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Faculty, staff, and students interested in viewing current advancements in student information systems are invited to attend SCT's vendor presentation scheduled for Friday, September 5, in Emerson Suite C.

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Small groups of faculty members in varied disciplines and career stages are the core of the new mentoring program implemented by the Faculty Development Committee.

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Holiday Bus Trip to New York

Contributed by Sue Ann Vrzal on 08/28/03 

The Fourth Annual Ithaca College Holiday Bus Trip to New York City will take place on December 6.

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IC Our World Celebration

Contributed by Bonnie Prunty on 08/28/03 

We need volunteers to help with the IC Our World Celebration (previously called Unity Festival). The celebration is scheduled for Friday, September 19, 4:00-10:00 p.m. in the Campus Center Quad.

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The Diversity Awareness Committee is a student affairs and campus life committee that needs and welcomes anyone with an interest in diversity issues.

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Biology Department Seminar

Contributed by Nancy Pierce on 08/28/03 

September 4 -- Sandra Steingraber
"Breast Milk: Biological Realities, Cultural Taboos, and Political Controversies"
4:00 p.m., CNS Rm. 112

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Hillel and the Jewish studies program will present a yearlong series of programs exploring Yiddish language and culture in historical context and contemporary relevance.

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Rachel Namudosi Keki, a representative of the Abayudaya Jewish community of Uganda, will be our guest on campus at 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 3 in 103 Textor Hall.

Keki's visit is sponsored by Hillel and Jewish studies.

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The next meeting of the informal education and support group for employees with aging family members will be on Tuesday, September 2, at noon in room 202 Center for Health Sciences.

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Labor Day Hours of Operation

Contributed by Debra Meeker on 08/28/03 

Hours of operation for Monday, September 1, 2003, for campus facilities of Dining Services:

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Youth Football Clinic Sunday

Contributed by Donna Mosher on 08/28/03 

The Ithaca College football team will conduct its youth football clinic from noon to 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, August 31, at Butterfield Stadium.

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Live television programs in French, Italian, Hebrew, and Spanish are now available in the Language Center, 316 Gannett Center.

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Michael Serino, manager of student publications in the Roy H. Park School of Communications, has been named the Distinguished Four-Year College Newspaper Adviser for 2003 by College Media Advisers, the national professional organization for collegiate media programs and their advisers.

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Website Development Available

Contributed by John Barr on 08/27/03 

The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science is offering a course this semester called Advanced Web Programming. As part of the requirements for this course, teams of students must develop a website for an organization.

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Room Reservations

Contributed by Kris Shields on 08/27/03 

As another academic year begins, so does the planning of many meetings, programs, and special events. In order to best serve everyone on campus, we would like to remind you that the Office of Conference and Event Services accepts requests for room reservations 18 months prior to the event date.

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The art history department is pleased to announce the appointment of a new director for the Handwerker Gallery.

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With the possiblity of thunderstorms this evening, the Tuesday public night at Clinton Ford Observatory will probably have to be cancelled. However, we are adding an additional night on Thursday to compensate.

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September 12-14 brings us the annual Professionals Symposium. For nearly 20 years, the symposium has brought Office of Multicultural Affairs alumni and active community supporters to campus to share their expertise and insights with current students during multiple networking events.

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We welcome faculty and staff to celebrate Homecoming 2003 with students and alumni.

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Upcoming Exhibit

Contributed by Bonita L. Hogben on 08/26/03 

Associate Professor of Art Susan Weisend will be exhibiting her work as part of the "Thinking in Paint" show at the Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center, 205 Genesee St., Auburn, New York.

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