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  On Thursday, October 25, at 7:30 pm in Textor 101, on the Ithaca College campus, author Dr. Ted Merwin will present a lively and entertaining talk on the rise, fall, and rise again of the Jewish deli and its role in American Jewish life, “Pastrami on Rye: An Overstuffed History of the Jewish Deli.” 

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Walter Byongsok Chon, Assistant Professor of Dramaturgy and Theatre Studies, publishes his English translation of Sam-Shik Pai’s Korean play INCHING TOWARDS YEOLHA in the October issue of the journal Asymptote.

 

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On Tuesday October 23rd U-Lot and the northern part of S-Lot ext. will be serving as reserved parking for the Women’s Fund Luncheon.

 

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Because of the growing programmatic needs of our three Health Science and Human Performance clinics (Ewing, OT/PT and Wellness), the following changes (see attached map) will be made to the southeast section of F-Lot.

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The Dining Services Satisfaction Survey is LIVE!

Want to voice your opinion? CLICK HERE to let us know how we're doing by answering a few questions.  Don't forget to enter your information at the end of the survey for your chance to be one of 17 winners for up to $100 in Bonus Bucks or ID Express. You do not have to be on a meal plan to Surveys are open to Students, Faculty, and Staff.

 

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All are welcome to attend.

October 25  
4:00 pm
CNS 112

"Allosteric Regulation of the AP2 Clathrin Adaptor Complex"

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 Over Winter Break the Ithaca College Catholic Community will be heading to Nazareth Farm, a Catholic community in rural West Virginia that provides home repair for low income homeowners in Doddridge and the surrounding counties. We will spend the week living out and exploring their four Gospel Cornerstones of Prayer, Community, Simplicity and Service. 

Retreatants can expect to serve local homeowners through home repair and the ministry of presence. They will also practice hospitality to their fellow retreatants by staying back one day as the home crew cooking, cleaning and creating a welcoming environment all.

This is an amazing week to learn about Catholic Social Teaching, environmental justice, and the richness of Appalachia.

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Kyle Knowles (´14) of X-Gen Pharmaceuticals will discuss his path as a chemist in our local pharmaceutical industries.

 

Tuesday, October 23rd 12:10 pm in CNS 333
Pizza and Beverages Provided

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Legendary short story writer Amy Hempel will give a reading, Q&A, and book-signing in Clark Lounge on Monday Oct 22 at 6 PM as part of the Distinguished Visiting Writers Series.

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We want to remind you about our partnership with Plum Benefits. Register now, and you’ll have access to exclusive savings and special discounts to theme parks and attractions including the Walt Disney World® Resort, Universal Studios®, Las Vegas and New York City shows and performances, Disneyland®, SeaWorld®, Six Flags, and Cirque du Soleil! Also, check with PlumBenefits.com for savings on car rental, hotels, tours and attractions across the US. If you’re staying local, save on movie tickets, sporting events, and other special events.

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Update to the Campus Community

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After our return from a needed Fall Break, Provost La Jerne Terry Cornish invites us all to gather for an evening of refreshment for our mind and bodies. Please join us as our speakers lead us in an exploration of knowledge and praxis in literature, computer science, and health practices.

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In our research we are looking at the ratio of heart beats to breaths per unit time across ages from 4 years of age to young adults to test its relationship to cognitive development.  

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National Retirement Security Week is October 21 - 27! That means it's time to make sure you are thinking ahead to your future.

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Submitted on behalf of Yuko Mulugetta

 IC Data Day celebrates and promotes a culture of data-informed decision making for student success at Ithaca College. Data Day is a way to learn, share ideas, and get the conversation started. 2018 IC Data Day will take place on Thursday, October 25th in Clark and Klingenstein Lounges.

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Market-proof your retirement

Contributed by Katie Sack on 10/19/18 

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You’ve likely heard repeatedly throughout your career how important it is to save for retirement. However, as the day approaches, there are additional questions you’ll have to ask yourself. Am I overexposed to market losses? Will I outlive my money? Am I confident that I can retire on my terms?

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 Senior Athletic Training Major, Anthony Cosby (Reisterstown, MD) was recently notified that he is a recipient of an Ethnic Diversity Grant from the National Athletic Trainers' Association which will allow him to attend and participate in a national student leadership program being held in conjunction with the 2019 Athletic Trainers' Educators' Conference, in Dallas, TX in February.

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In recognition of LGBT History month, all faculty, students and staff are invited to connect on Tuesday, October 23rd in Clark Lounge from 12:10 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. The discussion, focused on nurturing an inclusive environment, will be led by members of the IC community who will share their stories of connection and belonging as a member of the LGBTQ community in a higher education environment. Attendees will also be invited to share and discuss their own experiences, wisdoms and uncertainties. The goal of this discussion is to share and gain insights on how to weave inclusivity into our daily interactions.

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Dear Member of the IC Community,

As co-chairs of the School of Humanities and Sciences Dean Search Committee, we are pleased to share with the community that the search for the school’s next dean is officially under way.

We are grateful for the extensive feedback that so many H&S colleagues have provided, which has informed the leadership profile for this position. As you will see in the profile, we seek a highly transparent and collaborative leader who will be a tireless champion for faculty, student and staff success. The school will look to its next dean to inspire and develop a shared vision and cohesive identity for H&S; to model and enhance a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion; and to steward and secure strong philanthropic support on its behalf.

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 Due to the high demand for seats in Acting I, freshmen and sophomores can rarely enroll in the class. The Department of Theatre Arts is offering one section exclusively for freshmen and sophomores, available by audition.

 

 

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