U.S. ConstitutionThe Sandusky CaseHow to Rock a Career FairInside Out Faith50th Commemoration of the Cuban Missile CrisisCultural Adjustment through Study Abroad ExperiencesInclusive DiversityBroadening Your Horizons Through Service and Study AbroadHonoring Veteran's DayHoliday Light
Civil Rights & Hip Hop GenerationsIn Sisterhood: The Women's Movement in PGHLeaving Your LegacySocial Media: What it does 4 ur careerScience Or Religion: Must We Choose?The Young Atheist's Survival GuideCarbon Democracy: Political Power in the Age of OilEvaluating and Comparing First Time Job OffersMaking Your Summer Work for YouAn Inaugural Celebration
True Life: Dress for the FutureJust What Did They Originally Intend? A Casual Conversation with the Framers of the U.S. ConstitutionCensorship vs. Freedom of Information“My Friend Has a Problem...How Can I Help?”The Story of Matthew ShepardMen’s Friendships: No Man Can Make The Journey AloneCultural Adjustment through Study Abroad ExperiencesInclusive Diversity: Presented by Veronica VillalobosRED TalksHonoring Veterans' DayUnderrepresented but NOT Underqualified
Be a Leader, Not a Follower: Harnessing the Power of Social MediaHe Has a Name: Trayvon Martin and the Fight to End Criminalization and Profiling of Black YouthTraveling While Black: My Experiences as an African-American Woman Researching in ChinaThe Impact of SuicideThe Mindful Way to Study: Dancing with Your BooksShaving the YakMoshe Baran: His Story of Struggle, Resistance, and Survival During the HolocaustCareers in Sports Administration: The Right Fit For You?3801 Lancaster: The Kermit Gosnell StorySpeed FaithingLive Intentionally, Presented by Molly Shattuck
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This guide provides resources to accompany IUP's 6 O'Clock Series. "The Six O’Clock Series provides IUP students, employees, and community members an opportunity to learn about current issues and approach familiar topics from a new perspective."
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The Six O’Clock Series provides IUP students, employees, and community members an opportunity to learn about current issues and approach familiar topics from a new perspective.

The library supports the series by providing resources for further exploration of the topics and/or research. To see a collection of resources corresponding to individual sessions, select a session from the drop-down menu above.

For more information on the series, click here!

      
     

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