SHP 2019 Now Hiring for Counselor Positions

SHP Summer Counselor Position Announcement

The Cook Honors College is looking for counselors to help run our Summer Honors Program (SHP). This year’s program runs from July 7-20, 2019.

We are planning to hire students with Federal Work Study (FWS), but do not want to discourage your interest if you are uncertain about your status.

Salary for the two weeks is $1100 plus 30 hours of community service.

Below you will find the counselor application and position description.

Summer Honors Program Counselor Position Description

SHP 2019 Counselor Application

The deadline for applications is March 8, 2019.

Cook Honors College Co-Curricular Workshops – Fall 2015

CHC first year students are required to attend a series of workshops for which they will receive credit for up to 30 hours of community service.  All students awarded a merit scholarship have a 60 hour requirement for service every year, with workshops accounting for up to half of this requirement for first year students.

This year we are offering two workshop sessions instead of one.  We believe this will lead to a much better student experience.  All students (who do not have a class) must attend the first session on Wednesday, August 26th at 11:15 am in the Great Hall.

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December Fine Arts Event with Dr. Berlin

Dr. Berlin will attend the two Menotti operettas: The Old Maid and the Thief and The Telephone on Sunday, December 4, in Waller Hall Mainstage at 2:00 p.m.
(tickets are $9 with I-Card and are available at the HUB ticket
office). Students attending this event should assemble by 1:30 p.m. in
front of Whitmyre or in the vestibule, depending on the weather.

Writing Center Announces New Online Editing Chat Sessions!

Emily Weber, Aleda Johnson, and Jenna Enright thought
it might be helpful to let freshman (and upper class students) know about the new online tutoring sessions being offered by the IUP Writing Center.  HC students very rarely
take advantage of the Writing Center, most likely because they are either too busy or embarrassed to seek help.  Online tutoring makes it very convenient and provides a safe and supportive context for this interaction – your home.  Now there are no excuses for not getting help writing your papers.  There is some lead time required for tutors to read and edit your paper before your online appointment, so check out the process at:

First Wednesday Freshman Workshop Tomorrow

The first of ten Wednesday Freshman Workshops will run from 11am to 12
pm in the Great Hall tomorrow. The rationale for this program is
simple, “What should you know in your first semester about CHC and IUP
to use college well over the next four years?”

Each workshop and the assignment that grows out of it will count for
3 service hours. Attending all sessions and assignments will equal 30
community service hours this semester, half of what is required.

Tomorrow’s session is an overview of the CHC Social Service program.
Though social service is required of all who receive a CHC or IUP
scholarship, it is essential for every student to commit to something
larger than themselves in college. This program will acquaint you with
all the resources to find sustained meaningful service at IUP and in the
Indiana community.

You can access the fall schedule for the workshops at

An overview of tomorrow’s session can be found at

I realize some of you will not be able to attend due to a science
lab, ROTC or a music practice. Please let me know if you cannot make it
tomorrow due to a permanent schedule conflict on Wednesdays and I’ll
schedule a meeting to discuss how to proceed.

Let me know if you have questions.


IUP’s 24th Annual Law School Fair

Thursday, October 21, 2010

11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

HUB Ohio Room

Not sure what law school you want to go to?  Want to find out more about what law school admissions officials are looking for in applicants?  Then you’ll want to make time to stop by IUP’s 24th Annual Law School Fair.  Admissions representatives from several law schools are coming to IUP to talk about their schools and to answer your questions.


Fall 2010 Homeland Security Speaker Series Presentation – October 21, 2010

Announcing the
first of a series of
Murtha Institute of Homeland Security
presentations. On Thursday, October 21, 2010, at 6:30 p.m. in the Alumni
Auditorium, Eberly College of Business and Technology, speaker Mr. Rick Whitman,
retired Federal Radiation Scientist, will present

“Radiation Risks in Homeland Security and Emergency Management: Setting the
Record Straight.”

The presentation is open to all faculty, staff, and
students and the community.  Attendance vouchers will be available and
refreshments will be served.

IUP Majors Fair

are pleased to announce that the annual IUP
(sponsored by the Advising and Testing Center/Major and
Career Exploration Center, 214 Pratt Hall and co-sponsored by the Career
Development Center) will be held on Thursday,
October 7, 2010 – from 6:30-8:30 pm in the Crimson Event Center (Folger Hall)
This is a “walk-in” event – you do
not have to arrive right at 6:30.  You can come as late as 8:00 pm and
still have time to ask questions of the representatives.

The Majors Fair is ideal for students wanting a “one stop” to
explore majors, double majors, minors, graduate school majors, etc. 
MOST of our undergraduate departments are represented at the Fair. 
Because our faculty/departments make such a tremendous effort to support
this “one stop” approach to allowing students to explore majors.

October is Disability Awareness Month at IUP

To advance our commitment to increase awareness and promote independence, integration and inclusion of all people with disabilities at our university, the Office of Social Equity is sponsoring a special program entitled, “Expanding the Mainstream” on Wednesday, October 13, 2010 from 2:00-4:00 p.m. in the HUB-Ohio Room.  Representatives from campus, as well as from local agencies, will be on hand to disseminate information about their departments and programs and to answer any questions about the services they provide.

The keynote presentation by David Carson will begin at 2:30.  Mr. Carson, a motivational speaker who himself has overcome a learning disability, will share his personal story with us.  He will review the skills and coping strategies it takes for young adults with learning disabilities to succeed in college.  Mr. Carson is the author of “The Survival Guide for College-Bound LD Students,” a book used by 24 colleges and universities across the country. 
Light refreshments will be provided.  This program is free and everyone is welcome!
If you have questions or would like additional information about the program, please contact Patti Krausslach at 724-357-3402 or email at

Events Planned for International Education Week, October 4-8

Activities in celebration of International
Education Week (IEW) will take place the week of October 4-8, 2010.
These activities are sponsored by IUP’s Office of International Education in collaboration with the Lively Arts Series.

All events are free unless otherwise noted and open to the public. Vouchers will be available for classes encouraged to attend events.

International Education Week is a joint national initiative of the
U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education.

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