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Career Services and the Clinical Exercise Science major are pleased to announce a Career Panel & Networking Event!  Join us to learn about CES career options and meet alums currently in the profession.

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 Dog Sees God  

Contributed by McKenzie McCart on 04/13/11 

Come with an open heart and an open mind, you will experience life, love, laughter, death, reincarnation, victimization, teen alcoholism, medicinal herbs, Chopin, peanuts.....and some sporking, viewer discretion is advised. Our only aim is to move you.

 

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The Partnership for Sustainability Education (PSE) coordinating team is offering four grants of $1,000 each for curriculum development initiatives in the area of sustainability.  We especially seek curricular proposals from academic areas that have been less represented in previous grants (fine arts, social sciences, humanities).  Mini-grants are intended to support curriculum development work being conducted during the summer and/or fall to infuse sustainability-related content into Ithaca College courses or educational experiences. The deadline for mini-grant funding proposals has been extended to Friday, April 15, 2011.

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Senior Rachel Perry, a saxophone performance and music education major from the studio of Professor and Acting Dean Steven Mauk, and visiting professor Tim Rosenberg, won first prize in the U.S. Army Band solo competition.

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Per President Rochon’s earlier request, we are seeking volunteers to assist with Move-In Day. 

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Come and find out about opportunities awaiting you!

Erik Zettler and Kimberly Gniadek, Sea Education Association
will discuss field programs in Marine and Enviromental Studies

Thursday, April 21
12:10 p.m.
CNS 117

Pizza and beverages will be provided.

All interested students are invited to attend.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Nancy Pierce at 274-3161.  We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

Erik Zettler

4 pm, CNS 112, Department Seminar Series

“Oceanographic insights from student research projects at SEA: The power of long-term data sets”

Refreshments served at 3:45, 1st floor CNS foyer. 
Bring your mug. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.

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This week, Spectrum is having a Mix-Tape Swap! On Wednesday April 13 at 7PM in Williams 211 we will swap CD's, mingle and eat! There will be pizza!

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Students Active for Ending Rape (SAFER) is an organization that takes a proactive stance on ending rape and rape culture through active participation and education. SAFER is looking for new leadership for in the 2011-2012 school year!

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Lis Maurer recently co-presented the webinar "Opening Our Doors: Providing competent and caring health and wellness services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people."  The webinar was sponsored by The National Wellness Institute, which provides health promotion and wellness professionals resources and services that fuel professional and personal growth.

 

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Marella Feltrin-Morris (Modern Languages and Literatures) organized and chaired a panel entitled "Italian and Anglo-American Literature: A Dialogue through Translation" and a roundtable entitled "Teaching Translation in the 21st Century"  at the Northeast Modern Language Association Convention, April 7-10, in New Brunswick, NJ. 

Join us for the second part of IC International Club's Revolution! Discussion Series.

History Professor Jason Freitag will be talking to us about the history of Libya and the events that led to its current revolution.

Come learn about and discuss the background behind everything you're seeing on the news on Thursday, April 14th at 12:15pm in Clark Lounge.

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On Thursday, April 14th, at 7 p.m., the On the Verge reading series will present a staged reading of Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes, Part 1: Millennium Approaches, by Tony Kushner. The reading will take place on the Hoerner Stage in Dillingham Center. It was directed by Claire Gleitman, a faculty member in the department of English, and its cast includes Greg Bostwick and Kathleen Mulligan, professors of Theatre, and students from the department of Theatre.

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 Come to Diversity In Action's second meeting, today at 7 in Friends 309.

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  LADIES AND GENTLEMANZ, Come one, come all, to the greatest show on planet earth! Do you like Adele?...Perhaps you fancy The Strokes?....do ya like MUSE?....well then...

Ithaca College's premier co-ed acapella group, IC Voicestream, is having their grand finale, block 4 concert this Friday, April 15 at 7:30 in the Pub. (I really think you should go). 

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 Representatives from City Year, AmeriCorps, PeaceCorps and Teach for America will be available to speak about their experiences and talk to any interested students on Thursday, April 14 as part of Ithaca College Habitat for Humanity's Act! Speak! Build! month. The event will take place from 12:00-1:00pm in the Klingenstein Lounge. There will be coffee, tea and light refreshments, so pack a lunch, listen to some great experiences, and learn from the experts!

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Career Services offers a variety of workshops to help you build your skills in key areas of  your career development.  Our next offering is on the graduate school application process.

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The IC Catholic Community invites you to participate in a Lenten Reconciliation Service this Thursday, April 14th, at 8pm in Muller Chapel.  Come participate in a simple service of prayer and song with opportunity for private Confession (Sacrament of Reconciliation).  Fr. Joe Marcoux, the pastor of St. Catherine of Siena Church, will join Fr. Carsten Martensen in the celebration of this sacrament.  Prepare for Holy Week and Easter!  Join in this opportunity to unload the burdens and baggage of selfishness and sin that weigh on each of us, and move from darkness and doubt into the light and love of Christ.  All are welcome!

 

 Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodation should contact the Ithaca College Catholic Community at (607) 274-3184, or email cmartensen@ithaca.edu, as much in advance of this event as possible

 

 Tonight is the night, people!  The Society of Professional Journalists will be hosting the Japan Benefit Concert this evening.  Come to Emerson Suites from 7-10 p.m. and get ready for an amazing night of performances.  Premium Blend, IC Hip-Hop, IC Ballroom, Voicestream and several other student performers, to name a few, will be showcasing their talents for a great cause!

Admission is $3 and there will be plenty of other opportunities to donate to the relief efforts.  This concert will be fantastic and you should stop by for an hour, or stay for the entire duration.

We look forward to seeing you.  Any questions please contact jfeller1@ithaca.edu

 

Individuals requiring special accommodations should contact Julianne Feller at jfeller1@ithaca.edu as soon as possible.

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