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Do you know a woman-identified student leader currently in her sophomore year at Ithaca College? Please consider recommending her for this incredible opportunity with the BOLD Women's Leadership Network.

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The Provost is seeking applicants for three positions supporting academic programs and faculty to start at the conclusion of the spring 2019 semester. 

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Hi, my name is Sue-Je Gage, Associate Professor at Ithaca College. I am recruiting faculty members without supervisory roles from across campus to participate in a study on how conflicts are addressed and resolved on campus. The goal of this study is to create a conflict resolution map for our campus to better help our campus community members understand where they can go to address conflicts. The study involves conducting focus group interviews of about 6-10 members for each of the three constituent groups: faculty, staff and students. Focus groups with staff and students will be held at different sessions. Please email me with your interest in attending this session. 

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SUPERvision: Student Employee Evaluations

The Experiential Learning Alliance invites professional and administrative support staff who supervise student employees to our second program, “SUPERvision: Student Employee Evaluations”, happening on Friday, March 22nd from 12pm – 1pm in Klingenstein Lounge.

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  At graduation, we recognize our first-gen graduating seniors (and this year, graduate students) at Commencement with a first-gen cord.

 

This year, a great idea was brought up to us-- we would like to offer first-gen faculty a cord to wear with their academic regalia. 

 What a wonderful way to show students our proud first-gen community at both Commencement and at New Student Convocation!  

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In partnership with Information Technologies, Office of the Registrar and Office of the Provost, HomerConnect is launching new applications for faculty.

Please save the date for training as follows:

Monday, March 18th 5:30pm-6:30pm Textor 101

Tuesday, March 26th 12:10pm-1:05pm Textor 101

Or to learn more please come see the HomerConnect 9 showcase at Ed Tech Day, March 21 from 9:00am until 3:00pm in Emerson Suites.

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 Do you know a woman-identified student leader currently in her sophomore year at Ithaca College? Please consider recommending her for this incredible opportunity with the BOLD Women's Leadership Network. 

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 At graduation, we recognize our first-gen graduating seniors (and this year, graduate students) at Commencement with a first-gen cord.

This year, a great idea was brought up to us-- we would like to offer first-gen faculty a cord to wear with their academic regalia. 

 

 What a wonderful way to show students our proud first-gen community at both Commencement and at New Student Convocation!  

 

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After 12:00pm on March 12, faculty will be able to post midterm grades in the new HomerConnect 9 application. Click here for a quick video tutorial. Midterm grades can be posted until 10pm on March 20, 2019.

This is an opportunity to prepare for easy final grading by ensuring that:

o   You can access HomerConnect 9?

o   All of the students attending your class are on your class roster?

o   All of the students on your class roster are attending your class?

If you have issues with any of the above situations please email registrar@ithaca.edu or call 607-274-3127.

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We would like your help to better understand how students and faculty are using technology in and out of the classroom. We have partnered with EDUCAUSE, a major not-for-profit professional organization that focuses on IT in higher education, for their annual Student and Faculty Technology Surveys.

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Please join the Department of Occupational Therapy Monday, March 18, 2019 from 9:00am-3:30pm for a day of presentations from our remarkable graduate students on their research projects!

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Everyone can be a teacher and everyone a learner.  That's the idea between MIND, the new Presidential Seed Grant initiative.  We are actively seeking students, faculty, and staff to participate in what we are calling a, dual-directional mentoring program.  You can mentor a student but you also will have the opportunity help a student learn to BE a mentor to you in an area where they have expertise!

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The Women’s Mentoring Network is excited to announce the spring 2019 Coffee Conversation Series, with topics selected and hosted by women across campus.

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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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You can recommend students to become a Peer Leader for ICSM courses this fall, and also request one to assist during your Common Hour!

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Supervisors of student employees are invited to come together on Monday, February 25th from 12pm - 1pm in Klingenstein Lounge for Student Employment Enhancement’s first SUPERvision series: Navigating Tough Conversations.  

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The Women’s Mentoring Network is proud to announce the spring 2019 Coffee Conversation Series, with topics selected and hosted by women across campus.

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Full-time, continuing faculty members are invited to submit proposals to the Center for Faculty Excellence for CFRD released time during the Spring 2020 semester.

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Sarah Sutton is interviewed in the current issue of Interalia, an art and science magazine by the editor Richard Bright.

www.interaliamag.org/interviews/sarah-sutton/

The Center for Faculty Excellence and the Faculty Development Committee seek nominations for Ithaca College’s annual Faculty Excellence Awards. We will offer six, $1,500 awards and welcome ALL faculty nominations. The deadline for all supporting materials is Monday, February 25th, 2019.

Please refer to the Center For Faculty Excellence website for more information on submission requirements and how to submit via the FEA Submission Site.