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Many student organizations are in search of a new faculty/staff advisor.

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The Hartford provides expert support to help benefit-eligible employees or their loved ones cope with the emotional, financial, and legal issues that arise after a loss. This also includes 24/7-unlimited phone contact with professionals, as well as five face-to-face sessions that help with topics such as grief and loss, job pressures, stress, anxiety, depression, and relationship/marital conflicts. Beneficiary Assist is included with our Life and Accident coverages. Learn More About Beneficiary Assist

Apple Recalls Laptop Computers

Contributed by Tim Ryan on 07/02/19 

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Apple Recalls 15-Inch MacBook Pro Laptop Computers Due to Fire Hazard

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There are still spots open for our 2019 FIRST-Look Pre-Orientation Program.

Interested in participating?
The priority deadline for application submissions is Monday, July 12th
Students will be notified of their status via email on, Friday July 26th.  

Click here the application and more details!

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Katarzyna Pasternak, a PhD student in Psychology from John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin in Poland, is visiting Ithaca College to conduct research for part of her dissertation.  Her research examines cross cultural aspects of the relationship between imagination and meaning in life.

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The Astrophysical Journal has published a recent study of planet formation led by Luke Keller, Dana Professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, in collaboration with an international team of astronomers including seven IC alumni. 

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Professor Matt Thomas received this NSF grant in collaboration with researchers at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and at the The Ohio State University to empower faculty to run online learning experiences.

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 If you are a member of the class of 2023 or an incoming transfer student, you are invited to sign up for the Catholic Community New Student Retreat! 

This retreat takes place on Sat. Sept. 7 to introduce new students to the Catholic Community and provides an opportunity to get off campus to make new friends and have fun! 

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NexGen EAP is your confidential EAP and Work/Life benefit provided by your employer at no cost to you. You and your eligible family members can trust the NexGen EAP services to address your total wellbeing, from assistance with everyday work and family issues to more challenging personal concerns.

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The on-campus Food Pantry will be open this week on Tuesday July 2nd 5-6pm and Friday July 5th 2-3:15. It will also be open next week Tuesday July 8th 5-6pm and Tuesday July 12th 2-3:15pm 

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Historian Pearl Ponce presented a paper at a symposium in London.

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 The Division of College Communications has been working for the past year to select, develop, and implement a new digital asset management (DAM) solution for the college, called Widen. Widen hosts a vast collection of brand assets for use in IC’s marketing and communications, including photos, videos, templates, and logos. The IC community can now access these digital assets through our Widen Media Portals. 

Simply log-in at with your Netpass user ID and password.

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Registration is now open for Hillel's early move in program, giving students the opportunity to settle in two days early, make friends in a smaller group setting, and get situated before the crowds arrive. 

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Environmental Social Scientist, Pranietha Mudliar, presented at a conference at Indiana University, Bloomington, June 19th-21st.    Her paper, “ Locating Power within Ostrom's Design Principles: Watershed Management in India and the United States" was a part of the Workshop on the Ostrom Workshop (WOW6). Dr. Mudliar's paper examined power dynamics within watershed groups in Karnataka, India and West Virginia, United States.  


The incoming class of 2023 and transfer students are invited to participate in the Catholic Community New Student Retreat! This year, the retreat will take place on Saturday, Sept. 7 from 9:30 AM-5 PM. 

Sign-ups for this retreat are available now! 

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Fall 2019 Technology Renewal questionnaire notifications will be sent to all guardians and area coordinators on Tuesday, July 2nd. All questionnaires should be completed by 5pm on Thursday, July 18th.

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Please join in celebrating the accomplishments of the August Orientation Planning Committee (AOPC) and campus-wide efforts to launch a brand-new, exciting Fall Orientation program for our incoming first-year and transfer students. 

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The following buildings will experience one or more short periods of interruption to network services between 6-7 AM on Thursday, July 11th due to network maintenance:

  • Fitness Center
  • Hammond Health Center
  • Rothschild Place
  • Bogart Hall
  • Clarke Hall
  • Eastman Hall
  • Emerson Hall
  • Garden Apartments 25
  • Garden Apartments 29
  • Landon Hall
  • Lyon Hall

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Department of Exercise Science & Athletic Training Assistant Professor, Jennifer M. McKeon, PhD, ATC, CSCS recently published a fresh and important update on the ankle complex in the Journal of Athletic Training. Dr. McKeon published this piece as part of a special issue of the premier journal in athletic training, and can be read here!

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The International Trumpet Guild website has posted three interviews of prominent trumpeters collected by recently retired Professor of Music Kim Dunnick.

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