Interim Dean, Improved Interlibrary Loan, Academic All-Americans
Interim Dean, Improved Interlibrary Loan, Academic All-Americans
Retiree returns as interim dean; Interlibrary Loan makes borrowing easier; student-athletes named Academic All-Americans; and more
Two students wearing masks sit with their laptops and listen to a classroom lecture

Masks Required Indoors

IUP is now requiring that face coverings be worn in all public, indoor spaces at university campuses and centers, regardless of a person’s COVID-19 vaccination status. Based on health-agency guidance, vaccination rates, and other factors, this policy change is intended to keep everyone safe during the return to fully face-to-face instruction. Read more about safety measures for fall.
Sue Rieg, a recently retired IUP professor and administrator, is serving as interim dean of the College of Education and Communications. She is filling the role of Lara Luetkehans, who will serve as interim provost following the retirement of Timothy Moerland on Friday.
Because of decreasing demand and a shift to more online exams, the University Testing Center will remain closed. Those needing to take standardized tests should contact the agency requiring the test or the testing agency for recommendations.
IUP’s program for borrowing books and other items from libraries throughout the region has moved to a new technology platform. This provides users with an improved search interface and allows the library to fill requests faster and more accurately.
This summer’s last issue highlights a longtime IUP Athletics donor and former baseball standout, IUP’s Academic All-Americans as determined by the College Sports Information Directors of America, student-employment opportunities, and more.
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