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Dr. Sara Haefeli from the School of Music presents her research at the interdisciplinary symposium "New Music & The North American Academy" at SUNY Potsdam, on April 13, 2012.

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Professor Chris Holmes examines the problem and potential of limits in understanding a novel’s relationship to the world, and, in doing so, confronts the limit qua limit as a principal literary form.

All are welcome to join Sigma Tau Delta, the English Honor Society, for its final faculty presentation of the semester.

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We are looking for infants to help us test a joystick control for a mobile robot.  If your baby is between five and nine months of age, and does not yet crawl, please help! 

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SGA has began accepting Funding Request for the 2012-2013 Academic Year. Please visit SGA Business & Finance for more information. 

Come see the hilarious Louis Ramsey this Wednesday in IC Square!

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Tonight, come see David Farrow! He is a 2 time Guinness Record Holder for The Worlds Greatest Memory. Using his own success with memory as a platform, David speaks nationwide to numerous corporations, small businesses and educational facilities surrounding his award winning memory and focus techniques.

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Have you majored in an education related field or taken some education courses to enhance your program of study, and are you wondering how you might pursue meaningful work and make a difference outside of schools and classrooms? Then this workshop might be for you. Open to all majors and class years.

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Join Career Services on Tuesday, April 10 as we welcome a representative of Hillside Family of Agencies (HFA) for a career information session.  They'll share information on their current openings for Youth Care Professionals, as well as information about their agency and the human services field.

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"So, what are you doing after college?"

Still get that stubborn question from friends, parents, or professors? Are you still having trouble answering? Do you feel like you're running out of options? Or am I just asking you too many questions? Don't panic! Come to this session to help learn what your degree can do for you!

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The Technology Learning Center in room 101 Friends Hall has a variety of computing topics on the training schedule during the week of April 9-13. Click any link below to register online instantly. Training is open to all faculty,staff, and students. We'll see you in class!

Acrobat: Basic Form Tools 

ePortfolios: Student Web Sites

Introduction to Twiitter

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Are you ready to improve your health? Join us for Wellness Wednesday!

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

Noon - 12:50 PM

PLEASE NOTE CHANGE IN LOCATION!

Office of Career Services, First Floor Muller

Jump-Start Your Career While Still in College

Presented by John Bradac, Director, Office of Career Services

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 The New York Press Association has named The Ithacan the Best College Newspaper in New York State for 2011. The award, which was presented March 31 at the NYPA annual convention at the Gideon Putnam Hotel in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., is the top honor in NYPA's annual Better College Newspaper Competition.

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For only $7.99, your dinner includes: Crispy Orange Chicken Stirfry, Brown Rice, Small Garden Salad and Roll.

Just call in your order by 2PM today and you'll have your dinner waiting for you, hot and fresh at Circles Market tonight! (Circles Market is at the IC Circles Community Center).

To order, please call: 607.274.1352, pick up is from 4:30pm to 10pm at Circles Market. Order up and enjoy a hot, delicious dinner tonight! (This dinner special is only valid for Monday 4.09.12)

Check out the entire menu at: ithacadiningservices.com/documents/DS_Order_Form_Menu_3_23_12FINAL.pdf

SGA Beautification Survey!

Contributed by Rachel Heiss on 04/08/12 

Do you think IC could use some beautification? Let the SGA Campus Affairs Committee know by taking this survey!

 https://ithaca.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8dXjxZUnjbzp8Y4

Please contact Rachel Heiss at sgacampusaffairs@ithaca.edu with any questions.

It is a great pleasure to announce the appointment of Craig Cummings, Professor of Music Theory, as Interim Dean of the School of Music, effective July 1st.

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 Every man has some relationship with mental health. Society, however, seems to want him to deny this. 

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SROPAC is doing its semester revue and this year it's Classic Rock!

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Game-Powered Machine Learning

Luke Barrington (UC San Diego), Doug Turnbull (Computer Science, Ithaca College), Gert Lanckriet (UC Sand Diego)

Published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS) - March 2012


 

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Faisal Alam will speak on "Hidden Voices: The Lives of LGBT Muslims," at a luncheon on Wednesday April 18 at noon. Space is limited, and RSVP is required - email lmaurer@ithaca.edu to reserve your place.

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Last fall I asked Rob Gearhart, Associate Dean of GPS, to chair an ad hoc committee that would make recommendations regarding the decentralization of graduate program administration here at Ithaca College. The committee completed its work and made multiple recommendations that, after consultation with offices and individuals on campus, I have accepted. I want to take this opportunity to thank the members of that committee for their excellent work.  In addition to Rob Gearhart, the committee consisted of Barbara Howard (Business), Dennis Charsky (School of Communication), Dick Schissel (HSHP), David Garcia (H&S), Tom Kline (Music), and Gerard Turbide (Admissions).  Thank you all for your significant contributions to this process.

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