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 Submitted on behalf of the Roy H. Park Dean Search Committee Co-Chairs, Andrew Utterson and Jack Bryant:

 

The second candidate for the Park School of Communication Dean Search will be available via Zoom for a Campus Community Open Session on Thursday, March 19 from Noon – 2:00 PM.

 

The campus community is invited to go to the following link to view materials for the candidate and access the Campus Zoom link.  (The Zoom link should not be shared outside of the campus community.)

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No matter where you are in the world join us this Friday, March 20th at 6:00 PM as we welcome in Shabbat together as a community. Services will be led by Tali Abraham '20.


To access Friday's virtual services please see the link here

We are all in different places. Let's be together.

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What a week!

We know that this is an unprecedented and confusing time, and you may have a lot of questions about what will be taking place during the next few weeks. Like the rest of campus, Career Services is thoughtfully and carefully restructuring our services to best meet the needs of our students. We will still be offering all of our expert services, we are just shifting to a virtual and digital model of facilitation for the foreseeable future

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Dear campus community, 

As we face unprecedented times, the College has suspended College Related Business Travel until further notice.  Below are some guidelines to guide you as we manage the next few months. Thank you in advance for your support. 

Bill Guerrero

Vice President for Finance & Administration

 

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Ithaca College has announced it is targeting August 1 and 2 for commencement weekend on campus, with the ceremony to be held on Sunday, August 2 to celebrate the Class of 2020.

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Dear Students,

I hope you all saw President Collado’s message earlier today about the college moving to remote instruction for the remainder of this semester. I am reaching out to you now with important information and next steps as we make this transition. 

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Dear Ithaca College Community,

I know that some people have expressed concerns and are asking questions regarding the positive coronavirus cases that have been identified within the Ithaca College community. As the medical director of the college’s Hammond Health Center, I wanted to reach out to help give you a greater understanding about the medical and public health practices surrounding COVID-19 case tracking and reporting.

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No matter where you are in life - just getting started or planning for retirement - a session with Joseph Silino can help you create a plan for your goals. And, it’s at no additional cost as a part of your retirement plan. You’ll get answers to these questions and more:

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Dear Campus Community,

As the public health crisis around the coronavirus, COVID-19, continues to have an increasing impact on our college and all of our communities, we have made the decision to extend remote instruction for faculty and students and remote work for our employees through the end of this semester.

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This event has been CANCELLED.  Please watch for more information at a later date.

Friday, March 20th, 2020 - James J. Whalen Center for Music, Ithaca College

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This open discussion has been CANCELLED.

The Academic Resources Action Group (Ithaca Forever Strategic Planning) and the Center for Faculty Excellence invite faculty to attend a one-hour Open Discussion session with Tony DeFranco, Director of User Support Services, SUNY OER Services, on Friday, March 20, 2020.

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Submitted on behalf of the Roy H. Park Dean Search Committee Co-Chairs, Andrew Utterson and Jack Bryant:

The first candidate for the Park School of Communication Dean Search will be available via Zoom for a Campus Community Open Session on Wednesday, March 18 from Noon – 2:00 PM.

The campus community is invited to go to the following link to view materials for the candidate and access the Campus Zoom link.  (The Zoom link should not be shared outside of the campus community.)

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Dear Campus Community,

I am writing to you once more with great sadness to inform you that another member of our campus community has tested positive for the coronavirus, COVID-19. The Tompkins County Health Department let us know this news today, and shared that this person has been at home in isolation since samples were collected for testing on March 11. Public health nurses are currently conducting a contact investigation to determine if there were any additional exposures.

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Out of care for the IC community, the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life has decided to close Muller Chapel effective immediately. No access will be provided to the Gathering Hall, the Phillips Room, the Meditation Room, or the Interfaith Meeting Room. Updates will be shared at a later time.

Remember to breathe and stay connected. We will continue to provide updates on opportunities to gather virtually. Finally, recent campus guest Rabbi Emily Cohen wrote a great piece called, "A Rabbi's Cure for Coronavirus Anxiety." Rabbi Emily offers seven tips for this moment in the world. We hope they will guide you through the days ahead:

1. Keep something normal
2. (Re)connect
3. Gather virtually
4. Put down your screens
5. Remember everything else awesome and awful going on
6. Think about the story you'll tell
7. Breathe

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Dear Staff, Faculty and Student Employees: 

I am writing today to provide information and resources — see COVID-19 HR Employee Resources — as we work together to meet the challenges of the current COVID-19 crisis. For now, we are focusing on plans to meet the needs of the campus community over the next few weeks. As the situation evolves, we will provide additional guidance as it becomes available and will be updating the website on a regular basis.

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To aid students with the Course Withdrawal process, the Office of the Registrar has created a digital version of the Course Withdrawal form for use in the Spring 2020 semester.

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 As the situation surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact continues to evolve, Ithaca College Dining Services and The Pantry are joining forces to ensure continued food stability for our campus community.

Students, faculty and staff can continue to access The Pantry (the on-campus food pantry) during open hours on Thursdays from 1pm – 3pm during the period of remote instruction.  Those unable to access the pantry during those times, can request access from any IC Dining staff member during their regular business hours as noted below and the IC Dining staff member will enable them to get access to The Pantry to get what they need.

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All Ithaca College indoor athletic facilities on campus will be closed for recreational use until further notice. No access will be granted to Ben Light Gymnasium in Hill Center, the fitness center and the Athletics and Events Center.

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 Ithaca Shakespeare Company is holding auditions March 28th and 29th for its summer 2020 productions.

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Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT) and the Center for Faculty Excellence will host workshops, panels, and conversations during the week of March 16-20 to assist faculty preparing to teach remotely.

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