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OMA Newsletter

Contributed by Kate Brown on 05/21/04 

The spring 2004 edition of the OMA newsletter is now available for you on the web.

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Ithaca College will serve as the location for a critical tower planned to be built as part of the new Tompkins County public safety communications network.

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Your alumni want to see you on June 5!

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Edward Zlotkowski, Ph.D., will present an open keynote address in the 2004 Summer Faculty Institute on Civic Engagement through Service Learning.

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During May, Mental Health Month, the Office of Human Resources is releasing a series of articles to help raise awareness regarding mental health issues.

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Own a Piece of IC History!

Contributed by Gail Wagner on 05/18/04 

The purchasing department is selling the office desk of Howard Dillingham, president of IC from 1957 to 1970.

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Dianne Lynch, an associate professor in the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication at Saint Michael's College in Vermont who has served for the past year as the executive director of the national Online News Association, has been named dean of the Roy H. Park School of Communications, as well as associate professor of journalism. She will assume her new duties on July 1.

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The Ithaca baseball team (32-7) will be the top seed for this weekend's NCAA New York regional playoffs, which will be held at Joe Bruno Stadium in Troy.

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Arctic Requiem will be performed in New York City at the Museum of Modern Art's Symphony Space on June 21, 2004.

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Two cinema and photography faculty members have been awarded media arts grants.

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Despite winning an Olympic gold medal and four consecutive world and national figure skating championships, Scott Hamilton stood before the 1,355 graduates at Ithaca College's 109th commencement and expressed his amazement that he had been chosen as their graduation speaker.

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Self-Defense Class for Women

Contributed by Amy Chilson on 05/14/04 

The Office of Public Safety presents a self defense course for women.

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Summer Family Bus Trips

Contributed by Sue Ann Vrzal on 05/14/04 

For information about Isummer bus trips for family and friends, contact Sue Vrzal, 274-3133.

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IC Family Picnic Reminder

Contributed by Bernard Hogben on 05/14/04 

The IC Family Picnic is scheduled for Saturday June 12 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

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The Spring 2004 edition of the Ithaca College Gerontology Institute's newsletter is now available online as a PDF document: ICGI Newsletter.

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The second article in the series Mental Health Matters in Your Life is entitled "Mental Health Fast Facts -- Workplace."

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The annual electrical shutdown is scheduled for Saturday, May 22, from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

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The warehouse will be closed Tuesday, May 25, through Friday, May 28, for the annual inventory and audit of supplies.

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I am pleased to announce that Bob Ullrich has agreed to stay on as dean of the Business School for the fall semester of 2004.

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Crisisline Counselor Training

Contributed by Andrejs Ozolins on 05/12/04 

Paul Soper, assistant Crisisline coordinator of Suicide Prevention and Crisis Service, has asked to have this opportunity brought to the attention of the IC community.

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