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  • Punxsutawney Chamber of Commerce Continues IUP Student Internship Program
    Jared Klepadlo, a junior management information systems major in the Cook Honors College, is working as an intern at the Punxsutawney Chamber of Commerce this summer. He says that he’s “completely enjoying” the experience, his supervisor’s enthusiasm and knowledge, the western Pennsylvania setting, and especially the people he’s meeting through the work.
    IUP Interns Make Their Mark on the World
    IUP is committed to hands-on opportunities through internships—at Tesla, Big Four accounting firms, marketing agencies, and more. Here, interns discuss their roles at their companies and how IUP helped prepare them.
    IUP Libraries Hosts Ed Colker Exhibit
    The IUP Libraries invites you to view a special exhibition being held in the Libraries now through December 15 titled, “Print Matters: Selected Works from the Ed Colker Collection,” featuring limited-edition folios and hand-pressed lithographs created by printmaker and artist Ed Colker and the Haybarn Press.
    Department of Music Alumni Participate in “Hair”
    Department of Music alumni, students, and a professor were included in three performances of Hair in July 2021, presented at the Smail Amphitheater by Stage Right! School for the Performing Arts and Professional Theatre Company.
    Luetkehans Selected for Interim Provost Role
    Lara Luetkehans, dean of Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s College of Education and Communications, has been selected by IUP President Michael Driscoll to serve in the role of interim provost and vice president for Academic Affairs upon the retirement of Provost Timothy Moerland.
    Digital Textbook Grant to Make Anthropology Course More Affordable
    The faculty of the Anthropology Department were awarded a PA GOAL OER Development grant to assist in efforts to create a free digital textbook for introductory anthropology courses.
    Hill and Family Pet Find Common Communication
    Annah Hill, associate professor of Deaf Education in the Department of Communication Disorders, Special Education, and Disability Services, has found common communication with their faithful family companion, Flynn.
    Creating New Hands-On Experiences in Speech-Language Pathology
    While speech-language pathology programs typically focus on working with school children, IUP's program blends this focus with hands-on training for the healthcare side of the profession, thanks to a new lab.
    Summer of Field Schools
    Anthropology is something you do, not just something you study. This summer, IUP Anthropology is offering three field schools so students can learn to get out and do anthropology.
    Newest Issue of Student Affairs Digest Now Available
    In this issue, we recognize our amazing student scholar-athletes, welcome new members to the women’s basketball coaching staff, and provide you with valuable information to share with students about goings-on within the Division as we prepare for the fall. 
    Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs to Retire August 20
    Timothy S. Moerland, who has served as provost and vice president for academic affairs at Indiana University of Pennsylvania since January 2013, has announced his retirement from IUP, effective August 20.
    Lowery Recognized with Outstanding Contribution to Literature/Research Award
    John Wesley Lowery, professor of Student Affairs in Higher Education, received the Outstanding Contribution to Literature/Research Award by  NASPA: Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, Region II on June 9, 2021.
    Register for Fall 2021 and Be Considered for Full Tuition or $2,000 Scholarship
    Any undergraduate student who registers for 12 or more credits or a graduate student who registers for six or more credits by July 30 for the fall 2021 semester will be entered into a random drawing for one of two full-tuition fall 2021 semester scholarships, or one of 10 $2,000 scholarships.
    WWII Crash Site in Germany Is Field School’s Focus
    Nine undergraduate and two graduate students from IUP’s Anthropology Department are excavating the site of a WWII plane crash in Germany through an IUP field school. The project is part of a continuing US effort to account for missing military personnel from the nation’s past conflicts.
    Wong Doe Performs Beethoven in New Zealand
    IUP Department of Music piano professor, Henry Wong Doe, performed with the Manukau Symphony Orchestra in Auckland, New Zealand on July 3rd, 2021. Wong Doe performed Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor, Op, 37 by Ludwig van Beethoven,
    Nice Receives Emerging Leaders Award
    The College of Education and Communications and the Department of Counseling congratulate Matt Nice, assistant professor, for receiving the Emerging Leaders Program Award from the Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling.
    Fall 2021 Move-in Information
    To prepare for fall 2021 move-in, for both new and returning students, here is information about your move-in date and how to sign up for a move-in time. 
    IUP Selected as a “Best For Vets” University by Military Times
    In June, IUP was selected for Military Times’ “Best for Vets: Colleges” rankings and is in the top 16 schools in the Mid-Atlantic region listing, which editors call “the largest and most comprehensive rankings of schools for military service members and veterans, helping them make important decisions about their education.”
    The Story behind “The IUP Story”
    Professor emeritus Charles Cashdollar’s “The IUP Story” will be published later this summer. In his more than 10 years of research and writing, Cashdollar found two predominant themes throughout IUP’s history: “consistent commitment to excellence” and “persistence in overcoming obstacles.”