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Taking the LEED: Residential Revival Buildings Earn U.S. Green Building Certification

The eight newest student residential facilities—buildings from the recent $245 million Residential Revival—have earned Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification from the U.S. Green Building Certification Institute.

Posted on 9/19/2012 2:57:44 PM

Move-In, Other Events Mark Start of 2011–2012 Academic Year

As the start of the Fall semester approaches, IUP is gearing up for student move-in and other events that celebrate the new academic year and welcome new students into the community.

Posted on 8/5/2011 1:30:02 PM

Heritage Garden Dedicated; Garden Club’s Work Recognized

IUP and the Foundation for IUP formally dedicated the Heritage Garden on May 17, 2011, in front of the Northern Suites. It replaces the Touch and Smell Garden, which was removed during construction of the residence hall.

Posted on 5/17/2011 3:12:04 PM

Residential Revival Completion Celebrated; Building Named for Stephenson

The completion of the Residential Revival student housing project was marked with a ceremony October 8, 2010. Foundation board member Andrew W. Stephenson was honored with the naming of the Phase IV building in his honor.

Posted on 10/7/2010 4:50:25 PM

Residence Hall to Be Named for Stephenson

The naming of the Crimson Suites, the final building of the Residential Revival student housing project, as Andrew W. Stephenson Hall was approved Friday, September 17, 2010, by the Council of Trustees.

Posted on 9/16/2010 5:17:51 PM

Residence Hall Named for Trustee Wallwork

Trustee Gealy W. Wallwork, of Kittanning, was recognized December 4, 2009, with the naming in his honor of the residence hall formerly known as the Sutton Suites. Also, see a gallery of photos from the naming ceremony.

Posted on 12/8/2009 11:50:07 AM

Pratt Drive Section to Be Converted to Pedestrian Walkway

Pratt Drive between Grant and Locust streets will be converted to a pedestrian walkway to enhance safety around the Sutton Suites. Garman Avenue, which runs parallel to Pratt in this area, has been widened and otherwise improved to accommodate traffic.

Posted on 10/11/2009 11:59:19 PM