Signs of Success, Emergency-System Test
Signs of Success, Emergency-System Test
Spring brings signs of new-student success; emergency-system test set for tomorrow; and more
STEAMSHOP: Expanding the Limits of Creativity
In IUP’s STEAMSHOP inside Robertshaw, students from all academic disciplines use technology to create objects that would otherwise seem impossible to make. Learn more about what happens there in the video STEAMSHOP: Expanding the Limits of Creativity.
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A computer monitor shows a test of IUP’s emergency alert system. The text reads, “Alert! This is a test of the Alertus Emergency Notification System. No action is needed. In a real emergency, this system will be used to provide emergency information and protective actions. Please return to your normal activities.”
A test of IUP’s emergency notification system at 10:00 a.m. Thursday will involve text messages, voice calls, and desktop alerts. See how to be added to the notification system, which is reserved for critical safety messages, including weather emergencies.
Students sit at rectangular tables in groups of four in a large, modern-looking classroom with an instructor speaking at the front
Ninety percent of new students (first-time, full-time, bachelor’s degree-seeking) have continued their studies at IUP from fall to spring, marking this population’s highest retention rate since 2010. In addition, overall enrollment is 6.5 percent higher this spring than last. See more signs of hard work paying off.
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