Campus Bulletins

  • MARTI Introduces New Latina Health Resource Initiative
    Mujeres Latinas en Busca de Salud is a new website created by MARTI as a resource to provide information on a variety of health-related topics that affect Latina women in the United States.
    ArtsPath Hosts Regional Poetry Out Loud Competition
    ArtsPath, the arts-in-education program of the College of Fine Arts and the Lively Arts at IUP, will host one of 14 regional Poetry Out Loud competitions on Monday, February 15, that will determine who will represent each region at the state POL competition. The public is invited, and admission is free.
    Garcia Reviews Funding Proposals as Part of NIH HDEP Study Section
    Victor Garcia, director of MARTI and distinguished university professor in the Department of Anthropology, recently reviewed funding proposals as an invited member of the National Institutes of Health’s Health Disparities and Equity Promotion Study Section.
    Lively Arts Hosts Dance Masterclass and Auditions with RIOULT Dance NY
    The renowned dance company RIOULT Dance NY will present a special masterclass for dance students, ages 9–12, on Thursday, February 18, in the Rehearsal Studio of the IUP Performing Arts Center.
    Chemistry Seminar Speaker to Discuss 3D Printing of Medicines
    Chemistry graduate student Ravi Desai will discuss “3D Printing of Medicines: Engineering Novel Oral Devices with Unique Design and Drug Release Characteristics” on February 15, 2016, in room 240 Weyandt Hall from 3:35 to 4:35 p.m.
    American Classic Next for Theater-by-the-Grove
    Theater-by-the-Grove at IUP will present the Eugene O’Neill American classic “The Hairy Ape” on February 18–20 and 24–27 at 8:00 p.m., and Sunday, February 21 at 2:00 p.m. on the Waller Hall Mainstage of IUP’s Performing Arts Center.
    Jeffords Co-Contributes to United Nations Report on Implementing Environmental Rights
    Chris Jeffords (Department of Economics) and Josh Gellers (University of North Florida) submitted a brief report outlining the reasons why countries adopt constitutional environmental rights provisions and the subsequent effects said provisions have (or do not have) on environmental outcomes.
    IUP Students Attend Model NATO
    IUP students Vincent Campisano, Vincent Lopez, Greg Berdis, Joe Hutzulak, Kaleb Ratzer, and Rachel Krueger will spend February 11–14 in Washington, D.C. representing various members of NATO member Slovakia’s government in the committee deliberations of NATO’s role in current international events at the 2016 International Model NATO simulation.
    Find Your Future at the IUP Majors Fair, February 16
    Not sure about your major? Attend the IUP Major Fair on Tuesday, February 16, from 6:30–8:30 p.m. at the Hadley Union Building, Ohio Room.
    Disability Advocate/Employer to Have Booth at IUP Career Fair
    Bender Consulting, an advocate/employer for people with disabilities, will have a booth at the IUP Career Fair on Tuesday, February 16, at the KCAC.