Kopchick Hall Opens, Meet a Sociologist
Kopchick Hall Opens, Meet a Sociologist
Opening ceremonies provide a look inside Kopchick Hall; professor talks about the versatility of a sociology degree; and more
Tom Segar, in a suit and tie, sits at a wooden desk with folders around it in an office
Tom Segar’s title says it all. As vice president for Student Affairs, he works to ensure IUP students have the best opportunity and support for success. Learn more about him and what he loves about his job in this Q&A.
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Eighteen people stand in a line across the entrance of a building, at the top of the stairs. One woman near the center of the line holds a giant pair of scissors and holds up her hand.
John J. and Char Kopchick Hall, the new home of IUP’s Kopchick College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, opened Thursday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and tours of the facility. Classes in the building will start this spring. Watch the ribbon cutting in this short video or read more about the opening events.
Head-and-shoulders portrait of Christian Vaccaro, with a red, wood-grain graphic on either side of the portrait
Whether you know it or not, if you are curious about people, you are a sociologist. Christian Vaccaro turned his curiosity into a career in the Department of Sociology. Learn about him in this installment of Meet Our Faculty.
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