Aleea Perry’s Path, “Blossoming Romance,” BEAC Weekend
Aleea Perry’s Path, “Blossoming Romance,” BEAC Weekend
See how Aleea Perry got interested in public administration; catch the premiere of A Blossoming Romance; learn about the Black Experience Alumni Committee’s big weekend; and more.
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This week of activities celebrating student and faculty research and creative work includes Monday’s STEM Women’s Summit—featuring IUP dean emerita Deanne Snavely and PPG senior research chemist Lindsay Matolyak ’12 as speakers—and Wednesday’s Scholars Forum and Three-Minute Thesis Finals. Events are at the Kovalchick Complex. Learn more about them or find the full schedule.
An internship at a state agency got Aleea Perry hooked on the power of policy and public administration. Now, as a faculty member in the Department of Political Science, she shares that interest with students. Learn more about her in this installment of Meet Our Faculty.
Cowritten by 2012 graduate Joe York, this musical tells a story of acceptance and inclusion, as socially awkward Brady starts a relationship with a woman he later discovers is a walking, talking flower. Catch a performance today through Sunday in Waller Hall.
Make a gift by Friday to this fund drive benefiting students. Campaign volunteers and donors are invited to a victory reception Wednesday, April 5, between 3:30 and 4:30 p.m. in Sutton Hall’s Blue Room. Remarks begin at 4:00 p.m.
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Presidential Town Hall Tomorrow
This discussion on Thursday from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. in the Elkin Great Room will cover enrollment and the ongoing work to address budget challenges. If attending via Zoom, please register in advance.
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