Bring It Home, Senate Awardees, Thanking Guides
Bring It Home, Senate Awardees, Thanking Guides
Students help Habitat for Humanity put families in homes; University Senate recognizes distinguished faculty and staff; IUP Guides assist first-year students—join the effort; and more
new graduate makes hear hands for the camera during the 2017 commencement ceremony

The Next Chapter Begins

For the first time since 2019, IUP will celebrate new graduates during in-person commencement ceremonies—graduate students on Friday and undergraduates during three events Saturday. See who the student speakers are, and find out other details. (2017 photo)
The newsletter will take a post-semester break, corresponding with the migration of the website to a new content management system and with preparations for the move.
IUP students help this international nonprofit build “home sweet home” for local families in need. Learn about the IUP chapter of Habitat for Humanity, profiled in the Find Your People series.
See the new faculty and dean emeriti, as well as the recipients of University Senate awards for teaching, research, service, and creative arts.
Learn about actions affecting all sectors of the university at the council’s public meeting Thursday at 4:30 p.m. Limited seating is available in the Kovalchick Complex. Register to participate via Zoom.
This program, which gives all new students a designated faculty or staff member to turn to for help, was a bright spot of 2020-21. Special thanks are extended to all IUP Guides. Sign-ups are open for next year.
In its final issue of the semester, the Digest introduces the Hawk Connectors, responsible for connecting other students with IUP. Finals week events and student, faculty, and staff accomplishments are also highlighted.
The Haven Project thanks all faculty and staff members, administrators, students, and organizations who boosted its efforts to make the campus safer.
The IUP Parking Garage will close for its annual cleaning and maintenance on Sunday and will reopen Friday, May 28.
The IUP Institute for Cyber Security has listed a number of National Security Agency positions for students who enjoy creatively solving cybersecurity problems.
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