Student Town Hall, Tuition Freeze, Governor on Vaccine
Student Town Hall, Tuition Freeze, Governor on Vaccine
Come with questions to student town hall; State System freezes tuition for third consecutive year; governor says get vaccinated before semester’s end; and more
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Here for One Another

President Michael Driscoll shared a message about coming together and caring for one another as the jury began deliberations in the case of the former Minneapolis police officer charged, and convicted yesterday, in the death of George Floyd.
Did you experience anxiety over the Derek Chauvin trial in Minneapolis? Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Elise Glenn shared self-care suggestions and other resources.
Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education will freeze tuition at its 14 universities for a third consecutive year. IUP’s tuition and fees will remain at current levels.
Tom Segar, vice president for Student Affairs, shared Governor Wolf’s recommendations on COVID vaccinations and information about testing.
This week and next are packed with activities. Join STATIC for Earth Day, a scavenger hunt, movie night, spa tutorials, a cookout, and the Science Guy.
Hell’s Kitchen finalist Joy Parham-Thomas CA’10 will share techniques for mindful eating to help manage stress. Join the IUP Libraries for this Zoom presentation Thursday at 6:00 p.m.
See how IUP’s Division of Marketing and Communications has adapted its work during the pandemic, including brand strategy, brand storytelling, advertising strategy, partnerships, and more.
The State System’s virtual event to raise awareness about sexual assault is tonight at 7:00. Featured speakers are Tracey Vitchers, from It’s On Us, and Denise Pearson, system vice chancellor.
Join the Department of Psychology on Zoom, as it showcases its passion for psychological science with speakers, research presentations by students and their mentors, and more. 
Previously focused on party alternatives, the campaign switched gears this year and encouraged student groups to share messages on social media about challenges during the pandemic.
Last week, the Student Accounting Association held its final Zoom meeting of the semester. Guest speakers were CPAs Tia Gamler ’03, of Rotating Machinery Services, and Steve Bruckner ’06, of CD Industrial.
This issue highlights the Cejka Foundation gift in support of diversity and inclusion efforts and notable events offered this semester.
See coverage of the “What Were You Wearing?” exhibit and learn about upcoming programs and events.
President Michael Driscoll will host a town hall for students Thursday at 5:30 p.m. via Zoom. Topics will include the fall semester, plans for the future, and scheduling changes. Come with questions. Please register in advance.
Undergraduates are needed to help spread the word about Haven Project programs and topics. Apply by Friday to become a Haven peer educator.
Want to help pick, plan, and promote events on campus? STATIC has extended its executive board application deadline through this summer.
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