Description: Personal statements are an important
component of applying to jobs, internships, or graduate schools. This workshop
will help students plan and write a draft of a personal statement.
Humanities and Social Sciences building, Rm. 219
This workshop has been canceled.
This workshop will explore examples of real myths, marvels,
Examples can range from examples in literature (such as
Frankenstein’s monster, magical realism, miracle narratives and plays,
retellings of myth, animism, and more) to documented examples of popular myths
(like creature myths such as Sasquatch, dragons, and fairy tales), historical
or archeological research focusing on the mythic, and theories surrounding how
the mythic, marvelous, and monstrous are represented in literature, society and
Panelists: Theresa Smith (Religious Studies), Benjamin Ford and Abigail
This workshop is free and open to the community.
Learn more about the Dessy-Roffman
Myth Collaborative series of spring workshops at IUP.
Description: Most students will need a resume at
some point during or after their college years, and they can learn new features
in MS Word that will make their resume distinctive. Students can get started on
one during this workshop, or polish up one they've already written.
Humanities and Social Sciences Building, Rm. 114
This meeting has been
postponed. The new meeting date will be announced soon.
Rachel DeSoto-Jackson will host this workshop, part of the Elephant in the Room series: Conversation and Action for
Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity in the Classroom and Beyond.
The series is a partnership between Women’s and Gender Studies and the Center for Teaching Excellence.