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Join Hillel today, Friday April 17th at 6:00 PM Eastern Time as we welcome Shabbat together as a community. Services will be led by Tali Abraham.

Services can be accessed through the link here.

As we battle COVID-19, many are asking how we could better step up for those tumbling through the gaps. Join Omega Hollies, Assistant Director for the Center for IDEAS on Thursday, April 23rd at Noon Eastern Time as she digs into one of many Jewish answers to an unjust world - tzedakah.

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When did Hillel at I.C. begin? What was it like being Jewish on campus in the 1960s? Who were our past student leaders and professional staff? Join Austin Reid, Hillel Springboard Fellow, on Tuesday, April 21st at Noon Eastern Time for a discussion of Hillel's history.

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When did Hillel at I.C. begin? What was it like being Jewish on campus in the 1960s? Who were our past student leaders and professional staff? Join Austin Reid, Hillel Springboard Fellow, on Tuesday, April 21st at Noon Eastern Time for a discussion of Hillel's history.

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As we battle COVID-19, many are asking how we could better step up for those tumbling through the gaps. Join Omega Hollies, Assistant Director for the Center for IDEAS on Thursday, April 23rd at Noon Eastern Time as she digs into one of many Jewish answers to an unjust world - tzedakah.

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RAPID RESPONSE SALON
Friday April 17, 11 a.m. to 12
Hosted by the Ithaca College Honors Program

Topic:  COVID-19:  Business, Economics, Workers

Moderated multidisciplinary conversation, followed by open discussion

Dr. Shaianne Osterreich, Associate Professor, Economics

David  Meberg, President/CEO, Consolidated Carpet, New York City (IC Business Administration '85)

Raza Ahmed Rumi,  Director, Park Center for Independent Media

moderator: Dr. Jonathan Ablard, Associate Professor, History


Join Zoom Meeting
https://ithaca.zoom.us/j/422340014?pwd=TWp2RHJaVUtpWnBBWTZtR21aWlNvUT09

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Starting on April 10, Cinemapolis, whose executive director, Brett Bossard, is a 1995 alumnus of Ithaca College, will screen several international art film titles originally slated for  the 23rd Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival in a partnership to launch “Virtual FLEFF.”

The cinema is collaborating with independent film distributors to sell patrons “virtual tickets” for online rentals of current first-run releases that can be screened using a laptop or mobile device. The six FLEFF titles represent art cinemas from Brazil, Romania, Iceland, Georgia, Easter Island, Chile, and the US

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Please join us at 5PM for a short performance by jazz pianist John White. The link is available in a folder called Fine Artists at Five in the Forums of the Keep Teaching Sakai site.

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The IC Student Consumer Information website serves as a central access point to important public information related to many different aspects of student life such as safety, financial aid, costs, diversity, and graduation rates.  A link to the site is available at the top of every college web page through “About”, then click on “Analytics and Rankings”, and also on the Office of Analytics and Institutional Research website.

The creation of this website was in response to numerous federal reporting and public disclosure requirements for higher education institutions which were mandated in the Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA, Public Law 110-315). 

If you need further information related to these public disclosures, please contact the Ithaca College Office of Analytics and Institutional Research at IRoffice@ithaca.edu or 607-274-3164.

The recording of Tuesday’s All-Faculty-and-Staff Gathering is now available.

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See Adobe's recent announcement about an online, self-paced course for Adobe InDesign, as well as information about distance learning resources and a new Adobe Creative Educator program.

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The Reporting Center and ODS reporting databases will be down starting Friday, 4/17 from 9 pm until Saturday, 4/18 late afternoon. IT will be upgrading and applying security patches to the databases. The Friday refreshes will take place Saturday night.

Information Technology Service Desk
ithaca.edu/itchat
servicedesk@ithaca.edu
607-274-1000
104 Job Hall

In a matter of weeks, COVID-19 has changed the landscape of higher education and forced student affairs professionals all over the world to quickly respond to a growing number of challenges. With institutions closing, extending their spring breaks, or moving fully online, many student affairs pros are in transition and trying to figure out how to adjust to new norms. This webinar, recorded on April 2, is now available free to access.

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The Park School Faculty Writing Awards and The Park School Student Writing Awards recognize exceptional scholarly, journalistic, and creative writing by Park School faculty and students.

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Prof. Jolly's book, Creating Pátzcuaro, Creating Mexico: Art, Tourism, and Nation Building Under Lázaro Cárdenas (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2018), explores the artistic and cultural patronage of celebrated Mexican president Lázaro Cárdenas which transformed a small Michoacán city, Pátzcuaro, into a popular center for national tourism in the 1930s and created enduring myths for the celebration of Mexican nationalism.

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The Office of the Registrar recently implemented a chat feature on the Registrar website.  We're here to help, so please reach out!

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We hope that everyone is safe and well!  We encourage you to check out our programming and the resources we have posted on our website to help everyone stay physically active and well while social distancing, including: 

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The Department of Occupational Therapy is excited to present our 2020 Occupational Therapy Graduate Colloquium for your viewing! A huge shout out our graduate students for their excellent work and to all faculty members and staff who worked with students on their projects!

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For Wednesday to Friday of this week, our guests on Fine Artists at Five are Sandra Steingraber (Wednesday), Christine Kitano (Thursday), and John White (Friday).

Join us at 5PM for 15-20 minutes to celebrate faculty artistry. https://ithaca.zoom.us/j/489986662?pwd=QUZDL1BXeHRDUHkwVkwraW92dkEzUT09

Fine Artists at Five is hosted by the Center for Faculty Excellence.

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SUPERvision: Supervising Student Employees Remotely 

Virtual discussion on strategies for supervising students who work remotely. 

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