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Trustees Approve Naming Resolutions in Honor of Long-Time Music Faculty

Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Council of Trustees today approved naming spaces in IUP’s Cogswell Hall, home to the Department of Music, in honor of two long-time faculty members.

Council of Trustees Approve Naming of Dining Room in Allenwood in Recognition of Gift Honoring Two Early Graduates

Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Council of Trustees approved the naming of the dining room in the Allenwood, a teaching restaurant in IUP’s Ackerman Hall, as the Isabella Wilkinson Green Dining Room in her honor and memory.

IUP Alumni Create Scholarship in Honor of “Boardwalk Bowl” to Benefit Student-Athletes

IUP graduates Gerald Clark ’69 and his wife, Cheryl Dunlap Clark ’68, natives of Punxsutawney and current residents of DuBois since 1973, have made a $25,000 gift to establish the Jerry and Cheryl Clark Boardwalk Bowl Scholarship, one of a family of eight endowments to be established by members of IUP’s Boardwalk Bowl football team to benefit student-athletes in the football program.

Driscolls to Honor Distinguished University Professor with Gift to Support Jones White Writing Center

Michael Driscoll and Rebecca (Becky) Young Driscoll have made a $50,000 gift to Indiana University of Pennsylvania to support the Kathleen Jones White Writing Center at IUP and honor Distinguished University Professor Bennett Rafoth, director emeritus of the Jones White Writing Center.

Gift from Alumni Couple Helps Imagine Unlimited Campaign Exceed Goal

A gift from alumni Major General Rodney Ruddock (retired) and Ellen Ruddock, long-time residents of Indiana and both IUP Distinguished Alumni Award and President’s Medal of Distinction recipients, was part of a giving “rally” that helped IUP’s Imagine Unlimited comprehensive campaign end six months early and more than $6 million over goal.

IUP Council of Trustees Presents Resolution of Appreciation to Narayanaswamy Bharathan

Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Council of Trustees today presented a resolution of appreciation to to Narayanaswamy Bharathan, chair of IUP’s Department of Biology, for his work in the fight against COVID-19 and for his ongoing commitment to IUP.

IUP Council of Trustees Approves Naming in Honor of Robert C. Camp

Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Council of Trustees today approved the naming of a conference room in the Eberly College of Business and Information Technology in honor of long-time dean and faculty member Robert C. Camp in recognition of his “extraordinary dedication” to IUP and his professional accomplishments.

IUP Council of Trustees Approve Naming Building in Honor of Jane E. Leonard

On May 6, 2021, IUP’s Council of Trustees approved naming the Humanities and Social Sciences building as Jane E. Leonard Hall in recognition of her “incredible dedication.”

IUP Council of Trustees Approve Naming Building in Honor of Jane E. Leonard

On May 6, 2021, IUP’s Council of Trustees approved naming the Humanities and Social Sciences building as Jane E. Leonard Hall in recognition of her “incredible dedication.”

A Victory Celebration

Each year, IUP honors its volunteers and donors during the Celebration of Philanthropy. This year’s event has special meaning, as IUP celebrates the success of the Imagine Unlimited comprehensive campaign.

IUP to Honor 2020 and 2021 Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients

Indiana University of Pennsylvania will honor the 2020 and 2021 Distinguished Alumni Award recipients for their career achievements and service in a virtual ceremony on April 17.

Support Students on Giving Day

IUP Giving Day, an opportunity for the IUP community to come together and raise support for students, will begin Thursday, April 8, at midnight and continue through 11:59 p.m. Alumni, students, faculty, staff, parents, and friends can increase the impact of their giving through various challenges and prizes, made possible through gifts from Terry Serafini ’61 and Stephen Abel ’73.

IUP, IRMC, Takara Bio Collaboration Leads to Revolution in COVID-19 Testing in Rural And Financially Challenged Areas in America, Third World Countries

Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana Regional Medical Center, and Takara Bio USA, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Takara Bio, Inc., are collaborating to bring better and faster COVID-19 testing to rural communities in the United States and around the world.

Soliciting of Private Gifts for Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Please review carefully the policy for solicitation of funds from private sources. All fundraising efforts must be cleared and coordinated through the Office of the Vice President for University Advancement or designee.

IUP Graduate Gifts $25,000 for Outstanding IUP Computer Science Students

For the past 15 years, the Barry Day Outstanding Computer Science Student Award has been given to a senior computer science student, selected by the department, who has demonstrated academic achievements and contributions to the department, or who has made significant achievements in computer science endeavors and contributions to mankind.

University Family Drive Closes TODAY—Last Chance to Join!

The University Family Drive has been extended to the close of business today, April 21, 2020. Any employee who hasn’t made their gift yet and wants to be included should do so today.

University Family Drive Extended Through April 21

The University Family drive has been extended to the close of business on Tuesday, April 21. Any employee who hasn’t made their gift yet and wants to be included should do so soon.

Just a Few Days Left in the University Family Drive

The University Family Drive is nearing its close on Friday, April 17, 2020. Employees are encouraged to make a gift to the Emergency Response Fund; however, any gift made this fiscal year to any area on campus counts as participation in the University Family Drive.

IUP Day of Caring

Our university community found our spring semester suddenly disrupted, and we’ve all had to make changes to the work we do and how we do it. Our students miss personal interaction with their professors and friends,

Our Crimson Hawks Care for One Another

Thanks to more than 140 generous donors, over $142,000 has been raised to financially support our students through this difficult time. Nearly $40,000 has been awarded to 72 students, and our work isn’t done. Requests continue to be received seeking assistance with technology, groceries, housing, and more.

Guidelines Developed to Respond to Request for University Donations

As a member of the IUP community, you may receive requests for donations of university-owned items, use of IUP facilities, and inquiries about how IUP professionals can help the community in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

University Family Drive Focuses on Student Emergency Response Fund

Volunteers from around campus are leading this year’s University Family Drive to raise support for the Emergency Response Fund, established to support students who are facing unexpected challenges.

Apply for Foundation for IUP 2020 Community Volunteer Service Award

The Community Volunteer Service Award recognizes the volunteer commitment demonstrated by the Foundation’s board of directors throughout the years, and also honors the volunteer spirit of students at IUP who demonstrate outstanding volunteer service that reflects positively on the university and makes a difference in the lives of community residents.

IUP Community Celebrates Donor Generosity at Thank a Donor Day

Donors that make investments in our university allow us all to imagine unlimited possibilities. At Thank a Donor Day, faculty, staff, and students are invited to celebrate their generosity. The celebration takes place from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 19, in the Stapleton Library Commons.