Key, on-campus, university events that are open to all.
See also our Academic, Student Life, Community, Arts and Entertainment, and Diversity Events calendars. All these calendars are also available in IUP Mobile.
Ackerman Hall, Main Lobby
Human Development, Fashion, and Interior Design Department
The Child and Family Studies Association will be featuring Buffalo Chicken Dip
and other delicious homemade baked goods. Stop in for lunch and
support CFSA. We accept credit cards!
Brady Wise '95, PNC, Senior VP & Director of Accounting Operations will talk about employment with PNC.
Room 122, IUP Punxsutawney Campus, 1012 Winslow Street, Punxsutawney, PA 15767
I invite you to attend the public meeting of the IUP Council of Trustees.
This meeting offers an opportunity for all members of the IUP community to learn more about actions taking place that impact all sectors of the university. I hope that you will attend as your schedule permits.
HUB Ohio Room
In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day and March
Mingle Weekend at IUP, the Student Cooperative Association, IUP Campus
Recreation, and IUP Group Fitness are sponsoring Wings and a Workout on
Thursday, March 23, at 5:00
the HUB Ohio Room. The event features a free, one-hour LesMills BodyJam class, followed by free wings, drinks, and a viewing of Space Jam on the big screen in the Ohio Room! If you aren't interested in the free group fitness class, don’t worry. Stop by and enjoy the wings and movie afterwards! Admission
is free, and is open to the entire IUP campus
community. For more information, visit the Co-op's website or Twitter page.
Beard Auditorium, Stouffer Hall
Social Equity Office
Robyn Ochs is a speaker, teacher, writer, and activist, and will present "Beyond Binaries: Identity and Sexuality" on Thursday, March 23, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. in Beard Auditorium, Stouffer Hall. A reception will be held before the presentation at 5:00 p.m. Admission is free. For further information, contact Dr. Rachelle Bouchat at email@example.com. This event is sponsored by the GLBT Commission, Women's and Gender Studies, LGBTQ Studies, LGBTQIA Support, and Pride Alliance.
Eberly College of Business and Information Technology
Graduate Business Student Association (GBSA) weekly meeting.
G60 Suites on Maple-East
Health Education and Advocacy
Does the semester have you stressed out? Why not take a few minutes and come de-stress with the Therapy Dogs. They will be in Room G60, Suites on Maple-East today.
Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement
Pennsylvania Highlands Community College - Richland Campus
Master of Business Administration Program
Learn about the IUP
Executive track MBA Program. Attend a FREE information session with
program coordinator and professor, Dr. Krish Krishnan. To register, complete
the online Registration for an
Information Session. Learn more about the Executive track MBA Program.
HUB Monongahela Room
Health and Well-Being Center
Learn how to safely intervene and the many different ways you can help to make the world a better place. Remember, even small actions can make big changes!
The Haven Project will host a Bystander
Intervention Program in the HUB Monongahela Room on Thursday, March 23rd, 2017 beginning at 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm in the HUB Monongahela Room. The event features an interactive program where you can learn
how to be an active bystander safely in different scenarios.
Religious Studies Department
This lecture and Q&A discusses the ways we can learn about individual freedom from both sex and the occult: two taboo and empowering subjects. Featuring Conner Habib, an IUP alumnus, nationaly known writer, lecturer and activist.
Gorell Recital Hall, Second Floor Sutton Hall
The Lively Arts
A recital featuring IUP Horn professor, Heidi Lucas, and IUP piano professor, Henry Wong Doe.
Humanities and Social Sciences Building, Rm. 224
After discussing three widespread theories about the purpose of free speech—as a marketplace of ideas, as facilitating democratic self-government, and as essential for developing individual autonomy—Boone will explore how some hate speech oppresses its targets and argue that, according to each of these theories, oppressive speech does not merit First Amendment protection.
Part of the Daniel N. Boone Speaker Series.
