Marching Band at 100, Culinary Scholarships, Piano Perspectives
Marching Band at 100, Culinary Scholarships, Piano Perspectives
Marching Band celebrates 100th year with reunion; culinary students earn scholarships; piano professor receives grant to commission works; and more
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Students in the Undergraduate Summer Opportunities for Applying Research (U-SOAR) program will present their research at a symposium Friday, August 5, at 11:00 a.m. in the Monongahela Room of the HUB. All are welcome. See a list of student projects.
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The IUP Marching Band will hold a reunion November 4–6 to celebrate the band’s 100th anniversary. Activities include an alumni band halftime performance at the November 5 football game and the debut of a documentary about the band’s journey with the song “Amazing Grace.” Register to attend
Academy of Culinary Arts students Emily Shaffer, of Curwensville, and Gabriella Finn, of Altoona, are the 2022 recipients of the Ricupero Scholarship, established by members of the Ricupero and Lubold families in honor of their parents and grandparents.
Henry Wong Doe, Department of Music, received a grant from Creative New Zealand, the country’s arts council, for a project titled Perspectives. He is commissioning solo piano works from six New Zealand composers. The world premiere of those pieces will take place at IUP in April.
Professor Dana Driscoll and doctoral student Omar Yacoub, director and assistant director, respectively, of the Kathleen Jones White Writing Center, published an article, “Threshold Genres: A 10-Year Exploration of a Medical Writer’s Development and Social Apprenticeship through the Patient SOAP Note,” in Written Communication.
Thursday, July 28
Tuesday, August 2
9:00 a.m.
IUP Pittsburgh East Hybrid EMT Program Lab Session
Institute for Rural Health and Safety/IUP Pittsburgh East
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