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Construction Update: Folger Steam Line Project
The contractor will begin placing construction fence on Wednesday, July 23, for the work to replace the steam line in front of Folger Hall, which will close the sidewalk and the pay-by-space parking spaces in front of Folger.
Wireless Certificate Update
On July 27, 2014, IUP will transition to a new wireless security certificate. The transition to the new certificate will impact some wireless devices on the network. Here is what to do with your device.
3 on 3 Basketball Tournament
Join in the friendly competition in a 3 on 3 basketball tournament on Friday, July 25, in Zink Gym B. Sign up in the fitness center as a team or free agent.
Wachob Presents on Public School Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices
David Wachob, Department of Kinesiology, Health, and Sport Science, presented “Teacher Beliefs and Practices about Learning: Discrepancies in the Field” at the 21st International Conference on Learning, July 14–17, 2014.
Poole Funded for Work with Community-based Development Project
Amanda Poole, Department of Anthropology, received a funding award from East Tennessee State University for her project, “IUP Appalachian Teaching Project.”
Anthropology Faculty and Student Lead Workshop on 3D Laser Scanning
Ben Ford, Beverley Chiarulli, and Marion Smeltzer led a workshop on 3D laser scanning at the joint meeting of the National Alliance of Preservation Commissions and the Pennsylvania Statewide Conference on Heritage in July 2014.
IUP Summer Open House Event Brings Hundreds to Campus
On Saturday, July 12, 2014, over 230 prospective students participated in the open house admissions program. The day included campus tours, an academic and student life fair, and visits to the dining and residence halls.
Teen Dating Violence Speaker Visits IUP
Gary Cuccia, executive director of the Demi Brae Cuccia Awareness Organization, will be on campus August 7 to share the story of his daughter’s tragic death in August 2007 by her ex-boyfriend just one day after her 16th birthday. The presentation is free and open to the public.
IUP Student or Visitor Injury Report
All students or visitors on campus are required to complete the “Student or Visitor Injury Report” when an injury is sustained on university property.  
Fall 2014 Billing Information
The first fall 2014 student bills will be issued on July 28. Students will have the option of paying their student account in full by August 20, or enrolling in a three-payment plan.
Deardorff Receives Faculty Professional Development Grant to Research Lava Flow Textures
Nick Deardorff, Department of Geoscience, received a PASSHE Faculty Professional Development Grant for his research on lava flow textures in Oregon.
Kovalchick Complex Named Third-Best Mid-Atlantic Venue
The Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex was ranked number three in the 2013 Mid-Atlantic Top Stops for venues with a capacity of 2,001–5,000 by Venues Today magazine.
Zimmerman Awarded Ricupero Memorial–Rustic Lodge Scholarship
Culinary arts student Joshua Zimmerman was awarded the Tony and Emma Ricupero Memorial–Rustic Lodge Scholarship for 2014.