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Cheryl Rotyliano, Assistant Director of Career Engagement and Education was a featured speaker at the 2019 NACE Conference in Orlando.

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Want to feel happier? Hint, the key is in your experiences, not your stuff. Head to SH101 now to learn more. 

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The family of Jase Barrack ’20, who passed away on May 10 after suffering a serious injury off campus, has asked the college to make the campus community aware of some appropriate channels for making donations in his memory. An athletic training major, Jase was being cared for at Cayuga Medical Center, and his family made the decision to donate his organs in order to offer others the gift of life.

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The Engagement and Connection Committee, formed by the Office of Case Management, is working on gathering information about peer-to-peer programs across campus.

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The Reporting Center is undergoing some changes as of Saturday, June 8.  The system will be down from 8:00-11:00 AM while we switch to new servers. Old bookmarks that you may have, to both the Reporting Center and directly to specific reports, will no longer be valid. 

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Join us at our upcoming webinar, "A Blueprint for Leadership: Be the Best Leader You Can Be and Know What to Require from your Leadership." 

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Risham Majeed (Art History) presented her research at the Frick Collection in New York City. A first for the Frick, the panel, “Who’s Not in the Picture,” examined histories of visibility, representation, and exclusion in Euro-American museum history. Majeed advocated for a historically grounded approach when evaluating art historical and museological narratives.

For more information and other speaker’s bios see frick.org/lectures.

Register today by signing in at www.tiaa.org/webinar. Start the summer with live webinars that can help you improve your financial knowledge. Reserve your spot today.

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This summer, learn to persuade others to your point of view on the issues that matter to you most! Argument is a 3-credit, entirely online 5-week course. 

 

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The Reporting Center is undergoing some changes as of Saturday, June 8.  The system will be down from 8:00-11:00 AM while we switch to new servers. Old bookmarks that you may have, to both the Reporting Center and directly to specific reports, will no longer be valid.

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Participate in New York State's celebration of Stonewall 50 and World Pride 2019 this summer with a very special guided LGBTQ History Tour on Saturday June 22 at 3 pm, right here in Ithaca. Register here to be part of the fun!

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Please join us for a Baby Sprinkle for Associate Director of Admission, Cara Nichols and Director for Facilities Services, Eric Nichols.

 

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Calling Hours for Michael Alguire have been scheduled for June 7th, located at Falardeau Funeral Home, 93 Downer St, Baldwinsville, at 5pm-7pm. Service will directly follow.

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Tribes features Ithaca College Theatre Arts alumni and faculty both onstage and behind the scenes, including assistant professor Dean Robinson, Juliet Kimble ('19), Danielle Moyal ('19), and Tyler Struble ('19). 

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What is the Dependent Cash Award?

The Dependent Cash Award is for eligible dependent children attending another accredited institution other than Ithaca College.  The maximum Cash Award benefit is $500 per semester, up to a total of $4,000 per dependent child.  If both parents are benefits-eligible Ithaca College employees, the maximum benefit is $1,000 per semester, up to a total benefit of $8,000 per child.

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Assistant Professor Yvette Sterbenk has co-published an article in the International Journal of Advertising exploring the ways in which brand/cause‘fit’ shapes advertising message strategies. 

 

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Summer Swim Lessons

Contributed by Mike Ariel on 06/03/19 

Summer Swim Lessons registration is open!

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Professor Jennifer Jolly, Art History, was a featured speaker at a conference on the Mexican Muralists: Their Lives and Times at California State University, LA, in April.  She has also presented papers at multiple conferences this spring.

 

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Rising Sophomores- are you interested in securing your housing before general housing selection in July? Consider applying to a Residential Learning Community.

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It takes a whole village to raise, affirm, and educate a child. 

The Village at Ithaca is looking for engaged community members and college students to help Ithaca area students reach their academic goals during summer. This volunteer opportunity is a once or twice weekly commitment, totaling 2-4 hours per week for the 5 weeks during Summer 2019 (July 8-August 8).

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