Challenging Times, Spreading the Gospel, SAGE Advice
Challenging Times, Spreading the Gospel, SAGE Advice
Officials address IUP’s difficult choices; coalition builds community while encouraging spiritual growth; SAGE trainings provide introduction to research process; and more
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IUP shattered its $75-million goal for the Imagine Unlimited comprehensive campaign, raising more than $81 million and finishing six months early. The effort exceeded all previous IUP campaign totals by more than $35 million.
In part one of the series Facts, Initiatives, and Results, President Michael Driscoll and Vice President for Administration and Finance Debra Fitzsimons talk about the difficult choices that must be made to continue IUP’s mission of educating students.
This week’s Find Your People profile is on the Coalition for Christian Outreach, an organization that seeks to help students spread the Christian gospel, increase faith in Jesus Christ, and encourage the spiritual growth of its members.
SAGE Research Methods Online training sessions will take place February 16 and March 17. Learn how to use this database, which contains thousands of high-quality resources that assist with the research process.
These Culinary Arts and Baking and Pastry Arts students made the Dean’s Recognition List by achieving a grade point average of 3.25 or higher in fall 2020.
See the Northpointe undergraduates who made the Dean’s List by earning a GPA of 3.25 or higher in the fall.
In this Student Affairs Digest edition, learn about the Office of Student Support and Community Standards, Black History Month activities, the return of the Six O’clock Series, group fitness, and more.
Learn about stalking behaviors, prevention, and resources to help during a Haven Project workshop today from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. via Zoom.
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