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Exploration in Biotechnology IUP/RUIA Summer Program

Exclusively for students from RUIA College in Mumbai, India

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STEM Academy

Kopchick College STEM Academy offers a new program for high-achieving high school students through IUP's Dual Enrollment program

Noyce Teaching Grant

Math and Science Education majors at IUP are eligible for a scholarship of up to $30,000

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Distinguished University Professor Ford Chosen for Fulbright Award for Study in Portugal

Indiana University of Pennsylvania anthropology professor Ben Ford, IUP’s 2023–24 Distinguished University Professor and chair of IUP’s Department of Anthropology, has been selected as a Fulbright US Scholar for 2024–25.

IUP Cejka Planetarium to Host First Shows

Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Cejka Planetarium, in the university’s newly opened John J. and Char Kopchick Hall, will host three shows during the spring semester, all free and open to the community.

IUP Offering Free Advanced Cybersecurity Camp for Middle and High-School Students

Thanks to a ninth year of funding from the National Science Foundation and the National Security Agency, Indiana University of Pennsylvania will offer a free, one-week GenCyber cybersecurity camp for middle and high school students.

Mathematical and Computer Sciences Department Faculty Member Part of $1.1-million National Science Foundation Cyberinfrastructure Project

Rick Adkins has a leadership role in a US National Science Foundation Campus Cyberinfrastructure program grant to develop a commonwealth-wide secure network and related cyberinfrastructure to interconnect Pennsylvania colleges and universities.

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.