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Ithaca College 8th Annual High School Gospel Invitational Music Festival
Saturday March 31, 2012
8:15 PM in Ford Hall

Directors: Baruch Whitehead & Janet Galvan

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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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The Ithaca College contract policy can be viewed at: The policy includes requirements for signatory authority and provides direction for when contracts must be reviewed by the Division of Legal Affairs.

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L. Leann Kanda, Laura Louon*, and Katherine Straley*. ACCEPTED 2012. “Stability in activity and boldness across time and context in captive Siberian dwarf hamsters”. Ethology.
   *(Biology ’11)

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The Ithaca College chapter of the American Marketing Association (ICAMA) received numerous honors at the 34th Annual Intercollegiate Conference in New Orleans, April 22-24.

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If you answered “YES” then you need to apply for a position with Campus Center & Event Services. We are NOW HIRING for a variety of summer only and Fall 2012 positions. Check us out today! No—seriously—you should do this today.

Stay connected to the people who know how to plan great events.  Like us on Facebook (keywords: Campus Center & Event Services).

March is National Nutrition Month, and Ithaca Dining Services is celebrating by providing you with tips to eat healthier on campus!

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Academic Enrichment Services is seeking to hire 4-6 students to assist with focus groups during the third and fourth week of April.

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The Handwerker Gallery is pleased to announce that Nigerian artist, Marcia Kure, will deliver a talk entitled “So Far” on Wednesday, April 4, at 6.00 p.m..

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Come see your favorite professors shake it on the dance floor!

The Third Annual Dancing with the Stars Competition is happening April 7th!

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Residential Life and Academic Enrichment Services are looking for three First Year Academic Coaches for the 2012-2013 academic year.

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The 2012 annual C. P. Snow Lecture will be given by Dr. Eugenie C. Scott on Wednesday, March 28th, at 7pm in Textor 102.  Dr. Scott is the Executive Director of NCSE, the National Center for Science Education, and the author of the book “Evolution vs. Creationism.”  She has been both a researcher and an activist in the creationism / evolution controversy for over twenty-five years.  The lecture is free and open to the public.

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The Concert for Microtopias
Multimedia Concert and Performance
Tuesday, March 27
Hockett Recital Hall
8:15 p.m.

Featuring Deborah Martin (piano), Art Jones (live remix), Jairo Geronymo (piano), Brad Hougham (baritone), Mary Zebell (designer), Ann Michel (producer), Phil Wilde (producer), Cynthia Henderson (actor), and Kathleen Mulligan (actor).

Arrive early.  Limited Seating.  Overflow seating in the back and aisles of Hockett is not permitted.

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Student Trustee applications are available on this page and due on March 28th by 5:00 p.m. 

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For the first time the Writing Department is offering a new online course in Travel Writing during the month of July 2012. It's a 3-credit course that combines the analysis of issues related to travel writing with actual writing experience in the genre. Whether students travel to a foreign country or somewhere they've never been in their own town, they'll learn about the different kinds of travel stories, how to keep a travel journal and conduct research, and how to market their stories. The class runs through the month of July and is taught strictly online. For more information, email writing professor Nick Kowalczyk, the instructor of the course:

 ICSJP Henna Fundraiser

Contributed by Christopher Zivalich on 03/26/12 

 The IC Students for Justice in Palestine will be holding a henna fundraiser next week, on Friday, March 30th by the flagpole near the library. 

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Affinity groups are designed to be a safe place where both staff and faculty may speak on common interests and provide an opportunity for one to seek and give support to one another.

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The members of the First-Year Experience Coordinating Committee would like to invite all first-year students to attend a series of events designed to highlight the wonderful speakers, films, athletics and performances that happen on our campus all year long! 


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Are you feeling Lucky?

Contributed by Joelle Albertsman on 03/26/12 

FYE will be featuring a different theme every month for our Mixed Media Contest for the remainder of the academic year!  Submit the medium of your choosing for a chance to win a $20 Downtown Ithaca gift card!  Keep an eye out for our posters all over campus!


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An Afternoon with Studs

Contributed by Susan Monagan on 03/26/12 

Journalism. Nonfiction writing. Interviews. Storytelling. The eloquence of the American worker. Learn about the man who spread all of these across the United States, and for the next two weeks to Ithaca College, this Sunday, April 1.

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