IUP's Safety Sciences Department recently became the beneficiary of two gifts from Alcoa and the Alcoa Foundation.
A $35,000 gift from Alcoa will directly benefit students through scholarships and the enhancement of lab and field experiences. It also will fund the expenses of a team of students who will compete in an accident investigation competition sponsored by the Alcoa Campus Partnership.
A $100,000 gift from the Alcoa Foundation will fund a fatality prevention forum next fall in Pittsburgh that will be available to the region’s safety professionals. IUP’s faculty will organize the event.
In the photo, from left, are Lon Ferguson, chair of IUP’s Safety Sciences Department; IUP alumnus Jeff Shockey '80, Alcoa’s director of corporate safety; David Werner, IUP’s interim president; and Safety Sciences students Jeff Fyock and Danielle Anna.
Visit Support IUP to learn more about how private gifts enhance the student experience and provide opportunities to the citizens of the commonwealth.
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