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The guest presenter for this Faculty Show and Share session is Ari Kissiloff, Strategic Communication.

Time: Monday, April 2, 12:05 - 12:50 PM
Place: PARK 228 (Park School of Communications)
You may bring your lunch.
Registration is appreciated

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Friday, April 6 – Saturday, April 14

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The spring semester round of the Green Office Challenge is now underway. We encourage Green Office Challenge participants to think about the ways in which they are incorporate sustainability thinking and practice into their daily work life. Participation is open to any employee, faculty, staff or student worker. The Green Office Challenge online survey covers the broad range of sustainable workplace practices, ranging from your awareness of related college policies and programs, to your efforts to conserve energy and water resources, your support for recycling and waste reduction efforts, as well as decisions you may make related to the procurement of "green" products in your office, events you may hold or organize, and your commuter transportation choices.

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Teacher Education Students

Contributed by Diane Kinne on 03/30/12 

Do you need fingerprinting and criminal background clearance for teacher certification and/or student teaching?

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Hello IC Campus Community! Here's your chance to achieve eternal fame and recognition by participating in the inaugural Ithaca College Climbing Competition.
During the week of 4/9-4/15 you can come to open hours at the Climbing Wall and compete to have the fastest ascent on any individual rope or GO BIG and attempt to climb all four ropes faster than any other competitor. Results will be tallied at the end of the week and a winners will be named.  The fastest climber on each rope will receive a free Unlimited Wall Pass for Block 1 of Fall 2012. The Winner of the four-rope challenge will receive a free Fall 2012 Semester Pass!!! In addition, winners will have their names engraved on a plaque to be hung at the Climbing Wall for all to see.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Sean Reilley at (607) 274-3294. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

On March 26 the U.S. Supreme Court will be hearing arguments about the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act of 2010, the health reform program passed by Congress.

For an opportunity to hear diverse perspectives on the impact of the program and what to expect in the future, please join us to hear a distinguished panel comment on the most important health legislation of our generation and how it will affect all of us. There will be time after the panelist speak for audience questions and discussion.

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We will be working with the following sites on April 14:

YMCA Healthy Kids Day

Woods Earth Community Garden

Beechtree Care Center

Community Building Works!

Brooktondale Spring Book Fair

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Presented by: Sheraz Iqbal

Check out this session to learn about ways to bring that burst of energy into your organization!


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Hosted by: Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs

When: Tuesday, April 17, 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Location: Taughannock Falls Room, Campus Center 

Presented by: Sheraz Iqbal

Have you ever asked yourself, "How will my involvement in student organizations ever be applicable to my future career?" Come to this Leading @ IC session to find out how you can evolve as a leader and be better prepared for the professional world through student organization involvement.


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 Cornell in Turin: New Summer Session Program in Turin, Italy: June 3-23


Ithaca College students can register for GOVT 3323: European Politics and:

·         Spend three weeks in Italy studying with Cornell professors

·         Learn about European politics in an Italian context


The Cornell Summer Program in Turin is designed for students who want to learn about European politics from an Italian perspective and to immerse themselves in a city rich with history and culture. The program is organized by the Cornell Institute for European Studies, with the support of the 

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Yeah, me too. But don't worry, just come to IC Women in Communications' cover letter workshop on Wednesday, April 4! Two lovely Peer Career Advisors will be leading a workshop on how to write the most fabulous of cover letters. The workshop will take place in Park 281 at 8 p.m. This will count as a Career Services requirement for all Leadership Scholars. 

P.S. there will be FOOD :)

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Relay For Life is the biggest fundraiser in the WORLD.  It is the fight against cancer.

Every year, colleges, universities, and communities across the country (and now in other countries, as well!) host an unforgettable overnight event that takes place around a track.  Caregivers, cancer survivors--anyone who has been affected by cancer either directly or indirectly join together in teams to support the American Cancer Society in the race for a cure.  All night there are fun activities, fundraisers, and performances around the track.  Some people come for just a few hours and others stay all night.

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Are you having trouble figuring out how to manage your time? Being a member of a student organization, especially serving on the executive board can be a huge transition. Come to this session and learn how to make the most of your time in order to be successful in your student organization.

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Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) has officially endorsed IC Progress for SGA Executive Board. SSDP has been working closely with SGA many years and is very excited about the possibility of working with this board to continue advocating for student health and sensible drug policies. 

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IC Progress is running for SGA eboard to make a difference on campus. We're six people from different walks of life on campus who have a shared passion for advancing student interests. We'll do this by engaging better with the student body, advocating more forcefully for student interests, and making smart reforms that will make SGA work better for everyone.

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That's right! IC Spirit Week will be back in October 2012 and we're looking for student organizations who want to take part in this growing tradition. 

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Career Services is seeking a student to work in our office this summer, preferably continuing during the academic year. There are additional positions available for the fall and spring semesters. To find out more information about these positions, please visit

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Information Technology Services (ITS) is pleased to announce that Microsoft Office 2010 for Windows will be available as a free upgrade for IC faculty and staff members to install on their college-owned computers running Windows starting Monday, April 2, 2012.

Office 2010 includes interface changes across all applications, such as the addition of the File tab. Individual applications also have been enhanced with new features, such as PowerPivots in Excel and the macro builder in Access.

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Information Technology Services (ITS) is pleased to announce that Microsoft Office 2011 for the Macintosh will be available as a free upgrade for IC faculty and staff members to install on their college-owned Macintosh computers starting Monday, April 2, 2012.

Office 2011 is a major new release that includes interface changes across all applications, such as the addition of the ribbon and quick icons. What's more, individual applications have been enhanced with new features, such as sparklines in Excel, video embedding in PowerPoint, and the styles panel in Word.

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 This weekend the Palestinian Environmental Film Festival examines the impact of imprisonment on Palestinians’ social fabric, personal relationships and emotional landscapes with screenings of the penetrating documentary Degrees of Incarceration at Ithaca College and the internationally acclaimed feature film Pomegranates and Myrrh at Cinemapolis. 

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