College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
The Haven Project will host Feminist Friday on Friday, March 24th beginning at 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the HUB Monongahela Room. Come dine and discuss at Feminist Friday, with
lunch provided! We will be talking about
the porn industry and if it has effects on healthy relationships and the amount
of violence in our society. All are
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Office
Come join the party! Bingo will be Friday, March 24 at 10:00 p.m. in the HUB Ohio Room. There will be FREE food and great prizes and tons of fun!!
University Museum (Sutton Hall) and the Kipp & Annex Galleries (Sprowls Hall)
These concurrent exhibitions showcase works by the Spring 2017 Master of Fine Arts candidates and celebrate the final stages of their graduate degree work.
This exhibit runs from March 25 to April 27.
Sundays and Mondays
More information about this event.
Wallwork Courtyard (Rain Location: HUB Gym)
Owen Dougherty Field
Frank Cignetti Field & George P. Miller Stadium
University Museum, Sutton Hall
Join us for the opening reception of the MFA Thesis Exhibitions.
DiCicco Hall, Cogswell Hall, Room 121
A solo organ recital by
Ann Labounsky featuring the world premiere of Christopher Adler’s "Construct: for organ," the 2017 winning composition for the second annual
Ronald G. Pogorzelski and Lester D. Yankee Memorial Competition sponsored by the American Guild of Organists (AGO).
There will also be a reception following the performance, to which all are invited to attend.This event is co-hosted
by the Carol Teti Memorial Organ Scholarship Committee and the Indiana, Pennsylvania, Chapter of the AGO.
The deadline for faculty to enter mid-term grades is Monday, March 27, 2017. Additional dates of importance can be viewed on the Academic Calendar.
The Haven Project will host a Take Back The Night table in the Stapleton Library on Monday, February 27th, 2017 beginning at 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Each April, the Haven
Projects sponsors Take Back the Night, a march to raise awareness about sexual
violence and show support for victims and survivors. This is our biggest event, and has proven to
draw crowds in the range of 1,500 and 3,000 people, bringing together a diverse
group of participants including faculty, staff, community members, student
athletes, fraternities, sororities, ROTC, and many other students and student
organizations. It is a very powerful
event in which the campus as a whole comes together to stand in support against
sexual violence and for its victims/survivors.
A “Speak Out” for the victims/survivors of sexual violence follows the
march. Leading up to the event, The
Haven Project will have several information tables, and well as t-shirt making
workshops for the Clothesline Project, which is displayed at the march. Come to our tabling event to find out more about the event, workshops coming up or to find out how you can volunteer.
Sexual violence is a serious issue that affects all of us. At IUP, we have a strong commitment to address this widespread problem. Take Back the Night is an annual event designed to raise awareness and support survivors of sexual violence. Visit the Haven Project's table for more information about this event and win some prizes.
Delaney Hall, Room 327
LGBTQIA Support presents Adulting 101: Queer Conversations Workshop Series each Monday during second semester. For more information, please contact Tedd Cogar at 724-357-1264 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Suites on Maple East, Room G60
Take Back The Night Volunteer Meeting will be in the Suites on Maple East Building, Room G60 on Monday, March 27th, 2017 beginning at 6:00pm to 7:30pm. Come out and learn more about Take Back The Night and how you can help support survivors and victims of sexual violence.
Humanities and Social Sciences Building, Rm. 225
Women’s and Gender Studies
Come and enjoy a talk by Nico Slate on his book Gandhi's Shadow: The Struggle to End Poverty in Rural India which focuses on sustainability efforts/issues and female empowerment. The talk should last for just under an hour, with time for Q and A. Light refreshments to follow in the lobby area outside HSS 225.
Nico Slate (PhD, Harvard, 2009) is Associate Professor of History at Carnegie Mellon University. He is also director of the Bajaj Rural Development Lab and the Social Change Semester.
His first book is Colored Cosmopolitanism: The Shared Struggle for Freedom in the United States and India (Harvard University Press, 2012).
His second book is The Prism of Race: W.E.B. Du Bois, Langston Hughes, Paul Robeson and the Colored World of Cedric Dover (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014).
