Photo Gallery, Spring 2013

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The Cheers Continue

Daylight waned, but not fan support, as the IUP football team defeated Shippensburg to win the PSAC title in November in Miller Stadium

Daylight waned, but not fan support, as the IUP football team defeated Shippensburg to win the PSAC title in November in Miller Stadium. [Keith Boyer]

Sutton Sounds

As seen from the balcony of Gorell Recital Hall, Carl Rahkonen, music librarian, on viola, and Edwin Fry, professor emeritus of music, on piano, rehearsed Friday mornings for several weeks leading up to their March 28 concert, Elegies and Meditations: In Remembrance of Our Teachers and Friends, in Gorell. Music professor Jason Worzbyt was to join them on bassoon. [Keith Boyer]

Ruth’s House

Former IUP associate director of athletics Ruth Podbielski, center, was honored during a Title IX 40th anniversary celebration at a women’s basketball game February 2. With her, from left, are Carolyn Thompson M’80, former women’s basketball coach, Hannah McCarthy ’68, M’76, and Michael Driscoll, IUP president.

Former IUP associate director of athletics Ruth Podbielski, center, was honored during a Title IX 40th anniversary celebration at a women’s basketball game February 2. With her, from left, are Carolyn Thompson M’80, former women’s basketball coach, Hannah McCarthy ’68, M’76, and Michael Driscoll, IUP president. [Keith Boyer]

International Relations: Share Your Memories

This photo of the International Relations Club appeared in the 1971 Oak. If you know the identity of any of these students or have a story about the club to share, Harrison Wick, IUP Special Collections librarian and university archivist, would love to hear from you. He’s also interested in acquiring IUP memorabilia, photographs, or scrapbooks. Contact him by e-mail at hwick@iup.edu. Find out more information about IUP Special Collections.

Making History

Darryl Webb ’11 became the first player in the history of IUP men’s basketball to have his number (15) retired. The two-time All-American and 2011 Division II Player of the Year was honored before a game against California in February. Michael Driscoll, IUP president, is at left. [Keith Boyer]

Scholarship Raises the Bar

Prospective students and their parents milled about the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex’s DeChurch Lobby in February during one of two interview sessions for the new Sutton Scholarship program, designed to attract and reward high-achieving students. More than 400 students in all interviewed for roughly 200 scholarship awards for fall 2013.

Prospective students and their parents milled about the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex’s DeChurch Lobby in February during one of two interview sessions for the new Sutton Scholarship program, designed to attract and reward high-achieving students. More than 400 students in all interviewed for roughly 200 scholarship awards for fall 2013. [Keith Boyer]

More from the Spring 2013 Issue of IUP Magazine

On Top of Marcellus Shale

On Top of Marcellus Shale

IUP expertise is tapped in shale gas boom

There for Life’s End

There for Life’s End

Bob Anderson ’67 helps people who are dying, whether it’s at the bedside or disaster site

Message from the President

IUP operates with accountability and efficiency—and we continually strive to improve our performance.

Namedroppers | Achievements | Mentors

Letters to the Editor | In Brief

Just Like Old Times

Coach Curt Cignetti has fast returned IUP football to a tradition of success--one he knows well

Performance Has Its Rewards

IUP has always embraced the challenge of performance-based rewards from Harrisburg

Alumni on the Admissions Beat

Putting a face on IUP for prospective students around the country

The Johnson and Johnson of Art

Professor George Johnson and his wife, Julie, leave a beautiful campus legacy