An interdisciplinary, campuswide body that
serves as a resource for information about equity and diversity at IUP and, through advocacy, seeks to support the growth, development, and success of students and faculty.
MARTI engages in research, training, and outreach related to veterans’ reintegration, family and mental
health issues, alcohol and drug abuse treatment, and domestic violence intervention.
IMAPS develops knowledge and expertise in archiving, recording, and referencing historical coal mine maps. It also provides valuable applied internship and employment experiences to students, works with federal and state agencies, and advances methodologies in preserving and processing mine maps.
The Center for Northern Appalachian Studies provides a locus for the enhanced understanding and appreciation of the richness of our region’s diverse cultural heritage by creating educational outreach programs, developing historical archives, and facilitating community activities related to these goals.
ALS-RTC is an applied, interdisciplinary center that supports sponsored research, program evaluation, policy analysis, technology transfer, and training.
Archaeological Services offers consultation, on-site surveys, evaluations, and full excavations of significant sites, with a focus on the Upper Ohio Valley.
The Center for Film Studies is designed to develop opportunities for grant funding to support the study and production of film and media scholarship at IUP. The center works to organize events of academic cultural enrichment to our campus and region and increase Indiana’s and IUP’s attractiveness as a location for understanding film history and culture.
The DHC supports scholarship, proof-of-concept explorations, and project applications of digital technologies in humanistic inquiry. It aims to facilitate conversation, collaboration, and resource sharing in order to make connections between new technologies and traditional knowledge areas.
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