Love of Accounting, Game-Changing Drone
Love of Accounting, Game-Changing Drone
Veronica Paz on accountants as storytellers; new drone creates research opportunities; and more
Portrait photo of Lara Luetkehans, with a red wood-grain graphic on either side of the portrait
As an undergraduate, Lara Luetkehans knew she wanted to work in higher education. She just didn’t know in what capacity. Learn more about Luetkehans, IUP’s provost and vice president for Academic Affairs, in this Q&A.
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Head-and-shoulders photo of Veronica Paz with a red, wood-grain graphic on either side of the portrait
For Veronica Paz, accounting is more than numbers at the bottom of a ledger. It’s a language that explains in great detail what happened and why. Learn more about her in this installment of Meet Our Faculty.
Several people stand outside, almost in a line, in front of a large, orange drone that sits on the ground, pointed at the sky, while one person holds a controller.
Federal funding has enabled the purchase of an advanced drone for the Geospatial Intelligence and Unmanned Aerial Systems certificate programs. Find out how it will create opportunities for student and faculty research and field work.
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