IUP has received the following support in the form of gifts of $25,000 or more made to the Foundation for IUP between July 1 and October 1. The university community thanks all who invest in IUP and its students.
- From Jack Stamp ’76, director of band studies at IUP, $35,000 in memory of his parents, John and Doris Stamp, and grandfather, William H. Dalkin Sr., to support the naming of Daniel DiCicco Hall, the large performance space within Cogswell Hall.
- From the Addison Gibson Foundation, $100,000 to award scholarships to upperclassmen from western Pennsylvania who show academic merit and financial need. IUP is distinguished as one of only five universities selected for the foundation’s education block grant.
- From the Punxsutawney Educational Trust, $30,000 in support of the Punxsutawney campus and IUP Academy of Culinary Arts student scholarships.
- From Scott Electric Foundation of Greensburg, $25,000 to the Fund for IUP to support facilities maintenance.
The new Military Resource Center is one of several initiatives helping students make a successful transition from military to campus life.
The library’s Special Collections and Archives area helps patrons study items they may not find anywhere else.
Creating a diverse environment at IUP sometimes means providing a bridge to help students cross from their previous environment to our community.
IUP is housing the Ronald G. Pogorzelski and Lester D. Yankee Pipe Organ, thanks to a lease agreement with the American Guild of Organists.
More than 150 alumni return to campus each year to speak to classes, recruit students for jobs or internships, share professional expertise, and more.
Ed Bouchette, the Steelers beat reporter for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, has earned a spot in Canton, Ohio, among the greats of the game.
A look back at 25 years of performing and visual arts events presented by the College of Fine Arts.