Provost Scholars, CTE Leader, COVID in Appalachia
Provost Scholars, CTE Leader, COVID in Appalachia
Provost Scholars named for fall 2021; Center for Teaching Excellence reflects on professor’s service; Anthropology students share research on COVID in Appalachia; and more
Two photos side-by-side show scenes from recent IUP basketball games. In the photo on the left, an IUP men's basketball player jumps to make a basket with the ball in both hands while two players from the other team, dressed in orange, look on and try to block him. In the photo on the right, an IUP women's basketball player dribbles as she moves fast with her ponytail flying in the air behind her.
It’s the time of year for holiday baskets—the kind our two undefeated basketball teams have been scoring all season. The action continues right through winter break, so head to the Kovalchick Complex to catch the men’s team and women’s team at home.
Congratulations to the fall 2021 Provost Scholars! To be named to the list, students must have earned a minimum of 45 semester hours at IUP with a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher.
Mimi Benjamin, a professor in the Department of Student Affairs in Higher Education, has made many contributions as a member of the Center for Teaching Excellence leadership team during the last three years.
Seven students presented their project, “COVID and Rural Appalachia,” at the 21st annual Appalachian Teaching Project Symposium, an economic development conference sponsored by the Appalachian Regional Commission.
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