College of Medicine Dean, Music Prof on Putting In the Effort
College of Medicine Dean, Music Prof on Putting In the Effort
Learn about the proposed college of osteopathic medicine’s new founding dean; find out what draws Zach Collins to teaching music; and more
A woman with her back to the camera stands at a hotel front desk with one hand on the desk. Two young women are addressing her from behind the desk. A woman and man are in the background, watching the exchange.
Students who aspire to work in the lodging industry can now practice in class—behind a real-life hotel front desk in the Eberly College of Business. Read more in this story from the fall 2023 edition of IUP Magazine.
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Outdoor head shot of Miko Rose, with a red, wood-grain graphic on either side of the photo
Learn more about Miko Rose, the board-certified psychiatrist and neurologist nationally known for her wellness programs, who has been selected as founding dean of the proposed college of osteopathic medicine.
Head-and-shoulders portrait of Zach Collins on a light background, with a red, wood-grain graphic on either side of his portrait
Music professor Zach Collins knows that nobody picks up an instrument for the first time and is a virtuoso. It takes time and consistent effort, and that’s one of the things he enjoys about teaching. Learn about him in this installment of Meet Our Faculty.
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