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We all know people who complain about their jobs or who don’t like their work and career. It’s not supposed to be like that, and it’s partially in your hands. What if you learned more about yourself and then used that knowledge to design adaptable plans for a life of impact and meaning? Let’s actually plan to live joyfully and purposefully! Join us and guest Dr. John Rindy to get a head start on designing your dream life and career.
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the intersectionality of being LGBTQIA within Fraternity and Sorority life.
This program will bring together current applicants, past applicants, and representatives to discuss opportunities beyond the classroom, including Fullbright, Freeman Asia, Gilman, and the Critical Language Scholarship. Participants will discuss what it takes, who can apply, how to get started, and how to get funded. Think this isn’t for you? Think again...come see how you can achieve greatness and stand out from your peers.
Support Office will participate in IUP’s Take Back the Night, a night of advocating
for the end of ending sexual relationship and domestic violence in all forms.
Most people who come to the United States using an immigrant visa receive one of the following types: family based or employment based. There is also another way to seek an immigrant visa through the Diversity Visa Lottery program. This panel presentation will feature speakers from many different paths to immigration who have different types of visa permits and how that has affected their immigration process.
the current United States legislation and political climate that affects the
Elkin Hall Great Room
Join the Multicultural Center as we engage in a conversation of how different religious and spiritual practices impact the way we all live our lives. Based on the hit YouTube Jubliee series, Spectrum. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.
What do you know about labor and immigration? How are they related? How do new immigrants affect the US labor market? Get educated about one of the key issues for the November 2020 presidential elections by coming to this program to learn about the current labor and immigration policy and its history.
the intersectionality of being LGBTQIA within athletics.
On September 15, 2001, Balbir Singh Sodhi, a Sikh man, was killed outside of his gas station in Arizona by a man who assumed he was Muslim because of his beard and turban. This was the first hate crime murder following the terrorist attacks. Balbir’s brother, Rana Singh Sodhi, will present at this program about Sikh culture and religion, along with his family’s story about his brother’s murder, and his campaign for peace and forgiveness.