Honors FYI: Anthropology Summer Program

“Smells like Fieldwork: Methods in Sensory Anthropology” will be offered as part of the Off the Beaten Track summer field school this summer in Gozo, Malta, run by Oberlin College. This unit offers a range of activities, excursions, and readings designed to help students attend to how their culturally specific modes of perception affect ethnographic fieldwork and to explore methods for understanding alternative ways of sensing the world.

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FYI: New WGST course on Islam and Feminism

omen’s and Gender Studies will be bringing Shehnaz Haqqani, Ph.D. Candidate (at UT, Austin) to campus next year (AY 2017-2018) as a Dissertation Diversity Fellow.   She will be teaching a course on Islam and Feminism, a one-time offering for the Fall, to be scheduled on T/Th 4-5:15. The course is not listed on HomerConnect, but it will be taking place at the scheduled time. For more information, contact Carla Golden at golden@ithaca.edu.

IC Honors: Weekly Learning Opportunities

At 6:00 tonight in the Klingenstein Lounge, the third CSCRE Discussion Series event, “Struggles and Achievements of Generation Z” will take place.

The First Generation Student Organization will host its First Generation Alumni Panel Wednesday from 8:00 to 9:30 p.m. in Campus Center Klingenstein Lounge. The panel will provide current first generation students (and their peers) a chance to interact with First Generation Alumni and learn about their journey during their time at Ithaca College. Refreshments will be provided.

At the Creative Space Gallery on the Commons, a reception will be held Thursday, April 4 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. to celebrate the opening of “Visualizing Space-Time: A Collaboration of Art + Physics,” featuring the work of students in Intermediate/Advanced Drawing and Modern Physics.

A reading of IC alumnus Nick Gandiello’s play The Blameless will take place Friday, April 7 at 6:30 p.m. in the Handwerker Gallery.


IC Honors: Pizza, Fellowships, and Grants, Oh My!

Tomorrow, Thursday March 23rd at 12:15pm in Friends 201 the Honors Program invites you to an informational session about External Grants and Fellowships.

Professor Hugh Egan and student Yena Seo will share their expertise about how to apply for grants and fellowships– the Fulbright, Rhodes, Truman, Marshall and others.

It’s never too early to start learning about how to get resources to support your biggest dreams and projects.  All are welcome, from first years to seniors.

There will be pizza.


IC Honors: Upcoming Events

Honors has a full slate of events taking place over the next two weeks. Be sure not to miss them!

  • Tomorrow at 4:30 p.m. in the Clark Lounge, the Course Expo will take place. Come learn about all of the Honors classes being offered next semester!
  • Thursday, March 23rd at 12:15 in Friends 201, there will be a presentation about applying for external grants, including Fulbrights.
  • Tickets for the NYC trip 4/1 will go on sale Monday, March 27th at 12:00. The cost of the trip is $20 and covers admission to the MoMA and Kinky Boots.
  • Also March 27 is our annual Spring Swing, which will take place in Emerson Suites from 7:30 to 10:00. Come by for dancing and snacks!

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