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Physics-Music Tie, Accounting Honor, Imposter Syndrome
Physics-Music Tie, Accounting Honor, Imposter Syndrome
Guest lecturer discusses connection between physics and music; accounting programs earn prestigious accreditation; program helps women quiet their doubting voice; and more
Two images appear side by side. On the left is a head-and-shoulders portrait of a man in a dark jacket and purple bow tie standing in front of a painting. On the right is a performance by a chorus made up of young adults wearing black.
Learn the story behind “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” often called the Black national anthem, in a presentation by Moses Phillips of Medgar Evers College/CUNY today at 3:30 p.m. in Leonard 225. Then, see a performance of the song by Phillips, the IUP Chorus and Chorale, President Michael Driscoll, and Dean Curt Scheib tonight at the Kovalchick Complex in between the women’s and men’s basketball games. These events are part of IUP’s Black History Month observance.
Hear from Sigma Xi Distinguished Lecturer Laurie McNeil during three presentations: on Thursday, a lecture-recital with the Music Department’s Laura Ferguson, followed by a lecture, “Good Vibrations: The Interplay between Music and Physics,” and on Friday, a talk on “The Changing Climate of Women in Science.”
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