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  • Need Halloween Plans? STATIC Has You Covered with a Friday Night Dance Party!
    Bummed that COVID canceled all of your Halloween plans? STATIC’s got you covered with a free, streaming Halloween Dance Party on Friday night.
    IUP Announces Details of IUP NextGen Planning
    Indiana University of Pennsylvania has released additional details about the restructuring of its six academic colleges and academic programs, part of the IUP NextGen plan.
    Memorial for Jaedyn Wright
    The family of Jaedyn Wright, a third-year communications media major from Rankin who died on October 17, shares information with the IUP community about Jaedyn’s memorial arrangements.
    Don’t Miss the Fifth Annual IUP Cyber Security Seminar
    On November 5, 2020, national cybersecurity experts will gather virtually for a daylong conference on topics that will engage general business owners, business executives, and those with both beginner and advance technical skills. Industry security experts will educate attendees on current and future trends in cybersecurity and what they can do to secure and defend critical information.
    A Night at the IUP Museum
    Join us for a night of activities at the IUP Museum in Sutton Hall on Friday, October 30, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. The eventful evening will include tales of secrets about various artworks and artists, a museum hunt, Halloween gifts, and an opportunity to dress or accessorize as your favorite character from the movie A Night in the Museum.   
    Academy of Culinary Arts Virtual Event: Saturday, November 7
    Register now for the Academy of Culinary Arts live virtual visit on Saturday, November 7, beginning at 11:00 a.m. This event will give you the opportunity to hear about our culinary and baking programs, learn about job placement, student life, and much more
    It’s Time for Fresh Food Friday
    Join Sierra DeMarsh on Instagram @iupaware and @iupranger1 and watch as she prepares linguini and clam sauce.
    Alumni Fulmer ’15 and Zbur ’16, from KPMG, Speak to Student Accounting Association
    On October 20, 2020, the Student Accounting Association hosted a Zoom meeting with guest speakers from KPMG’s Pittsburgh office. The guest speakers, both senior audit associates with KPMG, included alumni Alicia Fulmer and Sarah Zbur ’16.
    IUP a Finalist for Two Pittsburgh Technology Council Tech 50 Awards
    Indiana University of Pennsylvania is the sole higher education finalist for the “Top COVID Pivot” award from the Pittsburgh Technology Council and is the sole higher education finalist for the Pittsburgh Technology Council’s 2020 Tech 50 Awards in the Non-Profit-Education-Community category.
    Criminology Graduate Student Organization Meeting, November 17
    IUP students are invited to the next Criminology Graduate Student Organization meeting on Tuesday, November 17, at 4:00 p.m. via Zoom. This meeting will serve as a “meet-and-greet” where students may become familiar with the organization, as well as suggest topics for future meetings.
    Eberly Features Student Assistant Koons
    Parker Koons has lived his entire life in Indiana and has experienced a lot of IUP culture through his siblings and hometown before he even decided he was going to attend IUP. Parker attended Indiana Senior High and during his junior year started looking into and applying to colleges.
    Hoodie Sale at the Co-op Store
    Just in time for fall weather, all hooded sweatshirts at the Co-op Store are 25 percent off now through Thursday, November 5!
    STI Clinic, November 4
    An STI clinic will be held on Wednesday, November 4, at the Health Service from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    STATIC Shows It Cares through Its Entertainment
    “There’s nothing to doooo!” This cry, heard from millions of teens and college students around the globe, is not true at IUP. Programming that entertains and relieves stress is abundant. And, the group of hardworking students that puts it all together takes it to heart if few participate. 
    Introducing Cascade CMS, IUP’s Upcoming Content Management System
    In the coming months, IUP will transition from our current content management system, Ektron, to Cascade CMS by Hannon Hill.
    Benjamin Presents on Living-Learning Communities During Challenging Times
    Mimi Benjamin presented “Engaging Students Through Living-Learning Communities Through Challenging Times” at the National Virtual Learning Communities summit on October 23, 2020.  The conference aimed to address new challenges in higher education as a response to uncertain times.
    Sibert Receives Frank S. Manchester Award
    The Pennsylvania Principals Association awarded Susan M. Sibert the Frank S. Manchester Award for excellence in journalism.
    Don’t Forget to “Fall Back”
    Daylight Savings Time ends at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, November 1, 2020. As we prepare our clocks to “fall back,” this is a chance to also prepare your home and family for emergencies.
    MBA Student Redilla on Dealing with School During COVID-19
    Ryan Redilla works as a graduate assistant in the Journal Office of the Eberly College of Business and Information Technology, and is a second lieutenant and quartermaster platoon leader in the United States Ryan Army. Ryan responded to the question about how COVID-19 has impacted his education.
    Graduate Admissions Virtual Fall Open House
    The School of Graduate Studies and Research invites you to join us on Wednesday, November 4, from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. Individuals will have the opportunity to learn about the admissions process, meet with department coordinators to discuss programs, and engage with other prospective students in Zoom breakout rooms.
    Our Fight for Civil Rights in Indiana
    From protests demanding integration of the community pool to memorial marches on Philadelphia Street to the start of a speakers’ bureau and an elementary tutoring program—the fight for civil rights in Indiana took many forms. It also had faculty champions. IUP retiree Edith Cord shares her memories from the ’60s and ’70s of faculty efforts “to give everyone a better chance at the American dream.”
    IUP Secures Funding for Cyber Scholarship Program
    Indiana University of Pennsylvania has received more than $630,000 from the Department of Defense for scholarships for nine IUP students who are enrolled in concentrated studies in the cybersecurity field. This is the third consecutive year that IUP students have been selected for this competitive funding.
    Let’s Get Spooky, IUP! Celebrate Halloween All Week with STATIC
    Check out these awesome Halloween events, sponsored by STATIC, for the week of October 25 through 31, including Fall Fest on Sunday; scary movies on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday; and a Halloween DJ Dance Party with DJ QRX on Friday!
    Flu Shot Clinic Held at IUP Punxsutawney
    Free influenza vaccines were administered to IUP students and employees on October 23, 2020.
    Student Affairs Digest, Volume 2, Issue 7
    In this week’s Student Affairs Digest, we focus on an update from the IUP Food Pantry and Help Center, as well as lots of other great programs from across the division.
    Keeping You Informed with Videos
    The Center for Health and Well Being’s YouTube channel contains lots of short, informational videos tailored to IUP students’ healthy lifestyles. Be sure to check them out!
    IUP Graduates Honor Their Parents While Helping Future IUP Students
    Dan Simoni, a 1994 IUP accounting graduate and managing partner with Price Waterhouse, and Michelle Costanza Simoni, a 1995 sociology graduate, of Bixby, Oklahoma, have added funds to the Wayne Norman Simoni Scholarship and have provided funding to establish the Mary Louise Costanza scholarship.