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Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Even though we can't be together for Take Back the Night, the Haven Project is asking survivors of sexual violence to share their stories anonymously so we can hold a Virtual Speak Out on April 15.

We see you. We hear you. We believe you. We support you!Norm at Take Back the Night

Anyone that is interested in sharing their story of sexual assault can do so anonymously via the google doc linked below. We ask that if you submit a story, please leave out any identifying information for yourself and the person that caused the assault. The Haven Project will read the stories on April 15 via social media. We want to continue to show our support for victims and survivors of sexual assault.

Anonymous Google Doc for Survivor Stories

The deadline to submit a story is Monday, April 13.

Please follow the Haven Project on social media for information on Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month and our other topics:

  • Facebook: IUP Haven Project
  • Twitter: @IUPHaven
  • Instagram: @IUPHaven

Questions? Visit the Haven Project website or email haven-project@iup.edu.

April 15, 2020, Interviewing 101 - Interviewing can be intimidating but not when you know what to expect and how to prepare! Join IUP CPDC Associate Director Kelsey Thompson as she covers the types of interviews you might encounter (there are probably more than you thought!), how to prepare and answer common interview questions, what questions you should ask, and so much more! 

@IUPFSL on Instagram.  The IUP Faternity/Sorority Life team misses seeing everyone in letters. So starting this Wednesday for the remainder of the semester please wear your letters on Wednesdays! Make sure to take a picture and tag us @IUPFSL on Instagram. 

Listen as Health and Wellness Peer Educator Charles Coleman explains the quote, "The key is not spending time, but investing in it" on Instagram (@iupaware or @iupranger1).

Are you a leader of a student organization or just looking to learn more about Crimson Connect?  Join Kevin Foster on Wednesday see how you can maximize your use of Crimson Connect.

Peace Corps. All majors. You can apply at the end of your junior year or beginning of your senior year; earliest departure is after graduation as most positions require a BA/BS. Additionally, we can only take those that currently hold US citizenship. Zoom session

Extended to all women by Panhellenic.  The program is offered by LEAD and is free for everyone via https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_AFPz0OeuRqm1e9XRKlL-1Q   Let's Empower, Advocate, and Do, Inc. (LEAD) is an industry leader in mental health education, founded in the wake of the Sandy Hook tragedy.

CANCELED: MFA Thesis Exhibition

University Museum, 1st floor Sutton Hall AND Kipp Galleries, Sprowls Hall

The Lively Arts

Concurrent exhibitions showcasing works by the Spring 2020 Master of Fine Arts candidates from IUP's Art Department.  These exhibitions celebrate the final stages of graduate degree work and feature a wide variety of styles and media. The exhibits are presented across three campus venues in Sutton and Sprowls Hall. 

University Museum Hours: 2:00–6:00 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday; noon-7:30 p.m. Thursday; noon–4:00 p.m. Saturday. Closed Sunday and Monday.

Kipp and Annex Gallery Hours: noon–4:00 p.m., Tuesday–Friday. Closed Monday, Saturday, Sunday and all university holidays and breaks.

This exhibit runs from March 31, 2020 to April 25, 2020 

Free Admission

The Academy Schools. Psychology, sociology, criminal justice, social work, counseling. Zoom session

CANCELED - Koru Mindfulness Final Class

G18 Suites on Maple East

Health and Well-Being Events

This course, consisting of four weekly classes, is designed to teach basic mindfulness and meditation skills. Mindfulness has been empirically demonstrated to help focus attention, improve mood and decrease stress and anxiety. This course is not for credit and is free of charge. The companion app will be paid for by IUP.

This event is canceled.

Discussing the current United States legislation and political climate that affects the LGBTQIA community.

Speak Out for Sexual Assault Awareness Month (Virtual)

Haven Project Social Media and Website

Haven Project Events

The Haven Project will read the personal stories of sexual assault survivors  .

Please follow the Haven Project on social media for information on Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month.

  • Facebook: IUP Haven Project
  • Twitter: @IUPHaven
  • Instagram: @IUPHaven


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