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Are you getting ready to interview for an intership or full-time job? Or maybe you are thinking about attending a networking event? Still not sure what business casual really means? Whatever the occasion or event might be, understanding professional attire and how to present yourself is key to making a great first impression! Join us and JCPenney as we demonstrate what to wear and what not to wear in these professional settings.
Elkin Hall Great Room
While on a forgettable first date together in Ohio, a black man (Get Out's Daniel Kaluuya) and a black woman (Jodie Turner-Smith, in her first starring feature-film role), are pulled over for a minor traffic infraction. The situation escalates, with sudden and tragic results.
During this week's workshop, students will identify different types of communication, learn to listen attentively, and examine communication strategies for effective leaders.
IUP’s Erin Conlin examines how Florida's agricultural producers and government officials tapped into the Bahamas' black workforce during World War II to support American agricultural goals. Presented by Pan-African Studies. Lunch and attendance vouchers provided.
During this week's workshop, students will explore the concepts of social and restorative justice and develop strategies to incorporate social and restorative justice in their approach to leadership.
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what defines a healthy relationship and the toxic red flags one should look out
Winter Warm-up is an opportunity to network and connect with student leaders and organizations. With over 120 organization in attendance, participants have an opportunity to find an organization or community to join, that fits what they need. If you are unable to attend, please go to Crimsonconnect (www.iup.edu/crimsonconnect) to find active recognized student organizations.
Through rousing live musical performance and integrated video projection, Respect tells the life story of the anointed Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin.
During this week's workshop, students will develop basis team building skills, learn strategies for engaging members, and synthesize skills into practice.
During this week's workshop, students will explore the impact of media on they way individuals approach leadership and develop strategies to effectively communicate individual and community values.
awareness about Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired
Immunodeficiency Syndrome, care, and treatment in the LGBTQIA community.
Test your mad TRIVIA skills. Individuals and teams are welcome. Snacks and prizes are available. Hosted by Young Life and the Multicultural Center.
Join us for a panel with a dynamically, intersectional group that will share their perspectives and strategies navigating systems that affect Latinx people in the workplace. African-American, Latinx, individuals of color, and allies are welcome to attend.
Plagued with anxiety, depression, and suicide, young people today are growing up in a constantly changing world that’s becoming increasingly unadaptable. Quarter Life Crisis searches to discover the causes and dispel the myths of modern society’s hardships, including misguided parenting, endless comparisons of lives over social media, and established institutions no longer guaranteeing happiness and prosperity.
Emanuel is the untold story of the victims and survivors of the Charleston Church shooting that killed nine church members. Directed by Brian Ivie, this 2019 documentary features interviews with survivors and family members and examines the history of race relations in Charleston.
This event is free, and all are welcome and encouraged to attend. Discussion to follow the film. Free snacks provided.
Hosted by: Queer Colors, Pride Alliance, LGBTQIA+ Support, Lutheran Student Movement, Graduate Student Assembly, and the Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement.
During this week's workshop, students will learn about the advantages of diversity in teams and leadership, identify systematic barriers to equality and inclusiveness, and examine their own identity and culture.
IUP's Dr. Molina explains how geospatial analysis of the weathering hypothesis can reveal how various factors affect health outcomes for these ethnic groups. Lunch and attendance vouchers provided.
During this week's workshop, students will learn about the components of resilience and grit and develop strategies to improve their own sense of resilience and grit.
all the Queens and Kings of the world while discussing the impact Drag culture
has create within our society.
In celebration of Black History Month and to support black-owned businesses, the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority is hosting a Black Business Expo to showcase black-owned businesses on campus and throughout the surrounding communities.
The event will take place on Saturday, February 29 in Folger Hall at Indiana University of Pennsylvania from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm. The purpose of this conference is to help student leaders develop an understanding of their leadership abilities and how their role as a leader impacts campus and societal structures; displaying the multifaceted aspects of leadership both internally and externally. Conversation will benefit all students regardless of class standing and academic program. All are welcome and encouraged to join us!This flexible conference presents opportunities for networking and brainstorming through round table discussions, team building activities, and opportunities for deep dialogue. Come prepared for a unique conference experience, unlike others you've attended before! *If you are an advisor registering a group of students, please contact Emily Ostrowski at E.F.Ostrowski@iup.edu for the group registration process. FSTS 2020 agenda:12:45-1:15 - Mingle & Check-In1:15-1:30 - Welcome, Rundown of Day, Ice Breaker1:30-2:00 - Keynote by Dr. Tom Segar2:00-3:50 - Table Discussions and Team Building3:50-4:30 Closing Action StepsKey Topic Questions: What is Diversity and what does it mean to be inclusive?What do you bring to the table? Who are You?What do others bring to the table? What systems are in place to enable inclusion and present barriers to inclusion?What are some ways you can influence your sphere?
A panel of local official and Census representatives will discuss how the 2020 Census will impact students and the community. They will present an overview of the Census, how numbers impact representation in legislature and distribution of funding, the Indiana County 2020 Complete Count Committee, and why students need to be counted at their school address. The panel will advise students on the various ways students can self-respond.
During this week's workshop, students will learn about the need for mindfulness when leading others, develop strategies to unwind after leading, and understand one's own needs regarding mindfulness and self-care.
During this week's workshop, students will hear from international students regarding their experience with leadership from their perspective and their own cultural influences.
gender expression and various ways that the LGBTQIA community chooses to represent