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IUP Points of Pride

Points of PridePresident Michael Driscoll shares highlights in academics, athletics, scholarships and grant awards, community service, and other areas at each Council of Trustees meeting.

Points of Pride: February 2014 Document icon
Two members of the Class of 1973 have donated a $1.25-million gift toward the new sciences and mathematics building. Caleb Finegan has been selected to serve as director of the Robert E. Cook Honors College. More than 30 community organizations met with hundreds of students during the semiannual Community Involvement Fair. See these and more highlights from around the university.
Points of Pride: November 2013 Document icon
More than 400 members of the IUP community participated in the university’s daylong StrategicVisioning Summit. Ground has been broken for a new College of Humanities and Social Sciences building. Two national publications recently recognized IUP for its support of veterans. See these and more highlights from around the university.
Points of Pride: Student Focus, November 2013 Document icon
A doctoral student has announced her bid for the office of lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania. Student-athletes raised $6,591 during the 2012-13 academic year for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Communications Media and Journalism students organized the second annual PASSHE Collegiate Media Summit at IUP. See these and more highlights from around the university.
Points of Pride: September 2013 Document icon
IUP has received a major grant to fund the digitization of 11,000 mine maps for the Department of Environmental Protection. A biology faculty member has found evidence that mammals originated at least 215 million years ago, much earlier than previous evidence has indicated. Ground has been broken for the new Crimson Café. See these and more highlights from around the university.
Points of Pride: Student Focus, September 2013 Document icon
A doctoral nursing student is one of only five in the country selected as a National League of Nursing Jonas Scholar. For the third consecutive year, an IUP economics major won the Best Paper award at the 2013 Pennsylvania Economic Association Conference. IUP students contribute to the success of the IUP Strategic Visioning Project. See these and more highlights from around the university.
Points of Pride: May 2013 Document icon
A student majoring in Geoscience and Computer Science won the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship. A biology faculty member and student discovered a new species of snake in Honduras. Students raised over $20,000 for the American Cancer Society. See these and more highlights from around the university.
Points of Pride: April 2013 Document icon
Two theater majors won elite fellowships to attend the national Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. Hawks basketball reached the NCAA Division II Sweet Sixteen on an outstanding season.  See these and more highlights from around the university.
Points of Pride: December 2012 Document icon
IUP hosted a Fatality Prevention Forum that featured safety professionals from across the nation and Captain Chesley Sullenberger, known for his successful landing of US Airways Flight 1549 in the Hudson River. The Hawks went to nationals in football, women's cross-country, and field hockey, and won the sixth PSAC title in golf. See these and more highlights from around the university.
Points of Pride: September 2012 Document icon
The teacher education program is the first in Pennsylvania to earn "continuous improvement" accreditation from the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. The Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex experienced a successful first year of operation. See these and more highlights from around the university.
 
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