Remembering 9/11, Meet a Graphic Designer
Remembering 9/11, Meet a Graphic Designer
See scenes from IUP’s September 11 remembrance ceremony; meet a graphic designer and faculty member who thrives on problems to solve; and more
The Journey to Discovery
For more than 10 summers, geoscience professor Jonathan Warnock has been traveling to the Utah desert to dig up dinosaur bones at Jurassic National Monument. He often brings students along to help them gain research experience. Hear why he calls the site the “world’s greatest natural classroom” in the video Journey to Discovery.
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Three young people in navy-blue military uniforms, two with white straps around their torsos, salute toward a large rock with wreaths on stands in front of it in a setting with trees and grass and more people visible in the background.
See a gallery of images by photographer Brian Henry from Monday’s September 11 remembrance ceremony in the Oak Grove. Speakers included representatives from the IUP Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps and the Flight 93 National Memorial Reforestation Monitoring Project.
Tony DiMauro
For Tony DiMauro, a faculty member in the Department of Art and Design, graphic design is about solving problems so clients can achieve their goals. For him, it’s like solving a puzzle, and he loves it. Learn more in this installment of Meet Our Faculty.
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