Nate McElroy, Sheetz CEO, New Police Chief
Nate McElroy, Sheetz CEO, New Police Chief
New series, Meet Our Faculty, features Nate McElroy on chemistry; Sheetz executives present panel discussion; new director named for Public Safety and University Police; and more
Five Tibetan monks are gathered around a low black table. They are wearing bright yellow and red silky robes and orange hats with a yellow curved center piece, which stands up from face to back in the middle. They are looking at a circular design that they made using colored grains of sand on the table. A few play instruments.
See Tibetan Buddhist monks create a mandala sand painting by carefully placing each grain of colored sand, or catch their presentations on meditation, focus, stress relief, and working with emotions. On Friday, watch the monks perform “Sacred Music and Sacred Chants” in Fisher Auditorium—tickets are available online. Learn about all of the week’s events.
Hear Sheetz President/CEO Travis Sheetz and Executive Vice President of People and Culture Stephanie Doliveira present “People and Culture: A Panel Discussion” today from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Eberly Auditorium. The presentation is free and open to the community.
Get to know a little about Nate McElroy, a chemistry professor in IUP’s Madia Department of Chemistry, Biochemistry, Physics, and Engineering.
Cropped photograph of the university seal in bronze, with “Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1875” around the outer circle and a bell tower, tree, and book in a shield shape at the center
Presidential Town Hall to Discuss Budget, Enrollment
Employees are invited to a presidential town hall on Thursday, March 30, from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. in the Elkin Great Room. Enrollment and the ongoing work to address budget challenges will be discussed. Register in advance to attend via Zoom.
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