The Frederick Douglass Institute for Intercultural Research at Indiana University of Pennsylvania is an interdisciplinary, campus-wide body that serves as a resource for information about, and advocacy on issues related to, equity and diversity at IUP.
The Institute at IUP is a member of the
Frederick Douglass Institute Partnership, which is present across 14 campuses in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education and seeks
to support the growth, development, and success of students and faculty throughout the state.
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