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Exploration in Biotechnology IUP/RUIA Summer Program

Exclusively for students from RUIA College in Mumbai, India

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IUP Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient, NASA Astronaut, Honored with Naming of Cygnus Spacecraft

The late Dr. Patricia Hilliard Robertson, a 1985 graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania and 2000 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient, has been honored with the naming of a Cygnus spacecraft. The naming was announced by Northrop Grumman, the company that built the spacecraft.

Final Weyandt Hall Planetarium Show Set for Nov. 18, 20

After 56 years of being a window to the stars for the Indiana University of Pennsylvania community, IUP will say goodbye to its Weyandt Hall planetarium and Spitz A3P projector with a final show on November 18 and November 20.

IUP to Celebrate Opening of $90-Million John J. and Char Kopchick Hall With Ribbon Cutting Event Nov. 2

Indiana University of Pennsylvania will celebrate the opening of John J. and Char Kopchick Hall, the university’s new $90-million, 142,536-square-foot science and mathematics building, with a ribbon cutting ceremony on November 2 at 4:00 p.m. The event is free and open to the community.

IUP Cybersecurity Day Set for Oct. 31

IUP’s Institute for Cybersecurity, in collaboration with the PC4A Project and Information Technology Support Center, will host the sixteenth annual Cybersecurity Day on October 31. This annual event features nationally recognized security experts as well as speakers from government, the security industry, and academia. It is free and open to the community.

IUP Secures $1 Million from Department of Defense for Summer Language Immersion Program for Cybersecurity Students

Indiana University of Pennsylvania has received $996,350 from the Department of Defense to establish a pilot summer immersion program for cybersecurity students to develop language foundations and proficiency in Chinese. IUP is the only school in the nation chosen to develop the program.