Click on any image to enlarge.
In July, Facilities employees Ed Buterbaugh and Barry Haldin, in back, placed decals on desks in Humanities and Social Sciences building classrooms to guide students in sitting at safe distances from one another. IUP’s fall plan outlines a number of practices to prevent the spread of coronavirus. (Brian Henry)
IUP’s Oak Grove is bordered at the top by McElhaney Hall, Sutton Hall, and Stapleton Library in this drone’s view by Emily Jaros Smith ’03, M’05, IUP assistant director of Video Services.
He may have been alone in the room, but Employment and Labor Relations chair David Piper ’84, M’89, M’92, D’00 was leading his Financial Management class using videoconferencing. As coronavirus cases rose in Pennsylvania, IUP switched to all-remote
instruction in March. Classes like Piper’s, which had previously brought together both in-person and remotely connected students, had an easy transition. (Brian Henry)
Without fall sports at IUP or elsewhere in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference, Miller Stadium and Cignetti Field will remain quiet. Story in Namedroppers.
Read more from the Summer 2020 issue of IUP Magazine.
Letters to the Editor
Message From the President
Crisis Inspires Camaraderie
Professor Partners with Police
A Winning Recipe
Art on the Side
On the Rise
Subscribe by RSS
IT Support Center
Map, Directions,and Parking
scores, & more
Follow IUP on Social Media
More IUP Social Media
© 2007–20 Indiana University of Pennsylvania
1011 South Drive, Indiana, Pa. 15705
Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Hotline
Your campus companion, updated.
Apple and Android devices.