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The Ithaca College Choir, conducted by Lawrence Doebler, was on the road again this March.  The tour will feature works by Frank Martin, Francis Poulenc, Antonio Lotti, Vincent Persichetti, Josef Rheinberger, Carol Barnett, Sally Lamb McCune, Robert Fountain and Moses Hogan.  The tour performances in each city were open to all, including Ithaca College alumni and local students in the area. 
The final tour stop will be in Ford Hall this Saturday, March 24th at 8:15pm.  If you can't be there, the performance will be web streamed live at www.ithaca.edu/music/live

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The following is submitted on behalf of Will Kay, Acting Director of Grants and Sponsored Projects:

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Professor Rogers co-authors paper in Journal of Archaeological Science
Understanding the built environment at the seneca iroquois white springs site using large-scale, multi-instrument archaeogeophysical surveys.

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Congratulations to Jane Ray and Heather Schuck who recently swept the Area 10 Toastmasters Competition in the "International Speech" category.

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Netpass and Mobile Devices

Contributed by Karen Compton on 03/23/12 

Many people experience problems with various services on mobile devices after changing their Netpass password. This is because these devices often have the Netpass password saved within applications.

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Principal Financial Group®, a Fortune 500 company, is seeking Financial Representatives to help business owners, employees of growing businesses, and their families, achieve financial success.  They will be interviewing students from all majors, for positions in several upstate cities, including Albany, Binghamton, Buffalo, Ithaca, Rochester and Syracuse.

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No Pressure Blood Pressure

Contributed by Judy Mauk on 03/23/12 

The next No Pressure Blood Pressure will be held on Wednesday, March 28th. Please see the schedule below to know when students will be in your building.

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Peter Melcher in the Biology Department has had a paper accepted for publication in the peer review journal Methods in Ecology and Evolution. The paper is titled "Measurements of stem xylem hydraulic conductivity in the laboratory and field".  Authors: Peter J. Melcher, N. Michele Holbrook, Michael J. Burns, Maciej A. Zwieniecki, Alexander R. Cobb, Timothy J. Brodribb, Brendan Choat and Lawren Sack.

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 The Office of Admission is now accepting applications for the position of President’s Host! 

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 The Office of Admission is now accepting applications for Summer Tour Guides!

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 Ithaca College is hosting a New York State Conference for Admissions Counseling June 6th-8th and we will see over 800 visitors. The Office of Admission is looking for students to help execute this week-long event. 

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Class of 2012! Congratulations, you're almost done! What are you doing to prepare for your next steps?

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Career Services and the office of the Dean of the School of Humanities and Sciences are happy to present Explore No More: Find a Fit For Your Future!

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Have a vocation, not a job.

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 Ithaca College's first annual Palestinian Environmental Film Festival presents "An Occupied Childhood” on March 26, 2012 in Williams 225. At 5pm, Dispatches: Children of Gaza will be will be screened. Dispatches focuses on the lives of a small group of children living in Gaza and illustrates the implications of Israel’s occupation of Palestine on its youngest population. Many of the children have lost their parents, family members, and friends to fatal air raids. The film shows how these children have struggled physically and psychologically with the militarization of their home.

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15th Annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival

FLEFF LAB FRIDAY: MICROTOPIAS
Friday, March 30
A day of dialogue and conversation with festival guests
Park 220, Ithaca College, FREE

Just drop in at anytime!

 

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Campus Winners Of The Month

Contributed by Erin Smith on 03/22/12 

Ithaca College's National Residence Hall Honorary is proud to recognize these outstanding students, faculty, and staff for their extraordinary work and inspiration on campus during the month of February. Congratulations!

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On Tuesday March 27th at 8:00PM in Textor 103, Free the Slaves will be hosting Chong Kim, an American former sex slave. She will be speaking of her experiences, as well as answering questions.

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Make sure you elect the best person to represent your student voice on campus!

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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 March 26 - 30. 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

Macintosh: Best Practices for Using the Macintosh

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