Book Pickup/Delivery, Diversity in Children’s Books, Dating Violence
Book Pickup/Delivery, Diversity in Children’s Books, Dating Violence
Borrowing books just got easier; speaker series addresses representation in children’s literature; learn what to do about dating violence; and more
IUP Chorale Performs Civil Rights Anthem

IUP Chorale Performs Civil Rights Anthem

The Department of Music has shared a February recording of the civil rights anthem “We Shall Overcome,” arranged by Robert T. Gibson and performed by the IUP Chorale, under the direction of Gerrit Scheepers. 
Using the new Get It Request feature, students, faculty, and staff can request that IUP library or interlibrary loan books be held for pickup or be delivered to their home. 
Tune in Tuesday from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. via Zoom to learn the signs of intimate-partner violence and what to do if you or someone you know is experiencing it.
The IUP Libraries Schafer Speaker Series will present “The Need for Representation in Children’s Literature” Thursday, March 25, from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. via Zoom. Preregistration is required.
Working on an interesting project? Apply for this grant by Friday, March 5, and you could get up to $1,000 to support your work, including thesis/dissertation research.
Graduate students who graduated in May, August, or December 2020 or who have finished their project and will graduate in May 2021 are eligible for these $100 awards. Applications are due Friday, March 5.
Self-Care/Self-Reflection: Identify 10 experiences, habits, and people that help you become the best version of you. Reflect on your list, and refer to it when you’re stressed or overwhelmed. Remember what you’ve accomplished, the strength you have to move forward, and the people you can turn to for help.

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