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Ithaca College faculty and staff members are invited to attend the men’s and women’s basketball games on Saturday, Feb. 2 at 2 and 4 p.m. inside Ben Light Gymnasium for Faculty/Staff Appreciation Day. Ithaca, who will play Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, will also be honoring their seniors prior to the start of each game.

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Last year's Symposium was a great success because of all the support we received.  If you are able to join us this year for the 22nd Annual Whalen Symposium, on April 2, 2019,  as a Moderator, Time Keeper, Finalist Judge, Volunteer and/or Abstract Reviewer we'd be glad to have you.  


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Submitted on behalf of Edward Cluett, Chair of the Institutional Biosafety Committee

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As we close in on the last few days of our MLK Celebration week, this is a reminder that there are still plenty of events to attend before the week is through!

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So that both faculty and students have a clear sense of when ICC course designations are effective, CCR has established deadlines for proposal submission. 

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Central to the success of the Whalen Symposium, we need the contributions of experienced faculty who can bring their expertise to the process. 

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 Join us at the Rochester Auditorium Theatre on January 27.

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Career Services is excited to introduce our transition to Career Interest Communities. We are now offering more specialized career programming tailored to help student's explore career paths, identify and apply for opportunities, and cultivate personalized networks that shape their professional journey.  

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Submitted on behalf of Edward Cluett, Chair of the Institutional Biosafety Committee.

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Howard Ross is a lifelong social justice advocate and considered one of the world’s most influential thought leaders on identifying and addressing unconscious bias. Howard has specialized in the synthesis of neuro-cognitive and social science research and direct application regarding Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and Accessibility work. To learn more about Mr. Ross, we've included a short video link to his Transforming Connection presentation.

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 Join us at the Auditorium Theatre in Rochester. 

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 All writers can benefit from a second reader. At the Writing Center, trained faculty and peer tutors work with folks at any stage of the writing process, from pre-writing through drafting, revising, and editing.

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The Office of Human Resources would like to invite all faculty and staff to celebrate the New Year and the start of the semester at the Winter Luncheon on January 16th. 

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NVivo qualitative data analysis software is now available on the computers located in the Data Analytics Lab, Friends 102, for faculty, staff and students who need to complete research projects.  

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Why Use Learning Reflective Journals as a Tool for Teaching? 

There are several goals for Learning Reflective Journals (LRJ):  to encourage students to write more outside the classroom, and to get students to think more consciously about what happens, or should occur inside the classroom (E.g., the levels and types of class discussions and debates) by bringing their private thoughts to the public classroom setting.

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Incomplete grades: can be submitted by faculty via workflow until Sunday, December 30, at noon. Any incomplete grades submitted after this date need to be submitted via paper form.

Grade Changes: Once a grade has been rolled the only way to modify the grade is via a grade change.  Grade Changes can be submitted by faculty via workflow.  The Grade Change workflow for Fall grading will be available starting December 19.  Grade changes cannot be submitted from Sunday, December 30, at noon until noon on January 2nd. After noon on January 2nd workflow will be available again for grade changes.

Final GPA and Academic Standing: will be completed by noon on Wednesday, January 2nd. (Please note: all grade processing including grade submissions and grade changes will be unavailable from December 30 at noon until January 2, at noon).

If you have any questions please contact Office of the Registrar at

Thank you.

 All grades are due by Sunday, December 30, at noon. 

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Library staff is now accepting reserve requests for spring 2019. New this semester, submit reserve requests through the reading list tool Leganto. 

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 How to prepare:

Ensure you can login to HomerConnect prior to Friday, December 14. If you need assistance please contact asap.

Review your roster: Are all of the students attending your class on the roster? Do you have students that have never attended? If you have questions regarding the status of the students on your roster contact before Friday, December 14. This will reduce the number of NGS grades.

Intercollegiate Athletics PALS courses: please be sure all of the students on your roster are active members of your team. If they are not, please contact

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Please join your colleagues for the ECEI, a year of focused inquiry. This opportunity begins with a mandatory full group Institute orientation, Monday, January 14, 2019, 8:30 am-1:00 pm, in Gannett 319.

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