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Alicia Brady, Ithaca College's TIAA-CREF Individual Client Services Consultant, comes to campus twice or three times a month to provide personalized advice and planning services to help you in pursuing your retirement goals. The dates she will be on campus in May and June have been determined.

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Susan Weisend, Art Department, exhibits her artwork at the 25th Annual McNeese National Works on Paper Exhibition at McNeese State University, Lake Charles, Louisiana.

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Several Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology graduate students presented at the first annual Master's Level Graduate Research Conference held at The College of Brockport, State University of New York, on April 14, 2012. This conference highlighted graduate research projects from western and central New York as well as from Ontario, Canada.

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Kuumba Repertory Theatre will be hosting a performance of Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet, the conclusion to the Brother/Sister plays by Tarell Alvin McClaney. The performance will be held on May 2nd and 3rd in Dillingham Studio 02.

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Final Exam Procedures for Faculty

Contributed by Linda Uhll on 04/25/12 

Faculty can assist Student Disability Services in preparations for finals week by observing the following procedures:

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For Who? Boys and Girls (Ages 12-17)
Where? Held in the new Athletics and Events Center!

When? Summer Session begins June 25th - August 17th (8 weeks)
        Monday, Wednesday, Friday
        9am - 12pm (noon)

How Much? Only $250 per athlete for the entire session! 
 

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Death by doorknob? The Golden Doorknob Awards are a tradition at the Roy H. Park School of Communications, dating back to the 1970s. Back in those days the films were silent, black and white, and all film students had the same assignment: make a short film that presents the most imaginative way to kill someone with a doorknob. The contest was revived in 2009.

The 2012 Golden Doorknob Awards and Screening will be held at 7 p.m., Friday, April 27 in the Park Hall Auditorium at Ithaca College. Winning filmmakers will split $5,000 in prizes, and receive the coveted Golden Doorknob Award. More than 100 students participated in this year’s contest.

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Student Athlete Appreciation Day

Contributed by Kathy Eldred on 04/25/12 

Sunday, April 29th, 2012 in the A&E Center.    5-8 PM.  For all varsity sport athletes, trainers and coaches.  Free Food.  Prizes. 

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The 2012 archaeological field school is a cooperate effort between TC3 and IC. We will investigate Native American village sites dating from the 10th to 12th centuries and the origins of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Confederacy.  

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Catherine Taylor, Associate Professor in the Department of Writing, was recently Invited Plenary Speaker at the International Society for Travel Writing's  Seventh Biennial Conference at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. (March 30-April 1). The conference focused on the theme "The Politics of Travel."  Taylor read from her book Apart which mixes narrative prose, poems, social and political theory, and found texts culled from years of visiting South African archives and libraries.
 

Open to ALL majors at Ithaca College, The Park School of Communications is offering Introduction to Field Production, TVR 11500during Summer Session I from May 29-June 29. Taught by professor Peter Johanns, TV-R, the course will teach students how to shoot and edit HD video.

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A column written by Maura Stephens, associate director of the Park Center for Independent Media, was recently published on Truthout.org.

Her piece, “Higher Education's Role in Occupy and Related Social Justice Movements” is call on faculty, staff, administrators, and students to get involved and also provides concrete suggestions on how to do so.

To read the article, visit: www.tinyurl.com/OccupyHigherEd

A farewell reception for Deniz Dalman, assistant professor of marketing, and Karti Puranam, assistant professor of management, both in the School of Business, has been scheduled for Friday, May 4th, from 9:30-11:00am in the 1st floor atrium of Park Center for Business and Sustainable Enterprise. Deniz and Karti are departing Ithaca College following the spring 2012 semester to pursue new opportunities.

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Become a modern day abolitionist! 

Slave (N): Someone who is forced to work for no pay, under the threat of violence, and unable to walk away

Who: YOU!
What: 5K Walk/Run around the IC Campus
When: Sunday April 29th, 2012 starting at 11 am
Where: Ithaca College’s Butterfield Stadium
Why: Raise money and awareness to help ABOLISH modern-day slavery and end unjust labor practices!

Registration: $10 in advance

                   $15 at the stadium

 

For more information on Free the Slaves' mission, visit: freetheslaves.net

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Julia Ryan at jryan1@ithaca.edu. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

 

The Tompkins County Take Back The Night is an annual march and rally against sexual and domestic violence. This important event gives the community the opportunity to come together in solidarity and speak out against violence and speak up in support of survivors of violence.

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Students Active For Ending Rape (SAFER) will be holding its third annual IC Sex Behind Closed Doors - Discussions everyone should be a part of on Wednesday, April 25 at 6pm in the Campus Center Clarke Lounge.

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Please join students on April 26 for an interactive, educational event featuring students' interdisciplinary research on food. The Food Event is the culmination of a collaborative project supported by the IC2 program to create a dialog about prehistoric, historic, and contemporary approaches to the study of food and food systems. 

Date: Thursday, 26 April
Time: 7-9 pm 
Location: CNS 2nd Floor Lobby near Park Communications Quad entrance

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CHAPERONES needed

Contributed by Jen Walsh on 04/24/12 

Pair up with your favorite staff or faculty member to chaperone a Senior Week event!  Senior Week is looking for staff and faculty chaperones for the following off-campus events:

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Ithaca College is excited to announce the launch of the mobile version of Ithaca.edu for smartphones, designed to give on-the-go users quick access to information in a format optimized for their mobile devices.

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Associate Professor Rebecca Plante (Department of Sociology) was interviewed for and quoted in the May 2012 issue of national magazine Psychology Today.

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