Marketing Marvel, Designing Woman, Breaking the Ceiling
Marketing Marvel, Designing Woman, Breaking the Ceiling
Program ranks in nation’s top 30; fashion designer shares her journey; women in hospitality give career advice; and more
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Nothing to Do? STATIC’s Got You Covered

Fresh off of yesterday’s IUP Chopped, STATIC has a full lineup of activities planned: virtual Spring Trivia Night 2 on Tuesday (the theme is TV show Friends), a Zoom cooking class with Queer Eye’s Antoni Porowski on Thursday, and the second Campus Scavenger Hunt on Saturday, March 20. With STATIC, there’s always something.
UNIVERSITY NEWS has recognized IUP for having one of the top marketing programs in the country. The global awareness focus, study abroad opportunities, and marketing concentration in the MBA and Executive MBA programs were among the features cited. 
The Haven Project and LGBTQIA Support will present Green Dot Bystander Intervention Training on Tuesday from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. via Zoom as part of the Queer Conversations series. Learn how to make the campus a safer place for all.
Camillya Taylor—hairstylist, fashion designer, and owner of Camille’s House of Styles—will discuss her path to success Thursday at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom in an event sponsored by the IUP Libraries and the Social Equity and Title IX office. 
Pittsburgh event professionals will discuss their challenges, successes, and advice for breaking the glass ceiling in the hospitality industry in this discussion Wednesday, March 31, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. via Zoom. Register for this event, hosted by Meeting Professionals International’s IUP student chapter.
The Student Accounting Association recently hosted guest speakers Susan Maloney, firm director, and Lauren Cattell, assurance associate, from Baker Tilly’s Pittsburgh office. They discussed, among other topics, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on their work and on the firm’s internship program.
After you set your clocks ahead an hour for daylight saving time, IUP’s Emergency Management office suggests changing smoke alarm batteries and checking off some other safety to-dos.
Financial Literacy: The best way to keep track of your money is to create and maintain a budget. Make a list of categories to identify and track your spending for the week and month. Once you’ve identified your list, prioritize your spending to make sure you have enough each month to cover your academic, personal, and social needs.

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