New Name for Office, Meet Kopchick Awardee, Dance-Percussion “Legacy”
New Name for Office, Meet Kopchick Awardee, Dance-Percussion “Legacy”
Office of the Bursar transitions to Student Billing; biochemistry grad shares path to award; Evening of Dance and Percussion brings back favorites; and more
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Survivor Stories Needed: What Were You Wearing?

This exhibit, April 12–16 in Stapleton Library, aims to dismantle myths that clothing choices lead to sexual violence. Survivor stories are needed from students, faculty, staff, and administrators. Share your story anonymously using this form or by emailing
combined image showing indoor and outdoor crowds during previous Take Back the Night events

Virtual Speak-out

In place of Take Back the Night, the Haven Project will hold a virtual speak-out April 14 to support survivors of sexual violence. Share your story of sexual assault anonymously by April 5, using this form. Haven will read the stories for sharing on the web.
The Office of the Bursar has transitioned to the Office of Student Billing. Tammy Hamilton, former director of grant and special fund accounting, leads the new office.
Ardian Soca Wibowo ’05 will discuss his path from IUP to cofounder and chief scientific officer at Helix Biostructures, LLC, in a Zoom presentation Monday at 10:00 a.m.
Collaborating one last time, the IUP Dance Theater Company and the Percussion Ensemble will present Legacy, under the direction of Holly Boda-Sutton and Michael Kingan, Saturday, March 27, at 7:00 p.m., online and in Fisher Auditorium. 
IUP Libraries will host novelist Layne Fargo on Wednesday, April 7, at 4:30 p.m. via Zoom for a meet-the-author event. An IUP alumna, Fargo wrote the thrillers Temper and They Never Learn.
IUP Ambassadors recently painted Folger Student Center windows in celebration of Thank-a-Donor Week (ending today), during which students recognize donors for their contributions to student success.
In February, Malcolm Polley, president and chief investment officer at Stewart Capital Advisors in Indiana, was a guest lecturer for the Finance Seminar class.
To mark International Women’s Day on March 8, four women with connections to IUP took part in a Six O’Clock Series panel discussion about the achievements of women worldwide.
Library Resources: Need to do research but don’t know where to begin? Click the red “Ask a Librarian” button on the IUP Libraries website. From there, you can chat with, email, or text a librarian; make an appointment with one; find a research guide; or watch library tutorials. IUP librarians are more than happy to help!

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