

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The Center for Faculty Excellence is pleased to host Ithaca College Community Artists each Friday at 5pm. In a mere 15-20 minutes, learn what our community brings to the arts, and the invariable ways art invigorates our lives. This week’s guest is G’Ra Asim.

To gain the Zoom link, send a message to Gordon Rowland (rowland@ithaca.edu).

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Primate Behavior is an introductory workbook that serves as a detailed guide for conducting scientific behavioral studies. 

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Want to study abroad in 2021-22 or beyond? Need help finding the right program? Not sure what your options are? Come to an info session and get the information you need to make it happen! It's not too soon to start planning NOW for your future international adventure.

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Title:  The Safest Sex – Sex, Toys and Masturbation

Thursday, February 11th, 7pm

 

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Title:  The Safest Sex – Sex, Toys and Masturbation

Thursday, February 11th, 7pm

 

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Sara Haefeli, with co-authors Lynne Rogers (Mannes School of Music, The New School) and Karen Bottge (College of Fine Arts, University of Kentucky) published a comprehensive writing guide, Writing in Music. The book demystifies music writing conventions and methods by offering strategies for the types of writing that students most often encounter in college courses on music. The book offers guidance through the writing process and, for research assignments, through the research process.

Geared for an audience of music majors and other students taking undergraduate music-major courses--as well as for master's students in music desiring more training in academic writing--Writing in Music covers the two approaches common to academic coursework in virtually all music-major programs: the study of music with a focus on its cultural and historical contexts, and the exploration of works using the tools of music analysis.

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Students, Faculty and Staff who are having issues with a personally owned computer can stop by the Information Technology Service Desk in Job Hall where IT@IC staff will do an initial assessment and provide limited software support and troubleshooting.  There is no charge for this initial service provided by IT@IC.

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