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Electric Harp is Key to Wild Concert
The Lively Arts at IUP will present a return visit from Grammy-nominated electric jazz harpist Deborah Henson-Conant on December 4, 2014, in Fisher Auditorium of IUP’s Performing Arts Center.
IUP-TV to Broadcast Special IUP Center for Media Production Programs
A Thanksgiving football marathon and a special IRMC anniversary documentary are among special programming to run on IUP-TV, the student-run television station.
Don’t Forget: Wear Red for World AIDS Day
Wear red, the color for HIV/AIDS Awareness, on Monday, December 1, to honor World AIDS Day 2014.
Register for “What is Cloud Computing?”
This one-night workshop on Monday, December 1, will teach you the basics of cloud computing.
2014–15 Priority Snow Removal and Winter Accessibility
In preparation for the winter season, the Snow Removal Priority Plan has been reviewed and updated.
Reminder: Living With HIV Speaker on December 3
Attend “Living with HIV” on December 3 as Michael Hellman, an HIV/AIDS advocate and Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force speaker, discusses his experience.
“Fire in the Blood” Movie Screening on Thursday, December 4
This is the story of how Western pharmaceutical companies and governments aggressively blocked access to low-cost AIDS drugs for the countries of Africa and the global south in the years after 1996, and the improbable group of people who decided to fight back.
IUP Libraries Fall 2014 Newsletter Available
Read the fall newsletter from the IUP Libraries and learn about some big changes at the library.
Eberly Students Create Cards for Troops
Twenty students from the Eberly College of Business and Information Technology participated in a “Cards for Troops” service project on November 19, 2014. 
Accomplished Author and Filmmaker MK Asante Speaks to IUP Punxsutawney
Bestselling author, award-winning filmmaker, hip-hop artist, and professor MK Asante spoke to a standing-room-only crowd at the November 18 Six O’Clock Series.
Construction Notice: Brief Power Outage
Please be advised: On Saturday, December 6, at 1:30 p.m. there will be a brief power outage that will affect several buildings on campus.
Bowers, Scarton, and Venatta Present On Design Principles for Effective Learning Environments
Karen Scarton, Fredalene Bowers, and Susan Venatta presented “From the Door of Your Classroom” at the Early Childhood Education Summit held in State College in November 2014.
Poole Interviewed On “Permaculture Podcast”
Amanda Poole, Department of Anthropology, was interviewed by Scott Man about a project that students from her Cultural Ecology class are doing in partnership with the Indiana Community Garden.
Business Students Obtain Six Sigma Yellow Belts
The Six Sigma Yellow Belt training was presented by Operations Strategy Consulting for 15 students in the Eberly College of Business and Information Technology.
Homecoming Parade Committee Survey
Are you an IUP undergraduate or graduate student? Did you participate in the IUP Homecoming Parade? If so, the Homecoming Parade Committee invites you to partake in a short survey. 
Middle States Committee Thanks IUP Community for Participation in Survey
At the close of the IUP Middle States survey on Tuesday, November 11, 2014, 2,434 people completed all or part of the survey, giving the survey a 14.4 percent response rate.
Electro-Optics Experience Day, December 5
The Electro-Optics and Laser Engineering Technology program will host an Electro-Optics Experience Day for high school seniors who are interested in engineering and technology on Friday, December 5.
Community Service Opportunity
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program needs student and community volunteers to prepare tax returns for qualifying individuals and families in this area.
Congratulations to Mini MBA Certificate Program Graduates
Nineteen participants from nine different companies successfully completed the Mini MBA Certificate Program offered by the IUP Eberly College of Business and Information Technology at Northpointe.
Firestone Wins Johnstown Symphony Young Artist Competition
Saxophonist Richard Firestone, senior music education major, recently won the Johnstown Symphony Young Artist Competition.
2014 Love Your Body Poster Contest Winner
Health AWAREness congratulates Lauren Ravoira, the winner of the 2014 Love Your Body Poster Contest.
Did You Participate in the Homecoming Parade? Tell Us About It!
Are you an IUP undergraduate or graduate student? Did you participate in the 2014 IUP Homecoming Parade? If so, the Homecoming Parade Committee invites you to partake in a short survey regarding your experience.
Moore Publishes Book on Cyprus Research
Scott Moore, along with his co-authors William Caraher and David Pettegrew, published a book detailing their findings from 10 years of archaeological research at the site of Pyla-Koutsopetria, Cyprus.
