Walsh, Rm. 104
Grad School Information Session and Discussion
Ticket includes bus ride to and from park and one park admission.
You must ride the bus to and from the park—no exceptions! Bus departs from Memorial Field House Circle at 4:30 p.m. and leaves Kennywood Park at midnight.
$25, I-Card holders only. Limit of one ticket per person; purchase at HUB box office.
Presented by STATIC.
Humanities and Social Sciences Building, Rm. 225
Melissa Troutman—filmmaker, journalist, and IUP alumna—shows her new film Invisible Hand.
Prior to the screening, Troutman will speak on a panel featuring speakers from Grant Township to discuss the struggle there to block a fracking injection well.
The Sustainability Studies Program is co-sponsoring this event with The Center for Community Growth.
Kovalchick Conference and Athletic Complex
George P. Miller Stadium
South Campus Field
Stouffer Hall, Beard Auditorium
Social Equity Office
Double feature: Akron is a moving family drama about two college-age men whose love for each other is complicated by a tragedy from the past in one of their families. A Young Man's Future is the story of a gay couple whose future is bright until one of them develops schizophrenia.
The 13th Annual Indiana LGBTQIA Film Festival will be held each Sunday evening in October. Admission is free, donations are gratefully accepted.
Spring 2017 Registration Appointment Times for Graduate students begin Monday, October 31, 2016.
LGBTQIA Resource Room (Delaney, Rm. 327)
LGBTQIA Support presents Adulting 101: Queer Conversations Workshop Series each Monday during first semester. For more information, please contact Tedd Cogar at 724-357-1264 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
HUB, Ohio Room
Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement
What lies outside of the safe walls of IUP? It’s a scary world!
Health insurance, bills, loans, and retirement are all daunting adult things, especially if you are also trying to adapt to a new schedule, workplace, and maybe even a new city. How about the horrifying happenings of grad school, too?
This panel discussion with recent IUP graduates and professionals will shed some light on the dark dungeons of adulthood.
Co-Sponsored by the Career and Professional Development Center.
HUB Ohio Room
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Office
BACCHUS will be hosting open mic night on Monday evening from 8:15 p.m. - 11:15 p.m. Everyone is welcome.
The Lively Arts
Ticket sales for the following event(s) begin
Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex
Center for Family Business
Join the Center for Family Business and panelists for breakfast and a panel session that will provide an overview of the new overtime rules, salary vs hourly, overtime exemption tests and duties and strategies to comply.
A Q&A session will follow. The cost is $20.00 per person and registration is required. To register, visit the IUP Center for Family Business Marketplace store. Learn more about “Overtime and Salary: Rules and Regulations.”
Stabley Library, Rm. 101
We will look at the Twitter platform, explain the terminology like “tweets,” “retweets,” “likes,” “DM,” and others, as well as understand how users see you and interact with each other. Other topics include how to shorten links, add pictures or video, build a follower base, create lists, and use third party applications to monitor activity.
Each workshop will be offered twice on different days at varying times to account for schedules. Space is limited. Please contact Emily Smith at email@example.com to reserve your spot.
Check out other social media workshops offered this semester.
Latin American Studies
Mexico is a country proud of its past while it adjusts to the present and sets the stage for the future.
With specific examples drawn from Mexico's current presidential administration, Professor Charlie Goff will provide insight into understanding how Mexico successfully faces the challenges of being a capitalist country with a socialist constitution. How as a predominantly Catholic country, Mexico embraces today's gender issues. How, as a poor country, Mexico also faces having the world's second highest level of income inequality. As a democracy with three main parties every citizen’s vote is of equal value. A presidential candidate can win the election with slightly more than a third of the votes.
Professor Charlie Goff is a tour leader, educator, storyteller, simultaneous translator, and interpreter of Mexican life and culture. He currently lives in Cuernavaca, Mexico and leads most of the field study tours, teaches classes on current events, and Mesoamerican history. In addition, Professor Goff orients students about what to expect in Mexico and how to get the most out of their visit. He is an expert on Mesoamerican history and archaeology and has a deep fount of knowledge of Mexico.
Attendance vouchers will be available.
The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education is honored to sponsor the Ninth Annual State System Summit at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. The conference theme is “Rising to the Challenge: Making Inclusion Matter.” Keynote speaker is Dr. Freeman A. Hrabowski, President, University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Social Equity
Humanities and Social Sciences Building, Lobby
A laid-back Q and A session with Professor Charlie Goff, who will chat and take questions with those who would like to learn more about him.
