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We are recruiting children 3-15 years of age for a study looking at how the link between heart activity and breathing changes during activities such as rhythmic movement and listening to music, poetry, and a reading.

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Do you know a woman or female-identified student leader currently in their sophomore year at Ithaca College? Please consider submitting a recommendation form to encourage them to apply for the BOLD Women's Leadership Network!

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Hillel is hosting our annual Inch-A-Thon fundraiser to benefit Sharsheret, an organization which works to support the needs of breast cancer patients and advance medical research. Stop by this event on Monday, February 24th in the North Foyer outside Emerson Suites for a haircut. All hair donations will be sent to Hair We Share. Donate 8 inches or more of hair for a free haircut. All other professional cuts are $10.

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IES Abroad, one of IC's affiliated study abroad program partners, will be on campus this Wednesday 2/5, 6:00 pm in Friends 207 to offer a special session about funding and financial aid for study abroad.  There will be discussion about financial aid offered by IES Abroad for students going on their programs, but funding opportunities available to students going on other study abroad programs will also be addressed.

Immediately following the Access & Affordability session, Danielle will also offer an IES Abroad Program Overview (Wednesday 2/5, 7:00 pm in Friends 207), for those who wish to learn more about IES Abroad's programs.

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Contributed on behalf of Tanya Saunders, Assistant Provost

On behalf of the London Faculty Sabbatical Review Committee, I am pleased to announce the Ithaca faculty members selected for the 2020-21 academic year.

The Office of International Programs and Extended Studies launched the London Sabbatical Program in 1997 to strengthen the connection between the London Center and home campus faculty. Now in its 23rd year, the program has benefited from the acquisition of a house in Colliers Woods where sabbatical faculty may stay during the course of a semester. Faculty who participate in the sabbatical program serve as a resource to London course instructors and to the OIPES as it collaborates in initiatives to enhance the London experience for Ithaca College students.

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Are you looking for a rewarding internship experience?  Interested in spending a semester living, interning, and studying in New York City?  Information sessions are happening soon for this exciting study away opportunity. The semester-long ICNYC program is open to students from all five schools.

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From the Center for Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Social Change- IPE Workshop Session Request form is Live! 

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Graduate students in the Occupational Therapy Department would like your input about our on campus Ithaca Bakery location.

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Graduate students in the Occupational Therapy Department would like your input about our on campus Ithaca Bakery location.

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The CSCRE is moving forward with plans to develop a CSCRE major, and we want to include students in the process. Envisioning the Major: Student Input Session will be your chance to share your opinions and ideas with the CSCRE faculty.  As Roots and Routes has taught us, students have been critical to challenging and changing the university.  As the CSCRE continues to grow, we firmly believe that student voices need to be heard and to look forward to this collaboration. 

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The Mobile Food Pantry is a program provided by The Food Bank of the Southern Tier that delivers fresh produce, dairy products, and other food and grocery items directly to distribution sites where people need food. All members of the IC community are welcome to "shop", choosing items that they need. Participation in this event is open to all members of the campus community to shop, volunteer, or donate to the Food Bank of the Southern Tier.  Our event is located at the A&E Center, north loading dock.

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This week in Whalen: one of the world’s leading string quartets, and a faculty recital.

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Tune in to WSKG Classical this Saturday, February 8 to hear December's Winter Choral Concert.

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Information for users of Adobe products on a College computer.

Due to Adobe license changes in the last year you may receive a message that "Your license is expiring." You may be able to resolve this issue by signing out of the Adobe Creative Cloud application and signing back in.

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This semester Career Services is hitting the road, our popcorn machine in tow (in most cases), to visit a variety of areas of campus.  Come meet us, ask us career related questions, and learn about our opportunities and resources!

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Graduate students in the Occupational Therapy Department would like your input about our on campus Ithaca Bakery location.

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Faculty Council is soliciting nominations, including self-nominations for the four-year term as Faculty Trustee to the Ithaca College Board of Trustees.

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The Ithaca College Office of Public Safety (OPS) is asking anyone who may have been approached on campus recently by individuals claiming to be part of a religious organization, and soliciting membership into the organization, to report the interaction at (607) 274-3333. Several students have reported such unauthorized solicitations in and around campus buildings, and OPS is seeking information that might aid in their investigation.

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