Green Dot is a comprehensive bystander intervention philosophy that is so powerful it will change the way you think about violence prevention. If you are passionate about creating a culture change on campus, then you really should consider attending this immersive two day training.
Spots will fill up fast for this. So please RSVP as soon as possible at
Priority scheduling is set for March 27-29, 2017.
Honors College students are among those with priority registration privileges and should receive a scheduling time for the 27st – 29th of March. If you do not receive a scheduling time on one of these days, contact Kevin Berezansky at email@example.com.
CHC students should schedule a meeting with their advisor before March 6th (Spring Break Week) to discuss plans for the fall semester and receive a registration PIN. Don’t wait until the week before March registration. Faculty time is limited to office hours and scheduling is crunch time for them. If you have questions about your honors college requirements you can schedule an appointment with Kevin Berezansky before meeting with your adviser. Please print a copy of the Honors College Curriculum to share with your adviser and explain how the CHC curriculum meets your liberal studies requirements. Hard copies will also be available on the table outside Dr. Finegan’s office.
EARN 3 CREDITS AND STILL BE HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
DANC 281 Somatics & Dance, Winter Immersion
December 18 – 23, 2016.
BEGIN THE WINTER SEASON WITH A HEALTHY START!
JOIN US FOR SOMATICS AND DANCE WINTER IMMERSION AT THE HIMALAYAN INSTITUE HONESDALE, PA
DEC. 18 – 23
Open to all students interested in moving towards health. Experience this Game – changer for yourself!
DANC 281 001 OPEN 3.00 Somatics & Dance Winter Immersion. December 18 – 23, 2016. Instructor: Joan E. Van Dyke Indiana University of Pennsylvania An exploration of movement, emphasizing internal perception including traditional and contemporary techniques based in Conditioning, Psychotherapy, and Spiritual Movement as they apply to dance and health. Pilates Based Exercise, Yoga, Contact Improvisation, Alexander Technique, and Body Work methods will be investigated with emphasis placed on safe practices. Students will have an opportunity to give-back through service based community events. This course is open to dancers, actors, athletes, musicians and non-dancers of all levels.
Additional Room and Board Costs: $425.00 per/person for six days, which includes a double shared room, three vegetarian meals per day, yoga and meditation classes, and facilities usage.
CALL JOAN AT 724-357 -5528, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Posted on 11/3/2015 8:33:41 AM
With the holidays right around the corner, the goal of the Angels’ Wings campaign is to provide gifts for more than 2,000 children, elderly, and physically/mentally challenged people in the Indiana area. Volunteers are needed the week before Thanksgiving break, November 16–19, 2015, to assist with tabling to distribute tags. Volunteers are also needed the week after break, November 30 to December 2, for gift collection. Volunteers will be needed from 10:30–6:00 each day.
If you are able to help out for any amount of time, please contact Brooke Stanford at RFDV@iup.edu or the Office of Service Learning at email@example.com specifying what day(s) and times you can commit to. Or, just stop by our office in 302 Pratt Hall for more information.
Link to apply online: http://fundforequality.org/fundjobs2.html
Morgan Chase here, 2014 grad. I was just reaching out because since graduating from IUP I’ve been working with a non-profit called the Fund for Equality. The Fund partners with the Human Rights Campaign to win hard-fought campaigns to protect LGBTQ equality.
This fall/winter/summer, Fund for Equality is tackling some big issues, and we’re looking for people ready to make real change happen. As far as HC questioning goes we’re more on the “Therefore what should we do?” side of things.
Applications are now being accepted for the student seat on the IUP Council of Trustees.
Application/nomination forms are available in the Office of the President, 201 Sutton Hall, and online: Student Trustee Application/Nomination Form.
Completed applications must be submitted to the Office of the President, 201 Sutton Hall, by 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 8, 2016.
To be eligible, a candidate must currently be (in fall 2016) at least a first-semester sophomore with an expected graduation date not earlier than May 2019.
The successful applicant must be in good academic and student conduct standing and must have leadership experience and strong communication skills.
The McNair Scholars Program is designed to prepare undergraduate students for doctoral studies through involvement in research and other scholarly activities.
The 2016–17 McNair Scholars Application deadline is December 2, 2016.
How to Apply
The McNair Scholars Program is a federal TRIO program funded at 150 institutions a cross the United States and Puerto Rico by the U.S. Department of Education.
McNair participants are either first-generation college students with financial need, or members of a group that is traditionally underrepresented in graduate education and have demonstrated strong academic potential. The goal of the McNair Scholars Program is to increase graduate degree awards for students from underrepresented segments of society.
This is the first year for a fantastic opportunity for CHC students ONLY! Christian Minich, a graduate of CHC in 2012 is offering the below data analyst co-op opportunity. It is available to all majors regardless of previous experience with databases or technical proficiency. Christian wants thinkers who love to solve problems first and foremost. He can teach you the technology you’ll be using to solve problems as part of a team. I can’t over emphasize how cool this is and how much it will alter your professional trajectory should you do this experience. Please review the job and email me if you have any interest in applying.
Position: Clinical Data Analyst – Co-op
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia has been the birthplace of many dramatic firsts in pediatric medicine. As the nation’s first hospital devoted exclusively to caring for children, CHOP has fostered medical discoveries and innovations that have improved pediatric healthcare and saved the lives of countless children. Today, that same spirit of care and innovation continues. That’s why US News and World Report named CHOP in a first place tie on its Honor Roll of Best Children’s Hospitals for 2011-2012.
Clinical Data and Analytics team provides that information that CHOP needs to improve the lives of patients. We are responsible for empowering users with data across the institution, providing a unique blend of clinical, technical, and analytical expertise. We believe that analytics and data can improve outcomes, optimize processes, and reduce costs. We hire smart, curious people who can bring together clinical, operational, and financial data and deliver insights.
What you’ll do
- Independently manage projects from beginning to end
- Create new data sets and build reporting/analytical solutions
- Analyze healthcare data for key insights and deliver a summary of findings
We’re looking for people who
- Can learn new techniques quickly
- Are able to synthesize a complex problem
- Are curious and pursue many interests
- Are enthusiastic about change
- Are motivated by mission
- Communicate clearly
- Are a team players
- Have, or want to have, knowledge of at least one programming language (optional)
- Have, or want to have, a basic grasp of statistical concepts (optional)
Co-Op Start Date – Mid January through June (6 months)