Textbook Savings, Postseason Play, Giving Tuesday
Textbook Savings, Postseason Play, Giving Tuesday
See how a department created course materials to help students; keep up with IUP sports in the postseason; learn about Giving Tuesday matching gifts; and more
How well do you know Aunt Jane?
From 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. today, Jane E. Leonard Hall will be officially dedicated in a ceremony in the building’s main lobby, across from Stapleton Library. You’ve heard the name, but how much do you know about Leonard, an educator and administrator whose impact on IUP has been compared to George Washington’s impact on America? Test your knowledge—or just learn more—in a quiz, How Well Do You Know Aunt Jane?
The football team is moving on in the NCAA Division II playoffs after a 19-13 win over Ashland last weekend. Next, the Crimson Hawks will play Shepherd in the Super Region One final on Saturday in Miller Stadium. Watch the IUP Athletics site today for the kickoff time.
The men’s and women’s cross country teams finished their 2022 season at the NCAA Division II Atlantic Region Championships on November 19 at Mansfield. The men finished 10th overall, with two runners in the top 50, and the women placed 17th. See all IUP results.
The women’s volleyball team ended its 2022 season in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division II Atlantic Region Championships on November 18 at Gannon with a loss to third-seeded Wheeling. See more from the game, including photos and video highlights.
Affordable Learning Pennsylvania has named Andrea Palmiotto a 2022 Affordable Learning Champion. She was recognized for leading the Department of Anthropology in writing and publishing an open educational resource for introductory anthropology courses, eliminating the need for students to buy textbooks. The resource, Introduction to Anthropology: Holistic and Applied Research on Being Human, is free to all.
IUP Anthropology faculty, alumni, and students recently partnered with two Pennsylvania organizations to record graves in the historic African American Midland Cemetery near Harrisburg. Founded in 1795, the cemetery contains graves of leaders in the region’s African American community, members of the US Colored Troops and Buffalo Soldiers, and enslaved people.
Pennsylvania Banner Users Group, a nonprofit that promotes effective use of the Banner student information system, recently presented Jeff Montgomery, IT Services, with its lifetime emeritus award. Given to only 10 people in PABUG’s 23-year history, the award recognizes volunteer support of the organization through time, attendance, leadership, and collaboration.
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