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Dr. Laura Carapella, Associate Professor in the Department of Health Promotion and Physical Education publishes children's book. 

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As we work to revise the College’s Technology Renewal Program, we are pleased to inform you that you can now view all the technology devices allocated under your name. IT will be managing all computer devices through the IT Service Portal application (TeamDynamix) and sending all communication to the campus community through an IT Service Desk Ticket. If you receive any communication from IT through the IT Service Desk Tickets, we are asking you to please respond at your earliest convenience.  

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Dr. Janet Galván, School of Music, was the guest in Choralosophy, a podcast devoted to choral musuc. Her conversation was about diversifying choral repertoire.  The podcast can be found here: 

https://choralosophy.com/2020/11/28/episode-51-diversifying-repertoire-is-a-personal-journey-with-dr-janet-galvan/

 

Dear IC Community:

In a time that has challenged us deeply, pulling at our optimism and separating us from each other, I am so proud to announce that the Ithaca College School of Music community has come together to pay tribute to all who have been impacted by the COVID pandemic: to those who have lost their lives and to their loved ones, as well as to the health care professionals and other essential, frontline workers who continue to take personal risks to serve others in their communities.

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Dear IC Community:

In a time that has challenged us deeply, pulling at our optimism and separating us from each other, I am so proud to announce that the Ithaca College School of Music community has come together to pay tribute to all who have been impacted by the COVID pandemic: to those who have lost their lives and to their loved ones, as well as to the health care professionals and other essential, frontline workers who continue to take personal risks to serve others in their communities. 

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Student parking permits for the spring 2021 semester will be available to be ordered online only beginning Monday, January 4, 2021.

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Ithaca College occupational therapy graduate students are studying if and how physicians (MD, DO) and physical therapists who work with older adults (65 or older) prescribe canes to their patients who need them. In the following anonymous survey, you will be given questions pertaining to how you prescribe canes to your patients who need them. You will be asked to answer the questions to the best of your ability. You can skip questions or stop taking the survey at any time without penalty.

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Ithaca College occupational therapy graduate students are studying if and how physicians (MD, DO) and physical therapists who work with older adults (65 or older) prescribe canes to their patients who need them. In the following anonymous survey, you will be given questions pertaining to how you prescribe canes to your patients who need them. You will be asked to answer the questions to the best of your ability. You can skip questions or stop taking the survey at any time without penalty.

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Creating Accessible Media
Tuesday, December 15, 12-1PM
Zoom link: https://ithaca.zoom.us/j/99524346551?pwd=QlViWmd1NnBDYjVMWWpCR3dLZ1YyQT09

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We're still looking for volunteers to help support the Spring Move-In! We have updated information about volunteer expectations and shifts. As of 12/13/2020 we only have 81 volunteers registered, but we anticipate needing at least 200, if not closer to 300 depending on how many shifts each volunteer can take! Please reach out to Sam Elebiary at selebiary@ithaca.edu if you have any questions about volunteering. 

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We're still looking for volunteers to help support the Spring Move-In! We have updated information about volunteer expectations and shifts. As of 12/13/2020 we only have 81 volunteers registered, but we anticipate needing at least 200, if not closer to 300 depending on how many shifts each volunteer can take! Please reach out to Sam Elebiary at selebiary@ithaca.edu if you have any questions about volunteering. 

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We're still looking for volunteers to help support the Spring Move-In! We have updated information about volunteer expectations and shifts. As of 12/13/2020 we only have 81 volunteers registered, but we anticipate needing at least 200, if not closer to 300 depending on how many shifts each volunteer can take! Please reach out to Sam Elebiary at selebiary@ithaca.edu if you have any questions about volunteering. 

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Fall 2020 Grading

Contributed by Vikki Levine on 12/13/20 

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 Fall 2020 Grading Time Line:    

Final Grading Opens: Tuesday, December 15, 9:00am

Incomplete Grading Option Opens: Tuesday, December 15, 9:00am

Grade Changes Opens: Tuesday, December 15, 9:00am

Students Can Begin Viewing Grades: Tuesday, December 15, 9:00am via DegreeWorks

System Outage: Monday, December 28, 7:00am – noon, All IC systems will be unavailable

All Grades Due: Wednesday, December 30, Final Grades Due (online) by 12:00 noon          

System Closes for All Grade Processes: Wednesday, December 30 at noon (including Grade changes and Incompletes)

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 Marella Feltrin-Morris (Modern Languages and Literatures) has published the first English translation of “La toccatina” ("Tap Tap") a 1906 short story by the Italian writer Luigi Pirandello (1867-1936), in Exchanges: Journal of Literary Translation.

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Have you ever wished you had the time, space, and support to sharpen your class assignments or to shift and align your learning objectives and assessments? Have you wondered how technology could help you better create community? Have you considered that your class discussions could be enriched? Have you wanted to learn how inclusive teaching strategies can frame your overall course design? If you are interested in redesigning parts of an existing course or module, or wish to create a new course or module, this opportunity can support you in your work. The Center for Faculty Excellence invites you to join this cross-disciplinary faculty learning community (usually 10-15 members) to engage in an active, collaborative, year-long program with the specific focus on enhancing inclusive teaching and learning through course design and reflection. For more information see the Early Career Excellence Institute program description and application.

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The Offices of Dining Services and Religious and Spiritual Life are pleased to announce that Ithaca College has partnered with STAR-K  Kosher Certification to provide kosher certification beginning in January, 2021. STAR-K is a widely recognized leader in kosher certification and provides service to many college and university campuses.

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The LGBT Center and Cinemapolis present a talkback on Born To Be, a new film about how one doctor’s work impacts the lives of his patients as well as how his journey from renowned plastic surgeon to pioneering gender-affirming surgeon has led to his own transformation. Born To Be follows the work of Dr. Jess Ting at the groundbreaking Mount Sinai Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery in New York City—where, for the first time ever, all transgender and gender non-conforming people have access to comprehensive quality transition-related health and surgical care.  

The talkback takes place December 16 at 6 pm eastern time. Register for the talkback.

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Ithaca College occupational therapy graduate students are studying if and how physicians (MD, DO) and physical therapists who work with older adults (65 or older) prescribe canes to their patients who need them. In the following anonymous survey, you will be given questions pertaining to how you prescribe canes to your patients who need them. You will be asked to answer the questions to the best of your ability. You can skip questions or stop taking the survey at any time without penalty.

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The Public Health Task Force and the College Move-in Committee have been hard at work to ensure that we prioritize the health and safety of our entire community as we plan to welcome students back to Ithaca for the spring 2021 semester. In the past, we organize in the fall to greet students and their families, and help students move into the residence halls, but the bulk of students will be moving in this spring. There are unique situations requiring increased support to ensure safety and efficiency during this process.

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The Public Health Task Force and the College Move-in Committee have been hard at work to ensure that we prioritize the health and safety of our entire community as we plan to welcome students back to Ithaca for the spring 2021 semester. In the past, we organize in the fall to greet students and their families, and help students move into the residence halls, but the bulk of students will be moving in this spring. There are unique situations requiring increased support to ensure safety and efficiency during this process.

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