First Female Stover Speaker, “Music Man” Help, Survey on Sexual Violence
First Female Stover Speaker, “Music Man” Help, Survey on Sexual Violence
Survey to ask about student attitudes toward sexual violence; finance graduate from Hershey Company keynotes Eberly event; alumni, faculty help with high school musical; and more
A combination of six images featuring, at the top, from left, an outdoor head-and-shoulder portrait of Noah Garrett, a photo of professor Veronica Watson talking with a group of four police trainees in a classroom, and an outdoor portrait of Taylor Jones on a blue background. At the bottom, from left, are an outdoor head-and-shoulder portrait of Connor Kelly, a photo of Malaika Turner and Claudia Pauley looking at food items in the food pantry, and an outdoor head-and-shoulder portrait Claudia Pauley.

Imagine Unlimited Campaign Helps Students in Many Ways

Four students help illustrate the impact of IUP’s record-breaking Imagine Unlimited campaign. Hear from scholarship recipients in chemistry and football, a grad assistant promoting fairness in policing, and a food pantry worker who has connected hundreds of students with meals. Read “Imagine Unlimited Impact” from the Winter-Spring 2022 edition of IUP Magazine.
Last week, Sherry Ulsh ’81, a procurement and strategic sourcing leader at the Hershey Company, became the first female lecturer in Eberly’s Stover Endowed Business Speaker Series. She encouraged students to define their own success, expect the unexpected, network, and get involved in philanthropy and mentoring.
As a recent guest on the Big Rhetorical Podcast, Composition and Applied Linguistics PhD student Andrew Yim discussed his work as assistant director of the Kathleen Jones White Writing Center, as graduate coeditor of the Peer Review, as a Wikipedia Initiative intern, and as an instructor at Huaqiao University in China.
Department of Music graduates and faculty were part of Conemaugh Township High School’s recent production of The Music Man. Mari Grace Lingenfelter ’94, M’96 was the production and vocal director, and Catherine Kasun ’18 directed the pit orchestra, which had several members with Music Department ties. See a group photo.
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