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School of Business Professors Narges Kasiri & James Minas working with IC finance student John Bailey had their presentation entitled, "Analytics adoption in small businesses", accepted for the 51st Digital Information Systems (DIS) Conference (November 2020)

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IC Soul: Journey

Contributed by Hierald Osorto on 09/09/20 

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IC Soul* is a weekly 30-minute interactive shared reflection space for any student, staff, or faculty regardless of religious, spiritual or non-religious worldview. Hosted by the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life. 

September 9, 2020 (Every Wednesday)
5:15 PM - 5:45 PM EST
Join us via zoom here
BYO Candle

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Sponsored Research has worked with the college's institutional review board (IRB), institutional biosafety committee (IBC) and institutional animal care and use committee (IACUC) to secure the following meeting schedules and protocol due dates:

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The October issue of the Choral Journal includes a feature article by Janet Galván, Professor of Music,  and Matt Clauhs, Assistant Professor of music.  Their article title, “The Virtual Choir as Collaboration,” was used on the cover of the journal.”

The authors want to thank and acknowledge the Ithaca College Choir, the Ithaca College Treble Chorale, and Contemporary Ensembles for their hard work in creating collaborative virtual ensembles at IC in the spring of 2020.  

https://acda-publications.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/CJ/October2020/Galvan_ClauhsOct20.pdf

 

 

You are receiving this message because it is being sent so that you may catch it, cup it in your hands and hold it in your thoughts as you take a moment to own it and put aside your typical morning routine for merely a few minutes to allow for you to put pen to paper, or hands to keyboard, or pebble to soil - and imprint your very own Haiku.  

Staff Haiku Project.

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*Submit your original 3-line, 17-syllable haiku poem for Staff Haiku Project at: MY HAIKU. Deadline: September 25th, 2020. 

For information contact Staff Council members: Sara Jacobs and/or Sarah Shank at: sjacobs4@ithaca.edu or sshank@ithaca.edu.

 

 Welcome “back”, students, faculty, and staff. We will most certainly miss seeing your faces in the dining halls this semester! Though Ithaca College is going mostly virtual, Dining Services will remain open to serve the Ithaca College community.

Please click here or see below for our hours of operation for the Fall 2020 Semester. Please note that we must remain flexible in our approach and these hours may be subject to change. We will be sure to announce any changes to our social media accounts and Intercom.

 

Masks and physical distancing are required. Please do not hesitate to contact us at dine@ithaca.edu should you need assistance.

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Conversations Across Screen Cultures, a new online initiative featuring live interviews and discussions with film and media scholars, media artists, and programmers in the Central New York region, launches on September 15 at 6:30pm in an interview that features Dr. Ulises Mejias, Professor of Communication Studies and Director of the Institute for Global Engagement at SUNY-Oswego.  Dr. Mejias is an Ithaca College alum with BS and MS degrees from the Park School.

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The Office of International Programs recently hosted an interactive workshop titled “Are You Ready for the Fall Semester?: The Real Guide for International Students.” A panel of international students guided everyone in a reflective discussion of international students’ experiences of remote learning during the Spring and Summer semesters. The closing question for this discussion was: “As an international student, what do you want your professors to know and keep in mind as they are getting ready to teach online?”  Among their suggestions were the following:

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 The Office of International Programs recently hosted an interactive workshop titled “Are You Ready for the Fall Semester?: The Real Guide for International Students.” A panel of international students guided everyone in a reflective discussion of international students’ experiences of remote learning during the Spring and Summer semesters. The closing question for this discussion was: “As an international student, what do you want your professors to know and keep in mind as they are getting ready to teach online?”  Among their suggestions were the following:

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A cross division group of IC staff and alumni collaborated to present during the SPECTRUM conference in August. SPECTRUM is the nation's largest education conference devoted to preventing and responding to sexual and interpersonal violence against members of the LGBTQI+ community. It is hosted by the State University of New York.

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Ithaca College realizes that these difficult times have made it challenging for our community members to make ends meet and to access nutritious food.  To help with that, we have come up with a way to keep the On-Campus Food Pantry open, accessible, and as safe as possible.

The pantry will remain accessible during the hours the Campus Center is open Tuesdays through Sundays. The pantry will be closed on Mondays to allow us time to restock and do a thorough cleaning of the space.  Right now the Campus Center open hours are Monday – Friday from 8am – 7pm and Saturday and Sunday from 10am – 7pm.

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Chrissy Guest, Associate Professor in the Media Arts, Sciences, and Studies Department, was elected to serve on the board of the University Film and Video Association. The international election was held over the summer. Guest was honored last year with the association’s Faculty Award of Excellence.

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If you would like more information about joining clubs and organizations at IC (yes they are active online this semester!), or programming ideas and event support for a group you are a member of, or you want to participate in one of the dozens of virtual leadership programs at IC this semester, then this is your chance to talk to a real, live person about it!

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Multiple sections of virtual instruction for Phys Activity, Leis & Safety classes available.

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Click here for complete academic calendars and Final Exam Schedules.

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Dear Ithaca College Faculty and Staff, 

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Face Masks for Students

Contributed by Elyse Nepa on 09/07/20 

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Face masks for students who are living on or near campus are available 24/7 in the lobby of Public Safety, and students who reside off campus in the South Hill area can have them delivered once per week by emailing their request to publicsafety@ithaca.edu. The off-campus deliveries are pretty popular, and the officers enjoy supporting and connecting with students!

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Welcome “back”, students, faculty, and staff. We will most certainly miss seeing your faces in the dining halls this semester! Though Ithaca College is going mostly virtual, Dining Services will remain open to serve the Ithaca College community.

Please click here or see below for our hours of operation for the Fall 2020 Semester. Please note that we must remain flexible in our approach and these hours may be subject to change. We will be sure to announce any changes to our social media accounts and Intercom.

 

Masks and physical distancing are required. Please do not hesitate to contact us at dine@ithaca.edu should you need assistance.

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The IT Service Desk will be open and available as follows for the fall semester.

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 Please fill out this form if you'd like to include yourself as someone who may be interested in advising a student organization. 

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