Room 101 Stabley
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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.
Join Popular Culture Methodologies and The Center for Film Studies for a screening of Hannes Holm’s A Man Called Ove.
This screening features a film selected by IUP's Office of International Experience. Based on Fredrik Bachman's 2012 novel, this 2015 Swedish comedy-drama is one of the top three most-watched Swedish films in Sweden, of all time.
Eicher Hall 218
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.
Whether you are an English major, and English minor, a friend of the English program, or just curious, join us in the English Department for coffee, donuts, and community!
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
McElhaney Hall, Ground Floor
The Department of Anthropology at Indiana University
of Pennsylvania will hold its annual
Archaeology Open House on October 21 from noon to 3:00 p.m.
Activities will take
place on the ground floor of McElhaney Hall, as well as outside on the “South
Lawn” adjacent to the building (weather permitting).
Parking on campus on
Saturdays is free.
“No matter what your
level of archaeological knowledge, there will be something for everybody,”
Lara Homsey-Messer, anthropology faculty member, said.
Planned events, all free
and open to the community, include prehistoric and historic artifact displays from
local archaeological sites, stone tool-making demonstrations, spear throwing
outdoors, and 3-D laser scanning and printing artifact replicas.
There will also be a room
for children (and the young at heart), with activities such as prehistoric
hand-painting, wampum beading, and pottery refitting.
All of the IUP
archaeology laboratories, including the faunal, botanical, and geophysical
labs, will open their doors to the public during the event. Complimentary
archaeology-themed snacks also will be provided.
Applied Anthropologist Dr. Anastasia Hudgins will discuss a
recent research project for UNICEF Viet Nam where she was tasked with getting the
“lay of the land” about children who use drugs, the laws and policies that
guide treatment, and the treatment itself. Besides learning about these, the
interviews, observations and participant observation she conducted helped understand the social meanings of drugs, the impact of compulsory detention and
criminalization in the Vietnamese context, the enduring consequences of stigma,
and how health practices are steeped in history and political economy.
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
This workshop introduces the MLA documentation style (8th 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. Topics include citing within the text, using signal phrases, creating the Works Cited page, and documenting online sources.
206 McElhaney Hall
Master’s or J.D. or Ph.D.? Have you ever considered pursuing a graduate degree? Did you know that studying economics provides a strong foundation for graduate study in a wide variety of disciplines? That’s right. In fact, many IUP economics alumni have earned graduate degrees outside of economics. Dr. James Jozefowicz will provide an overview of graduate school options pursued by IUP economics graduates with a particular emphasis on how to best distinguish yourself while you’re at IUP from other applicants. Key strategic considerations of the application process also will be discussed. Attend this meeting in order to make a better informed decision regarding your future endeavors.
PLEASE JOIN US!
Questions? Please contact Dr. James Jozefowicz at James.Jozefowicz@iup.edu.
Out Side of HSS
Latin American Studies (LAS) will be celebrating Day of the Dead with its annual face painting event. The event is free and open to all. Please join us for a fun and artistic calavera, sugar skull, face.
Time is still to be arranged, it will be determined soon.
In this workshop, you will be introduced to the APA documentation style (6th 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 on your computer. Topics include citing within the text, using signal phrases, creating the References page, and documenting online sources.
B03 Humanities and Social Sciences Building
Renowned teacher-educator Dr. Janet Alsup, from Purdue University, will deliver the keynote address for “Thinking Like a Teacher: Preparing New Teachers for Today's Classrooms Mini-Conference,” hosted by the English Department and English Education Program. The keynote will be followed by round-table discussions led by English Education faculty and program graduates.
The conference coincides with publication of Thinking Like a Teacher: Preparing New Teachers for Today's Classroom, a collection of novice teacher narratives co-edited by Dr. Jo-Anne Kerr and Dr. Linda Norris, featuring stories written by IUP English Education Program graduates about the challenges that new teachers face and who to successfully meet these challenges.
All education majors and program coordinators are invited to attend the conference, which will be followed by a reception and refreshments.
Most students will need a resume at some point during or after their college years. In this workshop you will learn new features in MS Word that will make your resume distinctive. You can get started on one during this workshop, or polish up one you've already written.
Cover letters are an important component of applying to jobs, internships, or graduate schools. This workshop will help you to plan and write a draft of a cover letter.
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