Finals Week Resources, Alida Merlo on Learning by Teaching
Finals Week Resources, Alida Merlo on Learning by Teaching
Find resources to make finals a little easier; learn more about 2020–21 Distinguished University Professor Alida Merlo; and more
In this vintage photo from the early 1900s, 18 young women pose in three rows, with the front row sitting and the others standing. They are all wearing white dresses but of slightly different styles. Most of them are wearing their hair in a fluffy bouffant style.
Fashion Studies professor Janet Blood recently perused old yearbooks and shared her insights into the evolution of style on campus from the late 1800s to the 1940s. Check out some of her observations in this feature from the fall 2023 edition of IUP Magazine.
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Students take part in a classroom activity with desks arranged in a manner that they are probably working in groups. Most are referencing notebooks or papers on their desks.
To help you get through final exams next week, find a roundup of study spaces, study support, places to find food, and activities to help you de-stress. Hours for these services are included.
Head-and-shoulders portrait of Alida Merlo on a gray background, with a red wood-grain graphic on either side of her portrait
Alida Merlo’s first job was as a juvenile probation officer, but her thirst to know more led her to a career teaching criminology at IUP. Learn more about the 2020–21 Distinguished University Professor in this installment of Meet Our Faculty.
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