Remembering Fallen Officers, Honoring Employees, Celebrating STATIC
Remembering Fallen Officers, Honoring Employees, Celebrating STATIC
Ceremony honors officers killed in the line of duty; IUP recognizes faculty and staff at service milestones; nimble STATIC engages thousands during pandemic; and more
a collection of nine images from spring 2021 feature stories

Springing Forward: IUP Stories

The year kicked off with unprecedented conflict at the Capitol Building and with a continuing pandemic. Yet, IUP kept moving ahead. Determined professors overcame obstacles to give students the education they came for. Students met their challenges with hard work and resilience. Check out these stories from spring 2021 that showcase how IUP’s people learned from one another and worked together to help students succeed.
Marking Peace Officers Memorial Day, the IUP Police Department welcomes the public to a service at noon today in the Kovalchick Complex’s Toretti Auditorium to honor the nation’s officers killed in the line of duty.
See which employees were recognized for completing 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, and 35 (there are three of them) years of service during the annual Service Awards.
Talk about tough jobs—how about entertaining people during a pandemic? Congratulations to the Student Activity Committee, which provided 72 events that engaged 6,020 IUP community members this school year.
Changes to student meal plans that the IUP Council of Trustees approved last week include several options that offer more meals or more “flex” dollars at the same cost.
Haven thanked Fashion Merchandising’s Janet Blood, the IUP Libraries’ Theresa McDevitt, and the many survivors of sexual assault who shared their stories to help this exhibit dispel myths about sexual violence.
Online tutoring, writing workshops, and more will be available through the Jones White Writing Center during all three sessions this summer.
IUP Punxsutawney shared that its local chamber of commerce and the Jefferson County Development Corporation are seeking a summer intern to support economic and community development initiatives.
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