Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Empathy is the ability to identify and understand other people’s emotions and it is a central part of being human. When we experience fear, the physiological response to the unknown, we become incapable of practicing empathy. This workshop, with medical anthropologist Abigail Adams, explores the ways in which knowledge bridges the gap between fear to empathy and can move us toward a more just and connected world.  

Student can register to participate on Crimson Connect. Once registered, you will receive a Zoom link.

D2L Rescue (Online)


MCSLE is hosting this session intended to assist any student experiencing difficulty with basic D2L navigation.

Join Nancy Evans from the College of Education and Jeremy Risinger from the University College in this informative and engaging Zoom session. We recommend that you join us on your phone or tablet and use your laptop or desktop to work “hands on, if possible. 

For questions, please contact Leslie Coates at

Join us on Zoom.

BSL & SGA host Women in the Workplace

Susquehanna Room (HUB)

Join the Black Student League and Student Government Association for an open discussion on Women in the Workplace. The goal is to discuss the challenges women encounter and the progress being made around the world.  The discussion will include balancing school and work and changes being made to keep employees safe during COVID-19.  Most importantly, this is an opportunity to build a line of communication between females at IUP in a positive manner.

To join by Zoom

Meeting ID: 993 6946 1359