Campus Bulletins

  • President Driscoll’s Next Open Forum, April 29
    President Driscoll’s next Open Forum to take questions from IUP faculty, staff, and students on issues of their choosing will be on Friday, April 29, 2016 from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. in Gorell Recital Hall.
    Still Time to Register for James G. Mill Fitness Center 5K Run/Walk on Saturday: Earn 25 Healthy U Points
    The James G. Mill Center for Health and Fitness in Zink Hall is hosting its sixth annual 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, April 30. The 5K is entirely on the Hoodlebug Trail. Faculty that participate in this event will receive 25 Healthy U points!
    Community Music School Presents Young Voices Concert
    The IUP Community Music School will present a Young Voices concert at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 30, 2016, in DiCicco Hall, Cogswell Hall, on the IUP main campus. The program will feature private students from the school’s voice studios, as well as the Crimson Youth and Voice choirs.
    Spring 2016 ACE Department Newsletter
    The spring 2016 Communicator covers Lucinda Willis’ recent trip to India, introduces a new ACE faculty member, and spotlights the retiring ARIN program coordinator, Elizabeth Rafferty.
    Student Ceramics Sale, April 28-30
    The IUP Clay Club will be hosting a Ceramics Sale Thursday, April 28, through Saturday, April 30, in the Robertshaw Building.
    Anthropology Undergrads Make a Splash at Annual PASSHE Undergraduate Anthropology Conference
    Undergraduate students representing IUP’s Anthropology Department presented papers and posters this past weekend (April 23-24, 2016) and demonstrated outstanding scholarship and exceptional anthropological inquiry.
    Carnival for CURE on April 30
    CURE International at IUP will be hosing a Carnival on Saturday, April 30 starting at 5:00 p.m.in the Indiana Theatre.
    Invitation to Groundbreaking and Sutton Bench Unveiling
    President Michael Driscoll invites you to attend the North Dining Groundbreaking Ceremony on Thursday, May 5, 2016, at 11:30 a.m. under the canopy in the grassy area between Wallwork Hall and the Keith Hall construction site, followed by the unveiling of the Sutton Bench and a reception in the Blue Room of John Sutton Hall.
    Sociology Students to Hold Poverty Simulation Friday, April 29
    The half-day Poverty Simulation Workshop is a unique and memorable learning experience offered to IUP and Indiana community members, with the intention of helping them gain greater empathy and knowledge about poverty and the daunting challenges it creates for students and their families.
    Psychology Day on Friday, April 29
    Psychology Day is a new, day-long event packed with research talks by faculty members and students, panel discussions with practicum supervisors and IUP alumni about practicum opportunities, careers, employment, and graduate studies, and much more. Psychology Day is aimed at psychology students, but offers something for everyone at IUP, and the campus community is invited to attend.