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  • Trump, Twitter, and Freedom of Speech: Constitution in Crisis
    In Part 1 of the series Constitution in Crisis, IUP Department of Political Science faculty members David Chambers and Gwen Torges discussed the ways in which a sitting US president could be removed from office. In this second installment, Torges talks about social media and the First Amendment and how those things relate to recent events.
    Spring 2021: A Look Ahead
    Flexibility has been key during the last two semesters at IUP, and that will continue into the spring. A number of programs and events are planned, but in the midst of a pandemic, how participants experience those events may be subject to change. Here’s what’s planned for spring 2021.
    Dining on Campus, Spring 2021
    As we start the spring semester, we have exciting changes to the dining program to share with you along with some temporary changes in hours of operation.
    Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society at IUP Selected for Top Honors by National Organization
    Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s chapter of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society is one of only 21 chapters in the nation chosen for a Circle of Excellence Platinum Distinction award, the highest commendation a chapter can receive.
    Guaranteed Admission into University of Cork (Ireland) Graduate Programs
    The Madia Department of Chemistry and the University College Cork (Ireland) have signed a formal memorandum of understanding to facilitate the admission of any qualified IUP chemistry and biochemistry graduates into the MRes in biochemistry and cell biology or MSc in molecular cell biology with bioinnovation.
    Guaranteed Admission into WVU Chemistry PhD Program
    The Madia Department of Chemistry and West Virginia University’s C. Eugene Bennett Department of Chemistry have signed a formal memorandum of understanding to facilitate the admission of any qualified IUP chemistry and biochemistry graduate into the PhD in Chemistry program at WVU.
    DeSoto-Jackson, Marzerath, Ostrowski, and Benjamin Coauthor “Teaching Teamwork through Theater” Chapter
    Rachel DeSoto-Jackson (Theatre, Dance, and Performance), Paige Matzerath (SAHE ’20), Emily Ostrowski (SAHE ’20), and Mimi Benjamin (Student Affairs in Higher Education) coauthored a book chapter that was included in Integrating Professional Skills into Undergraduate Chemistry Curricula.
    Fair and Kondo Coauthor Book Chapter
    Justin Fair and Anne Kondo (Madia Department of Chemistry) coauthored two book chapters that were included in Integrating Professional Skills into Undergraduate Chemistry Curricula.
    Dillaman Authors Book Chapter on “Perspectives from New Student Orientation”
    Craig Dillaman, director of New Student Orientation, authored a book chapter, “Minor in Professional Teamwork and Leadership Evolution—Perspectives from New Student Orientation,” that was included in Integrating Professional Skills into Undergraduate Chemistry Curricula.
    Fair and Coworkers Coauthor “Integrating Professional Skills into Undergraduate Chemistry Curricula”
    Justin Fair (Madia Department of Chemistry, IUP) and Kelly Neiles and Pamela Mertz from St. Mary’s College of Maryland coauthored an edited book titled Integrating Professional Skills into Undergraduate Chemistry Curricula.
    Removing a US President: Constitution in Crisis
    Since the January 6 events in Washington, DC, there has been much talk about removing President Donald Trump from office, even though he is set to leave on January 20. Two faculty members from IUP’s Department of Political Science, David Chambers and Gwen Torges, recently lent their expertise to the discussion.
    Art Education Student Recognized for Volunteer Work
    Kaitlyn Carey, an art education major, was nominated as A Person Who Made a Difference in the Susquehanna Valley for her volunteer work at the Priestley-Forsyth Memorial Library in Northumberland, Pennsylvania.
    Best Wishes for a Successful Spring Semester from President Driscoll
    As the IUP community prepares for the spring semester, President Driscoll shares information with students about the online-only start of classes; free, on-campus COVID-19 testing; and hopes for the national Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
    COVID-19 Testing Available for Students
    As heard from President Driscoll on Tuesday, January 5, IUP will offer free, on-campus COVID-19 testing for all students. Please review this additional information about this testing.
    Information for Residential Students from Housing
    We know that students may be concerned about when they can return to the residence halls. Housing and Dining will be open for students beginning Saturday, January 16, 2021. Before the first day of classes (Tuesday, January 19), please tell us your plans.