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College Briefs Sept. 9 | The Ithacan

IC business community is awarded to reach an outstanding level

The Beta Alpha Psi chapter of Ithaca College has been recognized as an outstanding level chapter by the International Beta Alpha Psi Board of Directors. Beta Alpha Psi is an international, non-profit honor and service organization for students of accounting, finance, and business analytics.

The college’s Beta Alpha Psi chapter achieved this recognition by attending professional events and providing services to local communities.

In addition, Beta Alpha Psi members achieved second place in the International Best Practices Community Investing Competition.

Students gave a presentation on designing and hosting a virtual educational lab.

The college is seeking student feedback regarding summer orientation

The Office of New Students and College Transition Programs are seeking orientation feedback from students, faculty, staff, and guidance staff from students who participated in the 2021 orientation.

The online survey is available at this link: https://ithaca.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_080zgzr30YbLsmq.

The survey provided by the office includes areas to present the highlights and concerns that members of the campus community had with mentoring, as well as any recommendations for future mentoring sessions.

A committee is seeking to submit applications from students for the design competition

The Martin Luther King Celebration Committee encourages all students to submit a design to be featured on the jersey that will be available to attendees at the MLK Celebration in January 2022.

Students can also submit a design on behalf of their student organization. Applications are due at 11:59 p.m. on September 26 and will be reviewed by the committee. The winner will be announced before the fall holidays. Designs can be submitted on IC Engage.

Physiotherapy clinic provides services to performance students

The free clinic will be open every Thursday from 10 a.m. to noon in the OT/PT Clinic in the Health Science Center, Room 401. Free injury assessments will be offered to all performing arts students.

Any musician or dancer experiencing pain may be evaluated by a therapist to receive helpful suggestions and to discuss whether further treatment is necessary. Musicians must bring their instruments.

All clinic attendees must complete a daily COVID-19 symptom check-up. Students will have to show their daily health badge. All others will be asked screening questions upon arrival.

Clinic members use extreme personal protective equipment in the clinic, including face coverings, masks and goggles. The clinic is also following recommended infection control measures to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19.

Students hold a weekly clinic to obtain personal financial information

The Personal Finance Clinic is run by students of Finance in the Wealth Management concentration. The clinic is available to any interested students who have questions regarding personal finance. The clinic will be held from 5-9 PM Monday through Thursday, 5-7 PM on Fridays and 2-4 PM on weekends. Located in Job Hall, Room 160.

The clinic is for information purposes and is not intended to provide investment advice. Students should consult their registered career planner for any specific financial service needs.

Arab American University branch contract held for interested faculty member

The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) Ithaca College will hold its first public meeting for the 2021-22 school year. The meeting will take place from 4 to 5 pm approximately on Friday 10 September. All interested faculty members are welcome to participate.

Agenda items at the meeting may include: a public statement on the presidential search process, approaches to crafting a more fully equitable governance structure, the status of the workload as a governance issue, the college’s COVID-19 protocols and the current financial position of the Institute.

Another potential agenda topic includes discussion of administrative and faculty collaboration issues related to a number of changes that occurred during the summer, such as the closure of the Academic Advising Center; Transferring the Department of Theater Arts to the James J. Whalen School of Music and tipping the hats for ICC related courses.

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