Registration Opens, International Tuition, Sailing through Spring Break
Registration Opens, International Tuition, Sailing through Spring Break
Check the registration schedule for summer and fall classes; see the latest tuition reduction to be approved; find out how some honors college students spent Spring Break; and more
Rachel Pettiford was a master’s student when she met Malaika Turner, IUP’s assistant vice president for Student Affairs. She knew then she had found someone who would change her life. See how their relationship grew from mentor and mentee to colleagues in A Mentor for Life, from the Connections video series.
Over the break, five CHC students were part of Journey by Sail, an experiential learning opportunity that involved working with peers to operate and live aboard a sailboat and to immerse themselves in the maritime history and ecology of Florida’s Gulf Coast. Sailing Club advisor Kenneth Sherwood organized the trip.
See which students from the Eberly College of Business and the Kopchick College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics presented their original research to legislators as part of the Undergraduate Research at the Capitol event in Harrisburg. 
Victoria Alao, a student in the Biology/Pre-medical program, has been accepted into the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine’s Summer Premedical Academic Enrichment Program. This seven-week experience helps students from across the country strengthen their academic, scientific writing, and public speaking skills.
See which faculty members were recognized by the Center for Teaching Excellence for creating open educational resources that saved students more than $125,000 a year in textbook costs. The OER/Affordable Learning Solutions Teaching Excellence Award is sponsored by the IUP Libraries.
Chris Clouser, collection development librarian, will receive the IUP Research Institute’s New Investigator Award as principal investigator for the Pennsylvania Grant for Open and Affordable Learning. Coauthored by the library’s Kelly Heider and Theresa McDevitt, this grant saved students more than $30,000 in textbook costs.
Brittany Pollard-Kosidowski recently earned two honors: the IUP College of Education and Communications’ Research Award and the Counselors for Social Justice’s Ohana Award, which she’ll receive at the American Counseling Association Conference in April. 
The IUP Music Department was well represented by current and former students—including retired professor Kevin Eisensmith ’78—in the pit orchestra of Conemaugh Township High School’s recent production of Footloose. See a group photo.
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