Funding for Student Success; Understanding the Criminal Mind
Funding for Student Success; Understanding the Criminal Mind
Learn about a federal grant to help students succeed; meet a professor fueled by his fascination with criminal behavior; and more
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For the past year, IUP has been exploring opening a college of osteopathic medicine to address the physician shortage in rural Pennsylvania. In this story from the fall 2023 edition of IUP Magazine, find out why a medical college is a good fit for IUP and what it will take to open one.
The US Department of Education has awarded IUP more than $2 million to fund projects that complement its student success infrastructure. Read about these projects, aimed at improving retention, sense of belonging, and academic achievement for targeted students.
A professor in the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Dan Lee enjoys a good crime story. But what really interests him is the motivation behind the crime. That enthusiasm for learning is something he shares with his students every day. Learn more in this installment of Meet Our Faculty.
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