Please join the Economics Club and Sustainability Studies Program in welcoming Kyle Gracey to campus for a talk on career paths in sustainability and economics. Kyle will discuss his own career path and other significant
opportunities for sustainability related careers. Highlights of his education
and work include:
CHSS Room 112
Dr. Kyle Gracey, Truman Scholarship Ambassador, will be at IUP to give an informational talk about the Harry Truman Scholarship including the application process and the impact of the scholarship on his career on Wednesday, October 24th from 3:00-4:00pm in the HSS building.
The scholarship, in the amount of $30,000, is for graduate education. It is awarded to juniors who have and extensive record of campus and community service, a commitment to a career in government or the nonprofit and advocacy sectors, strong communication skills, and a strong academic record.
It is never too early to begin thinking about your resume and life after IUP. Dr. Stephanie Jozefowicz will discuss tips for building a resume and taking advantage of the many opportunities available on campus and off campus to distinguish yourself from other job/internship candidates. Sample resumes from previous IUP economics students will be shared with the group. Attend this meeting in order to make the most of the 2009-2010 academic year at IUP. Four years go by faster than you think!
Judy Conlin of Wisconsin Public Schools is giving a workshop titled "Listening, Hearing, and the Win-Win Perspective". This is the first in a series of events for 'The Elephant in the Room: Conversation and Action for Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity in the Classroom and Beyond'. Completion of four events earns a Certificate of Training in Diversity and Inclusion.
HSS, room number provided upon registration
Learn about the law school application process including components of the law school application, deadlines, and tips. The workshop is free, but you must register by sending an email to email@example.com by October 25.
in front of IUP Library
We will gather and
stand - visibly and unapologetically- on the first class day of each
to represent our
commitment to the values of
respect, and tolerance for all, regardless of
race, ethnicity, religion, immigration status, national origin, gender
identity, sexual orientation, social class, or ability. Upcoming dates
are Oct 1, Nov 1, and Dec 3.
Come as you are able. Bring your own signs or adopt one of ours.
are welcome- faculty, students, staff, members of the community.
HSS, room number sent upon registration
Most law school applications require a personal statement, but provide little information about length or topic. Learn what a personal statement is, what law schools are looking for, and tips for writing a personal statement that will set you apart from the crow. The workshop is free, but you must register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, November 1, 2018.
IUP's Reflective Practice project is giving a workshop titled "Facilitating Challenging Conversations in the Classroom: Preparing for the Unexpected or Unimaginable". This is the second in a series of events for 'The Elephant in the Room: Conversation and Action for Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity in the Classroom and Beyond'. Completion of four events earns a Certificate of Training in Diversity and Inclusion. This event is only open to IUP faculty.
Rachel DeSoto-Jackson and Carrie Cole from IUP's Department of Theater and Dance are giving a workshop titled "Improv/Performance and De-Escalation". This is the third in a series of events for 'The Elephant in the Room: Conversation and Action for Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity in the Classroom and Beyond'. Completion of four events earns a Certificate of Training in Diversity and Inclusion.
Dr. John Shaver, University of Otago, New Zealand. The cross-cultural ubiquity of religion suggests that the benefits of religion outweigh the costs. But do all members of social groups pay costs equally? And are all members of societies equally likely to benefit? This talk explores these issues with quantitative ethnographic and health data collected in a remote Fijian village, as well as among Tamil Hindus living in Mauritius.