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Theatre Arts faculty are helping students on a leave of absence stay engaged.

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The School of Music's regular "After Dinner Mint" faculty showcase series continues online!

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Jen Tennant and Caroline Levine wrote an op-ed about the need for a higher education bailout.  It was published in Inside Higher Ed today.

https://www.insidehighered.com/views/2020/11/12/federal-government-should-provide-more-support-higher-ed-during-covid-crisis

This is a reminder that the All Staff Meeting will occur on Monday, November 16, 2020, from 1:00 – 2:00 pm Eastern. A virtual meeting invitation has been sent to all staff via Outlook.

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Try "Minding the Gap" with the Advocacy Center of Tompkins County, Title IX, and the Center for IDEAS. In this award-winning documentary three young men bond across racial lines to escape volatile families in their Rust Belt hometown. Ten years later, while facing adult responsibilities, unsettling revelations force them to reckon with their parents and with each other.

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Try "Minding the Gap" with the Advocacy Center of Tompkins County, Title IX, and the Center for IDEAS. In this award-winning documentary three young men bond across racial lines to escape volatile families in their Rust Belt hometown. Ten years later, while facing adult responsibilities, unsettling revelations force them to reckon with their parents and with each other.

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Try "Minding the Gap" with the Advocacy Center of Tompkins County, Title IX, and the Center for IDEAS. In this award-winning documentary three young men bond across racial lines to escape volatile families in their Rust Belt hometown. Ten years later, while facing adult responsibilities, unsettling revelations force them to reckon with their parents and with each other.

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What works and what doesn’t--- from global pandemic to hunger. 

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Starting Friday morning, November 13th, you may notice a minor change to the Microsoft login page used for access to Office 365 and a few other applications. Once Microsoft knows that you're logging into an Ithaca College service, the Microsoft logo will be replaced with the Ithaca College logo.

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Join the Ithaca College Center for LGBT Education, Outreach, and Services; the Cornell University LGBT Resource Center; and the Ithaca Transgender Group for a digital community observance of the 2020 International Transgender Day of Remembrance on November 19 at 7 pm.

A night of peace, hope and understanding featuring song, spoken word, poetry, prayer and candle lighting. A live stream event via Facebook and Zoom, honoring and celebrating the lives of transgender people taken from us in 2020.

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Please join the Department of Writing at Ithaca College for its second Handwerker Gallery Reading of the semester on Sunday, November 15th, from 8-8:30 pm (via Zoom). The reading will feature student authors Audra Joiner and Gabrielle Tola.

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Take Educational Psychology ONLINE through Ithaca College during the 2021 WINTER SESSION 2 (JAN. 4-JAN. 15FROM HOME

Educational Psychology explores the study of human development from infancy through adolescence, including cognitive and behavioral approaches to learning in the context of school and other instructional situations. This course is required for the Education Studies Minor and the Teacher Education preparation track. NOTE: Matriculated undergraduate students receive up to three FREE credits applicable in winter session OR summer session 2021. To enroll, search course number EDUC 21010 CRN: 30053: Educational Psychology for WINTER 2021 term on Homerconnect

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Zohreh Soltani (Assistant Professor, Art History) presented her work on contested public spaces, protest and the changing meanings of monumentality at the Symposium on the History of Art organized by The Institute of Fine Arts of New York University and The Frick Collection.

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Mark your calendars! Network Nights 2021 is taking place on January 16th from 3-6 PM EST in a new, virtual format. Students and alumni will be able to interact 1 on 1 based on shared interests.  

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Mark your calendars! Network Nights 2021 is taking place on January 16th from 3-6 PM EST in a new, virtual format. Students and alumni will be able to interact 1 on 1 based on shared interests. 

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Come and learn what Jean Hardwick did during her sabbatical.

November 12

4:00 PM on Zoom.

All are welcome.

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The Women's Mentoring Network (WMN) has partnered with Public Leadership Education Network (PLEN) to invite Maggie Germano, Financial Coach for Women.    

Join us Tuesday, November 17th, from 2pm-3:15pm EST!

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The Women's Mentoring Network (WMN) has partnered with Public Leadership Education Network (PLEN) to invite Maggie Germano, Financial Coach for Women.    

Join us Tuesday, November 17th, from 2pm-3:15pm EST!

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The Division of Student Affairs and Campus Life (SACL) will be launching its Non-Academic Program Review Process on Wednesday, November 11, 2020.

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What works and what doesn’t--- from global pandemic to hunger. 

 

 

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