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Cross-Cultural Connection, “Sacred” Student Conduct
Cross-Cultural Connection, “Sacred” Student Conduct
Professor presents on teachers connecting cross-culturally through technology; doctoral student discusses the student conduct professional’s multifaceted role; and more
IUP faculty member Steven Jackson, dressed as Alexander Hamilton, stands listening in front of Stapleton Library with those in line to join in the public reading of the US Constitution visible behind him

Founding Fatherhood

For years on Constitution Day, IUP faculty members (including Steven Jackson as Alexander Hamilton) have gotten into character to share with students what the authors were thinking when they wrote the US Constitution in 1787. These Founding Fathers will present “Is It Time for a New US Constitution?” at 6:00 p.m. today in the HUB. Another IUP tradition, the public reading of the Constitution, will begin this morning at 11:30 in front of Stapleton Library. 
Crystal Machado (IUP Professional Studies in Education) and Tami Serfiet (Israel’s Kibbutzim College of Education) presented their coauthored paper at an International Association for Intercultural Education conference in Tel Aviv. They discussed how their students—in the US and in Israel—used Flipgrid videoconferencing technology and Facebook to interact and to learn about teaching practices.
Administration and Leadership Studies doctoral student Sarah Shupp discussed the “sacred work of student conduct” in a recent interview on the Association for Student Conduct Administration’s Viewpoints podcast. Shupp directs the Office of Student Conduct at Shippensburg University.
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