Recent News

IUP Develops Program to Inspire Next Generation of Educators of Special Education Professionals

Indiana University of Pennsylvania has received $20,000 in funding from the Pennsylvania Training and Technical Assistance Network (PaTTAN) for a new initiative to inspire the next generation of special education teachers.

IUP Students Selected for Competitive International Study Awards

Shanya Coshey, an Asian studies and anthropology double major from Manor, has been selected for a Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship, and Dilan Dybus, an Asian studies major from Cresson, has been selected for a Freeman Asia Award. The scholarships will fund the students’ year-long study at Kansai Gaidai University in Hirakata, Japan.

IUP Secures $1 Million for Enhanced Collaboration with Japanese University

The University of Miyazaki, an IUP partner, has received $1 million from the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology for a five-year collaboration that extends the current eight-week virtual English language instruction and an in-person experience at IUP for its students.

Safety Sciences and Environmental Engineering Career Fair

The annual IUP Safety Sciences and Environmental Engineering Career Fair is set for September 26, 2024, at IUP's Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex. Registration is now open.

SMART Scholarship Program Solicitation for Vendor Proposals

Logistics Management Institute, in collaboration with the Department of Defense, is seeking proposals from qualified vendors to support outreach and awareness of the Science, Mathematics, and Research for Transformation Scholarship-for-Service Program (referred to as the SMART Program) to rural populations to increase the diversity of the program.

Post-doctoral Fellow Position Available at US Army War College

A full-time post-doctoral fellow position is now open at the US Army War College in Carlisle Barracks, PA.

Keppich Takes Students to BEA in Vegas

In mid-April, a group of comm media students accompanied faculty member Stephanie Keppich to the 2024 Broadcast Education Association Annual Convention in Las Vegas.

Piwinsky and Students Work with Community

Comm Media faculty member Mark Piwinsky has been working with different student teams on various projects in the Indiana community.

IUP to Receive $149,998 to Support Undergraduate Students with Children through Parent Pathways Grant Program

Indiana University of Pennsylvania has received $149,998 from the Pennsylvania Department of Education to continue its work to support undergraduate parenting students.

Spring Finals Week Hours for Library, Tutoring, Food, De-Stressing Activities, and More

You’re heading into Finals Week and doing your best—to complete those last homework assignments, study for finals, and finish semester projects. We know it isn’t easy, and there’s a lot of hard work happening right now.