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The Center for Family Business at Indiana University of Pennsylvania strives to keep the area's family-owned businesses informed on a range of critical topics, thereby increasing their chances of survival and succession of leadership to the next generation. Founded in 1997, the center is part of the university's Eberly College of Business and Information Technology.”
—"IUP Center focuses on family business"
Pittsburgh Tribune Review,March 28, 2013
Luray Caverns is the third most-visited cave in the United States, trailing only Mammoth Cave in Kentucky and Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico. Those are national parks. Luray Caverns is what is called a show cave, defined by the National Caves Association as “developed for public visitation.” In other words, show caves are there to make money. “The names reflect the popular culture of the day,” said Kevin Patrick, a professor at Indiana University of Pennsylvania who has written about the development of show caves. “It used to be Pluto. Now, it’s Jabba the Hutt.”
—"The rift: A family dynasty fights over the future of Luray Caverns"
Washington Post,March 14, 2013
For those who work to understand or unmask fraud and its impact: Indiana University of Pennsylvania is hosting a speaker you'll want to catch. Professionals involved with financial institutions, insurance and accounting agencies, law enforcement and cybercrime analysis can sit in on Financial Crimes: The Seminar, which will be held at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania's Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex on March 6.
—"IUP to Host Financial Crimes Seminar,"
Johnstown Tribune-Democrat,Feb. 25, 2013