Emergency Funding, Virtual Career Fair, Group Therapy FAQ
Emergency Funding, Virtual Career Fair, Group Therapy FAQ
Learn about emergency funding for qualifying students; access 70 employers and grad schools; find out if group therapy is for you; and more
Good News from President Driscoll

Good News from President Driscoll

In his recent update, President Michael Driscoll thanked students and employees for following safety protocols and keeping COVID-19 case numbers low. He also discussed academic innovation during the pandemic, Black History Month activities, non-class days this spring, and efforts in diversity, equity, and inclusion. 
Finding the right balance in your academic and social life is important to good health. See the IUP Counseling Center’s suggestions for managing your many roles—student, friend, worker, and more—harmoniously and with less stress.
Join the Haven Project for Behind the Post, a short film and workshop about how social media can influence the decision to stay in an unhealthy relationship. This program is Monday from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. via Zoom.
The Haven Project will present this bystander intervention training Tuesday from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. via Zoom. Green Dot aims to change norms and make the campus intolerant of violence.
Library and departmental faculty have evaluated the physical book collection to identify and remove outdated, damaged, and duplicate books. Of the 168,000 books identified as candidates, 26 percent were removed.
Anyone with data in IUP Dropbox will receive an email about migrating this data to Office 365.  
Undergraduates make this list by earning a grade point average of at least 3.25, based on 12 or more credits of graded coursework.
This is a list of students who graduated from IUP in December 2020 and January 2021.
Last Saturday, the Music Department’s String Area hosted students from seven schools for the IUP High School Honors Orchestra Festival. After spending the day rehearsing, the students gave a livestreamed concert.
Tom Segar, vice president for Student Affairs, has notified students of $5 million in emergency federal funding for coronavirus relief that will be allocated in grants to qualifying students.
Recruiters from more than 70 employers and graduate programs will attend the IUP Spring Career Fair through Handshake on Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
Dylan Corp, a psychologist at the IUP Counseling Center, answers frequently asked questions about group therapy. Research has shown it can be as effective as individual counseling. 
Show Your School Spirit: Get more involved in the IUP community. Join a club or organization. Attend one new campus event each week. Volunteer at a local nonprofit. Or, seek part-time employment on campus.

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