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  • COVID-19 Update, Spring Sports, Women's History Month Events
    President Driscoll urges the IUP community to continue its vigilance in following COVID-19 safety guidelines as spring approaches. He also discusses new IUP initiatives, spring sports, and upcoming events, including Women’s History Month activities.
    Code Cracker
    Dorothy Ramale ’43, who will turn 100 in April, was well-known as a math teacher and an IUP Alumni Association president. Until recently, many didn’t know she cracked enemy codes for the US military during World War II. In honor of Women’s History Month, here is her story.
    Virtual Majors Fair, Available for All Students
    The Major and Career Exploration Center and the Student Government Association are excited to share the first Virtual Majors Fair. The “fair” experience is based on the Flipgrid platform and provides flexibility for viewing on your schedule.
    IUP, Four Programs Ranked in Top Universities, Programs in the Nation
    Indiana University of Pennsylvania is ranked in the top 27 colleges and universities in the commonwealth, and four IUP programs are ranked as top program in the nation by Intelligent.com.
    Cao Writes Paper, Creates App for COVID-19 Detection
    Yongtao Cao, a statistician in the Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences, has written a paper on monitoring the SARS-CoV-2 virus in wastewater, and has written an app to predict the number of COVID-19 cases for a provided SARS-CoV-2 concentration level in the wastewater.
    Green Dot Training: Open To All Students
    Join the IUP Haven Project and Alpha Xi Delta for an online training to learn all about the Green Dot Bystander Intervention Program. Learn how you can become an active voice, and step in when somebody needs it the most.
    S-COAM Scholars Discuss Careers at Alumni Panel
    Alumni who participated in the Scholarships-Creating Opportunities for Applying Mathematics (S-COAM) program at IUP will be meeting virtually with current IUP students to discuss their career paths.  The meeting will be held via Zoom on Wednesday, March 10, from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.
    Academic Tips from Fall 2020
    The Academic Success Center offers a weekly Academic Tip every Friday in IUP Now. Here is a list of tips from last semester for reference. Check out IUP Now on Fridays for new tips this semester. Good luck on this semester, and know that the Academic Success Center is available to help any student with their academic needs.
    There’s an App for That!
    Feeling like you have a lot going on? With today’s technology and constant communication, it is easy to become overwhelmed with which app to choose for your mental health. 
    IUP Selected for Gold Designation in Military Friendly Schools Ranking
    Victory Media has selected IUP for a Gold Designation in its 2021 Military Friendly Schools ranking. IUP is one of only 162 universities in the nation and one of only six in Pennsylvania selected for “Gold Award” status. IUP has been on the Military Friendly Schools list for seven years.
    Eberly Features Senior Wolfe
    Allison Wolfe is a double major in human resource management and general management in the Eberly College of Business and Information Technology.
    Town Hall Follow-up
    A recording and transcript of the February 25 town hall meeting now are available, including the Comprehensive Planning Process documents that were discussed.
    Personnel Changes in the Division of Academic Affairs
    Provost Timothy Moerland share some news about personnel changes in the Division of Academic Affairs.
    Waltman Creates New Video Game
    Communications Media faculty member Jeremy Waltman recently published Weatherworn to the Steam gaming platform. 
    NAACP Offers Community, Open Dialogue to Black and Brown Students
    Known for supporting the advancement of Black and Brown students, the NAACP also offers a sense of community and a place for open discussion. The organization is this week’s focus in the Find Your People series.
    Reminder: Register Spring 2021 and Summer 2021 Events Involving Minors
    The IUP Protection of Minors policy states that a program administrator must register events involving minors with the university, with limited exception. The event registry web page is available, and the registration process must begin at least 30 days before the day of the event.
    String Project Recognized by Center for Teaching Excellence
    The IUP String Project was recently recognized by the Center for Teaching Excellence for the experiential learning experiences that the program offers IUP students and the Indiana area community. Watch the video to see our music students in action teaching young string players in the community.
    Theater-by-the-Grove Offers Virtual Performances for Spring 2021
    IUP’s Theater-by-the-Grove will continue its 2020–21 season with four virtual presentations of Topher Payne’s 2013 play Perfect Arrangement on March 5, 7, 11, and 13, including a Sunday matinee. Tickets will be available for purchase for live-streaming only. 
    Art History Minor Invited to Present Research at SURC
    Art history minor Gwen Himes has been invited to present her paper, “Putti in the Baroque: The Wise Fools in the Age of Excess,” at the 2021 SUNY Undergraduate Research Conference (SURC).
    Huhn Moderates Panel on Advocating for Extended Study and World Language Teachers
    Christina Huhn, Department of Foreign Languages, served as moderator on February 23 for a panel titled “Advocating for Extended Study and WL Teachers in PA: Strengthening the Pipeline,” formed as part of a month-long effort in support of Advocacy Month during February 2021 by the Pennsylvania State Modern Language Association.
    Poole Publishes on Refugee Education
    Amanda Poole co-authored “Why Eritrean refugees choose risky migration to Europe” to address the question: Why do so many refugees engage in irregular onward movement despite grave risks and the presence of programs intended to stop them from migrating?
    Music Library Launches Request Service for Books, Scores, and Recordings
    Materials from the Orendorff Music Library are available for pickup or delivery to your home using the Get It Request feature.