Shinberg Presents on Disability Demography

Associate Professor Diane Shinberg presented a paper at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America in Columbus, OH, on April 18, 2024.

Ricupero Scholarship Winners Announced for 2024

The 2024 Ricupero scholarship recipients are Baking and Pastry Arts students Myia Page from Emlenton, PA, and Kelsey Young from Tionesta, PA.

IUP, IRMC Continues Season Two of “Rural Health Pulse” Podcast With Episode on Ticks and Diseases They Transmit

Indiana University of Pennsylvania and Indiana Regional Medical Center’s joint podcast, “Rural Health Pulse,” continues with “Lyme and Other Tickborne Diseases” with IUP biology professor Thomas Simmons.

Proposed College of Osteopathic Medicine Founding Dean Honored as Fellow of American College of Neuropsychiatrists

Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Miko Rose, the founding dean of IUP’s proposed college of osteopathic medicine, has been elected as a fellow of the American College of Neuropsychiatrists by the Fellows of the American College of Neuropsychiatrists/American College of Osteopathic Neurologists and Psychiatrists.

Dean’s List for Spring 2024

Undergraduate students receive recognition on the Dean’s List for each fall, spring, or summer term(s) in which they earn at least a 3.25 GPA based on at least 12 credits of graded (not P/F) undergraduate coursework, or a combination of graded graduate and undergraduate coursework.

IUP Regional Planning Professor Invited Panelist for Aerium Summit, Showcase for Commerce

John Benhart, professor of regional planning in IUP’s Department of Geography, Geology, Environment, and Planning and director of IUP’s Geospatial Intelligence Certificate programs and Unmanned Aircraft Systems Certificate programs, is an invited panelist for the second annual Aerium Summit and will be a panelist for a program at the thirty-third annual Showcase for Commerce.

Vaccaro Co-authors Book with PhD Alumna on Use of Humor in Child Welfare Casework

Christian Vaccaro, professor in the Department of Sociology, co-authored "Exploring Humor in Child Welfare Casework: Laugh to Get Through It or Cry Forever" with Lisa Landram, alumna of the Administration and Leadership Studies in Nonprofit and Public Sectors program (PhD ’20). Landram is an incoming assistant professor of social work at Mary Baldwin University.

Benjamin Is Guest on "Student Affairs Now" Podcast

Mimi Benjamin was a guest on this week’s episode of the "Student Affairs NOW" podcast. She and her co-authors discussed their new book, "Living-Learning Communities in Practice."

Vetter Awarded Research Grant from Wikimedia Foundation 

Matthew Vetter (Department of English) has been awarded a research grant from the Wikimedia Foundation (the nonprofit behind Wikipedia) as part of an international team that includes Brett Buttliere (University of Warsaw) and Sage Ross (Wiki Education Foundation).  

IUP Recognizes University Senate Awards Winners, Faculty Emeriti

Indiana University of Pennsylvania has announced recipients of the University Senate Awards and the list of new faculty emeriti.

Benjamin Receives University Senate’s Distinguished Faculty Service Award

At the May 9 University Faculty Achievement Awards Dinner, Mimi Benjamin received the University Senate’s Distinguished Faculty Service Award, which recognizes significant contributions to the university community or to the recipient’s professional community at large. Benjamin joined the faculty in 2013.

Congratulations to Graduates of Foreign Languages Dept!

The Department of Foreign Languages congratulates our students who are graduating with a certificate, minor, or major in one of the languages we are offering.

Fox Displays Food-Themed Artwork at Virginia Show

Comm Media faculty member Rachel Fox won a spot at Delectable, a juried national exhibition of food-themed artworks held at the d'Art Center in Norfolk, VA. 

Roles Publishes Book Review

Comm Media PhD candidate Lori Smith Roles recently published a book review in "Popular Culture Studies Journal."

Students Honored at SAHE Banquet

The Department of Student Affairs in Higher Education honored graduating students and recognized two graduates for exceptional accomplishments and contributions as part of the department's annual banquet on Wednesday, May 8, 2024.

Stiegler Receives Faculty Scholar Award

Comm Media faculty member Zack Stiegler has been awarded the 2024 Faculty Scholar Award.