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Looking to fulfill required credits during the SUMMER 2019 session (May 13-24, 2019) from home? Take Educational Psychology ONLINE through Ithaca College! 

Educational Psychology explores the study of human development from infancy through adolescence, including cognitive and behavioral approaches to learning in the context of school and other instructional situations. Educational Psychology is required for the Education Studies Minor and the Teacher Education Preparation track.

VoiceThreads about each reading are posted daily, giving an overview of the main theories and concepts. In addition, daily assignments and quizzes are posted in advance of their due date, allowing students to schedule their completion of work on Sakai by the deadlines.

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Students welcome! If you earned income in 2018 and need to file a tax return, VITA is available to you. Before you come, check if you are being claimed as a dependent on your parents tax returns. We can still file your return either way.

**International taxpayers, please email Ithaca College provides international tax prep at a separate location on campus.

The on-campus VITA clinic for free tax preparation* services is open! Please schedule an appointment at: or

The clinic will be open Mondays 1:00 -3:30pm, Tuesdays 10:00 - 1:00pm, and Thursdays 2:30 - 5:30pm.

Remember to bring a current drivers license or other photo identification.

*Free tax preparation services are available for income less than $55,000

Standing tall at 4’8″, Sonia is one of the last remaining Holocaust survivors in Kansas City and one of the only survivors there who speaks publicly about her wartime experience. Sonia’s enormous personality and fragile frame mask the horrors she endured.

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Steven Hess, a Pittsford resident, and Holocaust survivor will tell his personal story of survival at Ithaca College on Wednesday, April 3rd at 7 PM in Textor 102.

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Hi, my name is Sue-Je Gage, Associate Professor at Ithaca College. I am recruiting students members 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 faculty will be held at different sessions.

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This course explores philosophical theories about how language works and how it shapes the ways that we understand the world, communicate with and treat each other. In particular, this course focuses on pragmatic contents and the power of words beyond their literal meanings in various contexts.


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Tuesday, March 26, 12:10-1:00 PM
219 Job Hall

  • Join us for pizza and learn more about the Aging Studies major and minor
  • Chat with faculty and current students about courses and careers


Thursday March 28th
Noon- 1PM, Park 223

Mark your calendar for March 28th, noon-1 pm. IC alumni Leza Raffel , president of The Communication Solutions Group will be introducing students to a panel of Ithaca nonprofit organizations that all seek communication support from IC students. Learn about unique ways you can apply your skills to real-world projects and internships with these organizations AND build your resume while doing so.


Groundswell Center
I.C. Office of Public Safety YMCA of Ithaca
IC Center for Civic Engagement

Complimentary lunch will be provided.
Space is limited so please RSVP by March 27th.
RSVP to or call 215-884-6499. 

There is still time to apply to be a Jumpstart Leader!

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Join us Thursday March 21st in Campus Center for our first ever Ed Tech Day Career and Internship Expo! This is a new collaboration between IT and Career Services in honor of the 29th Ed Tech Day program!

Session 1: 9-11am

Session 2 12-2pm

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 Applying for jobs is hard, don't do it alone!

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Now you can through IC HEARD! 

IC HEARD is having its FIRST EVER fundraiser. We are selling Krispy Kreme Donuts, 8$ a dozen, to directly support our arts programming at MacCormick Secure Center. Donut Day is on March 25th!

ORDER NOW! Tabling Campus Center all week or email or azendano@ithaca.eduVenmo accepted!

IC HEARD volunteers weekly at the juvenile detention center, providing creative arts programming to the residents there! We like to do a variety of art projects and we would like to expand our capabilities and invest in the residents’ ARTISTIC EXPRESSION!

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Spectrum Networks will be hosting a recruiting workshop on March 21st in the Park Auditorium, 12:05 PM - 1:05 PM

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Looking for a summer job? Check out YMCA Camp Gorham!

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 ICIC 10000 Integration: Connecting the Disciplines

How will we meet the complex challenges of the 21st century? We will need to find ways to combine insights and ideas from many fields of study and to use them creatively. Concepts and tools from systems science and design can help us do this. They are introduced through a series of engaging learning activities. Pass/Fail. 1 credit. No prerequisites. LA.



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Are you a female or woman identified student in your sophomore year? Consider applying to be a part of the BOLD Program at IC!


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Attend the info session today to learn more about being a BOLD Scholar.  

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What is 3 Day Startup? (

3DS is an opportunity to teach students how to start companies through self directed learning. Over the 3 day event, 45-50 participants will be selected to come up with ideas and form teams to develop their own startup company. Throughout the process, mentors will be able to help guide the team’s progress and help them create a polished final pitch to panelists. For 9 years, over 350 programs at over 150 schools have been launched to create a network of over 12,000 3DS alumni.


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Are you a Women's and Gender Studies minor? Are you interested in becoming one?  

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Work with kids, meet artists and writers, get a free t-shirt!


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