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Are you an Ithaca College employee in need of assistance with school supplies for your children? The Caring and Sharing Committee can help!

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Cindy Turo (Department of SMM) and Lana Morse (Department of RLS) will be sailing on to quieter times (starting July 31, 2010) after serving Ithaca College for 43 and 36 years, respectively. 

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The Ithaca College Caregiver Support Group will meet Friday, July 16, Noon-1:00 p.m. in the Gerontology Institute Resource Room (413 CHS).

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Ron Gilmour, IC Science Librarian, has an article in the July/August 2010 issue of "C&RL News".

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Maki has received a two-year, $35,000 Cottrell College Science Award for her project entitled, “Regulation of gene expression by coupling pre-mRNA splicing with RNA decay”.  Ithaca College has provided over $10,000 in matching funds.

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Infants between 6 and 12 months are needed to assist us in developing a mobile robot system using a joy stick. In a session of 30 to 60 minutes, at our Ithaca campus site, the infant will be securely seated and we will try to interest the infant to reach for toys and move the robot. Parents will be present at all time and will receive $15 per session for their assistance in this project. We hope eventually to use this device with very young children who have difficulty to move independently.

Please contact Hélène Larin at 274-3116 or if you are willing to participate in the project with your infant and/or obtain further information. Thank you.

“Compose Open Space,” the third of three social media contests to be rolled out by the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival 2009–10, is seeking entries.

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Kathleen Mulligan (Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts) is currently working as an Equity Guest Artist at the Hope Summer Repertory Theatre in Holland, MI. She is joined by six IC alums and students at the 39-year-old theatre on the campus of Hope College.

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With the majority of the student population gone for the Summer, please help us fill the bus to New York City on Sat. Aug. 14th! If we are unable to fill the bus, we will be forced to cancel the trip. Don't let this happen! As always, this trip is open to the entire IC community and their family/friends.

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ITS is pleased to announce that introductory Blackboard training sessions for instructors will be offered starting Monday, July 12. Blackboard is Ithaca College's central course management system.

To register for Blackboard training, follow the link below and choose one of the dates listed. All training sessions will take place in the Technology Learning Center, located in room 101 Friends Hall.

Blackboard Introduction Summer 2010 Training Schedule

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We are looking for a few volunteers from the Ithaca College community to attend “Dine Out" dinners for family members and guests attending orientation next week!


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Career Services is pleased to announce that has invited IC students to participate in one of their free Diversity Leadership Programs.

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Just a friendly reminder that counseling appointments are available for students in July.

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Zillah Eisenstein, professor of politics, delivered the keynote address, "Audacious Feminisms: and their Newest Sexes, Races, Genders and Globes", at the Australian National Women's Studies Association Conference, titled "Emerging Spaces: New Possibilities in Critical Times", June 30, 2010, Hawke Building, University of South Austraia, Adelaide, Australia.

Ithaca College in the Media

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Quoted in the media: faculty members Ellen Staurowsky and Gary Sforzo. For more information on the following articles, please visit the IC in the Media page at the Office of Media Relations:

IC in the Media


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Given the extreme temperatures our whole area of the country is experiencing, we are mandated by the New York ISO to immediately take any reasonable steps you can to help reduce the College’s draw on the electrical power grid.

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Patricia Zimmermann was recently an invited speaker at the China and the West: Cosmopolitics, Memory, and Visual Media in the 21 St Century international symposium at Hong Kong University June 11 and 12, 2011.

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Christopher LaRosa, an Ithaca College student in the School of Music, was awarded an IES Abroad Fine Arts Merit-Based Scholarship in the amount of $3000 by the Institute for the International Education of Students. LaRosa will attend the IES Abroad fall 2010 Vienna program. This term IES received over 550 applications competing in 20 different scholarship categories. Only 12% of applicants received an award.


You are invited to join Career Services for a free lunch and sneak-peak of our new office! 

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Matt Mogekwu, associate professor and chair in the Department of Journalism, will present a paper titled, "Conflict Reporting and Peace Journalism: In Search of a New Model," at the International Peace Research Association (IPRA) conference this week in Sydney, Australia.

He will also be attending and presenting a paper, "Non-Linear Relationship Between Media-Development-Social Change and Citizenship: Examining the Constraints in Developing Countries," at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) conference in Braga, Portugal July 18-23, 2010.