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Join students from three classes (Food and Society, History of Environmental Thought, and the Archaeology of Food) on December 1, 6-7:30 p.m. in Klingenstein Lounge, for an interactive educational display of their interdisciplinary research on foods. The Real Foods Event is the culmination of a collaborative project done with support from the IC2 program to create a dialog from prehistoric, historic, and contemporary approaches to the study of food and food systems.

*Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Paula Turkon at We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

Naeem Inayatullah, Associate Professor of Politics, has just published an edited volume, Autobiographical International Relations: I, IR (Routledge).

It includes essays by two IC alums: Sara-Maria Sorentino (2008) and Nethra Samarawickrema (2008).

This pathbreaking volume provides a novel approach to international relations. In the course of fifteen essays, scholars write about how life events brought them to their subject matter. They place their narratives in the larger context of world politics, culture, and history.

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The Office of Residential Life would like to announce that the Fall Wait list has expired.   If you have submitted a wait list, and have not received an offer by November 30, 2010, that application has become void. 

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Did you know that December is National Mental Health Awarness Month?

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Please join the IC International Club in welcoming Kiran Nagarkar, a Fulbright Visiting Scholar, for a reading of excerpts from his important texts on Tuesday, November 30th at 5:30pm in Klingenstein Lounge. 

Kiran Nagarkar is an important novelist, playwright, critic, and screenwriter. Writing in both Marathi and English, he is widely considered to be one of the most significant writers in postcolonial India. His novels include Six Sevens are Forty Three, Ravan and Eddie, Cuckold, and God’s Little Soldier. In addition, he has published highly regarded plays, screenplays, and works of criticism, a number of which have been the focus of heated political controversies. Mr. Nagarkar has been awarded the subcontinent’s most prestigious literary prizes.

He will be reading several short excerpts from his novels, and let us assure you, he is fantastic to listen to! There will also be snacks served.

The Sustainability Café on Monday, December 6th will feature Wendy Cobrda, CEO of Earthsense, speaking about “A Darker Shade of Green.”  The Café will be held in the Center for Natural Sciences Room 112 from 4:00-5:00PM. This event is free and open to the public.

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Before you head to Staples or the bookstore for new office supplies, check out OSCAR, a FREE resource for faculty, staff, and students.

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Need a new binder? How about a desk lamp, whiteboard, or clothes hangers for your room? Check out the Resource and Environmental Management Program’s newly opened Take It Or Leave It (TIOLI) Room, located in the basement of Clarke Hall!

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Contributed by Danielle Giserman on 11/30/10 

Senior Class Service Saturday & Senior Class Merchandise

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No room in your closet? Have clothes that just don't seem to fit anymore? Donate to a great cause in need half way around the world. Any clothing or shoes that you have, winter, spring, summer or fall, we'll take it!

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Jack Rossen presented a paper, "Circulations of the Cayuga World of Central New York, A.D. 900-1800" and chaired the session, "Archaeology of Circulations." He also received extra funding to visit mound sites of northeastern Louisiana like Poverty Point to enhance his archaeology courses.

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The Sustainably Conscious Residential Learning Community is seeking a Faculty Fellow for Spring Semester 2011.

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A presentation by IC Assistant Professor, Dr. Mo Baptiste, Education Department, about his recent trips to Haiti and his engaging work there.

Thursday, December 2nd - 6:00-8:00 p.m. in Emerson Suite A

                  -Free of charge and open to the public-

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 This is a call to see if enough interested faculty/staff are available for one more Pathways training before finals.

Attend a Pathways training to learn crisis response skills before you need them!  Don't wait until it's too late to learn how to identify and respond to a student who might be experiencing distress.  Taught by staff of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), Pathways will prepare you to confidently identify and respond to someone believed to be at risk for experiencing a crisis.

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All students going abroad in Spring 2011 on an affiliated or non-affiliated program are required to meet with the Office of International Programs (OIP) to go over required paperwork.  If you are going abroad in the spring and have NOT yet met with someone in the OIP, please CLICK HERE to complete a brief form, and we will be in touch with you shortly to set up a 10-minute paperwork appointment at a time convenient to you.

Please also note that students going abroad in the spring on both affiliated and non-affiliated programs are required to attend a series of two or three Study Abroad Orientation sessions.  Below is the schedule of the remaining sessions; choose the times that work best with your schedule and be sure to sign in at each session.

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Please join the Gerontology Institute for a reception to celebrate John Krout’s retirement after more than 17 years as director of the Ithaca College Gerontology Institute. It will be held on Thursday, December 2, from 3:30 — 5:30 p.m., Clark Lounge, Egbert Hall.

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Graduate students in our PT program participated in a national Student Advocacy Challenge sponsored by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).  This first-ever event involved points for certain legislative activities to advocate for the profession and patients who benefit from these services.

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If you have some time during final exam week and can give us a three hour block of time for proctoring exams, please let us know.

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The Biology Department is searching for Microbiologist.

Come and learn about her research and plans.  Everyone is welcome to attend!

"Unmasking the role of an essential cell cycle regulator in Caulobacter crescentus"

CNS 112
4:00 p.m.

Biology Department Seminar Series

Refreshments will be served beforehand in the first floor lobby.
Please bring your own reusable mug for beverages -- reuse, reduce, recycle!

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


Join SAB at 8:00 on December 1st, 2010 for an Open Mic Night, featuring Brooklyn indie band Mon Khmer!

This semester's Open Mic Night allows performers to share the stage with the members of Mon Khmer. Many influences are at work in their music - swirling together into a mass of current trends and classic indie-rock tradition. They were recently called "another Brooklyn to watch out for" by L Magazine. Visit Mon Khmer's Myspace to listen to selections from their latest EP "Birthplace".

So, sign up to show off your skills, or just come to enjoy the show - either way, this night is sure to rock. If you're interested in performing, please contact for more information.

SAB Music's Open Mic Night, featuring Mon Khmer will be held in Emerson Suites on Wednesday, December 1st, 2010. Doors open at 7:30.

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