Top Tubist, Provost Prospects, Chancellor’s Forum, Language Standards
Top Tubist, Provost Prospects, Chancellor’s Forum, Language Standards
’65 grad and Hollywood top tuba player reflects on his career; provost candidates come to campus; chancellor takes questions today; faculty member explores foreign language standards; and more
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Research Week Is Calling You

It’s Research Appreciation Week—a great time to see how you can get involved with research at IUP. If you’re looking for inspiration, Wednesday’s Scholars Forum and Three-Minute Thesis finals are a great place to start. If you’re already researching, you can get help with presentations, surveys, your dissertation, and more. There are events every day this week, so take a look and make plans to go.
“I played in every movie with a tuba for 25 years.”
—Jim Self ’65, longtime Hollywood studio musician whose credits include the “voice of the mothership” in Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Christina Huhn, Department of Foreign Languages, recently published an article investigating the National Foreign Language Standards in post-secondary contexts. Read her article, “Two Decades of the Standards: Post-secondary Impact,” in the 2022 Report of the Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.
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