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Comings and Goings

The Office of College Relations and Communications is excited to share the following news about recent hires and shifting responsibilities for some of our team members. We also want to thank our partners across campus for their patience over the last year as we took the time to reshape the vacant positions we had accrued to be a stronger, more effective team. 

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A retirement reception will be held for Karen Serbonich to celebrate her 14 years of service. 

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Career Services is excited to welcome two new staff: Cheryl Rotyliano and Sonia Herman who began in October. They come to us with higher ed experience in Career Services and Academic Advising. Their roles include providing career coaching for students and alumni, planning big events, presenting to student groups, and helping develop our Career Community and Identity Affinity models. Please join us in welcoming Cheryl and Sonia to IC! 

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The Department of General Services will be hosting a farewell reception for Peter Kilcoyne on his retirement from Ithaca College after 28 years of service. 

Please join us in wishing Peter well in his retirement at a reception on Thursday October 19th in the Taughannock Falls room from 3pm – 4:30pm.
Peter’s last day on campus will be Friday, October 20.

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The Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs is excited to announce that Mary Holland-Bavis will be joining our team on October 16 as the Assistant Director of Student Involvement! 

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Contributed on behalf of Rory Rothman, Associate Provost for Student Life

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Karen Wheeler, the financial operations manager in the Park School, is retiring and we would like to invite the campus community to join us in celebrating her more than 3 decades of stellar work at a reception on Tuesday October 10 from 4-6 in Park 223.

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Contributed on behalf of Rory Rothman, Associate Provost for Student Life

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Danine Chaires reception

Contributed by Jeffrey Scott on 09/25/17 

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Danine Chaires, the Operations Manager with Ithaca College Dining Services, has accepted a new position with Sodexo Campus Services at the University of Albany. 

 

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Lauren Goldberg, Executive Director of Hillel

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The College Relations and Advancement team congratulates Kathleen Teeter on her retirement from Ithaca College after 21 years of service. Kathy’s last day on campus will be Friday, September 15.

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In support of sustainable food systems and healthy eating, Ithaca Dining Services and the Humane Society of the United States hosted Forward Food on August 3rd

Over thirty guests from regional universities, healthcare facilities, and corporations were in attendance to enhance their knowledge on the benefits of eating a plant-based diet. “Forward Food is a program that teaches food and nutrition professionals to learn the importance of supporting healthy and sustainable living in their communities and how to help achieve a more profitable, healthy, and sustainable dining operation,” said Stephanie Heath-Higgins, Food Policy Coordinator—Upstate New York, Humane Society of the United States. Forward Food events bring together food service professionals, industry leaders and others to meet in a peer-to-peer environment, gaining insights into the latest trends in both implementing and marketing plant-based food programs.

 

The Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management is excited to welcome a new member to our Ithaca College team, Security Officer Dan Merchant!  Dan joins us after serving as a Security Guard for three years at Borg Warner.  He has also previously worked with Cornell University and the Town of Ithaca.  Throughout the search process, Dan impressed with his emphasis on customer service, being a good teammate, and demonstrating strong work ethic.  We are looking forward to his work with the Ithaca College community and relationship-building with our staff, students, and faculty!

The Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management would like to thank and wish good luck to Malorie Kerry as she departs for a new opportunity at Cornell University!  

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The Park School is pleased to welcome two new staff members who play critical roles in the comprehensive education of our students.

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The Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management is excited to share with you the hiring of three new Patrol Officers to our staff.  Please join us in welcoming these new members of our campus community, whose first day at Ithaca College is today!

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Chris Pollock will be leaving Ithaca College on August 11 to be the new Director of Communications and Marketing at Wells College. 

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The Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs (OSEMA) would like to congratulate Theresa Johnson on her new position as Director of Student Engagement at American International College in Springfield, MA! 

 

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It is with mixed emotion that I share the departure of our colleague Eric Weinhold from Ithaca College. On August 1st, Eric will be joining Wheaton College, Norton, MA as the Director of International Recruitment. Eric has been a member of the IC community since 2015.

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Bob Regan, our first director of the Keshishoglou Center for Global Communications Innovation and our executive-style master's degree has been recruited by Long Island University to direct its communications program.  Please join us in a warm send-off on Monday July 31 from 4-5:30 in Park 223.

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