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ICIC 14000-01 Character: Developing Habits for Good

Instructors: Mead Loop and Jack Powers

M6:50 – 9:30, January 22 – February 19

CRN 43275

 

ICIC 14000-02 Character: Developing Habits for Good

Instructors: Jason Hamilton and Bob Sullivan

TR5:25 - 6:40, January 23 – February 22

CRN 43276

 

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Thursday, November 9
6-9 PM
Iger Room, School of Music

The workshop will be split into two 90 minute segments:
First half: being a composer and music supervisor for films like Danka (2017), Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (2013), Bachelorette (2012), Sleeping with Other People (2015)

Second half: composing commercials, for Superbowl, Working w agencies, etc..

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Muller Chapel, Friday, Nov. 10, from 1:45pm  to 3:00pm

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On Wednesday, November 8th, from 6-8 PM students are invited to Klingenstein Lounge for the second in a four-part Ask Big Questions Campus Conversations (ABQ) series.

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Real-Talk Luncheons allow students to meet influential staff and faculty within Ithaca Colleges community.

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We are pleased that the fair was a fun and interactive way for you to explore and learn about your major and minor options.

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ICIC 13000-01 Creativity: Transforming Insights into Ideas

Instructors: Debbie Rifkin and Luke Keller

T4-6:40, January 23 – February 20

CRN 43273

 

ICIC 13000-02 Creativity: Transforming Insights into Ideas

Instructors: Mary Ann Erickson and Kurt Komaromi

T6:50 – 9:30, January 23 – February 20

CRN 43274

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If you will be studying abroad in the Winter or Spring of 2018 on ANY affiliated, non-affiliated, or exchange program (NOT the London Center), you must attend one or two study abroad orientations, as well as meet with an adviser in the Office of International Programs (OIP) to go over required Ithaca College paperwork.

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How to find SPR 2018 Salsa I, Salsa II, Swing, Ballroom Classes to Register in Schedulizer & Homerconnect

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Are you a photographer and/ or a creative writer? Want to see what can happen when you put the two in conversation? Enroll in Image and Text next semester! Taught by Nidaa Aboulhosn (Photography) and Katie Marks (Writing), Image and Text (CNPH 30418) is a special topics course which will explore the intersection of photography and creative writing.

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The online submission process for faculty sponsors and students to submit an abstract for the 21st Annual James J. Whalen Symposium will open on Monday, November 6.   

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Order your limited edition 2017 Cortaca mug from the Center for Print Production.
This is the winning student design printed on 2 sides of an 11 oz mug for $8.99 plus tax using a dye sublimation process.

Order from the Print Production IC office catalog of inventory items in WebCRD.

Students can order through the Print Production IC Office catalog, Student Access in WebCRD.  Prepay for your order with funds on your ID Express card and select delivery to the Library!

Go Bombers!

Muller Chapel, Friday, Nov. 10, from 1:45-3:00pm

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Film Festivals and Blogging: FLEFF 2018
Dr. Patricia R. Zimmermann
CRN 43244 HNRS 20051 T 6:50-9:30 

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Are you ready to travel and make a difference next March!

OSEMA's Alternative Breaks program will give you the chance to gain personal and professional growth through direct volunteer experience, place-based learning, and teamwork. Students can apply to lead a trip, as well!

This year, ASB will take place from March 10th - March 17th, 2018. To learn more about this unique opportunity, check out the ASB website!

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ICIC 12000-04 Insight: Combining Expertise

Topic: What’s Your Why?

Description: What motivates us? What gives us determination, focus, and courage? How do we find meaning? How do we develop our “whys?” Why do we act in certain ways and why do we chose not to act? Uncover how experts developed their “whys” and what motivates them to pursue their disciplines.

Instructors: Jacqueline Winslow and Sean Reid

TR 4-5:15, January 23 – February 22

CRN 43272

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Follow this link to vote! http://readsh101.com/pumpkinspice/ithaca.html

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A limited number of GMAT Exam fee waivers are available to qualified, currently enrolled, Ithaca College students on a first come, first served basis.

Students can stop in to Career Services for an application or fill it out online and email.

Find the application here.

Contact Cheryl Rotyliano with questions or to submit your application:
crotyliano@ithaca.edu
607-274-3310
101 Muller

Educational Psychology will be offered as an online course for the Winter 2018 Session. Sign up for EDUC 21010 when registration opens!

 

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ICIC 12000-03 Insight: Combining Expertise

Topic: Running Risks

Description: What risks do you take in life? Do you like to play it safe or live out on the edge?  What risks should governments and and other institutions protect us from? Risk is a part of life. We'll explore its meanings and consequences. 

Instructors: Tom Shevory and Stewart Auyash

TR 4-5:15, January 23 – February 22

CRN 43271

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