Culinary, Medical College Funding; Justin Fair Follows Family Footsteps
Culinary, Medical College Funding; Justin Fair Follows Family Footsteps
Culinary building and feasibility study for health sciences get funding; chemistry professor brings national-defense knowledge to classroom; and more
One woman pushes a ground penetrating radar device while another walks alongside her through an old cemetery with sparse, rudimentary gravestones in the fall.
Students and faculty members from the anthropology, history, and geography areas recently teamed up to uncover the story of an early multiethnic settlement near Johnstown. Read more about this model for future projects that will benefit both communities and developing researchers.
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Culinary students in white uniforms and black caps smile as they listen to the chef instructor, whose back is to the camera, in a kitchen setting.
The Board of Governors of Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education has approved an allocation to IUP of $17.6 million for a new Academy of Culinary Arts building and a feasibility study for the proposed health sciences cluster and college of osteopathic medicine. Learn more about these projects.
Headshot of Justin Fair with a red, wood-grain graphic on either side of his portrait
As a child, Justin Fair learned that chemistry has many practical applications, including in national defense. He used his biochemistry degree to serve his country in the US Army. Now, he shares that expertise with his students. Learn more about him in this installment of Meet Our Faculty. 
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