Student Organization Mixer in the Student Activities Center on Friday, November 5 from 12 pm – 2 pm on the 3rd floor of the Campus Center. There will be a ton of free food (pizza, subs, etc.), gift card prizes, and some fun activities.
2021 Leadership Summit on Saturday, November 6. Features speakers focusing on the event theme: fostering happiness. Starts at 10 am with a breakfast spread from Ithaca Bakery available and goes until 12:45 pm. If any students need SLI/Career Connection (school of business) credit – they can knock all 3 of those out by attending this. The bios of the speakers are available on the website now, the program will be available early next week with their presentation descriptions.
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How do you build an authentic brand as an advocate for equity and move beyond performative social media? Join fellow equity-minded at Evolve: Developing Your Brand for Justice and Equity, as our hosts will examine how social justice movements have been pushed into the online sphere and social media has been leveraged as a force for good.
At the event, influencer and activist, Pattie Gonia, will host a workshop on how to create real world impact in the new movement of online advocacy and changemaking. Join fellow equity-minded at the event:
Next Tuesday and Thursday from about 12:15-12:45 in Park 277, the following speakers are presenting via Zoom, and all CMD and Park students are invited.
Tuesday Oct 26 John Sangimino, CMD (OCLD) alum – Senior Expert in Learning Design at McKinsey & Co – will be talking about careers in professional services / consulting companies related to change management in areas such as sustainability, DEI, etc.
Thursday Oct 28 Angelique Lewis Director, Sustainability, Corporate Advocacy, Astellas, Vice President, Astellas Global Health Foundation – she’s worked in corporate citizenship, global community relations and CSR and Astellas which is a Japanese-based global pharmaceutical company – she will be talking about her career path and trends in corporate CSR
Career Services is seeking the assistance of the campus community in encouraging members of the class of 2021 to complete the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) First Destination Survey. This annual survey, used by colleges and universities across the United States, helps us to identify graduates who may need career support, provides insights into the post-graduate experience of our most recent class, and provides helpful information to prospective students and families.
This is just a friendly reminder that applications for the Social Action Leadership Retreat (SALR) will close Monday, October 11th. The retreat is an immersive and interactive experience for students to strengthen their activism, reflect on their identity, build connections and much more.
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Take a Breather: in person, in Job 209, on Tuesdays at 12:15-12:30 when classes are in session. An opportunity for everyone in the international community to take a break from their busy schedule, connect, and participate in a brief stress-reduction mindfulness activity.
Mindful IC drop-in Guided Meditations: in person, in Muller Chapel, at noon on Monday, Wednesday and Friday while classes are in session.
Self-Compassion Meditation practice: on Zoom, 12:30-12:50 on Thursdays, 10/07-11/11. All sessions will be offered online via Zoom. You can use the enclosed QR code or click over to the link below to register – that way you will receive the Zoom link you need to join. https://forms.gle/q9atY3UA3mC4mvzN6
CAPS Anxiety Tool BoxWeekly Groups. There are 2 groups, both are on Zoom, on Tuesdays 5-5:50 pm and on Wednesdays at 11-11:50 am. Available to all students, you do not need to be a CAPS client to attend.
Shows stream live Saturday, October 2nd at 11:00am-Noon, 1:00-2:00pm, and 3:00-4:00pm or stop by the broadcast tent located Infront of Home Dairy Ally on the Ithaca Commons to watch the shows in-person. Tours of the broadcast control room for alumni will be available between shows. Apple Harvest Festival will host plenty of farm stand fresh apples and produce, delectable apple and seasonal baked goods, a variety of food trucks offering tasty bites, and a craft fair with artisans from around the region. There will also be live music and entertainment, plus a cider trail to enjoy refreshing cider in store and plenty of great apple and apples-inspired products for sale inside shops in and around Downtown. https://www.downtownithaca.com/apple-harvest-festival/
This livestream production is made possible by students from the Roy H. Park School of Communications currently enrolled in the TVR40003, Special Media Topics in Live Event Production Course instructed by Professor Chrissy Guest. This is an award-winning advance television course that focuses on live event broadcasting. Students produce, plan and implement on location broadcasts while exploring production concepts and theories such as producing live events, segment producing, production management, engineering, multimedia design and web-based broadcasting/livestreaming. https://www.ithaca.edu/academics/roy-h-park-school-communications