Council of Trustees’ Public Meeting, May 9

President Driscoll invites the IUP community to attend the public meeting of the IUP Council of Trustees on Thursday, May 9, 2024, at 5:00 p.m. in Conference Room 6/7 at the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex.

Green Dot Bystander Intervention Training for Faculty, Staff, Administrators, and Coaches

Attention IUP employees! Don't miss your chance to be Green Dot trained.

IUP Community Music School Recitals

The IUP Community Music School will present two year-end recitals made up of private lesson students.

IUP’s Music Theater to Close Season with Tony Award-Winning Musical, “Songs for a New World”

Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Music Theater has announced the upcoming musical production, “Songs for a New World.” This production will take place in Gorell Recital Hall on the second floor of Sutton Hall May 1-2 at 8:00 p.m.

Theater-by-the-Grove to Present New Stories, Ideas, and Voices in New Works Festival

IUP Theater-by-the-Grove announces three plays for the 2024 New Works Festival.

IUP Young Alumni Achievement Award Sociologist to Present “The Importance of Sociologists in Medicine”

Phillip Schnarrs, an Indiana University of Pennsylvania Young Alumni Achievement Award recipient who is an associate professor and associate chair for research in the Department of Population Health at Dell Medical School, University of Texas–Austin, will present “The Importance of Sociologists in Medicine” at IUP on April 17.

IUP Hosting Nationally Recognized Book Conservator for Presentation April 18 as Part of “Big Ideas” Program

Consuela (Chela) G. Metzger, a nationally recognized and award-winning expert in the field of book conservation, will present “Old Books, New Ideas—Transformations of a Rare Book Conservator” on April 18 at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Metzger’s presentation at IUP is part of IUP’s Big Ideas: Transformative Culture and the Professions.

Save the Date: “A Conversation with President Driscoll,” April 15

This program continues the Open Conversations series and is open to faculty, staff, and students. It will include President Driscoll's updates on IUP, the State System’s financial sustainability work, and progress on the Academic Restructuring and Program Review process.

Scholars Forum and 3MT Finals

Join the School of Graduate Studies and Research and the IUP Research Institute at the nineteenth annual Scholars Forum, held at the KCAC. This event celebrates student research at IUP and includes the annual Three-Minute Thesis competition.

IUP Celebrating Graphic Arts Program, Students, Alumni Connections With Slenkfest 2024

Indiana University of Pennsylvania will celebrate the connections and career successes of graphic design alumni—including a presentation by an award-winning Marvel film artist and an exhibition by a nationally known illustrator and designer, both originally from the Pittsburgh region—as part of the first, to-be-annual, “Slenkfest” April 11 to 13.

Burleson to Give Solo Recital at IUP

Professor of piano at Hunter College/City University of New York, Geoffrey Burleson will perform a solo recital at IUP on Monday, April 8, at 7:30 p.m. in Gorell Recital Hall. Admission is free.

ArtsPath and College of Ed/Comm Remain Focused on Student Creativity

The College of Education and Communications has completed its second artist residency of the year, with teacher education candidates taking a ECED/ECSP creative experiences courses.

Hawks Helping Hawks Drive Ends Friday

Volunteers from around campus are leading this year’s Hawks Helping Hawks drive to provide funds that impact our students and every facet of our campus. Your participation in the Hawks Helping Hawks drive is another way to help students experience a sense of stability and a culture of caring as they earn an IUP education.

IUP Summer Utilities Savings Program Begins Monday, May 13

As part of IUP’s ongoing work to create efficiencies and to reduce costs, we will continue our Summer Utilities Savings Program for summer 2024.

Premier International Dance Ensembles Presented by Hilton Garden Inn and Lively Arts

The premier dance ensembles Nrityagram and Chitrasena, from India and Sri Lanka, will perform on Tuesday, March 26, at 7:30 p.m. in Fisher Auditorium of the IUP Performing Arts Center, presented by the Lively Arts and the Hilton Garden Inn Indiana at IUP.

Indian Dance Ensemble Presentation

The Nrityagram Dance Ensemble, in collaboration with the Chitrasena Dance Company, present a Lecture/Demonstration that is an introduction to Odissi dance, as evolved and practiced at Nrityagram, and Kandyan dance, as developed and practiced by the Chitrasena Dance School.