He also edited Black Power Beyond Borders (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013).
Students in the IUP saxophone studio will perform.
Ticket sales for the following event(s) begin
These concurrent exhibitions showcase
works by the Spring 2017 Master of Fine Arts candidates and celebrate
the final stages of their graduate degree work.
University Museum Hours:Tuesday,
Wednesday, Friday: 2:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.Thursday:
noon to 7:30 p.m.Saturday:
noon to 4 p.m.Closed
Sundays and Mondays
Kipp Gallery and Annex Hours:Tuesday
through Friday: noon to 4:00 p.m.Closed:
Sundays, Mondays, and Saturdays
Mid-term grades will be available for student viewing on MyIUP starting Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. Additional dates of importance can be viewed on the Academic Calendar.
The Haven Project will host a Sign-Making Workshop for Take Back The Night on Tuesday, March 28th, 2017 beginning at 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm in the Suites on Maple East Building, Room G60.
Come & help create signs to be displayed during the Take Back The Night march!
Join the Women's and Gender Studies club every Tuesday night to discuss the WGS presence on campus and current issues happening in the world today!
The club meets in the basement on the couches next to the elevator.
HHS, Room 126
Food and Nutrition Department
Lisa McDowell, MS, RD, CNSD, is a regitsered sports dietitian who works for the Detroit Red Wings hockey team. McDowell has also worked with professional, collegeiate, and Olympic athletes for many years. She will be speaking about her experiences on Tuesday, March 28 at 6:30 p.m. in the Humanities and Social Sciences Building, Room 126.
Faculty Recital featuring Joseph Baunoch, baritone; Sun Min Kim, piano.
201 Eberly College of Business and Information Technology, 664 Pratt Drive, Indiana, PA 15705
Center for Family Business
Learn "How to Grow Your Business to $1 Million" using a PowerLink advisory board. Learn about the stages of small business growth on Wednesday, March 29, 2017.
Maple Street Courts
Schneider Downs - Carley Mendez '14, Human Resources Representative
Suites on Maple East, Room G18
The Haven Project will host a Clothesline T-Shirt Making Workshop on Wednesday, March 29th, 2017 beginning at 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the Suites on Maple East building, Room G18.
Clothesline Project is a program started in Cape Cod, MA in 1990 to address the
issue of domestic and sexual violence. It is a vehicle for people affected by
violence to express their emotions by decorating a shirt. They then hang the
shirt on a clothesline to be viewed by others as testimony to the problem of
violence. With the support of many, it has since spread worldwide.
Room G18 Suites on Maple-East
Anyone who has been impacted by domestic or sexual violence is encouraged to come and decorate a t-shirt as part of The Clothesline Project at IUP. These shirts will later be displayed during Take Back the Night to provide a visual display about the impacts of violence.
Beard Auditorium in Stouffer Hall
Directed by anti-racism educator Tim Wise, this film explores race and racism in the United States through the lens of whiteness and white privilege.
IUP Planetarium, first floor Weyandt Hall
Title of Show: The New Horizons: Dwarf Planets
Recent space missions have seen Pluto, Ceres and Vesta up close for the first time. These objects may not be “planets,” but they have a lot to tell us.
Shows are at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania planetarium, located on the first floor of Weyandt
Hall. Weyandt Hall is on the east side of the Oak Grove next to Oakland Avenue. Weather permitting,
after the show telescope observing of the night sky (evening shows) or of the Sun (daytime shows) will
be available. Seating is limited; doors will open 15 minutes before each show. Groups that wish to
attend are asked to call in advance. For more information call 724-357-5626 or 724-357-2379.
Full Spring 2017 Schedule
Live on the big screen in the HUB Ohio Room, join STATIC as we present a Netflix and Chill Movie Night featuring Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
on Thursday, March 30, at 7:00 p.m. We’ll supply the movie, popcorn,
candy, drinks, games, and prizes. You just bring your wands, PJs,
blankets, and some pillows.
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