Highway Safety, Research Help, Wikipedia Work
Highway Safety, Research Help, Wikipedia Work
Reinstated project gets funding for highway safety work; Applied Research Lab shares summer hours; Vetter honored for contributions to Wikipedia; and more
Three men, two holding controls, stand on the flat roof of a building with a drone hovering in front of them at what appears to be eye level.
The Federal Aviation Administration has designated IUP an FAA Collegiate Training Institution, making the university’s Unmanned Aerial Systems Science and Applications Certificate program part of the FAA’s collegiate training initiative for drone use. IUP is the only Pennsylvania university to receive this designation.
The Institute for Rural Health and Safety has received $104,000 in federal funding for its recently reinstated Indiana County Highway Safety Project, which promotes safe driving across the region. Amy Shellhammer, project director, talks about upcoming activities, including an awareness campaign around the Fourth of July.
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