DJ Dance Party, Publication Hatches, Double-Dipping on Diversity Training
DJ Dance Party, Publication Hatches, Double-Dipping on Diversity Training
Party like you’re in the HUB; Hatchery seeks undergraduate research; “UGH!?! Not Another Diversity Presentation”; and more
Left to right, international students playing Giant Jenga, International Education Week logo with globe, and student standing on rock overlooking ocean

Celebrate International Education Week

From October 12 to 21, you’ll have opportunities to learn about education abroad, listen to international music and poetry, watch an international film, and more. Events are virtual and open to the community.
As part of Homecoming 2020 festivities, a live dance party featuring DJ Beatstreet (Josh Aguirre ’08) and DjYe (Terry Ellerbe ’16) will take place Saturday at 8:00 p.m. on Twitch.
Strengths of IUP’s student body this fall include the number of returning students, its diverse makeup, and its high-achieving new freshman class, with an average high school GPA of 3.4.
Any IUP undergraduate may submit work for this new journal created by the IUP Libraries with the Jones White Writing Center and the Undergraduate Research Center. Deadline for submissions for the spring publication is December 15.
Thanksgiving break, residence hall closures, commencement ceremonies, sports, and the spring calendar are among the topics addressed.
Justin Brown M’13 will return via Zoom on Wednesday from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. to reach more students with his diversity training program.
During a virtual meeting earlier this month, the student group heard from guest speaker Christy Pipes ’01, managing director at Deloitte’s Tampa office.
Punxsutawney Area College Trust has pledged $200,000 for the expansion of Academy of Culinary Arts facilities in downtown Punxsutawney. A new culinary arts building is a focal point of IUP’s Imagine Unlimited Campaign. 
Fall 2020 marked the start of the second cohort for this program, designed for working professionals looking to prepare for a business school professorship or to advance to senior leadership positions.
Monday on Zoom, join Health and Wellness Promotion to practice meditation for clarity, rest, and relaxation.
Get inspired with positive affirmation from Health and Wellness Promotion at 3:00 p.m. Monday via Instagram, @iupaware.
Health and Wellness Promotion peer educator Sierra DeMarsh will give a healthy food demonstration Friday, October 16, at 5:00 p.m. on Instagram, @iupaware.
Download the Charity Miles app, join the Health and Wellness Promotion team, and start earning miles. The competition runs through December 1.
Coinciding with IUP’s weeklong lineup of Homecoming 2020 events, the Co-op Store will run its sale through Sunday, both in store and online.
More than 20 organizations participated in the Student Accounting Association’s annual career fair for accounting majors, held virtually on Handshake in September.
Many of us have been working from home for the past several months. Follow these tips for a safe online experience.
Join Health and Wellness peer educator Allison Goldstein to learn game-show style about sexual health, Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. on Zoom.
Class registration for winter 2020–21 begins Monday for all continuing students. Spring 2021 registration takes place throughout October.


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