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Passionate about the future of tech?  Want to share your visions with other students?

We are looking for 4 - 5 Ithaca College students to serve on a student panel about educational technology during the 'noon hour' on the event date (March 21st).  There are no requirements to becoming a panelist - just a love and interest in educational technology!

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On Thursday, March 21st at 10 am in the Klingenstein Lounge join Dr. Tom Garrison as he shares his research in uncovering the past and how the use of technological tools allow us to see what is not immediately visible to the human eye.  Dr. Garrison will also discuss how it is valuable to bring digital spatial analysis into the classroom and its value beyond the study of the past.  Dr. Garrison's work was featured in several publications and on the National Geographic documentary, "Lost Treasures of the Maya Snake King."

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On Thursday, March 21st at 1:10 pm in the Klingenstein Lounge, filmmaker, and 'Immersive Media Explorer' Becky Lane will spearhead a discussion on how Virtual Reality (VR) has been touted as a game-changer in education, and question if it is living up to the hype.  This session explores the state of virtual and augmented reality in 2019 and shows how educators can leverage emerging technologies to improve learning, enhance comprehension, and increase empathy.  Best practices, caveats, current research and how to get started will all be discussed.  

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Ithaca College is pleased to announce a new award for faculty made possible by the generous gift of Gloria Hobbs, Honorary Alumna & Trustee of Ithaca College.

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Summer Grants for Faculty Research are intended to support post-terminal degree scholarly endeavors for full-time continuing Ithaca College faculty and faculty regularly employed on at least a half-time basis. Awards provide $3,350 in compensation for eight weeks or full-time research.  Proposals are due in the Center for Faculty Excellence, 316 Gannett Center, by Friday, February 22. Guidelines and application form may be found at www.ithaca.edu/cfe/research/summer_grants.

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On Thursday, March 21 at 9 AM in the Klingenstein Lounge, Bill Weis a nationally recognized leader in the application of voice activation technology will lead a discussion on how this technology can enhance the quality of life for individuals with neuromuscular / neurological diseases, and spinal cord injuries resulting from accidents, viral infections, and military related injuries.  

You can preview the positive impact that voice activated technology can have on someone’s life through this short video highlighting an incredible story -> https://www.blog.google/outreach-initiatives/accessibility/robbie-iveys-story-how-technology-removes-barriers/

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Monday, February 11
Clark Lounge
4:00-6:00 PM

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Do you have trouble hearing on the telephone?

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 The State of the Art Gallery and The Ink Shop Printmaking Center will feature artwork opening this Friday February 1st.

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 The State of the Art Gallery and The Ink Shop Printmaking Center will feature artwork opening this Friday February 1st.

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We hope you will find the following information helpful. It is a reminder of how to get in touch with our benefit plan providers via phone or website. We encourage you to contact our partners directly whenever you have a question about a claim, want to know more about the services they provide, need a new ID card, etc. 

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The Center for Faculty Excellence is delighted to welcome Associate Professor Arhlene Flowers to its Faculty in Residence program for the 2020-2021 academic year.  Associate Professor Flowers will work collaboratively with other residents and directors to promote faculty excellence and development.  The specific focus of her work will be, "Best Practices in Experiential Learning in the Classroom: Resources, Opportunities, and Challenges."

The Office of Human Resources would like to invite all faculty and staff to celebrate the New Year and the start of the semester at the Winter Luncheon on January 16th.  

This is a wonderful opportunity for us to welcome one another back to campus prior to the beginning of the spring semester.

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 Join us to celebrate the end of the semester!

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 Join us for an end of semester celebration this Friday!

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Dr. Donathan Brown, Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Studies, and H&S Director of Faculty Diversity and Development, has been awarded a 2018 U.S. Fulbright Specialist Award. Dr. Brown will be housed within the National Institute for Higher Education in Minsk, Belarus, giving lectures and leading workshops to faculty members on topics ranging from academic publishing to teaching diverse students. Dr. Brown was selected for this award through a multi-layer, international review process.

Dr. Brown was also a 2017 U.S. Fulbright Professor to the University of Maribor, in Slovenia, where he taught courses and created curriculum in his area of expertise, race and American public policy.   

Congratulations to Dr. Brown on this prestigious award!  

The Creative Space Gallery welcomes everyone to the opening reception tonight, Friday September 14th 5-7.

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 Join us this Friday for the opening reception and Saturday for the artists talks...

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The start of each semester is a busy time for departments, and student organizations wanting to reserve classrooms for non-academic programming. There can be confusion concerning the process for reserving classrooms leading up to, and during the add/drop period each semester.

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The start of each semester is a busy time for departments, and student organizations wanting to reserve classrooms for non-academic programming. There can be confusion concerning the process for reserving classrooms leading up to, and during the add/drop period each semester.

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