Goff is a tour leader, educator, storyteller, simultaneous translator, and interpreter of Mexican life and culture. He currently lives in Cuernavaca, Mexico and leads most of the field study tours, teaches classes on current events, and Mesoamerican history. In addition, Professor Goff orients students about what to expect in Mexico and how to get the most out of their visit. He is an expert on Mesoamerican history and archaeology and has a deep fount of knowledge of Mexico.
Stabley Library, Rm. 201
In Front of the Humanities and Social Sciences Building
In honor of Día de los muertos, Day of the Dead. Have fun and have your face painted as a skeleton.
Suites on Maple East, G 60
We all need sleep, but sometimes it gets neglected. Restful sleep is as important as diet and exercise, and is essential for maintaining good health, energy, learning and memory. Come to this workshop to discuss common sleeping problems and learn new ways to get your zzzs.
Humanities and Social Sciences Building, Rm.126
The calacas: In Mexican usage a calaca is a skull. In Mexican journalism a calaca is an obituary poem announcing the death of a well-known person—even though that person is alive and well.
Mexico’s skilled political cartoonists have taken calacas to a new level by accompanying the poems with drawings. This type of unique macabre—though tastefully presented—is meant to be humorous. Professor Charlie Goff, along with the audience, will decipher who each cartoon character represents in real life, and why that person is deserving of being portrayed. The content of each poem will deal with Mexican current events.
Come with an open mind. Characters in the cartoons will certainly include candidates in the U.S. elections—they too have been present in Mexican news this year.
Professor Charlie Goff is a tour leader, educator, storyteller, simultaneous translator, and interpreter of Mexican life and culture. He currently lives in Cuernavaca, Mexico and leads most of the field study tours, teaches classes on current events, and Mesoamerican history. In addition, Professor Goff orients students about what to expect in Mexico and how to get the most out of their visit. He is an expert
on Mesoamerican history and archaeology and has a deep fount of knowledge of Mexico.
Annex Gallery, Sprowls Hall
The simplicity of the cube allows for countless interpretations in material, process, surface, and scale. The /kyoob/ exhibit seeks to present a diversity of approaches to this geometric form.
This exhibit runs from November 3 to December 8.
Kipp Gallery and Annex Hours:Tuesday
through Friday: noon to 4:00 p.m.Closed:
Sundays, Mondays, and Saturdays
More information about this event.
Cyber Security Institute
The Institute for Cyber Security, IUP IT Support Services, and IUP Center for Teaching Excellence are pleased to present the ninth annual IUP Cyber Security/IA Day on November 3, 2016.
Cyber security is a major concern for all levels of society: in our homes, university, at work, and for national defense. This annual event brings cyber security experts to the IUP campus to present the latest developments and to promote cyber security awareness.
This year, Daniel Goddard from the Information Directorate of the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory will provide the keynote address.
The event concludes with a panel session, “What Every College Student Should Know about Online Image, Privacy, and Security Issues.”
Please plan to join us for the whole day or part.
Full day schedule for Cyber Security and Information Assurance Day
DiCicco Hall, Cogswell Hall, Room 121
The IUP Percussion Ensemble will perform a concert.
Pratt Hall, Rm. 212C
Applications and reference forms for Orientation Peer
Advisors are due today by 4 p.m.
Zink Auditorium, Zink Hall
This classic tale by Garcia Lorca, is interpreted through dance to examine the passionate bloodlines of fidelity, betrayal, and revenge. Fate and deception collide onstage, and in the end the boundaries of love are questioned.
Tickets are available beginning October 4, 2016,
by visiting the IUP HUB Box Office on Pratt Drive, by calling 724-357-1313, or
by ordering online. Regular: $15; Seniors (60+): $12; and I-Card holders,
students, and children: $10. For groups of 15 or more, please call the Lively
Arts Office at 724-357-2787.
More information about this event.
Looking for something to do on Friday nights? Like to win prizes? Then you want to come to BACCHUS Bingo. Bingo is a game in which players mark off numbers on cards as the numbers are drawn randomly by a caller, the winner being the first person to mark off five numbers in a row or another required pattern. Sponsored by BACCHUS at IUP. BACCHUS' purpose is to promote responsible drinking decisions on the IUP campus.
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