Singing Their Praises, Sharing Sound Advice, More of Eberly’s Amazing
Singing Their Praises, Sharing Sound Advice, More of Eberly’s Amazing
Voice students victorious at national competition; women’s conference attendees emerge all the wiser; business majors applaud Eberly opportunities; and more
view of empty Miller Stadium from Gate B

A Time-out for Athletics

For the first time since World War II, intercollegiate athletics have come to a halt—this time because of a global pandemic and not a global conflict. The absence of competition, after countless hours of preparation, has left many student-athletes feeling lost. In response, administrators and coaches are trying new approaches to help athletes adjust and be successful off the field.
IUP voice students claimed a number of honors at the virtual National Association of Teachers of Singing annual competition, November 10–14. See a list of IUP winners, with their respective voice professors.
A handful of students who attended this event, the largest women’s conference in the state, share their favorite advice, including from actress and keynote speaker Viola Davis.
Senior Tyra McGarvie, featured in the #EberlyAmazingStudents series, plans to take what she’s learned from her internships, involvement in organizations, and other IUP experiences and use it in a digital marketing or branding career.
At the Mount Aloysius Conference on College Teaching in October, Lynanne Black, Educational and School Psychology, spoke on how to maximize student engagement, in both face-to-face and online settings, during the pandemic. 
Management major Eryca Hamilton, profiled in the #EberlyAmazingStudents series, recommends finding a job on campus. Her position at Eberly has helped her meet new people and learn more about the college and building, she said.
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