Texas News Interview, Women’s Conference Advice, Election Day
Texas News Interview, Women’s Conference Advice, Election Day
Student makes Texas news during service project; women’s conference attendees share what they learned; organization prepares voters for Election Day; and more
A low aerial view of a garden in a grassy area bordered by a chain-link fence near an intersection in a town. In the foreground are a tree and nine rectangular, raised garden beds in rows of three, where people are working. More planting areas are visible in the background.

Garden Grows with IUP Help

Located in the northeast corner of Mack Park, the Indiana Community Garden has been thriving for 10 years with help from IUP volunteers. Working in the garden has also helped students connect with the community beyond campus. See this network in action in a series of photographs.
“We have to figure out what initiatives are truly important to student success—and remember that a lack of proper investment in cybersecurity carries the most risk.”

—Bill Balint, chief information officer

Where the Tech Troubles Are,” Inside Higher Ed

While attending the National Collegiate Honors Council annual conference last week in Dallas, Cook Honors College students Estefani Sanchez Fonseca, Magali Ortiz Ayllon, Jorge Tapia Becerril, and Milady Lagunas Sanchez joined other attendees in helping Fort Worth students paint a mural. See Milady interviewed on NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth.
Students from Eberly’s Women in Business organization who attended the recent Pennsylvania Conference for Women shared advice from its nationally known speakers, including the lead scientist in the development of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine. See what they learned.
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