Indiana University of Pennsylvania, a public, Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) University, is Pennsylvania's fifth largest university. Located in Indiana, the university is the temporary home to about 15,000 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students.
Dr. Ruth Shirey, a faculty member in IUP’s Department of Geography & Regional Planning from 1970 to 2007, was someone who cared a great deal about the Indiana community and Indiana University of Pennsylvania [Read More]
Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Colloquium Committee will offer a program on water quality issues in southwestern Pennsylvania as the second in the “Science Inspires” series. [Read More]
Recognized as one of the greatest artists of the 20th century, Martha Graham created a pioneering dance movement based on the expressive capacity of the human body. Continuing to advance that vision since 2005 is the company’s artistic director, Janet Eilber. [Read More]
The Mu Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa, an international sorority for women educators, is offering one $750 scholarship award to a girl who will graduate from Indiana Area, Homer-Center, Purchase Line, Blairsville or Saltsburg high school. [Read More]
The Center for Community Growth will launch its 2015 Film Series with an engaging documentary and keynote speaker Friday night. “Ivory Tower” explores the increasing cost of higher education and burgeoning student loan debt. [Read More]
Friday was undoubtedly a sad day, not just for those of us who knew and loved Ruth Shirey, but also for the entire community who lost a pillar and a person who made things better just by being who she was. [Read More]
Spring 2015 Career Fair
The IUP Spring 2015 Career Fair provides an opportunity for students to explore jobs and internship opportunities in criminology, summer employment, government, and public service.
IUP (22-5, 16-5 PSAC West) plays its regular-season finale this evening against Clarion (10-15, 7-14). The Crimson Hawks will recognize four seniors — Devante Chance, Jeremy Jeffers, Shawn Dyer and Alec Boyer — that have helped sustain that level of success. [Read More]