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Criminology Panel, Cybersecurity Camp, Grad Student Writing Groups
Criminology Panel, Cybersecurity Camp, Grad Student Writing Groups
Criminology’s newest Distinguished Alumni to be featured in panel; cybersecurity camp targets middle and high schoolers; writing groups boost thesis/dissertation progress; and more
a student looks at the display of clothing and survivor stories from a previous year’s “What Were You Wearing?” exhibit

Display Debunks Myths about Sexual Assault

“What Were You Wearing?” an exhibit by the Haven Project and Fashion Merchandising, will be in Stapleton Library all next week. This display of clothing and survivor stories dispels myths that people provoke assaults with how they dress.
A retired chief deputy US marshal, a professor, and a retired US Secret Service special agent in charge—all being honored as IUP Distinguished Alumni—will share their professional experience in a Zoom panel April 20 at 2:00 p.m.
IUP will offer a free online GenCyber cybersecurity camp for middle and high school students and teachers August 2–6, thanks to a sixth year of funding from the National Science Foundation and the National Security Agency.
In this video message, President Michael Driscoll urges everyone to “stay the course” in the fight against COVID-19, thanks event organizers for their creativity, and recognizes three students honored with national and regional awards.
Last week, Elle Gandolfi ’17, an associate attorney at law firm Fowkes Rodkey, spoke to the Student Accounting Association about applying to and succeeding in law school.
Undergraduate students are needed for two, one-hour focus groups next week to give feedback on IUP marketing materials. Each participant will receive a $20 Amazon gift card.
Research shows graduate students in writing groups are more productive. Sign up for one of the Writing Center’s Summer Graduate Writing Groups to improve your progress.
Summer Opportunities: Consider job shadowing this summer to get a small but critical view of the day-to-day work experience in your ideal career field. Start now by talking with faculty, family, and friends who can help you make connections with an employer in your field of interest.

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