Dr. William H. Culp established a fund with the Foundation for IUP for the purpose of endowing the
William H. Culp Library Collection for Transpersonal Psychology. The gift will support the purchase of materials for the IUP Libraries benefiting students and faculty studying transpersonal psychology and counseling.
Dr. Culp graduated from IUP in 1957 with a B.S. in Mathematics Education. Upon his return from service in the Korean Conflict, Dr. Culp pursued his interests in psychology and counseling, completing an M.S. at Southern Illinois University and an Ed.D. at West Virginia University. He taught at IUP in the Counselor Education program from 1975 until his retirement in 1993. Dr. Culp opened a transpersonal retreat center, Intraconnections, near Delmont , Pa., and has served as president of the Pennsylvania Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling.
His generous gift is a commitment to ensuring that the library is able to purchase relevant and up-to-date materials in transpersonal psychology and counseling.
If you would like to support the Culp Collection, please consider making a tax deductible gift today to the IUP Library. It will be used for the purchase of additional materials for the Dr. William H. Culp Library Collection for Transpersonal Psychology (#0529). Please make your check payable to The Foundation for IUP and include account #0529 on the memo line of your check. Checks should be mailed to Foundation for IUP, 103 Sutton Hall, 1011 South Drive, Indiana, PA 15705.
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