Young Alumni Achievers, Deep Thinking with Leo Yan
Young Alumni Achievers, Deep Thinking with Leo Yan
Find out which young alumni IUP recently recognized; see how tackling the deep questions drew Leo Yan to philosophy; and more
Detail of a triangular structure reflecting the American flag on its surface, with a circular, bronze emblem at its center, showing a flying eagle. Windows of a building can be seen in the background.
In recognition of Veterans Day, learn about an IUP center dedicated to helping military-affiliated students achieve their academic goals and about monuments across campus that honor veterans from World War I to the Vietnam War to Operation Iraqi Freedom.
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Alumni who have graduated within the last 15 years are eligible for this achievement award. Learn about the latest recipients: a TV news anchor, a deputy attorney general, a catering company owner, a polymer scientist, and an associate professor and LGBTQ champion.
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Why are we here? What’s the meaning of life? These are questions Leo Yan tackles every day with students in his philosophy classes. Learn more about him in this installment of Meet Our Faculty.
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