Campus Bulletins

  • University Family Drive Extended through April 24
    The University Family Drive is close to its goal of 800 donors and has been extended to the close of business Tuesday, April 24. If you haven’t yet made your gift, please do so today.
    Poster Making Session on April 25, Part of Hunger Awareness Week
    The Each One Reach One group of the Frederick Douglass Institute for Intercultural Research invites the university community to join us in a Poster Making Session on Wednesday, April 25, to raise awareness about hunger and food insecurity on campus and in the broader community. Supplies will be provided.
    Geoscience Students Gear up for 44th Annual Geoscience Day
    Geoscience Day will be April 27, 2018. Twenty senior Geoscience students will present their independent research during the Geoscience Day Symposium, followed by a talk by alumna Samantha Ritzer ’14. All are welcome to come for some or all of the talks.
    2018 IUP Scholars Forum Award Winners
    The 2018 IUP Scholars Forum was a resounding success with over 300 students presenting their research and creative projects over the course of the two-day event. Students participating in the events were eligible for several awards, and the full list of award winners is now available.
    Women’s Leadership Panel: Informative, Engaging, and Inspiring
    On April 13, 2018, the Eberly College of Business and Information Technology and the IUP Alumni Association co-hosted IUP’s annual Women’s Leadership Panel, featuring a networking session between panel guests and attendees, a breakfast session, and an hour-long open panel discussion.
    Center for Creativity and Change Hosted Counseling Expert for Spring Workshop
    The IUP Center for Creativity and Change recently featured Amy Wenzel, an assistant professor of Psychology in Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, for its spring 2018 workshop, “Innovation in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety and Suicide Prevention.”
    Winter 2017 Graduates
    Here is an alphabetic list of students who graduated from IUP in winter 2017.
    Thompson Contributes to Pacific Intersections Seminar
    Todd Nathan Thompson, associate professor of English and assistant chair of English, took part in the “Pacific Intersections” seminar (led by Hsuan Hsu) at the C-19: Society of Early Americanists biennial conference on March 24 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
    IUP Student Takes Honor at Statewide Research Competition
    Aaron Seidel, a senior geoscience/applied mathematics major, recently made history by becoming the first IUP student to win at the annual Undergraduate at the Capitol Pennsylvania poster competition.
    Breaking Down the Barriers: A Look into Mental Illnesses
    The Community Assistants at IUP are hosting "Breaking Down the Barriers: A Look into Mental Illnesses" on Wednesday, April 25 at 7:00 p.m. in HSS 225.