Distinguished Graduates, Dispelling Myths
Distinguished Graduates, Dispelling Myths
See the latest graduates to receive IUP’s highest alumni honor; help wipe out victim-blaming myths around sexual assault; and more
Head-and-shoulders portrait of Donovan Daniel with a red, wood-grain graphic on either side of the portrait
In this new role he started last year, Donovan Daniel guides students and organizations, he leads workshops and conferences—all with the goal of helping students to get involved and to grow as leaders. Find out where he gets his inspiration in this Q&A.
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Grid of six people’s head-and-shoulder portraits in two rows of three
Find out which six graduates were recognized last weekend with IUP’s highest alumni honor. They include a graphic designer for the film industry, a former NFL Rookie and Coach of the Year, a Broadway producer, an American College of Physicians executive, a Fulbright-winning professor, and a Montgomery County judge.
A person looks at an exhibit of clothing on mannequins with stories posted in front of them
The What Were You Wearing? exhibit, featuring the anonymous stories of sexual assault survivors and recreations of the outfits they were wearing, aims to dispel the myth that clothing provokes these assaults. The exhibit will be at Stapleton Library through Friday. Support survivors by learning more.
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