71-Year-Old PhD Student; Semester Wrap-up; What's Cooking?
71-Year-Old PhD Student; Semester Wrap-up; What's Cooking?
A 71-year-old PhD candidate; President Driscoll wraps up the semester; alumni making music; what's cooking at Culinary?; and more
IUP council of trustees

Resolutions Passed at Trustees Meeting

During the public Council of Trustees meeting on May 6, several athletic teams, individuals, and alumni were recognized for their accomplishments and support of IUP.
Kevin Lhota, a doctoral candidate in IUP’s Eberly College of Business PhD Program, has shown at 71, that it is never too late to learn.
In this final video for the spring semester, President Driscoll talks about the accomplishments of the past year, including plans for an in-person commencement this weekend.
IUP’s undergraduate Nutrition program has been ranked among the top 16 programs in the nation as a “Best Bachelor’s Degree” by Study.com. 
IUP Libraries will provide live chat research support from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, during all summer sessions.
The Federal Communications Commission recently announced its new Emergency Broadband Benefit Program, which offers discounts to students and families who have been struggling to afford an internet connection during the pandemic. Students who received Federal Pell Grants are eligible.  
Register now for the Culinary Academy Summer Event Series, including cooking demonstrations, cook-alongs, information about financial aid, and chef and student meet-and-greets. There is something for everyone!
On May 3, 2021, students from the IUP Department of Music met with composer Anthony O’Toole ’11, who was commissioned to write a piece for the brass quintet. The department’s scholarship brass quintet will perform the piece as part of its fall 2021 recital. 
The IUP Speech-Language Pathology master’s degree program has been awarded continued accreditation through 2028 by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.  
The IUP Career and Professional Development Center is planning many events for the fall semester.
Finals Week: Move forward one step at a time, and take regular daily actions toward reaching your goals. Whether you are preparing for a final exam, packing up your belongings for your return home, or finalizing details for a summer work experience, remember the importance of breaking down tasks into small steps.

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