Vol. XXXIII, No. 1
Chancellor of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education: Frank Brogan
Chairman of the State System Board of Governors: Guido Pichini
President of Indiana University of Pennsylvania: Michael Driscoll
Vice President for Enrollment Management and Communications: James Begany
Editor: Elaine Jacobs Smith
Records Editor: Susan Kirchner
Contributing Editors: Regan Houser, Bob Fulton, Karen Gresh
Namedroppers Editor: Matthew Burglund
Design: David Raymond
Production Assistance: Meghan McMeans
Photographer: Keith Boyer ( University Photographer)
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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.
Nearly 900 strong, the international student population at IUP is enhancing the learning experience for everyone.
President Driscoll discusses how IUP is preparing students to respond to the pivotal issues of today and tomorrow, such as energy independence.
Selected IUP faculty respond to the question:"As it relates to your academic discipline, what specific historical event is the most underestimated in terms of its impact on society?"
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.
For alumni and students seeking careers, IUP offers help in many forms. Among the most effective is connecting them with other alumni.