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Kovalchick Complex Completes Indebtedness Payment
IUP has completed a $28.6-million payment for indebtedness related to the construction and bond financing of the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex.
Steampunk Gala Coming to Museum
President and Mrs. Michael A. Driscoll invite you to save the date for the 2014 University Museum Gala: “Hot Iron: A Victorian Industrial Fantasy,” on Friday, September 26.
Construction Update: Print Center Access
Access to the University Print Center has been permanently changed to the ground-floor doors facing the Cogeneration Plant.
Construction Update: Water Service Suspended for Humanities Building Waterline Installation
Water will be turned off for several campus buildings at 6:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 26, as a result of the Humanities Building construction. It is expected to be back on by 4:00 p.m. the same day.
Jeffords Explores the Role of Constitutional Environmental Rights Provisions on Environmental Outcomes
Christopher Jeffords, Department of Economics, co-authored a recent working paper, “Do Constitutions Matter? The Effects of Constitutional Environmental Rights Provisions on Environmental Outcomes.”
Mueller and Alumna Publish Book on Multiculturalism in Higher Education
John A. Mueller, Student Affairs in Higher Education, is co-author of the newly released Jossey-Bass book, Creating Multicultural Change on Campus.
Keystone Rep Presents Sinister Musical
Keystone Repertory Theater presents the award-winning musical “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” on July 31–August 2 at the Indiana Theater in downtown Indiana.
Lowery Publishes on Commercials in College Bowl Games
John Wesley Lowery, Student Affairs in Higher Education, has published the article “Selling College: A Longitudinal Study of American College Football Bowl Game Public Service Announcements” in the Journal of Marketing for Higher Education.
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 23, 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.
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.