Religious Studies Learning Experience!
Students will have one week of class here then one week on the island working with Native teachers and Grad students from York University and then a final week on the island working with Native teachers. There is normally a prerequisite RLST/ANTH 365 but Dr. Smith can make exceptions for talented students.
The EGO conference on Saturday 2/24 from 9:30-4:30 can be used as a Fine Arts Event!
Undergraduates get in free.
There is an open mic night next Thursday, March 1, from (roughly) 6:00-8:00 PM in the HUB Susquehanna Room, in order to raise awareness for eating disorders. They are teaming up with Delta Phi Epsilon and the Center for Health and Well-Being to put on this program as a part of ANAD Week, a week-long event to raise awareness for eating disorders. Anybody is welcome to come play music, read poetry, or share personal stories. They will also have an option to donate to this cause (oh, and there will be Insomnia Cookies!).
This is a friendly reminder that Haven Project is hosting an ‘Escalation Workshop’ tonight, Wednesday, February 21st beginning at 5:00pm to 7:00pm in the Humanities and Social Science building, Room 217.
Attendance vouchers will be made available to attendees.
Come to the Escalation Workshop to view the short film, “Escalation,” which has been repeatedly described as “eye opening” and “deeply recognizable” to learn the warning signs of an unhealthy and potentially dangerous relationship and what you can do about it.
One Love Foundation was created by Sharon Love, in memory of her daughter, Yeardley Love, a University of Virginia senior who died on May 3, 2010 as a result of relationship violence.
Josh Widdowson from Renda is looking for 2-3 student volunteers on Friday night at the Eagles to help work the Trivia Night registration from around 6 to 8. It benefits the Teddy Bear Fund drive. If interested, contact Michelle Fryling at email@example.com.
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On February 22nd the State System of Higher Education will be holding a rally in the Capitol Building in Harrisburg. This rally is designed to highlight the importance of funding higher education and will be aligned with state level budget deliberations on the matter. In order to show support, students have been asked to attend the rally. So, on Feb. 22nd there will be a bus available for students interested in going to the rally.
The details of the trip include: Bus departs from KCAC @ 7:45 AM
Bus leaves Harrisburg @ 2:00 PM
*Note that lunch will be provided
To sign up for the trip you can copy and paste the link below
If you attend the bus trip it is recommended that you notify your professors of your absence. In addition, verification of absence will be provided to all who attend.
This is a great opportunity to become involved on campus and to visit the Capitol.
IUP Spring Career Fair on Wednesday, February 28, 2018 in the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex.
Volunteers are needed anywhere from 8:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m., and they’ve had students work for one hour up to three or four – whatever fits their schedule. Volunteers help place employer information flyers on the booths, help employers unload their supplies from their cars, escort employers from the registration table to their booth, in some cases park their cars, etc. Business casual/neat & clean attire is preferred.
Assisting at these types of events is an excellent opportunity for students to interact with employers and educators, and perhaps have the opportunity to tell them about IUP and the Honors program.
Please contact Jan Shellenbarger at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in helping with this event.
Attend the Spring Career Fair on Wednesday, February 28, 2018! The event runs from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex and currently includes 88 employers registered to attend. Business attire or business casual is encouraged, although not required, but they ask that attendees be clean and neat. Students can have their resumes reviewed during their Drop-In Resume Reviews/Quick Question sessions held every Tuesday and Wednesday from 4-6:30 p.m. in Pratt 302, no appointment needed.
Attendance vouchers are available.
Prior to the career fair, students are encouraged to attend the Six O’Clock Series Business Attire Fashion Show on Monday, February 12, 2018 in the HUB Ohio Room, and to join them on Sunday, February 18, 2018 for the IUP JCPenney Suit-Up Event at the Indiana Mall from 5-9 p.m., with a bus shuttle leaving every 15 minutes from the front of the Eberly College of Business and Information Technology.