225 Humanities and Social Sciences Building
Dr. Paul Finkelman will present, "The Hidden History of Civil Rights in the North", a public lecture to celebrate Black History Month and the 209th Anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's Birthday.
Room 101 Stabley
Public Relations Student Society of America -- IUP Chapter. For additional information, Contact Kirsten Schlorff, PRSSA V.P., at email@example.com.
PhD Candidate Meghan Hurley hosts the viewing of an episode of Black Mirror, the popular dystopian/sci-fi anthology series that is often considered the 21st-century Twilight Zone. Thurs., Feb 22, 5:30pm, HSS 225. Free refreshments. Attendance vouchers available.
Caleb Moore is a 2007 graduate of IUP with degrees in Finance and Economics. Caleb is the Vice President of Credit Systems at First Commonwealth Bank. He oversees an awesome team of five highly skilled individuals (three Analysts
& two Administrators) since 2010. This team calculates the largest estimate
in the bank (ALLL - Allowance for Loan and Lease Losses), creates
financial/forecasting models, creates advanced reports, leads various
projects across the company, automates, and solves various quandaries. In short,
they are a tight knit problem solving group.
Currently, Caleb is the President of the Indiana County YMCA Board where
he has served in various capacities over the last four years. He also serves on
his local church's board. At present, he is pursuing an Executive MBA from IUP
(Monroeville). Past jobs include S&T Bank (Credit Analyst, Business
Analysts & Credit Risk Analyst), Mellon/BNY Mellon (Derivatives Operations
Specialist), and TNS (Market Research). He graduated from IUP in 2007 with a
degree in Finance and Economics. This has all been possible from the support of
his wife and children over the past (nearly) 14 years.
Please welcome Caleb as he discusses how getting a well-rounded education at IUP can help students adapt to the professional working world!
Deadline to apply for the Women's Leadership Award is noon on Friday, March 2, 2018.