Also: Top Chef, Sea of Answers, and a Natural Leader
Also: Top Chef, Sea of Answers, and a Natural Leader
Chef of the Year sets an example, archaeologist looks to the sea, Eberly senior gets comfortable in the lead, and more
Hundreds marching on Philadelphia Street toward Indiana courthouse in 1965

Indiana’s Fight for Civil Rights

From protests demanding integration of the community pool to memorial marches on Philadelphia Street to the start of a speakers’ bureau and an elementary tutoring program—the fight for civil rights in Indiana took many forms. It also had faculty champions. IUP retiree Edith Cord shares her memories from the ’60s and ’70s of faculty efforts “to give everyone a better chance at the American dream.”
Headshot of Jeff Larkin
"The challenges . . . would be, ‘If you build it, would they come?’ It’s in a part of Kentucky that’s not often visited by a lot of people."
—Jeff Larkin, IUP biology professor, on Kentucky’s proposed Appalachian Wildlife Center, intended to transform tourism.
The Elk, the Tourists, and the Missing Coal Country Jobs,” WFPL News Louisville, ProPublica Reporting Network
Academy of Culinary Arts faculty member Andrew Nutter received the 2020 Chef of the Year Award from the Groundhog Chapter of the American Culinary Federation.
At a virtual diversity forum for Pitt’s Swanson School of Engineering, Abigail Adams spoke on equity in higher education, the “new normal” of COVID-19, how universities can help create cultures of inclusion in their communities, and more.
Learn why senior marketing major Emily Kostelnik chose IUP and how she sees her leadership roles affecting her future in the latest #EberlyAmazingStudents feature. 
In his chapter in The Routledge Handbook of Global Archaeology, Anthropology’s Ben Ford wrote that shipwrecks and coastal archaeology sites are key to investigating the processes that formed the modern world.
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