Winter Grads, Culinary Grant, New Ensemble
Winter Grads, Culinary Grant, New Ensemble
Weekend ceremonies honor December and January graduates; culinary academy receives million-dollar state grant; partnership produces new music ensemble; and more
Young writers build many skills as they spin interactive tales through the Digital Story Game Project, developed by Mike Sell, English professor, and Rachel Schiera, a master’s and doctoral graduate. Learn more in “Engaging Young Writers with Digital Story Games,” from the Innovators video series.
Two students wearing graduation caps and gowns are in the foreground of an arena full of ceremony participants, and all are moving the tassels on their caps from the right side to the left side, while an audience in the arena seating watches
Commencement ceremonies for December 2021 and January 2022 graduates were held Saturday in the Kovalchick Complex. Look for more photographs later today on IUP’s Facebook and Instagram pages.
A Department of Safety Sciences research team has been awarded a grant to investigate ways to limit workplace slips, trips, and falls.
See which 12 students won scholarship prizes for their knowledge of business topics and trivia in the Eberly Biz Wiz Quiz Competition.
The Center for Teaching Excellence has announced four Teaching Circle Mini-Grant award winners, whose goals range from “rescuing Socrates” to assessing the effectiveness of online laboratories.
Ragia Hassan, a student in the Curriculum and Instruction doctoral program, published a chapter in Arabic in the book Disability on the importance of language proficiency among deaf and hard-of-hearing students in Qatar.
The Academy of Culinary Arts has received a million-dollar state grant to help fund a new hub in downtown Punxsutawney. With this facility, the academy expects to accommodate an additional 50 to 70 full-time students annually.
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