The Litton String Quartet, Indiana
University of Pennsylvania’s new quartet-in-residence through the Department of Music,
will present its premiere concert on Sunday, September 12, 2010, at 3:00 p.m.
The concert, the first offering in this season’s Sound Choices
series, will be performed in Gorell Recital Hall,
located on the second floor of IUP’s John Sutton Hall.
The quartet consists of IUP faculty
members Stanley Chepaitis, violin, and Linda Jennings, cello. They are joined
by Swana Chepaitis, violin, and Donna Lorenza, viola. The quartet is named in
honor of Robin Litton, an IUP alumnus who created an endowment to help fund the
September 21, 2010
1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Pratt Hall, Room 305
Get to know us under the big top. Join
us for interview tips, free food, and prizes. See you at the circus!
For more information, visit Career Development Center Open House “Under the Big Top”.
Have you ever wondered what exactly the
Career Development Center
does for students and alumni?
How do we teach students, by providing
coaching and support, to become active participants in their own continuing
Join us “Under the Big Top” at the
Career Development Center Open House on Tuesday, September 21, 2010, from 1:00
to 4:00 p.m., and learn interview tips, how to “dress for success,” and more!
Prizes will be awarded, and free
refreshments will be available.
See you there!
The IUP Martial Arts Club will have a general membership and orientation
meeting next Wednesday, September 8th at 6:30 p.m. in Zink Hall (exact room
will be posted in the lobby).
The club welcomes martial artists of all
types: Tae Kwon Do, Karate, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (grappling), Traditional
(Japanese) Jiu-Jitsu, Capoeira, Kung-Fu, etc. to stay in shape, sharpen
self-defense skills, or to participate in our competition team, whatever your
goal might be. Workouts will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays in the
early evening. You can find additional information on our Facebook page:
IUP Martial Arts group. We will address all questions at the
Jose’ E. Rivera, club advisor
Jose’ E. Rivera, M.S.Ed., ATC.
Athletic Training Education Curriculum Coordinator
Dept. of Health and Physical Education
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
228 Zink Hall, 1190 Maple Street
Indiana, Pennsylvania 15705
Social service hours are awarded
for your participation in these activities.
The Honors College is looking for students who want to share their Honors
College story, college search tips and spread the word about the Honors
College. Three opportunities exist for your involvement:
Do you like working with people, but also have the ability to be mindful to
details in working with databases and projects? Want to share your Honors
College experience with prospective students and their families? Looking
for a job and have a federal work study award? Talk with Heather about opportunities to work with the student staff at the Honors College!
by phone at (724) 357-7539 or by stopping by the Whitmyre basement
office. Upperclass student staff is preferred, as they have experienced
the Honors College to share that with prospective students, and a FWS award is required.
All freshman and sophomores interested in a free year abroad to learn one of the languages valued by the U.S.
State Dept (such as Chinese, Arabic, Urdu, Turkish), please
take a look at this website www.borenawards.org and consider signing up
for the Sept 13 webinar.
There is an informational webinar about the Boren Awards coming in
September. Students are invited to learn more about this opportunity:
Boren Scholarships Webinar – Monday, September 13,
Registration information is here: http://www.borenawards.org/webinars.html