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Patricia Zimmermann, professor of cinema, photography and media arts, presented her research project, "Towards a Theory of Open Space Documentary: New Media Iterations in Singapore and Southeast Asia," at the Documentary Now Symposium at the University of Westminster, London, England, on January 29.

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The School of Humanities and Sciences and the Department of Writing are pleased to present National Book Critics Circle Award finalist in poetry Major Jackson as part of this semester’s Distinguished Visiting Writers Series. He will read from his work at 7:30pm on Tuesday, February 22nd in Clark Lounge, Campus Center. The reading is free and open to everyone.

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Please join the Office of the Registrar staff for a reception in Marcia's honor on Wednesday, February 16th from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the Living Room, located on the first floor of the Peggy Ryan Williams Center.  Marcia plans to move to Texas to spend more time with her family.  We will miss her.

Clean New York works to advance policy and market changes to protect people and communities from toxic chemicals. We promote change by educating and engaging New Yorkers at the grassroots level. Learn more about Clean NY during the Making a Living While Making a Difference Panel.

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Working in the nonprofit sector or a government agency can be rewarding for many reasons, regardless of your profession.  Learn about the variety of career options and types of organizations that exist!

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Have you ever wondered if there was a way to make your workspace more comfortable? Did you know that half of workers who used computers for 15 hours a week reported joint problems in the first year of working at a new job? Ergonomics is the study of the “kind of work you do, the environment you work in, and the tools you use to do your job”.

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Career Services is pleased to announce that representatives from PWC will be visiting campus on March 1, 2011 to conduct interviews for their 2011 Leadership Adventure Program.

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Come out to the Climbing wall in the fitness center this Saturday, February 19th for some FREE rock climbing from 7-9 PM!

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Assistant Director for Event Planning and Operations, Mark Warfle, joined the CC&ES team over 10 years ago. A natural born event planner, Mark always gravitated towards organizing whether it was through his work in the local fire department, church or other community activities. While still in high school he got his event start by setting up, bussing and serving at events held at the Owego Treadway Inn. Since then he has coordinated the details for nearly every type of event. His event philosophy is “failing to plan is planning to fail.” 

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Thursdays at the Handwerker presents  "Waking Up," a reading by Mary Beth O'Connor and Katie Marks, Assistant Professors in the Department of Writing, on Thursday, February 17, at 6:00 pm.  An open reading will follow.

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Galeet Dardashti, the noted Iranian-Jewish American vocalist, cantor, and anthropologist, will be presenting a masterclass on Middle Eastern Jewish music on Friday, February 25, at 12 noon, in Clark Lounge.

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Galeet Dardashti, the noted Iranian-Jewish American vocalist, cantor, and anthropologist, presents her new multimedia work “The Naming” on Sunday, February 27, 7:00 p.m., at the Emerson Suites, Egbert Hall, Ithaca College. The performance is free and open to the public.


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The IC Game Developer's Club took first place in the Microsoft-sponsored game jam held at RIT.  The team (Corey Jeffers, Computer Information Systems, '11, Ashley Alicea, Planned Studies, '12,  Evan Marinaro, Computer Science, '13 and Elliot Rodriguez, Computer Science,'14) designed and prototyped a game addressing the competition theme "Imagine a world where technology helps solve the toughest problems." 


The U.S. Department of State employs adventurous, adaptable, well-rounded strategic problem-solvers, from diverse educational, geographic and cultural backgrounds and perspectives, who want to make a contribution to our global society. Learn more about the U.S. Department of State during the Making a Living While Making a Difference Panel where you'll be able to network with the recruiter while enjoying light refreshments.

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Career Services is pleased to announce that representatives from the New England Center for Children (NECC) will visit campus to conduct an information session.

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   Come join the sisters of SAI for our final recruitment event of the semester!

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Love Coffee?

Contributed by Pooja Shah on 02/14/11 

Well, join us this Wednesday for our first event about coffee workers in Ethiopia and the influence our love of cheap coffee has on their lives.

'Black Gold' Screening
February 16th in CNS 112 at 6:30pm

"After oil, coffee is the most actively traded commodity in the world with $80 billion in retail sales. But for every $3 cup of coffee, a coffee farmer receives only 3 cents. Most of the money goes to the middlemen, especially the four giant conglomerates which control the coffee market. Tracing the path of the coffee consumed each day to the farmers who produce the beans, Black Gold asks us to 'wake up and smell the coffee', to face the unjust conditions under which our favorite drink is produced and to decide what we can do about it."

Discussion with free trade coffee to follow!

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¿Hablas español?  Are you considering going abroad to a Spanish-speaking country? Are you looking for a place to live where you can share your heritage with others? Do you enjoy meeting culturally diverse people? If you've answered "sí" to any of these questions, then the Vecinos learning community is the place for you!

Vecinos applications are currently available via HomerConnect and are due on March 7th. 

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BLACKVEIL, the fourth "Green Rider" novel by alumna Writing minor Kristen Britain, '87, will appear as #12 on THE NEW YORK TIMES Bestsellers List on Sunday, February 20. A longtime resident of Maine, Ms. Britain has several times visited her alma mater as a guest writer during the years of her writing her popular series of fantasy novels featuring a very strong female hero.

The world's oldest and largest private cancer center, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) has devoted more than a century to patient care as well as to innovative research, making significant contributions to new and better therapies for the treatment of cancer.  Learn more about the Sloan Kettering Institute at the Center during the Making a Living While Making a Difference Panel.

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