Vice President Q&A, Professional Portrait Sessions
Vice President Q&A, Professional Portrait Sessions
Learn more about IUP’s vice president for Administration and Finance; get a professional headshot for the website; and more
Graphic in red and gray with the words “The 6 O’Clock Series” at center, and the first “O” is actually a clock face reading 6:00
Since its start in the ’70s, the Six O’Clock Series has aimed to inform students about the world around them and to prepare them for life after graduation. See how the tradition continues this spring through topics like learning to lead, freedom of speech, rap music’s world impact, and more.
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Head-and-shoulders portrait of Debra Fitzsimons, with a red wood-grain graphic on either side of the photo
Every day, Debra Fitzsimons puts out fires. Not literally. But as vice president for Administration and Finance, she is in charge of a variety of areas, from human resources and the budget to police and facilities. Get to know her in this Q&A.
Professional-looking head-and-shoulders portraits of six people, stacked in two rows
Do you need a headshot for the IUP website, a conference, or another professional purpose? Find dates for spring photography sessions and register online.
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