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: July 2009

Princeton Review Includes IUP in “Best 371 Colleges”

The Princeton Review has included IUP in the 2010 edition of  The Best 371 Colleges and selected IUP as a “Best Northeastern College.” This is the ninth consecutive year IUP has been selected for the annual guidebook. The “Best Northeastern Colleges” listing identifies “some of the colleges and universities that w

Posted on 7/29/2009 1:47:37 PM

Health Services Administration Program to Receive Grant Funds for Recruitment

IUP will receive $13,859 through the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Foundation’s Highmark Healthcare Academic Program Development for the master’s program in Health Services Administration. The funding proposal was submitted by Dr. Jennie Bullard, from the  Department of Employment and Labor Relation

Posted on 7/27/2009 4:03:11 PM

Kovalchick Complex to Receive Funding for Flood-Control Measures

Indiana University of Pennsylvania received $2.12 million through Pennsylvania’s H20 PA water-related infrastructure renewal program for the  Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex . The funds are from the $800 million H2O PA fund that Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell signed into law in July. The KCAC is one of

Posted on 7/23/2009 4:12:43 PM

Council of Trustees Appointment, Reappointment Announced

Dr. Tony Atwater, IUP president, and Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell have announced the state Senate’s confirmation on July 16, 2009, of a  Council of Trustees  appointment and reappointment. Jonathan B. Mack, of Indiana, was nominated as a new member of the Council of Trustees and the current Trustees chai

Posted on 7/22/2009 4:15:39 PM

Eberly Selects Outstanding Business Professional, Entrepreneur

The  Eberly College of Business and Information Technology  recently selected Chuck Leyh, chairman and president of Enterprise Bank, Allison Park, as the 2009 Outstanding Business Professional and David G. Bluemling, CEO of Malin Bergquist, as the 2009 Outstanding Entrepreneur. They were recognized on July 13 at Lo

Posted on 7/15/2009 3:42:28 PM

Spring 2009 Dean’s List

Undergraduate students receive recognition on the  Dean’s List  for each semester (or summer sessions cumulatively) in which they earn at least a 3.25 grade-point average based on at least 12 semester hours of graded (not pass-fail) coursework. Students named to the Dean’s List are listed alphabetically by county o

Posted on 7/9/2009 2:44:58 PM

Child and Family Studies Program to Be Offered in Monroeville

Indiana University of Pennsylvania will offer a part-time bachelor’s degree program in  Child and Family Studies  at its center in Monroeville. IUP at Monroeville  is at 400 Penn Center Boulevard, Building Four, Suite 900, Wilkins Township. Those interested in the program are asked to attend an orientation and

Posted on 7/9/2009 12:05:11 PM

Global Spectrum to Manage Convention Center’s Ed Fry Arena

Indiana University of Pennsylvania has selected Global Spectrum, a leading firm for managing university arenas and a subsidiary of Comcast-Spectacor, to manage, market, and operate the Ed Fry Arena in the  Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex . “Through the proven talent and expertise of Global Spectrum, the

Posted on 7/7/2009 2:17:43 PM

Residential Revival Phase IV Groundbreaking

The Foundation for Indiana University of Pennsylvania and IUP broke ground July 7, 2009, for the final phase of the  Residential Revival  project, a $270 million public-private collaboration that is the largest of its kind in the nation. (See a  photo gallery from the groundbreaking and demolition  so far.) T

Posted on 7/7/2009 2:05:48 PM

Picnics in the Grove Continue July 8 with Contemporary Music

Weekly picnics in the Oak Grove will continue on July 8, 2009, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. with contemporary music.

Posted on 7/2/2009 3:00:00 PM

Governors Quad Demolition Photographs

University photographer  Keith Boyer has provided these photographs of the recent demolition of Lawrence, Scranton, and Shafer halls, known as the Governors Quad. The residence halls are being cleared to make way for the Crimson Suites, a 596-bed facility to be completed by Fall 2010. The project marks the star

Posted on 7/1/2009 9:22:11 AM

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