Missed the Town Hall? Honoring Our Losses, Indi-Kids Excels
Missed the Town Hall? Honoring Our Losses, Indi-Kids Excels
Student town hall recording is now available; service honors IUP family members lost; day care where IUP students learn gets reaccredited; and more
a Writing Center tutor and the student being helped pose in the Writing Center

Learn from the Masters

Tutoring in writing is about more than helping someone string together grammatically sound sentences. This school year, 11 Jones White Writing Center tutors completed Master Tutor Training certification. It covers working with diverse learners, handling different genres and skill levels, meeting the needs of international students, and more. Tutors also help with many center projects, including the new Dissertation and Thesis Boot Camp. (2019 photo)
This service, which honors members of the IUP family lost this year, will take place Monday at 12:30 p.m. in the Wallwork courtyard.
Those who missed the April 22 virtual town hall with President Michael Driscoll are invited to watch a recording (IUP sign-in required). Driscoll discussed a number of topics related to getting “back to normal” in the fall.
Indi-Kids, the local day care program that also provides learning experiences for IUP’s Human Development and Family Science students, has been reaccredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. (2014 photo)
IUP Emergency Management shares new developments in the Pennsylvania law that requires drivers to move to the next lane or slow down if an emergency vehicle is stopped on the shoulder.
After the break, counseling services will resume August 23. Students with emergency needs this summer should contact the Indiana County Crisis Hotline or go to Indiana Regional Medical Center.
Transitioning Home for the Summer: As the semester comes to an end, take time to appreciate your accomplishments and successes. Share them with members of your support team, and acknowledge their role in helping you reach your goals and move forward.

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