Kipp Gallery & Kipp Annex Gallery located on the first floor of Sprowls Hall
The Lively Arts
exhibition is on view at Kipp Gallery, located on the first floor of
Sprowls Hall, from January 21 – February 14, 2020.
Haven Project Events
Stop by and see the Haven Project to learn about
stalking behaviors and resources that are available to help.
safety tips and discover which safety apps are best for your protection. Say
hello and grab some Haven gear.
Health Service, Suites on Maple East
Readings will be done two days after the initial test at the same time and location. If you do not get the test read within 48 to 72 hours, the testing will need repeated.
The IUP Health Service is located on the ground floor of SOME.
The test is free to all IUP students who have paid a wellness fee. If receiving the test outside of the denoted times, there will be a $15 charge.
Gorell Recital Hall, Second Floor Sutton Hall
Project Trio is a passionate, high-energy chamber music ensemble comprised of three virtuostic composer/performers from Brooklyn, New York. Blending their classical training with an eclectic taste in musical styles, Project Trio has made an impact on audiences of all ages.
Bursting onto the scene with their landmark videos, right out of the internet generation, Project Trio is a musical experience defining a new level of entertainment!
Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement
During this weeks leadership workshop, student will explore their multiple identities and how they inform the way individuals are perceived and lead.
IUP to UPMC Shadyside
Office of Housing, Residential Living, and Dining
All students are invited to this interesting trip! The Mindfulness Living-Learning Community (LLC) is sponsoring a trip to UPMC Shadyside. While there, we will learn about mindfulness-based stress reduction, as well as various integrative medicinal approaches to mindfulness.
Interested students should sign up with RD Brad Henry in his office in 102 Suites on Maple East.
University College Events
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Over the course of their 20-plus year career, Grammy-nominated quintet Imani Winds has discovered what audiences’ value most from their concerts: a sense of connection with the music, the performers, the composers, the artistry, and beyond. This concept
of connectivity has led them to program not only music from the traditional chamber music canon, but also concerts that reach beyond the usual boundaries of the recital stage.
Imani Winds seamlessly navigates between classical, jazz, and world music idioms demonstrating their mission to expand the wind quintet repertoire. Extolled by the Philadelphia Inquirer as “what triumph sounds like,” Imani Winds has created a distinct
presence in the classical music world through their dynamic playing, culturally relevant programming, and virtuosic collaborations.
Get tickets here.
More information about this event.
Are you interested in becoming a Resident Assistant? Stop by and learn about the job, the amazing benefits, and other perks. All students are welcome to this no pressure event.
Fisher Auditorium, IUP Performing Arts Center
The IUP Music Department will host the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association District 2, 3, and 5 High School Orchestra Festival January 29-31 at 7 PM in Fisher Auditorium. The concert will feature 130 high school students performing works under the direction of Dr. Alexandra Dee, Director of Orchestral Studies at IUP. The concert is open to the public. Tickets are priced at $5 per person.
Gorell Recital Hall, 2nd Floor Sutton Hall
A faculty recital featuring Sarah Schouten, horn and pianist Amber Shay Nicholson, performing works by Basler, Naigus, Mutter, and more!
G60 Suites on Maple East
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Office
Come hear the words and music by Suffrage Era Women: "The March of The Women" by Ethel Smyth promoted by Emmeline Pankhurst, the words of Susan B. Anthony, Sojourner Truth, Ida B. Wells, and Indiana's own Jane Leonard and composer Gladys Fisher, along with classical, blues, and jazz selections by courageous women composers of the Suffrage era.
Featuring AAUW and IUP performers: Sarah Mantel and Mary Jo Bowes, AAUW Soirée Coordinators, Gretchen Barbor, Stanley Chepaitis, Lillian Clemons, Evan Englestad, Mary Logan-Hastings, Patricia Holmes, Julianne Laird, Elary Mede, Chloe Tubbs, Rob Lawson, Carl Rahkonen, Susan Wheatley, and IUP music faculty/students.
A Suffragist reception will follow in the Blue Room greeted by AAUW hostess, Charlotte Manges.
Open to the public and free admission.
Presented by the Indiana County AAUW in partnership with IUP.
116 Northern Suites
International Education Office
All IUP students are welcome to attend, eat snacks, and socialize with those from other countries. Learn about another culture and practice another language all while playing board games, pool, and ping pong.
Organized by the IUP Office of International Education.
Stright Hall 201
Math and Computer Science Events
Organizational meeting for a new student chapter of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.
Suites on Maple East Room G-60
Come learn how you can spread awareness on campus about healthy
relationships by helping the Haven Project staff tables.
Concert featuring the chamber music of guest artist Gregory Fritze. Performers include an alumni and current IUP tubaphonium ensemble.