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On Sunday, July 28 between 6:00 AM and Noon there will be an outage of the campus telephone and voicemail systems to perform equipment maintenance. While the phone system is unavailable: 

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New Student and Transition Programs will be hosting a Transfer Mingle during Orientation this Fall to give incoming transfer students an opportunity to meet IC staff, faculty, and fellow peers. The mingle will take place on Monday, August 26th from 4-6pm in Emerson C, and ice cream will be provided! 

If you are interested in attending this event please let the NSTP team know at by Wednesday, July 31st. 

Please join us for an informal presentation outlining the many changes happening in Dining Services this summer.

There will be a short presentation followed by a question and answer period.

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Mail Service staff will be attending training during the morning of July 26.

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Patricia Zimmermann, Professor of Screen Studies and Codirector of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF), has been named to the five-person international editorial and programming team to edit The British Film Institute Documentary Media Book and to develop a companion curatorial project for Bloomsbury Press, an international commercial and academic press with offices in London, Oxford, New York, New Delhi and Sydney.

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 Associate Professor Dr. Edd Schneider and Julia Salvatore ('22) presented their research about depictions of traumatic brain injury in comic books at this years Comic-Con International, informally known as the San Diego Comic Con. 

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Between July 25-27, bring your (inner) kids to the world premiere of Associate Professor Saviana Stanescu's (Associate Professor, Theatre Arts) play for young audiences UNICORN GIRL, commissioned by The Hangar Theatre for their KIDDSTUFF season.

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Beginning Monday, July 29th, the Campus Center Outdoor Terrace will be closed for approximately three weeks for repair work and leveling.  

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Please go to:  to view the final draft of the 2019 Fall Orientation Schedule.  

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The Office of Career Services wishes a fond farewell and best wishes to Kerry Spitze, Assistant Director for Industry and Community Engagement. Kerry's last day at Ithaca College will be this Friday, July 26th.

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Department of Writing Professor Katharyn Howd Machan’s poem “The North of Skyros” received Laureate’s Choice Award.

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It is with mixed emotion that I share news of the departure of Jessica LeMore, Administrative Assistant in the Academic Advising Center.  Jessica will be starting a new position at Binghamton University, which will also allow her to have summers off – and spend more time with her wonderful family.

Jessica has been at Ithaca College for almost seven years.  She became the Administrative Assistant in the AAC when our doors opened in July, 2013.  She is responsible for creating a warm, welcoming environment for all who enter the AAC, and is highly respected by her colleagues. We are delighted for Jessica, but so sad to see her go. 

Please join us on Thursday, July 25th, anytime between 11 a.m. and 1p.m. in Rothschild Place, Room 124 for a chance to wish her good luck in her new position!  Light refreshments will be served.

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IC faculty, alums, and students are part of the cast and creative/production teams of Katrina, a new musical, premiering at the Kitchen Theatre in August: featured are Cynthia Henderson (Associate Professor, Department of Theatre Arts) as Violet; Jaime Warburton (Assistant Professor, Department of Writing) as Marie and dramaturg; David Frumkin (MusB Music Education ‘87) as composer/co-lyricist and violinist; Ben Stevens (BA Theatre Studies ‘15) as music director; Joshua Dykes (MM Vocal Performance ‘18) as ensemble member; Anna Marcus-Hecht (BM Composition ‘19) as orchestrator and saxophonist; Elias Husiak (BFA Musical Theatre ‘19) as assistant director and assistant music director; and Kimmi Neu (BFA Musical Theatre ‘20) as ensemble member and dance captain. 

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The Office of Student Engagement is looking for a staff or faculty member to travel with volunteers to Buffalo this fall! Advisers are an important part of our Alternative Breaks program, as they provide guidance and oversight on each of our trips.

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The on-campus Food Pantry will be open this week on Tuesday July 23rd 5-6pm and Friday July 26th 2-3:15pm. It will also be open next week Tuesday July 30th 5-6pm and Friday August 2nd 2-3:15pm 

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 Discover how Microsoft Teams and other Microsoft technologies can be used to extend learning opportunities to all.  Participants in this experience will be given the opportunity to share, create, design and deploy appropriate Microsoft learning technologies.

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Anthony Adornato, associate professor of journalism, presented a paper titled “Newsroom Ownership of Employee Social Media Accounts: Implications for Journalists,” at the World Journalism Education Congress in Paris. 


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Online exhibition features multimedia artists from around the world.

To conclude its 2019 festival, the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival presents “Networked Disruptions,” an online exhibition of digital media exploring the power of networks, such as global trade and the internet, and the positive and negative effects of their disruption. The exhibition can be accessed on the FLEFF website.

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The Ithaca College Department of Athletics will host its 50th Hall of Fame Ceremony on Friday, October 11, 2019 as part of Alumni Weekend and current Hall of Famers now have the opportunity to purchase commemorative rings and/or pendants for the special event.

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Due to the weather forecast and the heat advisory, the campus community weekly softball game will be moved indoors to the Glazer Arena in the A&E Center.

Everyone is welcome and the game(s) will start at approximately 3:15 pm. 

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