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TB Testing Clinic, September 2
The IUP Health Service will hold its first scheduled TB test clinic of the semester on Tuesday, September 2.
First Season of Research Experience for Summer Scholars Hailed as a Success
At the end of its inaugural summer, the multifaceted Research Experience for Summer Scholars is applauded for bringing students together and fostering collaboration between students and faculty.
Testing for Full-Time IUP and Part-Time CMU Police Academies
The Criminal Justice Training Center will offer the next test at IUP for the part-time police academy at Carnegie Mellon University and the full-time IUP academy on Tuesday, September 9, 2014.
CDC Issues Travel Alert for Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention urges U.S. residents to avoid nonessential travel to Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia because of an unprecedented outbreak of Ebola.
Simmons Speaking at Lyme Disease and Tick Awareness Mini-Seminar
Tom Simmons, disease and vector ecologist in the Department of Biology, is an invited speaker at the Lyme Disease and Tick Awareness Mini-Seminar to be held on Wednesday, August 27.
Derry Invited to Exhibit in the 2014 Pittsburgh Biennial
Department of Art faculty member Sean Derry has been commissioned to premier a new sculpture at the 2014 Pittsburgh Biennial.
Tickets on Sale for Shakespeare Classic
Theater-by-the-Grove’s production of “Dr. Rick’s Traveling Shakespeare Show Presents The Tempest” will be on Waller Hall Mainstage, IUP Performing Arts Center, August 28–31 and September 4–7, 2014.
Guest Lecturer to Speak on Linguistic Stereotyping
Donald Rubin, professor emeritus at the University of Georgia, will present “Voices in Your Head: The Power of Prejudice in Speech Evaluation” on Wednesday, September 10, at 10:00 a.m. in Leonard Hall.
Tickets on Sale: Doc Severinsen
Tickets are now available for trumpet legend and master showman Doc Severinsen as the opening Ovations! series event for the year. Doc will be on hand Tuesday, September 16, 2014.
Biology Personnel Changes for 2014–2015
The Department of Biology is very happy to welcome several new faculty members, while we congratulate several others and say farewell to two of our colleagues.
Associate Deans Lend a Hand at CUSP Move-in
On Saturday, August 16, 2014 over 500 new IUP students participating in CUSP moved in to the residence halls. Associate deans were on hand to help the students and their families.
Women’s Leadership Development Series Holds Welcome Reception
Plan to attend the Women’s Leadership Development Series Welcome Reception on Tuesday, September 2, 2014.
Wednesday Workshops Focus on Professional Writing and Presentations
The Writing Center’s free Wednesday Workshop series for the fall 2014 semester will help students write professional documents or revise their work with help from a tutor.
Join Us in Welcoming New International Students to Campus
International Student Orientation starts Monday, August 18, 2014, with airport shuttles and a welcome party at 7:00 p.m. at the HUB. 
Mukasa Attends Summit on Africa at US Congress
Journalism professor Stan Mukasa was among those invited to Congress for the Growth and Opportunity in Africa Forum on August 5. 
Weinstein Presents Workshop on Mindful Reading and Writing at 2014 AEPL Conference
Daniel J. Weinstein  presented a workshop, “Freely, Aptly, Deeply: Sensitizing Student Writers to a Transcendent Vision of Textuality” at the 2014 Annual Conference of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning.
Opening of Academic Year to Be Followed by Crimson Café Ribbon Cutting, Picnic in the Grove
The annual Opening of the Academic Year event will take place Friday, August 22, 2014, at 9:00 a.m. in Fisher Auditorium. After remarks, join the university community in celebrating the opening of the Crimson Café.
Fall Semester Classes Begin: August 25, 2014
Don't forget to let Degree Works work for you! Degree Works is a Web-based, degree monitoring tool which assists students in viewing what requirements must be completed in order to graduate.
Mueller and Alumna Review “Faithiest” for the Journal of College and Character
Shannon O’Reilly, recent graduate of the Department of Student Affairs in Higher Education, and Professor John A. Mueller have published a book review in the latest issue of the Journal of College and Character.
Fall Student Employment Information
Payroll Services lists important information regarding fall student employment for 2014.