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 In this talk, Dr. Shang will discuss the “how” and “why” of exercise and share some specific training tips to combat sarcopenia, the muscle loss associated with aging.  

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 In this talk, Dr. Shang will discuss the “how” and “why” of exercise and share some specific training tips to combat sarcopenia, the muscle loss associated with aging.  

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Drone Workshop!

Contributed by Bryan Roberts on 06/17/18 

In the 2017-18 academic year, over 70 individuals--comprised of Ithaca College students, faculty, staff, alumni, & friends in the community--participated in our drone workshops. 

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 Enjoy a free continental breakfast while engaging with Dr. Ednita Wright to learn about effective teaching strategies related to culture and aging. 

 

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 Enjoy a free continental breakfast while engaging with Dr. Ednita Wright to learn about effective teaching strategies related to culture and aging. 

 

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 Enjoy a free continental breakfast while engaging with Dr. Ednita Wright to learn about effective teaching strategies related to culture and aging. 

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This Friday, June 15th, 2018, Noelle Bartolis will be leaving Ithaca College to pursue new opportunities at Cornell University.

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Assistant Professor of Writing, Thomas Girshin, will present early results from his study of Gulag prisoner letters at the Rhetoric Society of America Conference in Minneapolis this June.

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We invite you to join the TLT staff for an online learning opportunity where we will hear how other higher education institutions are using AR/VR to support teaching and learning. 

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Orientation is looking for a few volunteers from the Ithaca College community to attend “Dine Out" dinners for family members and guests attending orientation.

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The Office of Career Services will be closed May 18th for an all-day staff retreat. We will reopen on Monday, May 21st. 

Thank for in advance for your support of our continued efforts to enhance our work.

 

 

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 Two online Ithaca College courses in introductory accounting will be offered during summer session 1. Financial Accounting (ACCT 22500) and Management Accounting (ACCT 22600) are both required for all business majors, business minors, and many other management majors around campus.

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Due to limited staffing, Career Services drop-in hours will be reduced to Mon-Thurs 1-3 p.m.

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The Gondoliers at CSMA

Contributed by Anthony DiRenzo on 05/05/18 

Savoyards Ithaca will perform Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Gondoliers at the Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA): May 4 to 6.

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This four-credit, liberal-arts course is open to all. Introduction to Journalism will be offered online during Summer Session I from May 29 - June 29. Students will learn the two main forms of news writing and AP Style, and contribute to discussions about objectivity, media bias and current events.

Register for JOUR 11100 Intro to Journalism (CRN 10083). All are welcome, and there are no prerequisites.

Questions? Email Professor Loop in the Journalism Department at mloop@ithaca.edu

The Office of the Provost and office of Information Technology  invite all Faculty and Staff who utilize Optical Scanning (Scantron) to join us for a discussion about those services.   

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 IC Intercambios is having a fundraiser at Panera on Friday, May 4th, from 4pm - 8pm.

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This four-credit, liberal-arts course is open to all. Introduction to Journalism will be offered online during Summer Session I from May 29 - June 29. Students will learn the two main forms of news writing and AP Style, and contribute to discussions about objectivity, media bias and current events.

Register for JOUR 11100 Intro to Journalism (CRN 10083). All are welcome, and there are no prerequisites.

Questions? Email Professor Loop in the Journalism Department at mloop@ithaca.edu

If you are looking for a teaching approach that results in students coming to class having completed readings and ready to engage in problem solving, critical thinking and deeper discussions while significantly reducing the amount of time you spend lecturing - Team Based Learning is for you!

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After 37 years of employment at Ithaca College, John Henderson is retiring to devote his time to agricultural endeavors (sundry crops and poultry) and spending more time with his grandchildren.

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