Watch Award-Winning Productions, Meet a Bone Specialist
Watch Award-Winning Productions, Meet a Bone Specialist
Student and employee teams take home TV and video awards; bone specialist discusses what anthropology offers all majors; and more
Cheerleaders in black IUP sweat suits smile and hold up pom-poms as they walk in formation in a parade.
This annual event is a time for making memories. Check out scenes from the IUP Homecoming parade, the Alumni and Friends Crimson Huddle, tailgating, the football game, and more.
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Group photo of young people, some in outerwear, some in suits, and some in plain clothes, posing in three casual-looking rows in a classroom setting with a sign that reads, “PSAC FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS,” being held up in the back
The Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences recently presented IUP with two awards: a Crystal Pillar to a student team for its live football coverage and an Emmy to an Office of Marketing and Communications team for a student-faculty connections video. See the award-winning productions.
In jeans, a T-shirt, and a baseball cap, Andrea Palmiotto kneels outside with bones in her hands as she looks at the camera. A red wood-grain graphic is on either side of her photo.
When Andrea Palmiotto discovered anthropology in college, she decided to make it her life’s work. Today, as a faculty member in the Department of Anthropology, she shares that passion with her students. Learn about her in this installment of Meet Our Faculty.
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