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Final exams are scheduled to be administered beginning Monday, December 18th through Friday, December 22nd at 10pm. 

 

Given that Winter Break will begin Saturday, December 23rd, we are respectfully requesting that faculty (or appointed designee) pick up Friday’s (Dec. 22nd) proctored exams no later than 9pm, directly from SAS  (100 Rothschild Place).  You may call our office 607-274-1005 to confirm that your exams are ready for you to pick-up. 

 

Monday through Thursday of Finals Week (December 18 – 21), SAS will follow the regular process of returning final exams to the respective Dean's offices the following business day.  Picking up finals from SAS will only be necessary on Friday, December 22nd.

 

 

We certainly appreciate your partnership in this process.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact Leslie Reid, manager of SAS prior to final exams.

 

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“The faculty of voluntarily bringing back a wandering attention, over and over again, is the very root of judgement, character and will. An education which should improve this faculty would be the education par excellence.”                 -William James (1890/1950)

 

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The Office of the Registrar in partnership with Academic Affairs is excited to announce the launch of a new paperless system for course and program additions or revisions.

There are still open spaces for faculty or staff to sign up.

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The IC Mock Trial Team is looking for faculty or staff that would be interested in participating as a judge at our annual tournament.

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Please join the Central NY Fulbright Association Chapter on Tuesday, December 12 at 7pm for the Hangar Theatre’s exciting new production of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol—a new adaptation by Cornell University’s Aoise Stratford starring Fulbright alumnus David Studwell as Ebenezer Scrooge. The performance will be followed by a private wine and cheese reception with members of the cast.

 

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 Estimating your travel related to Ithaca College employment.

 

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The deadline for summer sessions 2018 undergraduate course proposals is November 15th.

If you'd like to propose a summer session undergraduate course, contact your department chair for approval to be included in the department's submissions.

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On behalf of Career Services and the Exploratory Program, thank you to all who participated in making the 2017 Majors and Minors Fair so successful! We had a record 658 attendees this year, not including the student and faculty representatives of the programs and student volunteers. 

 

 

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Saturday, November 11, the Cortaca Jug game will be held on our campus. This is one of our largest events, and we are expecting an attendance of more than 10,000 students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors for this year's game.

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Join us for our first Contemplative Cafe in the Center for Faculty Excellence, where we will have monthly presentations and/or discussions about the uses of contemplative pedagogy in our classes.
(Sponsored by the Contemplative Pedagogy Working Group)  

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 Teaching and Learning with Technology (IT) would like to invite instructors interested in learning more about how others use Sakai to the Sakai Virtual Conference on Tuesday, November 14th hosted by Apereo Foundation, the non-profit organization which develops and sustains open source software. This faculty-friendly event is targeted toward the teaching and learning aspects of using Sakai, but technical topics are also covered.  TLT is willing to cover the registration costs for any faculty member who would like to get an online access key to participate in some or all of the conference from anywhere.

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 Teaching and Learning with Technology invites faculty members to discuss pedagogy and research in Digital Humanities through a national online panel, followed by an IC discussion facilitated by Dr. Gary Wells, Associate Professor, Department of Art History. 

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Research Forum
Placing and Displacing Memories: Globalizing Visual and Sonic Histories

Monday, November 13, 2017
Clark Lounge, Campus Center,  Ithaca College
9:00 am–11:00 am

This international forum engages faculty from a range of disciplines across Ithaca College to address the question of what happens to site-specific memories and histories when mediated in the era of uneven globalization. As historical events, places, and nations are increasingly understood as embedded within wider networks of transnational and other global connections, this interactive, discussion-driven forum explores how visual and sonic media reflect as well as intervene in this transition. It explores a series of questions, case studies, and dialogues.

Faculty-led conversation and dialogue. Students are welcome to come and observe.

Convenors: Matt Holtmeier, Sueyoung Park Primiano, Andrew Utterson, Patricia Zimmermann (MASS)

To sign up, contact Patricia Zimmermann at patty@ithaca.edu

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We are pleased to share a new Threads@CFE blog post, recommended reading by Elizabeth Barre, Associate Director at the Center for Teaching Excellence at Rice University, on a frequent conundrum: the expectation for student out of class workload.

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You are invited to an open meeting for faculty and staff to participate in a Mock Middle States Reaccreditation Review on Thursday, November 16th, from 4:30-5:30 pm in Textor 101.

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The deadline for summer sessions 2018 undergraduate course proposals is November 15th.

If you'd like to propose a summer session undergraduate course, contact your department chair for approval to be included in the department's submissions.

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The Office of International Programs and Extended Studies would like to invite all faculty and staff to attend our upcoming workshop designed to assist in the development of short-term study abroad programs.  The workshop will be held on Thursday, November 9, from 2:30-4:30 pm in 312 Job Hall.

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Have questions about taking a course at Cornell through the ICCU Exchange Program? Join me online for an interactive presentation and Q&A. Staff, faculty and students welcome.

Email oes@ithaca.edu to receive a reminder. 

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Contributed on behalf of Warren Calderone, Director, Corporate and Foundation Relations and Sponsored Research

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