in the library outside of Java City
The Sociology Club will be raising funding for victims of Hurricane Irma, specifically those in the Caribbean.
Humanities and Social Sciences Building, Room 125
Dr. Marveta Ryan-Sams will provide information about the Cuba study abroad program planned for May 12–24, 2018.
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Join the WGS Club and learn about women and gender issues on campus and around the world.
Time: 6:30Location: Stabley Library, basement near the elevator
Latin American Studies (LAS) Social Pizza Hour
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Latin American Studies
This screening of the acclaimed documentary Grizzly Man. written and directed by Werner Herzog, is sponsored by the IUP Center for Film Studies and is part of this year's IUP Film Series. The screening will be accompanied by a discussion facilitated by Rosalee Stillwell (English Department) and "Rotten Potatoes". Free snacks will be served, and attendance vouchers will be available as well, for students attending the screening for extra credit.
Eicher Hall 218
This workshop introduces the MLA documentation style (8th edition), including how to quote and summarize from an original source. It's a hands-on workshop in which you will see examples and do exercises. Topics include citing within the text, using signal phrases, creating the Works Cited page, and documenting online sources.
IUP Humanities and Social Sciences Building
The IUP President's Commission on the Status of
Women and Women’s and Gender Studies Program is proud to host the
2017 PASSHE Women’s Consortium Annual Conference on September 29-30, 2017. Our conference theme is “We Are
Stronger Together: Intersectionality in a Diverse World.” Please
spread the word and join us for this exciting event!
We encourage you to register (link coming soon!) for the conference and submit a
conference proposal. We are
accepting proposals for paper sessions, panels, and student posters.
Proposals are due by June 30, 2017.
Please join us for what will be an engaging and enlightening
The annual PASSHE
Women’s Consortium conference taking place on Friday, September 29, and
Saturday, September 30, 2017, in the IUP Humanities and Social Sciences
Building, offers many opportunities to interact with women across the
Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
Allegheny Room of the HUB
Come to an Information Night to learn about IUP's Administration and Leadership Studies, PhD program. This event takes place in the Allegheny Room of the HUB.
In this workshop, you will be introduced to the APA documentation style (6th editions), including how to quote and summarize from an original source. It's a hands-on workshop in which you will see examples and do exercises on their computers. Topics include citing within the text, using signal phrases, creating the References page, and documenting online sources.
This workshop will help you to build the kinds of careful reading skills that are needed to proofread their papers, including readings slowly, using A Writer's Reference, and following rules of thumb.
Magovern Conference Center, Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA
This exciting one day conference will focus on engaging and retaining persons who usedrugs and other substances in health care from primary care to the emergency departmentto the inpatient units in our hospitals. Substance users and persons with substance usedisorders are often stigmatized and poorly understood by many health care providers. Thisleads to missed opportunities for not only better management of substance related harmsbut also better management of other chronic diseases and health promotion activities. Thisstigma and misunderstanding often leads to increased health spending and poor outcomesfor substance users that could be avoided. The conference will feature not only new waysof engaging drug users in health care but also new ways for health care providers andsubstance use treatment providers to think about addiction so they are better prepared toprovide high quality health care in a humane and compassionate way.
The current opioid epidemic and the astounding growth in the numbers of person dyingfrom opiate overdose present an urgent and compelling reason to better understand andcare for persons who use drugs and alcohol, regardless of whether it is in the context ofabuse or social and recreational use. This conference is intended for medical providers,primary care physicians, emergency department clinicians, social works, nurses, drugtreatment providers, and EMS/first responders. This is a knowledge-based activity.
Most people use only a fraction of the many useful features in MS Word. This workshop focuses on features that are easily overlooked or hard to find, such as renumbering pages, hanging indents, modifying internal margins, and inserting a table, chart, or table of contents.
HSS First Floor Lobby
On Friday, October 20, 2017, IUP Writing Across the Curriculum and
the Kathleen Jones White Writing Center will host the National Day on
Writing Carnival. The carnival will take
place in the first floor lobby of the Humanities and Social Sciences Building from
11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
The carnival is free to attend. There, students, faculty, and staff can
engage with various campus organizations in writing-themed carnival
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