Help IUP, COVID Public Testing, Title IX Training
Help IUP, COVID Public Testing, Title IX Training
Incentives offered for help with marketing, COVID safety; free public testing for virus returns; inclusive workplace training starts next week; and more
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Online and on Point

U.S. News & World Report selected IUP online master’s programs in criminology, mathematics education, and nursing for its 2021 rankings of “Best Online Programs.”
IUP Emergency Management shared that the Pennsylvania Department of Health will again offer free COVID-19 testing in the Indiana Mall parking lot. Symptomatic or not, anyone can be tested.
The State System will assign all university-related personnel training courses on diversity, preventing harassment and discrimination, and protecting youth. Watch your email next week to get started.
Faculty and staff members and those in the community who would enjoy connecting with IUP international students are invited to join the International Friendship Program.
The College of Education and Communications will present its 2021 IMPACT Award for the Counseling Department to Stacie Huber ’00, M’01, M’14 for her commitment to exceptional mental health services.
The Division of Marketing and Communications recently won six Education Digital Marketing Awards and three CASE District II Accolades Awards for its print, video, and design work.
Students can earn up to $200 for their organizations by participating in #IUPLeads and spreading the word about COVID-19 safety.
Give honest opinions on IUP marketing materials and get a chance to win prizes through the MarCom Student Advisory Team.
Plan! Plan! Plan!
Even to Recharge.

Plan out your week ahead of time. Once you have your classes and study time entered into your calendar or planner, make a point to schedule time for yourself and time with family and friends. It’s important to include activities that help you recharge.

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