Planning through 2025, Expanding in Punxsy, Refreshing Post-finals
Planning through 2025, Expanding in Punxsy, Refreshing Post-finals
New strategic plan provides five-year focus; Punxsutawney property to assist culinary growth; self-care promotes academic success; and more
Hawks, we thank you.

For All You Do . . .

With the holiday break approaching, President Michael Driscoll and his wife, Becky, shared a slideshow honoring the IUP community for its hard work, resilience, and compassion during a challenging semester.
The plan for 2020–25 that the IUP Council of Trustees backed Thursday focuses on being student centered, furthering IUP’s doctoral research mission, and embracing diversity and inclusion.
At its quarterly meeting Thursday, the IUP Council of Trustees approved acquisition of a building along West Mahoning Street in Punxsutawney for expansion of the IUP Academy of Culinary Arts.
Because declining enrollment continues to affect the IUP Libraries’ acquisitions budget, the library will have some reductions in informational resources available through its databases web page. Many library users will notice limited impact on their search strategies.
Bryan Moore ’07, director of Public Markets at the South Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission, recently spoke with an IUP Finance Seminar class via Zoom. He discussed his work and the characteristics of a good employee and gave the students career advice.
The Health Service will close for patient care starting Monday and will reopen at the start of the spring semester, January 19. Administrative offices will remain open, and students needing medical advice can call 724-357-2550. See a list of local COVID-19 testing options.
Self-Care: As you wrap up the semester, make time for self-care. It means actively protecting your own well-being and happiness, particularly during times of stress. Taking breaks and caring for yourself help restore energy, produce positive feelings, and boost your confidence. Practicing self-care reminds you and others that your needs, too, are important.

—A tip from the Academic Success Center
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