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Psychedelic Studies, Math Minded, Respiratory Recognition
Psychedelic Studies, Math Minded, Respiratory Recognition
Biology grad leads national research on mind-altering substances; students enter mathematical contest in modeling; respiratory care senior celebrated; and more
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Mauro Wolfe ’90: “Advance Your Own Career”

Born in Panama, Mauro Wolfe came to IUP in the late ’80s from Beaver County. Now a senior partner at Duane Morris in New York City, he represents clients in white-collar matters all over the world. Next month, he’ll participate in an IUP virtual panel discussion on diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace. In this interview, he shares insights from his life and career.
“It’s fun to create things which may not exist anywhere else in the universe.”
—Jason Wallach ’08, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
Students Mikayla Dokos, Elizabeth Lees, and Micayla Schambura recently participated in the Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications Mathematical Contest in Modeling. They’ll learn the contest results in April.
The Respiratory Care program faculty has selected Lindsey Sherf as this year’s recipient of the Ann and Daniel McCauley Memorial Award for Respiratory Care.
The #EberlyAmazingStudents series features Michaela Elsen, a sophomore studying human resources and general management and participating in a range of Eberly activities.
Morgan Jarvie, an early admissions MBA student and a Student Finance Association member, is featured in the #EberlyAmazingStudents series. 
DeAnna Laverick, Kelli Paquette, and Susan Sibert, Professional Studies in Education, recently published their research on the use of virtual reality as a comprehension strategy in Reading Improvement, a publication for reading professionals.
Working with a team of international scientists, Jonathan Warnock, Geoscience, helped assess the timing of past climatic shifts in the Antarctic relative to the rest of the globe.
Crystal Machado, Professional Studies in Education, and Natalie Burick, Slippery Rock University, coauthored “Working Together to Understand and Mitigate the Effects of the Sophomore Slump” for the book Exploring the Opportunities and Challenges of College Students. 
Susan Sibert, Professional Studies in Education, and Kenneth Kerchenske, a local high school principal, coauthored an article for Interscholastic Athletic Administration on the pros and cons of purchasing artificial turf for school athletic fields.
Christina Huhn, Foreign Languages, has coauthored an article that reviews research on world-language teacher preparation programs and teacher oral proficiency. 
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