Layne Fargo is the author of the thrillers Temper and They Never Learn. She's a Pitch Wars mentor, vice president of the Chicagoland chapter of Sisters in Crime, and the cocreator of the podcast Unlikable Female Characters. Layne lives in Chicago with her partner and their pets.
Join us via Zoom.
Monthly meeting of fraternity and sorority chapter leaders.
For many students, searching for a job (or an internship) has been a bit daunting. A year later during the pandemic it has transformed the landscape of the job market for graduating IUP students.
Join MCSLE and Tammy Manko, director of the Career and Professional Development Center, for a discussion about navigating through these challenging times to find your dream career. What does the future hold within the next four years?
Join us for an event centered around intersectionality at 1:00 a.m. via Zoom with keynote speaker Melinda Brennan, assistant chair of Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee.
A presentation/workshop will follow at 11:00 a.m., then a community conversation at noon.
This event is hosted by the Social Equity and Title IX Office, LGBTQIA+ Commission, LGBTQIA Support Office, and MCSLE. For further information email Austin Marisco (firstname.lastname@example.org), Tedd Cogar (email@example.com), or Jonathan Warnock (firstname.lastname@example.org).
All students are able to come out to the Student Center on campus to enjoy an evening of fun and games. Students can play games, shoot pool, watch tv, eat some food, or just chill & hang out with your friends.
For all graduate students (and those senior undergraduate students) to meet and support one another.
Fraternity/Sorority Life CAP spring/final submission deadline
Leadership is integral to professional success no matter the position we hold within an organization. Regardless of what you believe about how leaders evolve—they are born, or they learn to be leaders, or some combination of these—we all have the capacity to lead.
Part of being a leader, however, is being seen and being respected as a leader. How do we make this happen, especially if it doesn't come to us naturally? We establish leadership presence using tips, tricks, and tools based on best practices and research.
This presentation by Tammy Manko, director of the IUP Career and Professional Development Center, will provide you with tactics for standing out as a respected leader in your organization and in life.
Join us via Zoom.
HUB Ohio Room-Hybrid
recognition of fraternity/sorority chapters and members for fall 2020 achievements.
Are you ready to graduate? How much will you earn in your first job? Are you concerned about student loan repayment? What does credit have to do with a cow? (If you know, you’ll know.)
Join us for a discussion about realistic earnings, student
loan repayment options, and real talk about credit.
Elkin Hall Great Room and Zoom
Join LGBTQIA Support for the Queer Conversations Series every Tuesday from 5:00–7:00 p.m. The Zoom meeting code for all sessions is 913 2363 1243.
Zoom ID: 97300754218
This program will help LatinX students create their journey for prosperity after graduation. Elaine Johnson will provide a foundation for attendees to design a consistent practice of habits that lead to a culmination of success in multiple areas of their life.
Many people continue to wrestle with the stigma that they cannot have it all and remain successful, but this presentation will show you how it can all be done.
This poetry workshop is facilitated by noted poet and activist Aja Monet. We will spend time with work by women writers and artists of the diaspora who raise necessary questions about the role of self in society and our many methods of survival, to include the governing of feelings and the politics of emotional labor.
Join this Zoom link.
Meeting ID: 973 4909 9157
Elkin Hall Great Room and Online
Melissa Swauger discusses how to get fair compensation during this interactive salary-negotiation workshop. Limited space is available in Elkin Hall’s Great
Email email@example.com to reserve your space and free lunch! Or enjoy lunch at home and join us on Zoom.
Presented by MCSLE and the American Association of University Women.
Join MCSLE for a discussion on transgender and non-binary identities. What are they, what are the differences, and what can we do to support those who identify as such?
This program will focus on social media etiquette, professionalism, and organization while working with clients and organizations with different experiences.
Creating a professional but meaningful outcome for yourself and your client is important for successful brand awareness. This includes establishing protocol, contracts, and communicating effectively while trying to capture and create your client’s vision.
Elkin Great Hall or Zoom
The Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement and the Office of Social Equity and Title IX has planned an event for student conversation and support following today’s announcement of the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, in-person attendance is limited; available space will be offered to students on a first-come, first-served basis; in-person attendance and on-line registration for the event is available via Zoom.
