Study Abroad in England!


A study abroad opportunity is available for the Winter 2017-2018 semester!  This is open to all majors.  For details, attend one of the upcoming informational meetings.

When: Tuesday, April 4, at 5:00pm and Thursday, April 6, at 3:30pm

Where: Wilson Hall, Room 107

For details contact Dr. Glen Ishoy, Dept. of Criminology, Wilson 109,


Come to a Poetry reading on April 3, 2017 in HSS building room 112 from 4:30-5:15 pm- counts as a Fine Arts Event! 

Philip Terman’s books of poetry include The Torah Garden (2011), Rabbis of the Air (2007), Book of the Unbroken Days (2005) and The House of Sages (1998). More recent publications include a new and selected poems, Our Portion (Autumn House Press, 2015); a selected Arabic translation of his work, My Dear Friend Kafka (Ninwa Press, 2015); and a handsewn chapbook in collaboration with the artist James Stewart and the bookbinder Susan Frakes, Like a Bird Entering a Window and Leaving Through Another Window (2016). His poems have appeared in many journals and anthologies, including Poetry, the Georgia Review, the Kenyon Review, the Forward, The Autumn House Anthology of Contemporary Poetry, and Blood to Remember: American Poets on the Holocaust. 
Recipient of the Kenneth Patchen Award, the Sow’s Ear Chapbook Prize, and the Anna Davidson Rosenberg Award for Poetry on the Jewish Experience, he teaches creative writing and literature at Clarion University of Pennsylvania, where he directs the visiting writers’ program. Terman co-directs the Chautauqua Writers’ Festival and is contributing editor for poetry for the journal Chautauqua.

Student Leader Grant Opportunity!

Do you know any students who may have a passion for leadership development and want to make a change on campus? A student who may have an idea that can positively make an impact on the IUP Community?  Please help us spread the word by forwarding this opportunity to any student who may be interested!

The Division of Student Affairs and the Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement is proud to announce the 2017 Emerging Student Leader Grant Award. Through the Division of Student Affairs, funds are available for leadership projects created and actualized by emerging student leaders. These funds are intended to assist students in acquiring practical experience as a foundation for making positive change at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Although the grant provides a student with a personal learning experience, that student must focus efforts on gaining knowledge that can and will be re-transmitted for the betterment and edification of the broader IUP community.


  • Only currently enrolled IUP undergraduate students who are in good academic and student conduct (judicial) standing, whose graduation date is May 2018 or later, are eligible to apply for and utilize the emerging student leader grant award.
  • Student applicants are expected to specifically describe how the experience will benefit the University community and submit a detailed project plan for sharing information with others upon completion of their grant project.
  • Student applicants are encouraged to identify and meet in advance with an IUP Faculty or Staff mentor for the Emerging Student Leader Grant Award to discuss the grant application prior to submission.
  • The Emerging Student Leader Grant may not be used to aid in the funding of speakers or entertainment at IUP.
  • Only one grant is awarded per year.


The Emerging Student Leader Grant application is attached and can be found at:

Grant award application must be completed and submitted through the Grant Award Submission Form by 4:30pm on Friday, April 14, 2017.