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OPENING A NEW YEAR: President Michael Driscoll Discusses How IUP Positively Impacts the World, Stresses Combined Efforts
STRETCHING THEIR MINDS: High
School Students from Across the Country Opened Their Minds Through Higher Learning and Critical Thinking at the Summer Honors Program
TESLA OPPORTUNITY: Safety Health and Environmental Applied Sciences Major Tyler Campbell Contributed to Safety at Tesla as an Intern Last Summer
DINOSAUR MURDER MYSTERY: Professor Jonathan Warnock Took a Group of IUP Students to the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry in Utah to Get Research Experience
HANDS-ON OPPORTUNITIES: Professor David Chambers Serves as Faculty Leader to IUP Students at the Democratic National Convention Through a Washington Center Program
Saturday Update: Last Day of New Student Move-in, Happening at the HUB
IUP Recognized in Forbes's 'Top Colleges' and Money Magazine's 'Best Colleges'
Poole Briefs U.S. State Department on Eritrean Migrant Crisis
Beeken Elected As Pennsylvania Music Educator Association District Three Vice President
Lowery Presents on Campus Security, Due Process, and Legislative Issues
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Mary Chey, Class of 2017, Biology, Cell and Molecular Biology major, Biochemistry minor
“In ELR, we always had to be an advocate for both the union and the management in our mock disputes and contract negotiations. I apply that mentality in my interactions with candidates and recommendations for process change.”
Ryan Kenney ’13, MA in Employment and Labor Relations, Employment Specialist in Talent Acquisition for the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
“I left the Theater Department at IUP having worked on upwards of 20 productions, big and small. Not many young theater professionals entering the workforce can say that.”
Geoff Maus ’11, BA in Theater, stage manager in New York, NY
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Hilary Seserko ’13, third-grade teacher at A.G. Richardson Elementary School, Culpeper County Public Schools, Virginia
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