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The COVID-19 virus has changed our daily lives as well as changed your internship plans in one way or another. We care and can help - whether your current internship offer was rescinded, you're transitioning to a virtual internship but feeling nervous, OR you're adjusting your internship search for our new landscape. Come chat with us to discuss tools and strategies for how to navigate internship searching and processes these days.

  • Dates:  April 10,  April 17,  April 24,  May 1,  May 8
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The Women’s Mentoring Network invites you to remotely join the Spring 2020 Coffee Conversation Series, with topics selected and hosted by women across campus.

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A friendly reminder to faculty: Instructional Development Fund proposals are due in the Center for Faculty Excellence, 316 Gannett Center, April 15.

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For support with your transition to remote teaching, please join one or all of the following webinars offered via Zoom.

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Dear Ithaca College Community,

I hope that you are all staying safe and feeling well.

Since new information about the COVID-19 pandemic is being gathered all the time, I wanted to reach out as the medical director of the college’s Hammond Health Center to provide you with some important updates and answer some questions you may have.

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 Before the world turned upside down, the IC student chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA) attended the 42nd Annual AMA International Collegiate Conference.

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Join your Hillel family on Thursday, April 9th at 6:00 PM Eastern Time as we come together to celebrate the second night of Passover.

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For Spring 2020 undergraduate full semester and Block II courses, students may request a withdrawal from courses and earn a grade of “W” through Monday, May 11, 2020.

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As you are aware, beginning June 1, 2020, the College’s Paid Time Away (PTA) program was scheduled to change to allow for vacation and sick time to be accrued on a per-pay-period basis with personal leave continuing to be frontloaded.

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Wednesday April 15 at 12 noon eastern time. thaca is LGBTQ History! Take a virtual walk with LGBT Center director Luca to learn more about the people and places that made LGBTQ history right here in Ithaca. Learn more about how you can use the PocketSights app to take the whole tour virtually, wherever you are in the world.

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Friday April 10, 12 noon eastern time online. In this short video, Walter Naegle looks back on his relationship with the great American leader, Bayard Rustin, in a time when gay marriage was inconceivable. Discussion after the viewing.

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Join your Hillel family on Thursday, April 9th at 6:00 PM Eastern Time as we come together to celebrate the second night of Passover. 

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Join your Hillel family on Thursday, April 9th at 6:00 PM Eastern Time as we come together to celebrate the second night of Passover.

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As we continue working remotely and practicing social distancing measures in order to protect ourselves and each other across our community, the Creative Marketing team has prepared some tips and guidelines to help produce the highest quality video using cell phones and tablets.

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For our second week of Fine Artists at Five we are thrilled to be joined by: 

     dawn pierce - Monday, April 6

     Raul Palma - Tuesday, April 7

     Paloma Barhaugh-Bordas - Wednesday, April 8

     Dara Engler - Thursday, April 9

     Nicholas Walker - Friday, April 10

FA@5 is hosted by the Center for Faculty Excellencee 

Join us each day at this link:


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First-time remote work for individuals means adjusting to being away from colleagues while navigating logistical challenges like spotty wifi and awkward video calls with kids, cats, dogs, and significant others. Now that you’re getting the hang of things, do you find yourself working more hours? Is it sometimes hard to shut down at the end of the day because there’s always one more thing that needs to be done? Fact is, you’re not alone. Here are a few tips to help you get the job done and walk away at the end of a productive day

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A few days ago, while working remotely from home, I saw a notice online from the Ithaca Generator MakerSpace looking for help with the 3D printing of medical personal protective equipment (PPE). I forwarded this information to the faculty of my department, Physics & Astronomy, because I knew that we have several 3D printers that might be of use. Within 20 minutes, 3 faculty and 1 staff member volunteered to join this effort.

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We focus on older adults at the Gerontology Institute. They are at higher risk of severe illness from the COVID-19 virus, so we have put together a selection of web resources for teaching and learning about their needs and that of their families. Many of these resources are also generally useful during this unprecedented time.

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A panel of the National Advertising Review Board (“NARB”) has determined that Molekule Inc. properly supported claims that the PECO technology filter of its MH1 Air Purifier (“MH1”) can address bioaerosol and VOC pollution. The panel further found supported the general efficacy claim that “Molekule’s revolutionary nanotechnology destroys pollutants at the molecular level.” However, NARB recommended that Molekule discontinue or modify certain non-quantified pollution elimination claims for its MH1 device, and discontinue the challenged comparative superiority claims versus air purifiers that contain HEPA filters.

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The faculty of Ithaca College have been invited by Melinda Stephens, Provost, Geneva College (PA), to participate in a small research survey conducted by a graduate student at Geneva College.

This research has been reviewed by Geneva College and Ithaca College IRB.

Please find the student's solicitation and link to participate below:

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