The mission of the IUP Center for Northern Appalachian Studies is to provide a locus for the enhanced understanding and appreciation of the richness of our region’s diverse cultural heritage. The Center will function as an open arena for the pursuit of these goals. Its work will include the creation of educational outreach programs, the development of historical archives, and the facilitation of community-based activities.
Students meet with Earl Gohl of the Appalachian Regional Commission
John Osborn presents on our ATP project in Harrisburg
Bear Creations performs at the Second Annual Northern Appalachian Folk Festival
The Second Annual Northern Appalachian Folk Festival in Indiana, PA
First Annual Seed Swap at IUP
2014 ATP Community Partners- the Indiana Community Garden
The purpose of this seed swap is to connect the students of IUP’s campus with the surrounding community through seeds and the stories that come with them.
The Journal of Appalachian Studies announces a special two-year forum on sustainable economic development in Appalachia, starting with the journal’s spring 2016 (Vol 22, No 1) issue and ending with the fall 2017 (Vol 23, No 2) issue.
Jim Nance Photo Exhibition Opens September 5
IUP Delegation to Participate in Appalachian Teaching Project Symposium in Washington, D.C.
Yoga Featured at Third Annual Northern Appalachian Folk Festival
Carlos Barata to Kick Off Weekend of Music at Northern Appalachian Folk Festival
Storytelling and Liars Contest to be Held at Northern Appalachian Folk Festival
Economic Report to be Presented at Northern Appalachian Folk Festival
Rusted Root and Coastal Remedy Headlining at the Northern Appalachian Folk Festival, Sept. 11–12
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