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Housing Focus Groups!

Contributed by Eileen Harrington on 02/20/20 

The purpose is to collect feedback and experiences from your perspective as students around our housing and selection process.

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On Friday, February 21, twenty-four students from across majors in HSHP will be working in 8 interprofessional teams on a case study about the Hammond Health Center. IC Alumni and Community Partners will judge the competition selecting 3 teams to move on to the finals. The Hammond Health Center Medical Director and Operations Manager will judge the final round.

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The Ithaca College Red Cross Club is sponsoring an American Red Cross Blood Drive next week! Come by for cake, a t-shirt, and (most importantly) to donate blood in this time of emergency need! 

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The first Pop-Up Pub of the semester will will happen in the Klingenstein Lounge in the Campus Center on Thursday, February 20.

Bring your friends and colleagues and make new connections from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

An array of specialty beverages, local wines and beers will be available for purchase, as well as soda and infused waters.

Guests over the age of 21 will be required to provide ID to purchase alcoholic beverages. Cash and credit cards will be accepted.

Can’t make it to this one? Keep your eyes open for more monthly Pop-Up Pubs coming during the Spring Semester.

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Julian Montague is a graphic designer and visual artists, living in Buffalo. He has had works exhibited nationally while also designing for corporate and pro bono clients. Come hear Julian discuss his work, this Wed, February 19th, at the Ceracche Center, Room 126, at 9:30 am. Open to all!

The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival Fellows program brings doctoral students of color from all disciplines to Ithaca College during the festival (March 26-29) to participate in screenings, lectures, and workshops. Faculty are encouraged to share this information widely..

The fellowship covers transportation, shared accommodations, meals in Ithaca and a festival pass. More information and application material is available at https://www.ithaca.edu/fleff/fellows/

Thank you.  Warren Schlesinger, FLEFF Fellowship Coordinator (warren@ithaca.edu)

 

 Wednesday, February 12, 2020

5:30 - 6:30 p.m.

Roy H Park School of Communications, Room 223

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Facilitated by The Traditional Center for Indigenous Knowledge & Healing, Park has become a drop-off location for donations to assist in earthquake relief efforts for Puerto Rico.

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 Have you ever wondered what people do with mathematics in the "real world"? Do you know what origami has to do with interstellar space travel? Join us for IC Women in Math Day!

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The IC Department of Theatre Arts announces auditions for the role of Theo (gender: identifies male, age 8-12 years) in an inclusively cast production of Pippin. The auditions will be held: Friday, January 31st from 4-7pm in Dillingham Center, Studio 1.

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BASICS is a free, nonjudgmental and confidential resource through the Center for Health Promotion. The program is open to all students at Ithaca College.

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 Faculty Council is soliciting nominations, including self-nominations for the four-year term as Faculty Trustee to the Ithaca College Board of Trustees.

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 Don't miss the Welcome to 2020: Senior Class Celebration! 

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Don't miss the Welcome to 2020: Senior Class Celebration

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

Come to Ithaca College Television's Recruitment Night on Tuesday, January 28th at 7:00 PM in Emerson Suites to learn more about this semester's weekly programming lineup and how you can get involved!

ICTV is Ithaca College's student-operated television production organization serving 26,000 Tompkins County cable households with a variety of community oriented programming. The station's programming airs locally on Spectrum Channel 16 and also streams at ICTV.org.

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Calling all music lovers, journalists, sports reporters, producers, photographers and everyone else too!

The Spring 2020 WICB & VIC Radio Recruitment Night is set for Thursday, January 23rd at 7:00 PM in Park Auditorium, located in the Roy H. Park School of Communications.

Check out and join Ithaca College's nationally recognized, award-winning radio stations. WICB and VIC Radio serve the Ithaca community and feature weekly music, news and sports programming.

IC Radio is open to students of all majors and class years! No prior radio experience in required. There are spots available in all departments. Get involved in on-air DJ'ing, sports, news, production, promotions, public relations and many other areas of radio.

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Intramurals Dodgeball League!

Contributed by Lauren Hoffman on 01/17/20 

 Sign up in FusionIM for intramural dodgeball by going to the website recreation.ithaca.edu and clicking on intramurals! Sign ups end Janurary 27th at noon. Games are played Tuesday nights in the Fitness Center 

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We're looking for babies from 12 t0 24 months of age to help us understand how they progress in learning to use a joystick to control their movement on a mobile robot. 

 

 

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Savoyards Ithaca, a local musical theater company, seeks an experienced producer.

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 Need an online Diversity class this Winter Session?

Consider INTERNATIONAL SPORT!!

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