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Scholars Forum Winners, Honoring Volunteers, TrumpetFest
Scholars Forum Winners, Honoring Volunteers, TrumpetFest
Scholars Forum winners cover many disciplines; nine volunteers honored for their efforts; TrumpetFest to be held live tonight and Saturday; and more
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Ready for Finals? We’ve Got You Covered.

Final exams begin a week from Tuesday. Find out about where you can study or find help, activities and entertainment that can help you de-stress, late-night pancakes, and more.
More than 40 undergraduate and graduate students received awards for the original research, scholarly activities, or creative endeavors they presented at IUP’s Scholars Forum. See a full list of winners and their faculty mentors.
IUP recently recognized nine recipients of its Awards of Excellence in Volunteer Leadership. These alumni, friends, faculty members, and students were honored for their efforts to engage and connect others with IUP.
Missing live concerts? Experience the brilliant brass sounds of TrumpetFest, featuring performances by students and faculty, today and Saturday in Gorell Recital Hall. This free event is open only to the IUP community, because of COVID-19 restrictions.
Victory Media has selected IUP for this companion list to its Military Friendly Schools ranking. This designation recognizes schools that support spouses of service members through the unique challenges of military life.
Effective Saturday, following the retirement of Barbe Moore, Chris Kitas will serve as executive director of Institutional Research, and Lori Harkleroad as associate director. The office provides official university data and statistics to various constituencies.
President Michael Driscoll recognizes IUP community members for supporting one another through challenging times. He also shares student accolades and his appreciation for the generosity of the IUP family.
What’s on Your Mind? Become more present in each moment throughout your day. Give yourself time to slow down and notice all the details of your day-to-day life. When you focus on being present in the moment, you may surprise yourself by gaining new insights and a fresh perspective.

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