Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex Arena and Concourse
Career Development Center
The IUP Career Expo and Graduate School Fair attracts employers from a variety of industries, as well as graduate school representatives around the United States.
Participating also provides students with an opportunity for face-to-face contact with recruiters and a chance to polish their networking skills, no matter how brief the contact. Although the Career Expo and Graduate School Fair is primarily intended for IUP juniors and seniors of all majors, freshmen and sophomores may also attend to get a general idea of what a career fair entails, as long as they are dressed appropriately.
Atrium of the Humanities and Social Sciences Building
Book-Lovers are Invited to Read Out from Their Favorite Banned BooksThe IUP English Department, in partnership with the English Graduate Organization, IUP Libraries, and the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, will host a Banned Books Read Out in the Atrium of the Humanities and Social Sciences Building from 1-2 p.m. on Wednesday, September 28. The Banned Books Read-Out celebrates the freedom to read while it brings awareness to censorship challenges to favorite books and to the ongoing fight to maintain intellectual freedom in schools and libraries across the nation. Students, staff, faculty, and the community are invited to attend. Join us to Read Out your favorite passages from Banned Books—or simply to listen and learn about the censorship issues that affect us all. This year’s national Banned Books theme focuses on celebrating diverse authors, and our team of IUP graduate students is working now to assemble passages that highlight diverse positions quite broadly. Come early to select your passage! Refreshments! Prizes! Vouchers! Join us for a lively celebration of our freedom to read.
College of Education & Educational Technology 4:30 - 6:00 AND College of Fine Arts 6:30 - 8:00
Student Success Center
Considering a different major and want to talk to someone about it ? Consider attending a Peer to Peer Information Session
Room G60 Suites on Maple-East
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Office
No one should die of an opioid overdose, especially when it can be prevented. Get information about treatment options and life-saving interventions Receive a FREE Narcan Kit - the medication that reverses opioid overdoses.
Humanities Building, Room 225
The English Graduate Student Film Series begins on September 28 and will screen a variety of film and TV shows, with a focus on gender representations and feminism within those films/TV shows, on select Wednesdays throughout the semester.
The first screening of the Netflix series Black Mirror will be on September 28, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. in HSS 225.
This is a great opportunity for students and faculty to watch some great films and TV episodes, and to participate in lively discussions about how gender is represented in visual media. Undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty are all welcome!
Attendance vouchers will be available.
The additional screenings (all from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. in HSS 225) are:
G60 Suites on Maple-East
Health Education and Advocacy
Need to de-stress? Take a minute and interact with therapy dogs.
Office of Housing, Residential Living, and Dining
This big kick-off for the “Global Adventure Series” in Wallwork Global Awareness Living Learning Community is a one-night event taking place on Thursday, September 29, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. in Wallwork Hall.
Everyone is invited, including students, faculty, staff, and community members.
Come get your passport stamped in six different continents in one night! Each lounge in Wallwork Hall will be transformed into the sights, sounds, and—most importantly—tastes of various countries around the world. You will have the opportunity to engage with various cultures by sampling tea at a traditional Chinese tea ceremony, plus learn about and sample Asian calligraphy, Hispanic dancing, African crafts, tie dye art, and much more.
There is a wealth of knowledge and tons of fun experiences to be had in Wallwork that are unique to the building, and we want you to be there. Begin your adventure at the main office on the north side of the building, the side next to the HUB parking lot. Once you get all stamps from each continent, return your passport to the ground floor central lobby to be entered in a raffle.
Don’t miss your opportunity to become a world traveler without spending a dime on airfare.
Davis Hall, Room 263
Teacher Education Office
Fall 2016 Speech and Hearing Screenings for Education Majors
9:15 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.
No Appointment is Necessary
Don't forget your I-Card
Know your Advisor's Name
The deadline to withdraw from courses ending by mid-semester is Friday, September 30, 2016.
Additional dates of importance can be viewed on the Academic Calendar.
Walsh Hall, Room 104
College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Weyandt Hall, Room 331
HUB Delaware Room and Parking Lot Area
Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement
Counter Blast 2016
is a get-acquainted social event hosted by Multicultural Affairs and Student
Success. Admission is free and open to everyone. There will be
student organizations, entertainment, games, free food, and much more!
George P. Miller Stadium
Gorell Recital Hall, Second Floor Sutton Hall
The Lively Arts
Indiana Musicale, the Indiana chapter of the Pennsylvania Music Teacher's Association (IMTA) will hold their local preliminary audition day in Cogswell Hall, room 120. The auditions will conclude with a performance at 2:30 pm in the Gorell Recital Hall. Qualified students will be given the opportunity to participate in the State PMTA festival.
Frank Cignetti Field & George P. Miller Stadium
HUB, Ohio Room
Open access is “the free, immediate, online availability of research articles combined with the rights to use these articles fully in the digital environment.”
International Open Access Week, now in its ninth year, is an opportunity to take action in making openness the default for research to turn discoveries into better lives. This year’s theme is “Open in Action.” In keeping with this theme, this panel of IUP faculty and administrators will discuss what open access is and why they are committed to it, what steps researchers should take to share their discoveries, and why it matters.
Co-sponsored by the IUP Libraries.
Kipp Gallery, Sprowls Hall
This exhibit showcases the unique
cross-section of Pittsburgh artists selected from the ranks of the
Associated Artists of Pittsburgh, one of America’s oldest and most
active artist organizations.
Kipp Gallery and Annex Hours:
through Friday: noon to 4:00 p.m.Closed:
Sundays, Mondays, and Saturdays
More information about this event.
Ticket sales for the following event(s) begin
University Museum, Sutton Hall
This exhibition tells Milton Bancroft’s story, from the beginning of his career in the late 19th century as an artist and teacher through his personal response to World War I.
This exhibit runs from September 10 to October 29.
University Museum Hours:Tuesday,
Wednesday, Friday: 2:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.Thursday:
noon - 7:30 p.m.Saturday:
noon - 4 p.m.Closed
Sundays and Mondays.
More information about this event.
Weyandt Hall, Room 119
Wallwork Hall, Rm. 103
International Education Office
Fisher Auditorium, IUP Performing Arts Center
High School students from around the region will perform in collaboration with the IUP Choral Department as the culmination activity for the Crimson Hawk Invitational Choral Conference.
General Admission: $5.00 (Tickets on sale at the door only, no advance sales.)
HSS Rm 306
Writing Across the Curriculum
If your students seem to
struggle with writing assignments and you want to help them succeed, then come
to this workshop. We'll talk about how to craft assignments, help students understand assignments, and prevent plagiarism.
College of Humanities & Social Science 4:30 - 6:00 p.m AND College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics 6:30 - 8:00 p.m
Considering a different major ? Consider attending a Peer to Peer Information Session
Suites on Maple East, G 60
Concerns about food, eating, and body image are familiar to many college students; however, there are also a lot of misconceptions about these issues. Come to this workshop to learn how to recognize disordered eating and break down some of the myths surrounding it. Information about healthy eating and how to reach out to someone who is struggling will also be reviewed.
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