Students, faculty, and alumni leaders participating in the discussion includes representatives from Students Against Racism; the NAACP IUP Student Chapter; the Frederick Douglass Institute Collaborative; Student Government Association and Black Experience Alumni Committee.
An opportunity for informal conversation and discussion will take place following the formal program. Members of the MSCLE staff, the IUP Interfaith Council, and the Counseling Center will be available for you.
Spring is here, and the weather is fine! If you live off campus and are interested in gathering with friends, join us to learn more about the big picture with Justin Schawl, police chief for Indiana Borough.
See you on Zoom!
HUB Ohio Room
The end-of-the-year Student Leadership Awards will be held today. A Zoom link is available for anyone who is interested. Contact MCSLE-Center@iup.edu for a link to the program.
Presented by the Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement and the Student Government Association.
Oak Grove Outside of Waller Hall
The IUP Community will have an opportunity to come together for a time of expression. Two large canvases will be set up for students to write/paint to demonstrate their thoughts and/or feelings after the Chauvin Trial verdict.
During the program, from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m., special readings will take place on the steps of Waller Hall.
Join professor Rachel DeSoto-Jackson and the student SPATE ensemble virtually as they lead our IUP Community in dialogue surrounding the verdict of the Chauvin trial. Using Forum Theatre as a rehearsal for action, they will explore where we go from here.
Is this the first step to “Justice”? Does the outcome of the trial change the system of inequity? How do we create systemic change?
Join via Zoom.
Cam Brown, a graduate of Western Illinois University, started his career in the real estate and finance industry in Chicago. His motto is educating, motivating, and inspiring while helping people create ownership and generational wealth.
Brown has spoken to dozens of graduating classes about taking charge and running yourself like a business to reach success. He also preaches the importance of monetizing your degree in the corporate world and how to get your foot in the door while creating your own brand.
Current events, finals, Zoom fatigue, or anxiety stressing you out? Come to MCSLE in Elkin Hall and express yourself as part of the MCSLE Collage. We bring the paper and art supplies, you bring the creativity.
Fill our your piece of the collage from Wednesday,
April 28, to Friday, April 30, 8:00–noon and 1:00–8:00 p.m. in Elkin Hall. The finished product will be displayed in Elkin and posted on our Instagram, @iup_mcsle.
Join this online session with the Black Experience Alumni Committee and share your Black student experience
The Black Experience Alumni Committee is a new alumni committee that advocates for improvements IUP can make to improve Black students’ academic success and social experience. Help them understand the needs of Black IUP students and how they can best
communicate with them.
This event will be hosted by members of the Black Experience Alumni Committee and IUP students Davis Kazako, Annika Philippe-Auguste, Rachel Pettiford, and Theodore (Malik) Turner. It is open to all IUP students.
Join via Zoom. There is no need to preregister. You will be in a waiting room prior to the start of the event.
Join the Student Government Association and the Residence Hall Association as we come together for the third annual Multicultural Festival. This end-of-the-year program is an opportunity to celebrate our diverse students and organizations.
Stop by the Wallwork Courtyard between 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. to enjoy music, snacks, and celebration.
A celebration for those within the LGBTQIA community who are graduating.
Folger Student Center
Current events, finals, Zoom fatigue, or anxiety stressing you out? Come to the Meet-Up in Folger and express yourself as part of the MCSLE Mosaic. We bring the paper and art supplies, you bring the creativity. The finished product will be displayed in
Elkin and posted on our social media, @iup_mcsle
Folger Hall Student Center
The Meet Up – End of Year Celebration
Come celebrate the last Meet Up of the semester. Students will enjoy games, bingo, food, a milk shake station, music, and much more in a safe COVID-friendly environment.
Join MCLSE for an ice cream social.
Come hang out, de-stress, and eat some ice cream!
Join MCSLE to show off your artistic skills and participate in the Finals Break Paint Party.
This event is open to all students. Masks and social distancing will be required. RSVP on Crimson Connect.