IUP’s Department of Geography and Regional Planning has beenrecognized in the Smart Growth Collegiate Partnership category for Educationand Engagement Excellence.
The September 2010 issue of CHSS Reflections is now available.
A professor of English, Dr. David Downing is known for his work on important topical issues such as academic freedom, intellectual property, affirmative action, the privatization of public higher education, the history of criticism and theory, critical pedagogy, integrating the liberal arts and professional education, the academic labor movement, and the role of the humanities.
In this issue: “Political Science Professor Takes Post at National Defense University,” “Spanish Education Program Receives Consecutive National Recognition,” and “Journalism Professor to be Deployed to Afghanistan in April.”
Aribbon-cutting event to open Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s new$30-million academic building, which will house seven departments in theCollege of Humanities and Social Sciences, will be held onFriday, January 22, 2016, at 2:30 p.m.
The CHSS Newsletter for November 2009 is now available. This issue features Dr. Linda Norris’s being named the Pennsylvania Teacher Educator of the Year and honors received by Kevin Lyons and Dr. John Benhart.
Dr. Irwin Marcus, faculty emeritus in the Department of History, has been honored by the establishmentof the Irwin M. Marcus Public History Room in the new College of Humanities andSocial Sciences building.
The new CHSS Reflections newsletter for 2009–2010 is available. This issue includes information about Dr. Gian Pagnucci’s being named 2009–2010 University Professor.
Yom HaShoah begins on the night of Wednesday, April 15, and ends at dusk on Thursday, April 16. The Planning Committee has put together four activities for this year’s commemoration. All events are free and open to the public.
The April 2009 College of Humanities and Social Sciences Newsletter is now available.