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Posted on 1/15/2013 10:10:25 AM
A gift made through the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program will benefit local school students.
Pennsylvania American Water has given $2,500 to ArtsPath , an educational initiative operated by Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Lively Arts program. The Educational Improve
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If you have given to IUP's Annual Fund for five years running, you are a member of the newly established Loyalty Society.
Established this year, the IUP Loyalty Society recognizes committed IUP donors whose annual gifts serve as the foundation for universitywide growth. Those who have given to any area of the univ
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The Serafini Atrium was dedicated on Thursday, April 5, 2012, at Eberly College of Business and Information Technology .
The renovated atrium is part of a $1 million gift from Terry Serafini '61 (above with his wife, Janet), which includes the establishment of the Serafini Outstanding Scholars Program to pro
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A 1970 IUP graduate has established a scholarship in honor of a retired Mathematics professor.
Bob Strouse, of DuBois, has made a pledge to establish the Merle Stilwell Scholarship for Mathematics. The charitable foundation associated with Strouse’s employer, Illinois Tool Works, will match his gift.
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IUP's Safety Sciences Department recently became the beneficiary of two gifts from Alcoa and the Alcoa Foundation.
A $35,000 gift from Alcoa will directly benefit students through scholarships and the enhancement of lab and field experiences. It also will fund the expenses of a team of students who will compete i
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While graduating students are picking up their caps and gowns at the Salute to Grads event, they will be invited to make a gift of $20.11 to the Senior Giving Campaign. Those who do will be given a philanthropy cord to be worn during the ceremony. Gifts may be designated for use by any program or department on campus
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More than 250 students at the Indiana, Punxsutawney, and Northpointe campuses participated in IUP’s first Tuition Freedom Day on January 19, 2011.
The event, organized by the Office of Annual Giving , part of the University Relations Division , involved writing thank-you notes to donors who help to subsidize t
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From left, Jim Miller, chair of the Council of Trustees University Relations Committee; Tom Harley; Dr. M. Dorcas Clark; Patrice Harley; and David Osikowicz, chair of the Council of Trustees.
A reception area in the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex will be named in honor of Welcome to Indiana.
Posted on 9/17/2010 4:51:27 PM
An IUP graduate and his wife have donated $100,000 in support of the Department of Music to establish the IUP Scholarship Brass Quintet Award.
With their gift, Jim and Jamie Self, of Los Angeles, are offering scholarships to five students, who will be selected by Music faculty members specializing in brass. These
Posted on 9/10/2010 2:06:57 PM
Pictured, from left: Terry Carter, vice president for University Relations; David Werner, interim president; Bob Duey, Homer City Generating Station director; and John Mulroy, safety specialist at the generating station and an IUP English and Safety Sciences graduate.
IUP officials recently met with representati
Posted on 9/9/2010 3:15:46 PM
Michele Bratina, a doctoral student in Criminology from Jensen Beach, Florida, has received the first Dr. Imogene Moyer Scholarship.
Established by Ayn Embar-Seddon O'Reilly D’00 and her husband, Dan, of Pittsburgh, the scholarship is awarded to female doctoral candidates in Criminology and is meant to cover inc
Posted on 8/19/2010 11:02:47 AM
The Office of Annual Giving will conduct “Crimson Bag” lunches in IUP’s Pittsburgh office at noon Tuesday, June 15, 2010.
Attendees will receive complimentary lunch and an IUP reusable lunch tote. The purpose of the lunch will be to update Pittsburgh-area alumni about IUP’s tremendous campus renaissance, the nu
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Attention Class of 2009: Please join the Career Development Center , Annual Giving, the IUP Alumni Association , and the IUP Ambassadors for the Senior Send-off Picnic on Tuesday, April 28, 2009, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Location is the Sutton Porch and Lawn.
Free food and prizes
Posted on 4/27/2009 10:48:43 AM
The Class of 2009 has a great opportunity! Gifts to the 2009 Senior Gift Campaign will be go toward naming a component of the new Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex . This state-of-the-art facility will be visited by tens of thousands of people as they attend major entertainment and sporting events, and the
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Pennsylvania Department of General Services Secretary James P. Creedon and Indiana University of Pennsylvania President Dr. Tony Atwater on Dec. 4, 2008, announced that bid proposals have been awarded for the construction of the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex . Bids for the project initially came in at $5
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When Gibsonia resident Jerry Salandro was a graduate student at IUP in the 1970s, he did research that was the basis of advanced digital video technology now used in education and athletic programs across the country.
Salandro, president and CEO of IRIS Technologies in Greensburg, and his wife, Leslie, recently
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FirstEnergy Foundation has made a $20,000 contribution to the Foundation for IUP for the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex .
The donation will be used for construction costs for the facility, a 150,000-square foot building that will offer a 4,000- to 6,000-seat arena; athletic department administration
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