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Happy Friday from OSE! 

We want to invite you to RSVP for workshops today!

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Dear Ithaca College Students from ALL Departments,  

Did you know ALL students, regardless of major, can audition for the Department of Theatre Arts productions?? Even while our fall is virtual, we are still producing a number of exciting projects! Each semester we hold auditions for our productions -- the upcoming audition process includes plays, musicals, and even a dance concert!

For more information on how to participate in auditions, please email us at ICStageManagers@gmail.com

The deadline to register and submit materials is Saturday, September 12th at 10:00am EDT

Thanks, 

Amanda Spooner

Asst. Professor of Stage Management 

ICStageManagers@gmail.com

Interested in radio? How about music? News? Sports? Podcasting?

Check out WICB and VIC Radio's Fall 2020 VIRTUAL Recruitment Night to learn more about joining Ithaca's nationally recognized, award-winning student-run radio stations!

No radio experience is required and you can be ANY major, ANY class standing! 

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Interested in television? How about News? Sports? Writing? Production? Comedy?

Check out ICTV's Fall 2020 VIRTUAL Recruitment Night to learn more about joining the world's oldest student-run television station (established in 1958). ICTV has been recognized by The New York State Broadcasters Association, Society of Professional Journalists, Broadcast Education Association, Syracuse Press Club and College Broadcasters, Inc. 

No television production experience is required and you can be ANY major, ANY class standing! 

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The Academic Advising Center is hosting ICC Portfolio Working Sessions weekly throughout the spring semester.  Drop in on the following dates in April between 1:00-3:00 p.m. for assistance:

  • Tuesday, April 21
  • Thursday, April 23
  • Wednesday, April 29
  • Thursday, April 30

All sessions are held in the Academic Advising Center conference room--124 Rothschild Place.  Feel free to stay 10 minutes or the entire two hours.  Be sure to bring your laptop! 

The Academic Advising Center is a part of the Center for Academic Advancement, which also includes Tutoring Services and Student Accessibility Services.  All offices are located in Rothschild Place. 

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Eileen Jacobs at ejacobs@ithaca.edu or (607) 274-1001. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.  

Have you ever wondered why certain economic events took place?  The Great Depression?  The roaring twenties?  Even the dot com bubble in the 1990's?  If you are interested in these and other economic events then Boom and Bust and the American Economic Cycle class is for you!

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The Academic Advising Center is hosting ICC Portfolio Working Sessions weekly throughout the spring semester.  Drop in on the following dates in March between 1:00-3:00 p.m. for assistance:

  • Tuesday, March 17
  • Wednesday, March 18
  • Wednesday, March 25
  • Tuesday, March 31

All sessions are held in the Academic Advising Center conference room--124 Rothschild Place.  Feel free to stay 10 minutes or the entire two hours.  Be sure to bring your laptop! 

The Academic Advising Center is a part of the Center for Academic Advancement, which also includes Tutoring Services and Student Accessibility Services.  All offices are located in Rothschild Place. 

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Eileen Jacobs at ejacobs@ithaca.edu or (607) 274-1001. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.   

Tune in as presenter Scott Slocum '75 walks us through how to create your very own audiobook.

 

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 Katharyn Howd Machan's sonnet, "30 September," was selected from 451 entries as top winner of this year's Maria W. Faust International Sonnet Contest.

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UCLA Law's Critical Race Theory program is hosting a webinar on July 7th that may be of interest to many members of our community.  Information about the webinar and a link to register can be found by clicking through to the story.

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Light the way for the next generation of IC students by giving to our young alumni campaign.

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Career Services is still accepting applications for the Washington D.C Scholarship for Summer Internships until June 30.

Please email applications to careers@ithaca.edu.

Please note: applications have not changed. Please disregard original deadlines and dates.

 

 

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Posted on behalf of Candy Ross

We are so delighted, and yet so saddened, to formally announce the retirement of Student Financial Services Associate Director, Anne Woodard from Ithaca College.

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The IC Web Team will be holding remote open support hours on Fridays through the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester. Bring your questions about Drupal, Web Profile Manager (WPM), site migration, site architecture, content types, or any other web-related topic and the team will do their best to answer.

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SMGT 210 International Sport (Diversity & Identities Social Science) extra section just added for summer session II. No pre-requisites.

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SMGT 210 International Sport (Diversity & Identities Social Science) extra section just added for summer session II. No pre-requisites.

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Ithaca, New York –May 14, 2020 ~  Land rights and ownership, natural resources, missing and murdered women, border identification and precedent-setting laws of the American Indian communities of the United States were a central focus of discovery for thirteen journalism law students at Ithaca College in the Roy H Park School of Communications.

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Recently, twelve students were inducted into the Ithaca College Paulen A. Smith chapter of Sigma Xi, the honor society for science and engineering.

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Attention graduating students!

Contributed by Barbie Bargher on 05/10/20 

If you are a student who has received subsidized, unsubsidized, or Graduate PLUS loans under the Direct Loan Program you must complete exit counseling.  Once you graduate, leave school, or drop below half-time enrollment, you are required by law to complete exit counseling.

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Want to catch up on your ICC's this summer?? Take advantage of the discounted summer tuition and consider these fun and timely courses offered by the Sport Management department:

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