IC One Love invites you and your friends to join an event! This Tuesday (4/24) at 6pm in a Taughannock Falls Room you can learn how to become a pro-social and effective bystander! RSVP on Orgsync for SLI credit or just show up! All are welcome!
IC Circle K is a volunteer group dedicated to service, leadership, and friendship. They have weekly meetings where they complete in-house service projects that are then sent out to a place in need in the community, and they also provide members with opportunities to volunteer at other events happening both on and off campus.
The club is looking for people to apply to their eBoard for the fall! Students that are just interested in joining our club as a GBM okay too and you can always contact them at email@example.com
Below is the eBoard application link:
Tonight, from 6-9 PM, the Honors Senior Banquet is at La Tourelle! We hope that all of our Senior Honorites have a great time!!!
If any seniors want to take pictures of the event, send them to the honors blog at firstname.lastname@example.org and your pictures will get posted on the blog!
The Honors Program is so happy that all of you who went on the NYC Trip had so much fun! Check out some of the pictures below and do not worry because it is not too late to share your own pictures! (send them to TTAYLOR6@ithaca.edu)
On Thursday, April 19, 2018 at 7:30pm in Business 104, Dr. Nicole Hassoun, associate professor of philosophy at Binghamton University, will give a talk on how the human right to health can inspire creative progress on the goal of increasing health care access for the global poor. The talk is free and open to the public.
Dr. Hassoun is the author of Globalization and Global Justice: Shrinking Distance, Expanding Obligations (Cambridge University Press, 2012) and Global Health Impact: Extending Access on Essential Medicines for the Poor (Oxford University Press, forthcoming).
The author of over 70 articles in professional journals, Dr. Hassoun is also the head of the Global Health Impact Project, which aims to extend access to medicines to the global poor.
Individuals with disabilities requiring accomodations for the lecture should contact Rachel Wagner at email@example.com. We ask that accomodations be made as soon as possible.
Speak up and speak out! Share your thoughts and concerns at the Student Forum on Campus Affairs on April 18th at 5pm in the Taughannock Falls Room!
Thank you to all of the people who joined Honors at the Spring Swing and we hope you had a great time! Check out some photos of the event below! And shout out to Ashley Stalnecker ’21, for taking these pictures!