Nearly 900 strong, the international student population at IUP is enhancing the learning experience for everyone.
With the help of botanists, arborists, faculty and staff members, students, and many other supporters, this beloved campus landmark is returning to the beauty of years past.
After working as an investigator in the Navy and the Defense Department, Patty Ameno came back to western Pennsylvania to rid her hometown of nuclear waste.
For alumni and students seeking careers, IUP offers help in many forms. Among the most effective is connecting them with other alumni.
Using hammers, paint brushes, bats, and baseballs, a number of IUP student-athletes have helped build villages—and spirit—in the Dominican Republic and Haiti.
Faculty members’ choices of specific historical events that are the most underestimated in terms of their impact on society
For well over a century, the Oak Grove has been the backyard for the thousands of students away at college each year. Maddie Nissel, a speech-language pathology and audiology major from Middletown, Maryland, brings her own hammock. She is a student in IUP’s Cook Honors College. Photograph by Keith Boyer
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