Monday, March 25, 2019

Join the Council on Spiritual and Religious Life (CSRL) for a panel discussion on respectfully engaging in difficult dialogue. Panel members of different faiths will discuss how to have conversations that might not always be comfortable but are important, and how to do so in an appropriate manner.

Cosponsored by the Six O'Clock Series.

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Student TB Testing Clinic

Health Service, Suites on Maple East, G-65

University Health Center

The Health Service will be holding a free student TB Testing Clinic on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.

You must be able to return on Thursday, March 28, 2019 from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. for the reading at the same location.

Bring you I-Card!

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Pittsburgh Education Recruitment Consortium Job Fair Candidate Registration is now open!

Join us for one of the largest education job fairs in the country. We anticipate another substantial recruitment event with school districts and related employers.

For more information, visit the Pittsburgh Education Recruitment Consortium Job Fair website. Review all information carefully so that your job fair registration is accurate and successful.

Explore the historical role of women in the US Military. Light refreshments and attendance vouchers will be available.

Hump Day

HUB Table 3

Health Education and Advocacy

Activities and information provided by the Health and Wellness Promotion Peer Educators to educate students on healthier lifestyle decisions.

Koru Mindfulness Class 1

G18 Suites on Maple East

Health and Well-Being Center

Finals will be approaching quicker than you think! With all the added stress, learning Koru Mindfulness is what you need to do.Join Kim Weiner, PhD, as she helps you become more mindful, less stressed, get better sleep, and have less self-judgment. This is a four-week free class that meets on the following Wednesdays from 3:30 to 4:45 p.m. in Room G18, Suites on Maple East.

Life Balance: Money and Other Things Workshop

G60 Suites on Maple East

Counseling Center

Balance in life is critical for success at everything from walking to relationships. This workshop will discuss balance in financial matters primarily but will illustrate how the skills used in achieving financial balance would extent to other areas of life, such as work, exercise, and relationships. You might think of this as yoga for your wallet and your life.

Ambassador Laura Dogu: Opportunities and Challenges in Latin America

Humanities and Social Science Building, Rm. 126

Latin American Studies

Ambassador LDoguAmbassador Laura F. Dogu plans to speak about the main regional challenges and opportunities in Latin America while sharing some of her personal stories. She intends to talk briefly about what an Ambassador’s role is and what they do. Lastly, Ambassador Dogu will present very briefly on her current position.

This is part 3 of the Latin American Studies Spring 2019 Series. 

Ambassador Laura Dogu is the acting director of the Hostage Recovery Fusion Cell, an interagency group of law enforcement, diplomatic, military and the intelligence experts responsible for the recovery of U.S. persons held hostage abroad.  From 2015 to 2018 she served as the Ambassador of the United States to Nicaragua, responsible for the bilateral relationship during a time of violent civic unrest.  From 2012 through 2015 she served as deputy chief of mission at the US Embassy, Mexico City, where she managed the many different facets of the complex US-Mexico relationship, one that involves nearly every agency of the US government.  In addition to assignments in Washington, DC, she has served in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico; Ankara, Turkey; Cairo, Egypt; and San Salvador, El Salvador. 

Prior to joining the Department of State, Ambassador Dogu worked for IBM. She earned a BA, BBA, (1985) and MBA (1989) from Southern Methodist University in Dallas as well as a MS from the Industrial College of the Armed Forces in 2007. Ambassador Dogu speaks Spanish, Turkish and Arabic.


Attendance vouchers will be available

Latin American Studies

Discussion on Cyberbullying intervention and Prevention

University of Pittsburgh Law School 3900 Forbes Avenue Aloca Room 2nd Floor

Cyber Security Institute

National cyberbullying expert Dr. Ellen Selkie and experts from Pitt, UPMC Children's Hospital and Carnegie Mellon come together with Pittsburgh Public Schools to talk about cyberbullying. 

What is it? Why should you care? What can you do to stop it? 

All are welcome (children ages 10+) for a thoughtful conversation for parents, adolescents, educators, and researchers. 

Just Paws Therapy Dogs

Atrium in Elkin Hall

Health Education and Advocacy

Let a therapy dog help you de-stress! 

Thursday, March 28, 2019

Conversation Corner

Skillzone: 206 Eicher Hall

International Education Office

Conversation Corner is weekly event where students from around the globe come together in a relaxed atmosphere to talk about cultural differences, share ideas, and practice spoken English or other languages.  This event is open to all IUP students. Join us for free pizza and conversation with IUP International Students! 

Friday, March 29, 2019

Voice Studio 207

Gorell Recital Hall, Second Floor Sutton Hall

The Lively Arts

Performers from the voice studio led by Raquel Winnica-Young join forces for an eclectic program of oritorio, chamber music, and opera. In several different combinations, these singers will interperet music by J.S.Bach, Mozart, Massanet, and Bizet among other pearls of the history of music.

Free admission.

Have the winter blues? Gather some friends and come to the Ohio Room for some Bingo fun. Great prizes!  

Saturday, March 30, 2019

MASS trip to DC

Bus departs MCSLE at Elkin Hall

Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement

MASS sponsored bus trip to Washington, DC.  $10 Deposit required.  Free dinner at American University.

Hispanic Dance Carnival

HUB Ohio Room

Social Equity Office

All are invited to the Hispanic Heritage Council's Hispanic Dance Carnival. Come join in for an evening of dancing, food, and culture! Doors open at 3:00 p.m.  Admission is free with an I-Card and attendance vouchers will be provided.