Honors College graduate Jeremy Guillette has been hired as a digital scholarship facilitator at Harvard.
Cook Honors College students spent time in conversation with visiting Tibetan monks after enjoying dinner together last week. The head monk, Khentrul Rinpoche, led an informal question and answer session dealing with spirituality, education, and (briefly) video games.
Two IUP Cook Honors College students, Mitchell DeRubis, a junior Economics/Mathematics major, and Christian Minich, a senior Economics and Philosophy double major, won Best Undergraduate Paper at the Pennsylvania Economic Association’s annual conference.
Their paper, entitled “Access to Formal Credit and Rura
As the daughter of an IUP professor, senior Robin Beisel was always told that college is what you make of it. She was this year’s recipient of the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties (APSCUF) scholarship, and has certainly made something of her four years in the Honors College at IUP.
Rachel Snyder, a Psychology major in the Cook Honors College at Indiana University of Pennsylvania , is heading into her final year of undergraduate study. She is now facing a new challenge—preparing for graduate school. There is no better way to ensure that you are ready for the challenges of an intense graduate
This summer, an English major from the Robert E. Cook Honors College at IUP is heading to Cambridge to participate in the Pembroke-King’s Programme. Several weeks ago, Elizabeth Elmore, a sophomore at IUP, was accepted to the program and offered a tuition scholarship for the Creative Writing and Hist