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The staff of the Center for LGBT Education, Outreach and Services knows that being back at home can be wonderful, but sometimes stressful. And we know some students may be staying on campus or nearby during the break, too. The Thanksgiving break resources page includes additional helpful information including how to find the nearest LGBT community center to your home community or wherever this break may take you, national hotline information, and more.

Some students may consider this particular break as a possible time to come out to family and friends. Coming out is a highly individual, personal process. Only you can know when or whether it's the right time for you. This 

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Career Services, HSHP, and HPAC are pleased to partner on a Trek to Golisano Children's Hospital.  The purpose of this trip is to give students an inside look into an organization that for 10 years has been providing innovative and family centered care for children in the Central New York region.

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You have 1 day left to RSVP for the IC Student Leadership Conference!

RSVP by Friday before 5:00 PM 

 

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This year, students can choose from a variety of service immersion experiences that give students the opportunity to travel and make a difference in communities across the United States.

This spring’s (March 7 - 14, 2020) locations include:

  • Environmental Stewardship in Point Reyes, CA
  • Food Security in Washington, DC
  • Park Preservation at Kiptopeke State Park, VA
  • Youth Arts Programs in Providence, RI
  • Interfaith Center of Greater Philadelphia, PA

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Learn legal and public policy writing for Writing Intensive (WI) credit next semester in Writing for the Professions (WRTG-31100, CRN 43162).

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The Cancer Experience- Elective being offered to all majors by the Occupational Therapy department

This is a three-credit elective (ICC Social Sciences; Identities & Mind, Body, Spirit themes) open to students in all majors in the spring semester.

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 Winter session runs from January 6-17, 2020 and is ONLINE. Registration is open now.

 

 

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This is the last week to RSVP for the IC Student Leadership Conference! 

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This year, students can choose from a variety of service immersion experiences that give students the opportunity to travel and make a difference in communities across the United States.

This spring’s (March 7 - 14, 2020) locations include:

  • Environmental Stewardship in Point Reyes, CA
  • Food Security in Washington, DC
  • Park Preservation at Kiptopeke State Park, VA
  • Youth Arts Programs in Providence, RI
  • Interfaith Center of Greater Philadelphia, PA

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The Center for Health Promotion has partnered with A Massage Station of Ithaca to bring chair massages to IC students.

When? Tuesday, November 19th, noon-3:00 pm

Where? Center For Health Promotion, on the lower level of Hammond Health Center. (Enter from the parking lot side of the building, walk down the staircase, and turn right down the hallway).

Cost: $1 per minute (pre-pay via PayPal or credit card )

Sign up for 10, 20 or 30 minutes of massage - it's easy! Visit the Center for Health Promotion website for more information:

https://www.ithaca.edu/sacl/healthpromotion/massage/

Get your appointment before all the slots are filled!

 

   

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Head to Campus Well by Student Health 101 to learn more about what chemicals are in e-cigarettes and how that could be affecting your health. 

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Head to Chipotle TONIGHT, from 5pm-9pm. 

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Career Services is pleased to welcome two organizations to campus both aligned with sustainability:  The Earth Institute of Columbia University (graduate program) & The Libra Group (PAID summer internship).

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This Thursday (11/21, 12-1:30PM), Ithaca College is hosting the Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce’s Networking at Noon event.  In addition to networking and lunch, there will be a panel presentation on the Arts & Culture industry sector.  Career Services is pleased to sponsor 10 student to attend the event and spots are still available.  If you are interested in attending, please e-mail John Fracchia at jfracchia@ithaca.edu. 

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Please join us for a Transgender Day of Remembrance Gathering to honor and mourn transgender and gender non-conforming people whose lives have been lost to violence this past year in the US. It will take place on Wednesday November 20 in Muller Chapel. It will begin at 12:15 PM and end at 12:50 PM.

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Come talk about how film can work as a kind of religion all by itself, and also how visual techniques can communicate religious meaning. 

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Take Educational Psychology ONLINE through Ithaca College during the WINTER 2020 SESSION (January 6 - 17, 2020) FROM HOME

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. This course is required for the Education Studies Minor and the Teacher Education preparation track.

To enroll, search course number EDUC 21010 01: Educational Psychology for WINTER 2020 term on Homerconnect. Online registration will remain open for add/drop by matriculated students until 11:59 pm January 6, 2020. A 30% tuition discount is applied to winter session undergraduate tuition charges.

Contact Dr. Christine Havens-Hafer at chavenshafer@ithaca.edu for more information about the course.

The following History courses have seats:

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Try a History course!  The following courses have available seats:

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Need to study a language? How about taking Latin 102? 

Elementary Latin II is being offered in the Spring on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2:35-3:50.

The course can be used for the Identities theme.

Read about the myths of ancient Rome in the original language.

Improve your English vocabulary.

Latin will help HSHP students and Pre-law students understand their specialized vocabulary.

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