Academic Restructuring, Facilities Master Plan
Academic Restructuring, Facilities Master Plan
Ask questions about academic restructuring and program review; learn about long-range plans for the Indiana campus; and more
Headshot of Robert Vowels on a background that incorporates IUP’s decorative arch structure and a red woodgrain graphic
Robert Vowels holds a prominent place in IUP history as the school’s first Black professor. But that’s just one chapter in a remarkable book that Vowels authored over his 89 years on this earth. To honor Black History Month, IUP looks back at his accomplished life.
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Lara Luetkehans speaks at a podium with a microphone with backs of heads of members of the audience out of focus in the foreground
Join Provost Lara Luetkehans for a discussion about academic restructuring and program review. The session for faculty and staff is today in Sutton Hall’s Blue Room and on Zoom. The program for students is Monday, February 19, in the Blue Room only. Both sessions are from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Aerial view of the IUP campus showing the scenery of Indiana in the distance
Last week, the IUP Council of Trustees approved revisions to the Indiana Campus Long-Range Facilities Master Plan, a guide for the physical development of the campus. Learn more about plans for the proposed college of osteopathic medicine, a health sciences cluster, an extended Oak Grove, and more.
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