IUP-IRMC Day, Seeking Student-Group Support, Wrongful Convictions on Drugs
IUP-IRMC Day, Seeking Student-Group Support, Wrongful Convictions on Drugs
New event celebrates collaboration with medical center; organizations are encouraged to “Take Back the Night”; criminologist speaks on wrongful convictions for drug offenses; and more
Colorful drawing of the side view of a dinosaur with armored plates and spikes, resembling a stegosaurus, walking in tall grass with tropical-looking shrubbery behind it

Dinosaur Species Named for Kopchick

Not only was biology professor Shundong Bi on a team that identified a new species of dinosaur, but he also named the discovery after John Kopchick, the IUP alumnus and donor for whom—along with his wife, Char—the science college and its future home are named. Learn about Yuxisaurus kopchicki, the stegosaurus relative gaining national attention.
Network with health-care professionals from Indiana Regional Medical Center, find ways to work together, and hear a keynote by renowned rural-health expert Randall Longenecker at this new Research Appreciation Week event Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Kovalchick Complex. Registration is required.
Haven invites campus groups to show support for survivors of sexual assault at Take Back the Night (April 13) by chalking messages and lighting luminarias. Email haven-project@iup.edu by Monday to reserve your materials. Include your organization’s name and estimated number of attendees.
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