Provost’s Retirement, Field-School Summer, Deaf Dog’s Journey
Provost’s Retirement, Field-School Summer, Deaf Dog’s Journey
Provost to discuss retirement on the radio; Anthropology holds three field schools this summer; deaf dog thrives with faculty member’s family; and more
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Move-In: What You Need to Know

New and returning students can find out move-in dates for the fall semester, how to sign up for a move-in time, where on campus to report, how to request early arrival move-in, and more.
Tim Moerland will retire August 20 after more than eight years as IUP’s provost and vice president for Academic Affairs. Tune in as he discusses his tenure and future plans on radio show Indiana in the Morning today at 9:40 a.m. on WCCS-1160 AM.
IUP Anthropology has been busy conducting field schools with three different focuses: forensic anthropology, at the site of a WWII plane crash in Germany; ethnography, including a study of local responses to the pandemic; and archaeology, held at Newport Village, near Blairsville.
The experiences of Annah Hill, associate professor of deaf education, and her family as they’ve learned to communicate with their dog, Flynn, who is deaf, were the subject of a recent Indiana Gazette story.
The Digest’s latest edition highlights IUP scholar-athletes, recent additions to the women’s basketball coaching staff, preparations for fall, food and counseling resources, upcoming events, and more.
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