Meet People Minus the Pressure, Rodríguez Shares Inspiration
Meet People Minus the Pressure, Rodríguez Shares Inspiration
Connect with others at low-pressure events; learn how a professor’s bicultural upbringing put her on her path; and more
A young woman sits and writes in a notebook at a small table in an open area with her backpack next to her. A display case with several shelves of large rocks and minerals is built into the wall behind her.
The new home of the Kopchick College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics opened for the start of the semester last week. Get a look inside this 142,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility now that its labs, classrooms, and common areas are in use.
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Headshot of Lydia Rodríguez with a red woodgrain graphic on either side of her
She probably had no way of knowing it at the time, but growing up bilingual and bicultural set Lydia Rodríguez up for the career she now has. Learn more about her in this installment of Meet Our Faculty.
Two young people, one wearing an IUP sweatshirt, pose with small paper cups of ice cream in a cafeteria setting
Is meeting other students a challenge? Project Connect offers a series of low-key, small-group gatherings, with no registration required. Check out the schedule of events through February.
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