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.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania journalism graduate Paula Reed Ward, a reporter for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, will discuss her book, “Death by Cyanide: The Murder of Autumn Klein,” on Oct. 14 in the IUP Humanities and Social Sciences Building. [Read More]
Delaney Automotive Group will be honored with the Distinguished Family Business Award by the Indiana University of Pennsylvania Center for Family Business at the annual awards ceremony on Monday. [Read More]
HARRISBURG — Nicole Fidler, of Orwigsburg, is working in the office of Speaker of the House Mike Turzai, R-Allegheny, as part of a 15-week internship sponsored by Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education. [Read More]
HARRISBURG (AP) — The union representing faculty and coaches at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and 13 other state universities said its members will strike by the end of October if a new contract settlement is not reached. [Read More]
The Carol Teti Memorial Organ Scholarship Committee will present its sixth Choral and Hymn Festival at 3 p.m. on Sunday at Calvary Presbyterian Church, Seventh and Church streets, in Indiana. Pre-concert music will begin at 2:40. [Read More]
HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education has asked the state’s labor board to appoint a fact-finder to help in negotiations with a union representing faculty at 14 state universities, but the union contends the move is a delaying tactic. [Read More]
The University Museum at Indiana University of Pennsylvania will host its annual gala on Oct. 14 in John Sutton Hall. The theme for this 40th anniversary event is a “Celebration in Black and White.” [Read More]
Faculty members at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and 13 other state-owned universities have voted overwhelmingly to allow their union to call a strike, if necessary, following two years of unsuccessful contract negotiations. But talks are continuing. [Read More]
It's a Wonderful Life Festival Kick-off
Beginning with the parade, hosted by the Lucy Donnelly Memorial Foundation, on November 18, 2016, the kick-off weekend to the It's a Wonderful Life Festival will include a visit from Santa on Saturday...
Spirits on the Hoodlebug
Join us as we celebrate the Hoodlebug Trail and the great local libations along the path. A shuttle bus will be provided to take you to Noble Stein Brewing Company & return you to Levity Brewing Co.
Cream Puffs for a Cure
Each year G.C. Wyant Fine Jewelry donates a $13,000 ring to be raffled tax free for the Love of Life Campaign, a non-profit organizaiton that raises money for breast cancer support and technologies.
Saturday marks the third week in a row that the IUP Crimson Hawks will play away from home. The first two games weren’t that difficult, but coach Curt Cignetti believes the next game will be by far the toughest of the bunch. [Read More]
IUP improved to 5-2 overall and 4-2 in the conference by blanking visiting Lock Haven, 3-0, in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference women’s soccer match on Wednesday at the South Campus Field. [Read More]