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Sea Change, Making Music Together while Apart, Research on Refugees
Sea Change, Making Music Together while Apart, Research on Refugees
Navigating uncharted waters with experiences at sea; helping high school ensembles connect virtually; bettering refugee education; and more
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From IUP to Harvard

For Morgan Glasser ’20, the path from IUP to Harvard went through Houston, Texas. Her opportunity as IUP’s second Kopchick Summer Fellow gave this small-town student a chance to show that science is the “ultimate path to creativity.”
Jon Lewis, right, with 2016 STEMSEAS participants.
“Going to sea is really quite life-changing the first time one goes, I think, regardless of your stage in life. It is very powerful.”
—Jon Lewis, professor of geoscience at IUP and co-principal investigator of STEMSEAS
Mentorship during a Pandemic: Transitions from Lab and Sea to Virtual,” Eos, a publication of the American Geophysical Union
In an online clinic with Gateway High School’s Wind Ensemble, Zach Collins and sophomore Kayla Holsopple performed a duet and shared how to create virtual ensembles, like the IUP Tuba and Euphonium Studio’s Together video from April.
Amanda Poole presented “Teleological Violence: Disjuncture between Refugee Aspirations and Structural Constraints on Progress among Eritrean Refugees in Ethiopia” at the ReBuild Conference, rescheduled from May and adapted to a virtual format by the Peace Research Institute Oslo.
Several Foreign Languages Department students and alumni attended the Appalachian Professional Language Educators’ Society (APPLES) annual fall event. Faculty member Christina Huhn is the organization’s president.
The Beaumont Foundation, which established a scholarship in honor of criminology graduate C. Edward Keller ’74, recently gave scholarship recipients Samantha Bainey, Jessica Borghise, and Madison Shafron gifts to support their IUP studies.
Professor Gregory Kenning published “Experimental Determination of the Critical Spin-Glass Correlation Length in Single-Crystal CuMn” in the journal Physical Review B.
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