IUP Hosting Planetarium Shows, Free and Open to the Community

Indiana University of Pennsylvania will open the 2023–24 academic year’s planetarium shows on September 25 with “Awaiting the Darkening.”

IUP Pre-med Students Complete IRMC Internship Program

Two Indiana University of Pennsylvania biology majors are just a little closer to their lifetime careers, thanks to Indiana Regional Medical Center’s Pre-Med Undergraduate Summer Internship.

IUP Holocaust Remembrance Committee Hosting Holocaust Survivors for Sept. 26 Presentation

The Holocaust Remembrance Committee at Indiana University of Pennsylvania will host two Holocaust survivors for a special presentation on September 26 at 6:00 p.m. in the IUP Hadley Union Building’s Ohio Room. The presentation is free and open to the community.

IUP Secures $1 Million from Department of Defense for Summer Language Immersion Program for Cybersecurity Students

Indiana University of Pennsylvania has received $996,350 from the Department of Defense to establish a pilot summer immersion program for cybersecurity students to develop language foundations and proficiency in Chinese. IUP is the only school in the nation chosen to develop the program.

IUP Celebrating Constitution Day with Public Reading, Program on the Framers of the Constitution

Indiana University of Pennsylvania will celebrate Constitution Day on Sept. 18 with two events free and open to the community. Constitution Day commemorates the September 17, 1787 signing of the U.S. Constitution, which is 234 years old this year.

Third IUP Student Selected for Full-Tuition Scholarship by Statler Foundation

Elizabeth Haffling, a senior hotel, restaurant, tourism, and event planning major from Martinsburg, has been awarded the prestigious Statler Foundation’s Scholarship of Excellence. 

IUP Council of Trustees Approve Four Resolutions Honoring Donors, University Leadership

Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Council of Trustees approved four resolutions on September 7 in honor of members of the IUP community, including two retired faculty members and two retired administrators.

President Presents “Points of Pride”

On September 7, 2023, President Michael Driscoll shared several "IUP Points of Pride" at the September Council of Trustees meeting.

Department of Nursing and Allied Health Featured in Documentary Spotlighting Nursing Shortage in Pennsylvania

Indiana University of Pennsylvania is playing a part in spotlighting the nursing shortage in Pennsylvania and in the nation. IUP’s Department of Nursing and Allied Health is featured in “Navigating the Nursing Shortage,” a digital documentary produced by WQED Multimedia.

IUP to Offer Annual Memorial Program to Mark September 11 Attacks

Indiana University of Pennsylvania will mark the anniversary of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on Sept. 11 starting at 11:10 a.m. in front of the 9/11 memorial in the IUP Oak Grove. The program is open to the community.

IUP Accepting Students and Professionals for Biosafety/Biorisk Management Certificate Program

Indiana University of Pennsylvania is addressing a need for trained professionals in the biosafety and biosecurity fields through its specialized Biosafety/Biorisk Management Certificate program.

Honoring Faculty Members Promoted in Academic Rank

The Office of the Provost has announced the promotion of several faculty members to full professor effect the fall 2023 semester.

Computer Science and Mathematics Tutoring Available

The Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences offers free tutoring for its introductory courses.

Science at IUP Featured on KDKA-TV, Sept. 5

On Tuesday, September 5, tune in to KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh between 9:00 and 10:00 a.m. for an interview about science at IUP with President Michael Driscoll and Steve Hovan, dean of the Kopchick College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.

“Rural Health Pulse” Podcast by IUP, Indiana Regional Medical Center, Continues With Episode With Punxsutawney Hospital Administrator

Indiana University of Pennsylvania and Indiana Regional Medical Center’s podcast, “Rural Health Pulse,” concludes season one with Katie Donald, marketing and public relations specialist at Punxsutawney Area Hospital, discussing rural healthcare models and challenges.

Director of IUP Military and Veterans Resource Center Selected as 2023 Veteran Champion of the Year in Higher Education

Cory Shay, director of Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Military and Veterans Resource Center, has been selected for the 2023 Veteran Champions of the Year in Higher Education list by Military Friendly.