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Joshua Bonnetta, Associate Professor of Media Arts, Studies & Sciences, recently gave a master class and workshop for graduate students in the department of Visual Anthropology at Goldsmiths College at the University of London. In conjunction with this visit, Professor Bonnetta also presented a new film, Caolas Na Hearadh at Whitechapel Gallery in London. 

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Raul Palma's essay "The World to Come" was published in the Chattahoochee Review's special focus issue "Lost and Found." The essay, which was also nominated for a pushcart prize, looks at language, authenticity, and inheritance in order to explore the role of redemption in a Cuban and Cuban-American family.

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 Wednesday, December 12.   6 - 8 pm Klingenstein Lounge, Campus Center

Come join the students of HLTH 20200 Food and Society for a panel discussion and Q & A with local farmers and food system experts – 6 p.m to 7 p.m.

Followed by student poster presentations of their research on food system problems and solutions – 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Guest panelists:

Donn Hewes and Maryrose Livingston – Northland Sheep Dairy, Marathon  NY

Elizabeth Gabriel, Director – Groundswell Center for Local Food and Farming, Ithaca NY

Heather Sanders – The Piggery, Ithaca NY

Kara Cusolito and Aaron Munzer – Plowbreak Farm, Burdett NY

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Julia Lapp at or (607) 274-3943. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

Professor Barney Beins (Psychology) has revised two of his books published by Cambridge University Press. One book is entitled Research Methods: A Tool for Life; the second is Research Methods and Statistics in Psychology.

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Merging Media and the Environmental Crisis is an all-student produced speaker series on focused on the communication of environmental crisis solutions and approaches. We have 10 speakers and 7 team members working to bring this passionate event together.

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Want to learn about African Diaspora and Asian American communities and histories?  All are welcome to join students as they showcase their final creative projects for Introduction to African Diaspora Studies and Introduction to Asian American Studies.  

We hope to educate the campus community about issues important to African Diaspora and Asian American communities in order to create space for conversations about diversity, community, and coalition building.

Please note that this is a two-day event in two separate locations as follows:

Day 1 is Wednesday, 12/12/18, in the Ithaca Falls Room

Day 2 is Thursday, 12/13/18, in Clark Lounge



 A paper entitled "In situ fabric coloration with indigo synthesized in flow" was published this week in the Journal of Coloration Technology. Based on research conducted in Michael Haaf's (Chemistry) research lab, the paper was co-authored by former Ithaca College student Katrina Piemonte (`16).


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Patricia Zimmermann, Professor of Screen Studies and codirector of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, recently served on the jury for the 34th Annual International Documentary Association (IDA) Awards for short form series for online and emerging media. 

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Visiting Assistant Professor in Media Arts, Sciences, and Studies, Arzu Karaduman presented her paper, "Ethics of Haunting in Crystal Time inOnce Upon a Time in Anatolia," at the Literature/Film Association Conference in New Orleans on December 1, 2018. By putting Derrida in a dialog with Deleuze, this paper offered haunting and originary mourning as the ethical operative modes in the crystal image of the female figure and her shadow in the tea-serving scene in Once Upon a Time in Anatolia. 

Do you need credits to graduate or ICC credits for Identities or World of Systems? This winter break, earn 3 credits ONLINE with Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (ANTH 10400)! Winter session registration begins November 1st. Sign up for this thought-provoking course that is relevant and applicable for any major. It's a ten-day ONLINE class from January 7-18, 2019 that connects you and your major to the current global era. Introduction to Cultural Anthropology in this ONLINE version (ANTH 104000) is not offered during the regular fall and spring semesters, so sign up now for Winter session 2019 to enroll in this active and engaging course that you can take from the comforts of wherever you are! Contact Dr. Sue-Je Gage at for more information or go to: 

Ithaca College Circle K and Books Thru Bars are hosting a gift sale with local business One World Market! One World Market is a store located downtown in The Commons. They are a non-profit organization that pride themselves on their commitment to fair trade goods and living wages for both their artists and employees. At the sale you can expect to see items made from all across the globe. Jewelry, backpacks, chocolate bars, notebooks, and clothing items including hats, scarves, gloves and more will be available for purchase. The sale will take place on Monday December 3rd, Wednesday December 5th, and Monday December 10th in the North Foyer of Campus Center. We will be there from 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. each day. Stop by and get some holiday shopping done! 

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Going on a winter break adventure? Zimride, IC’s private network for ridesharing, can help you get there. It’s easy! Sign up, share your ride, and find a ride.  Check it out!

Please be advised that 2019 employee parking permits are available to order online using the following link:  If you have changed vehicles and/or plate numbers, please take this time to also update your vehicle information.

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Winter Break Parking Rules

Contributed by Amy Shippos on 12/10/18 

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This posting will serve as a reminder of parking rules during Winter Break - December 21st thru January 18th.


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All are welcome to learn about the research happening this semester.

Student presentations begin at 4 pm each day in CNS 112.

December 12 & 13.

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Come learn about Student research in the Biochemistry Program!

Tuesday 12/11 at 4 pm

in CNS 112

Refreshments will be served at 3:45 PM

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 Join us for an end of semester celebration this Friday!

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Don’t forget, our annual end-of-year celebration is on Tuesday, December 11, from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. in Emerson Suites. 

President Collado invites faculty and staff to an evening filled with festive music, great food, and amazing company.

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On Friday, December 21 between 12:01 AM and 7:00 AM there will be an outage of the campus telephone and voicemail systems to perform equipment upgrades. While the phone system is unavailable: 

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Please join William Guerrero, Vice President of Finance and Administration this Wednesday from 9:00am – 10:00am in Klingenstein Lounge, Campus Center for the next Infinity Presentation. In addition to current financial, next year budget, and  division updates, the special topics will include a presentation about IC’s snow storm readiness and information about increased phishing attacks.

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