Financial Aid Leadership, 18th Fulbright, Black People’s Unwritten Rules
Financial Aid Leadership, 18th Fulbright, Black People’s Unwritten Rules
New Financial Aid director named; master’s graduate heads to Greece on Fulbright; program explores unwritten rules Black people follow; and more
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Grace Skarzynski, a May graduate of the Student Affairs in Higher Education program, has become IUP’s 18th student Fulbright recipient. She will be an English teaching assistant at Athens College-Hellenic American Educational Foundation in Psychiko, Greece.
Tiffany Potts will succeed Ragan Griffin as director of Financial Aid. Griffin is retiring after more than six years in the post. Potts, who most recently served as associate director of Financial Aid, joined the office in 2010.
Students, faculty, and alumni represented IUP at the annual Pennsylvania Economic Association conference this month at Gannon University. Economics majors Taylor Friedman and Benjamin Swanson placed first and third, respectively, in the Best Undergraduate Paper Contest.
Monday, June 20
This federal holiday marks the end of slavery in the United States on June 19, 1865.
3:00 p.m., Zoom. Inspired by a BuzzFeed article, this MCSLE program discusses rules Black people follow that White people are probably unaware of.
Tuesday, June 21
4:00 p.m
Punxsutawney Campus Food Pantry
IUP Punxsutawney
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