Career Fair Today, Writing Center Goes to Town, STEM in Schools
Career Fair Today, Writing Center Goes to Town, STEM in Schools
All-majors career fair starts at 10:00 a.m. at Kovalchick Complex; writing center offers free tutoring to Indiana community; IUP to boost STEM education in county; and more
Collage of photos, left to right, of a student using a pipette in a lab; a student sitting on black metal sculpture made of triangles that rests against a tree; a student working in a safety lab behind orange, yellow, blue, and red vertical cords; two masked students in a health-care setting; and student in a sunlit, woodsy setting writing on a clipboard

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Want to present your original research or creative work in a professional yet comfortable setting? Be part of the IUP Scholars Forum—Research Week’s main event—happening in person in April. Submit your abstract (research summary) by March 4. Learn more and find tips on preparing your abstract or presentation.
Armed with a $100,000 grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Education, IUP faculty members will produce learning kits to help area teachers provide age-appropriate lessons in science, technology, engineering, and math. The Biology Department’s Holly Travis is coordinating the project.
More than 90 organizations will be on hand at this industry-wide job, internship, and graduate school fair from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. today at the Kovalchick Complex. No preregistration is required. Attendance vouchers are available.
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