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SPRING 2018:  Announcing open enrollment to IISP 21500 - Peer Tutoring Theory and Practice

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2018 MLK Week Celebration

Contributed by Kevin Perry on 12/31/17 

The MLK Week Celebration will take place the first week back from winter break, January 22nd-27th!

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2018 MLK Week Celebration

Contributed by Kevin Perry on 12/31/17 

The MLK Week Celebration will take place the first week back from winter break, January 22nd-27th!

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2018 MLK Week Celebration

Contributed by Kevin Perry on 12/31/17 

The MLK Week Celebration will take place the first week back from winter break, January 22nd-27th!

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TVR 12400 Intro to Media Industries covers all aspects of our entertainment media systems. 

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This winter session, a seminar in Qualitative Research Methods will be offered for graduate students. If you would like to work on a research idea or thesis project that uses mixed or qualitative methods or are interested in learning more about qualitative research methods, then this course is for you. ESSG 69900 - SEM: Qualitative Research. 

If you are interested in teaching a section of Ithaca Seminar in Fall 2018 - the deadline has been extended.

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The Computer Science Department has opened a new section of COMP 105 Introduction to Website Development.  This section meets MWF 2:00-2:50 pm.  (ICC) - Creative Arts Theme:World of Systems.  CRN:  43497.

In an effort to further plan and prepare our support of IC students’ and alumnx’s career development, our office will have limited hours and services available on Friday, December 15th and Wednesday, December 20th.

The Office of Career Services will be offering drop-in services as usual Monday-Thursday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. during finals week with the assistance of our Peer Career Advisors. Thank you in advance for your support of our continued efforts to enhance our work.

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Habitat for Humanity is in urgent need for drivers for our Winter Break Trip!

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Here's how you can get involved with Student Governance Council!

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Each year the Office of Alumni Relations and Career Services collaborate to arrange networking events designed to connect IC alumni with current students. People from all majors and class years can come together to discuss career-related topics, current job trends, career path ideas, and more. Lifelong connections, professional contacts, and career insights make Network Nights invaluable events!

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Hello, scholars!

It’s that time of year again!  ZoetIC, a publication sponsored by Sigma Tau Delta, the English Honor Society, is soliciting original submissions from current students and alumni of Ithaca College.

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HEARD Art Show!

Contributed by Abriana Smith on 12/11/17 

Take a study break and enjoy art created in collaboration with the residents of the MacCormick Security Center. 

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Love sports and journalism? Special Topics in Sports Journalism will be offered online during Winter Session, and is an excellent way to learn about reporting game stories, writing columns and reviews, and announcing for radio and television sports. Register for JOUR 39001 Sports Journalism (CRN 30017). All are welcome. Questions? Email Professor Loop in the Journalism Department at mloop@ithaca.edu or call 274-3047.

Continuing this year, the Center for Faculty Excellence is offering an excellence institute in inclusive course design. The Early Career Excellence Institute (ECEI) is a yearlong opportunity. Participants work in faculty learning communities to problem solve, design, and reflect on significant and equitable course changes. This is a chance for faculty across campus to build substantive interdisciplinary relationships across campus regarding pedagogical intention and access in student learning.

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The Philosophy Discussion Club will meet on Wednesday December 6th from 4-5pm in Rothschild Place 147.  [For those unfamiliar, the building is next to the Communications building.]  All are welcome to come and join the conversation!

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Have You Recently Been Diagnosed With Cancer?? Are you trying to get back into an exercise routine or get your strength and endurance back up? Then this study may be for you...

Ithaca College faculty members and physical therapists, Dr. Jill Mayer and Dr. Kayleigh Plumeau are conducting a research project with several physical therapy students. They are studying the effects of an individualized home exercise program on function and quality of life in cancer survivors. They are looking to identify individuals who are interested in receiving an individualized home exercise program designed by a physical therapist to complete over 8 weeks. Interested participants must have an active diagnosis of cancer (any type) or be newly in remission (<90 days since their final treatment).

If you or a loved one are interested, please contact Jill Mayer by phone, 607-274-5825 or by email, JMayer@ithaca.edu

 

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 The Center for Faculty Excellence is pleased to announce a call for proposals for its Faculty-in-Residence program in the academic year, 2018-2019.  The program will bring together up to 6 faculty members who have proposed a program of study, reflection, planning, and action related to some aspect of faculty excellence and development.  Successful proposals will link faculty interests to Ithaca College initiatives and must have a potential impact beyond the faculty member’s own discipline or department.   Proposals are especially welcome that address leadership development, contemplative pedagogy, cultural fluency, mentoring, inclusion and equity, advocacy, and development of pedagogical strategies related to quantitative literacy and writing. 

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Have you been looking for an opportunity to get involved with student government? Now is your chance! Run for an open Senate seat in Spring 2018!

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