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Distinguished Alumni to Be Honored

Twelve IUP alumni will be honored at the Distinguished Alumni Awards dinner in April, sponsored by the IUP Alumni Association:

  • Charlene Mickens Dukes ’80, College of Humanities and Social Sciences
    President, Prince George’s Community College
  • Stephanie Lambidakis ’81, College of Humanities and Social Sciences
    Producer/Reporter, CBS News
  • Daniel Larkin ’82, College of Humanities and Social Sciences
    Unit Chief, FBIHQ Cyber Division, Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Richard Macedonia ’66, College of Education and Educational Technology
    CEO Emeritus, Sodexho, Incorporated
  • Edna McCutcheon ’74, College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
    CEO, Torrance State Hospital
  • Stephen Pasierb ’84, M’86, College of Education and Educational Technology
    President and CEO, The Partnership for a Drug-Free America
  • David Reddecliff ’82, College of Humanities and Social Sciences
    President, IUP Alumni Association
    Chief of Staff, Pennsylvania House of Representatives, Office of Republican Whip
  • Alberto Rey ’82, College of Fine Arts
    Distinguished Professor, Visual Arts and New Media, State University of New York at Fredonia
  • Thomas Rumbaugh ’81, Eberly College of Business and Information Technology
    Economic Advisor, International Monetary Fund
  • Jerry Salandro M’76, School of Graduate Studies and Research
    President and CEO, IRIS Technologies, Incorporated
  • Ruth Shirey ’65, College of Education and Educational Technology
    Retired Professor, Geography and Regional Planning, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • Jeffrey Shockey ’80, College of Health and Human Services
    Corporate Safety Director, Alcoa, Inc.

A welcome reception for the award recipients will be held April 4 at Breezedale Alumni Center, and the awards gala will take place April 5 in John Sutton Hall’s Blue Room.