Park, Losiewicz, McKee, and Amevuvor Present On Preparing Teachers to Teach English as an Additional Language
The title of the presentation is Meeting the Demands of an Increasing and Cultural Diversity: Preparing Teachers to Teach English as an Additional Language: A Critical Look at the US, the State, and the PASSHE, and the presentation focuses on Park's ongoing National TESOL study and subsequent institutional case study of IUP's MA TESOL program.
Townsend and students Present Research at Mesoamerican Biology and Conservation Congress in Honduras
A keynote address by Josiah Townsend, sponsored symposium, and student poster awards highlight IUP’s participation at the 2014 Congress of the Mesoamerican Society for Biology and Conservation (Sociedad Mesoamericanapara la Biologia y Conservacion).
Lorenzi Delivers Keynote at Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference
David Lorenzi, associate professor in the Department of Kinesiology, Health, and Sport Science, was an invited guest at the Vermont State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance 2014 conference.
Graduating Soon? Searching for Jobs? It’s Time to Talk Compensation
$tart $mart is an interactive workshop designed to give college women the confidence and skills they need to earn fair compensation. Thursday, December 4.
Home for the Holidays Workshop
Learn about some of the ways that you might prepare for this change and manage the stress of straddling your life at college and your life at home. Wednesday, December 3
Two Additional December Dates Added for IUP Full-Time and CMU Part-Time Police Academy Testing
The Criminal Justice Training Center is offering two additional testing dates at IUP for the part-time police academy at CMU and the full-time IUP academy.
Construction Update: Campus Central Chiller Plant Shut Down
Due to the cold weather we are experiencing, the Campus Central Chiller Plant has been shut down and will remain down to allow for the chiller plant expansion construction.
International Travel During Break
If you are planning to travel outside of the U.S., the Center for Health and Well-Being encourages you to check Centers for Disease Control (CDC) travel alerts and information before traveling.
Fashion Association Clothing Swap, December 2
The Fashion Association will be having a clothing swap after Thanksgiving break on  Tuesday, December 2 in the HUB Susquehanna Room from 6:00–9:00 p.m.
Six Alumni Receive 2014 Young Alumni Achievement Awards
Six IUP graduates were honored at the 2014 Young Alumni Achievement Awards luncheon on Monday, November 10.
IUP Ambassadors Announce 2014 Tuition Raffle Winners
The IUP Ambassadors, the student alumni association, held its annual tuition raffle this semester. Funds raised help support the activities of the organization, including support for scholarships and other philanthropic initiatives of the university. 
Matthews Lectures On Sleep for CNSM’s Science Inspires Series, Keeps Audience Wide Awake
Guest lecturer Karen Matthews shared her research on the connection between sleep and heart health during a well-attended Science Inspires series talk. The series will continue with a lecture by Raymond Pavloski in December.
Seybold Receives Grocery Store Tour Grant for Spring 2015 Semester
Jodie Seybold, a faculty member in the Department of Food and Nutrition, was awarded a Grocery Store Tour Grant through the Produce for Better Health Foundation.
Wong Doe Guest Artist at West Virginia Music Teachers Association State Conference
IUP Piano faculty member Henry Wong Doe was the guest artist at the 2014 West Virginia Music Teachers Association state conference, held at Fairmont State University, November 13–15.
Bouchat Gives Invited Talk at Joint Millersville, Franklin and Marshall Colloquium
Shelly Bouchat of the Mathematics Department presented "Paths, Resolutions, and Crayons? (Oh My!)" at a joint Millersville University/Franklin & Marshall College colloquium on November 13, 2014.
Talwar Publishes On Optical Properties of As-Grown InN/sapphire Films
Devki Talwar of the Physics Department published “Optical properties of plasma-assisted molecular beam epitaxy grown InN/sapphire” in the November 2014 issue of Optical Materials.
Laverick and Migyanka Publish Article on Artist Residencies for Pre-Student Teachers
DeAnna Laverick, Professional Studies in Education, and Joann Migyanka, Special Education and Clinical Services, co-authored “Artist Residencies and Field Experiences: Supporting Early Childhood Pre-Student Teachers' Knowledge and Pedagogy to Promote Arts-Based Learning.”
Stein Represents Commonwealth at National Council of State Boards
David Stein, vice chairman of the Pennsylvania Board of Examiners in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, updated the National Council on Pennsylvania’s new licensure act, as well as the new educational specialist certificate for school-based providers of speech and language services. 
Going Home for Break? Bring Red Clothing Back!
IUP will celebrate World AIDS Day on Monday, December 1, 2014. You can show your support by wearing red.