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Spa and Seuss, Sports Med and COVID, Pass-Fail Update
Spa and Seuss, Sports Med and COVID, Pass-Fail Update
STATIC wraps up season with spa day, Seuss flicks; free webinar tackles sports-medicine issues during COVID; pass-fail deadline extended; and more
IUP Grad Palamides Stars as Netflix’s Nate

IUP Grad Palamides Stars as Netflix’s Nate

You’ve seen her in Progressive ads—now 2012 theater and communications media graduate Natalie Palamides has her own Netflix comedy special, Nate—A One Man Show. Her title character has been described as an “alpha male learning to express emotion and understand the rules of consent.” An award-winning comedian, Palamides is a graduate of IUP’s Cook Honors College and a 2018 recipient of the Young Alumni Achievement Award.
Join the Student Activity Committee for virtual spa tutorials tonight at 8:00 and for a Netflix Watch Party on Thursday night at 8:00 featuring both The Lorax and The Grinch.
Employees and students can now use 25Live Pro to request available space for academic and nonacademic events. This service enhances safety for the IUP community by better monitoring the “people footprint.” 
The Centers of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity is offering a forum via Zoom today with these programs: “Botnets for Mining Cryptocurrencies” at 1:00 p.m. and “Inside Out: Can Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, or Disgust Affect Your Security?” at 2:00 p.m.
The Kinesiology, Health, and Sport Science Department will hold a free webinar Saturday at 9:00 a.m. to discuss topics including mental wellness during a pandemic, overuse-injury prevention, nutrition and concussion recovery, and COVID best practices. Register in advance.
Michael Williamson ’15, a partner at Forest Lane Capital in Pittsburgh, gave a presentation via Zoom to IUP Finance Seminar students in November. He spoke about differences between investing in private and public companies, among other topics. 
Geofrey Mills, Eberly College’s interim dean, and members of the Career and Professional Development Center, recently delivered treats and advice to students in Stephenson Hall’s Business Living-Learning Community.
IUP has made temporary modifications to the pass-fail policy for this semester. Students can start the request process today; however, talking with your advisor before choosing this option is critical.
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