Monthly Archives: June 2021

Tales of retaliation and retrenchment at IUP

An analysis By David Loomis INDIANA – Among a reported 15 percent of full-time instructors retrenched, retired or resigned at Indiana University of Pennsylvania since Halloween Eve are two attorneys on the business-school faculty. Until their layoffs earlier this month, Brion … Continue reading

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A ‘deafening silence’ on PA higher-ed funding

Last week, Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education officials held four public hearings on a controversial proposal to merge six of the system’s 14 campuses. The public comments were almost unanimously negative. One of the commenters on Thursday was Indiana … Continue reading

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RGGI represents Indiana County’s future

Indiana University of Pennsylvania climate scientist Jonathan P. Warnock, Ph.D., directed the following remarks to state lawmakers on Thursday during a conference call hosted by the Clean Power PA Coalition. The remarks have been adapted here for print. By Jonathan … Continue reading

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