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manly on the practical, "hands-on" experiences approximating the
"developmental process" currently in use in the American theater. The stu-
dent is guided from the initial concept through synopsis, outlines, working
drafts, and completion of an original one-act play and a "staged reading" of
this project.

I H I R 350 Directing 3c-01-3cr

Prerequisites: THTR 111. 240. or instructoi permission
An introduction to basic directing skills: casting, floor plans, blocking,
rehearsal procedures, and the applications of scene and character analysis.
Prepare short scenes for class presentation

THTR 481 Special Topics var-l-6cr

Prerequisite: As appropriate to course content
Offered on an experimental or temporary basis to explore topics not
included in the established curriculum. A given topic may be offered under
any special topic identity no more than three times. Special topics
numbered 4S1 are primarily for upper-level undergraduate students.

THTR 482 Independent Study var-l-6er

Prerequisite: Prior approval through advisor, faculty member,
department chairperson, dean, and Provost's Office
Independent study in theater may be either purely academic or may be a
practical production project, supported by a written document giving
evidence of significant scholarly investigation or original, creative effort.
May be repeated to a maximum of 6cr. Approval is based on academic
appropriateness and availability of resources

THTR 483 Honors Thesis var-l-6cr

Prerequisites: Admission to departmental honors program: prior
approval through advisor, faculty member, department chairperson,
dean, and Provost's Office

An intensive, focused studs involving independent research culminating in a
written thesis approved by a thesis director and two faculty readcis
committee members. May be taken more than once to a maximum of 6sh.

THTR 484 Directing Studio 3c-2l-3cr

Prerequisites: THTR 350 or instructor permission
An opportunity for students to direct scene work, one-act plays, or larger
projects, according to individual levels of experience, preparation, and
readiness. Practical application of principles of directing to specific
problems in directing Student projects performed in public, open-class
recitals. May be repeated.

THTR 486 Practicum in Production var-0-3cr

Prerequisite: Theater major standing or instructor permission
An opportunity with academic credit to make significant contributions to
campus productions augmenting theater coursework in the areas of

directing, acting, stage management, technical direction, design (sound, set.
lights, costumes, makeup), properties, scenic construction and scenic art
painting, costume technology, dance, and running crews Rcpeatable course
required of all theater majors for a minimum of six semesters, one of which
must be a final project for senior majors

THTR 487 Acting Studio 3c-2l-3cr

Prerequisites: Minimum of THTR 24(1 or instructor permission;
individual foci have additional prerequisites

An advanced studio course offering scene practice with faculty direction,
coaching, and criticism. Specific focus of scene work \anes from semester
to semester, including improvisation techniques, stage dialects, audition



techniques, ami acting for the camera as alternating semester option
be repeated with a different locus each tunc.

THTR 489 Technical Theater Problems 3c-ul-3cr

Open to all students desiring instruction in a variety ot technical theater
areas not presently covered in Othei courses. Topics to include sound

design, stage management, set props, media make-up. technical drawing
mixed media, ami scene painting. May be repeated.

I II TR 493 Internship var-3-l2cr

Prerequisite: Instructor permission

Opportunities for students to gam experience with professional pel I
mance organizations in areas related to theater and dance.

UV\VD: University vtidc ( ourses
Academic Affairs Division

l \ WD 480 T.H.I.S. Seminar 3c-0l-3cr

An academic seminar taken at the Pennsylvania State System ot Higher
Education University Center in llarrisburg in conjunction with the III IS
internship. Consists of public policy informat ion, decision making, and
budgeting and addresses question-and-answer sessions w ith leading state
government policymakers. See description under Academic Allans areas.
Restricted to the 1 II IS. internship participant See UVWD 493.

UVWD 493 T.H.I.S. Internship \ar-l2cr

A practical experience at the policymaking level ot the state government
that also requires a research project. Must ha\c a 3.0 GPA and submit a
sample of writing skills with the application to the Experiential Education
( iffice. Open to any HJP major. See description under Academic Affairs
areas. Concurrent seminar course required. See I \ \\ I) 480.

VOED: Vocational Education

Center for Career and Technical Personnel Preparation

College of Education and Educational Technology

VOED 010 Industrial Electrical Technology \ar-l-18cr

Prerequisite: Center department permission

Emphasizes comprehensive industrial electrical technology through train-
ing in specialty concentrations applied to design, development, and testing
of electrical circuits, devices, and systems for generating electricity and the
distribution and utilization of electrical power. Carries institutional credit
only.

VOED 100 Preparation of the Vocational Professional I var-l-l5cr
Personalized, self-paced vocational teacher preparation Develops,
demonstrates, and documents competence in selected pedagogical compe-
tencies. Individualized instruction is supplemented with monthly seminars

Self-evaluation is encouraged in the program, utilizing videotaping and the

feedback from a team Ol professional teacher educators

VOED 281 Special Topics \ar-l-3cr

Prerequisite: As appropriate to course content
( Ulcrcd on an experimental 01 temporary basis to explore topics not
included in the established curriculum A given topic may be offered under
an) special topic identity no more than three limes Special topics
numbered 2S1 arc offered primarily for lower-level undergraduate students

VOED 395 Vocational Education Writing Experience \ar-0cr

Writing assignments such as abstracts, logs of activities, philosophy papers.
training plans, presentation plans, lesson plans, etc . arc completed in
conjunction with selected instructional modules from \ Ol |) 100 and 4(KI

VOED 400 Preparation of the Vocational Professional II \ar-l-l5cr
Prerequisite: Successful completion ofVOl 1> 100
Personalized, self-paced vocational teacher preparation Develops, demon-
strates, and documents competence in selected teaching skills in the areas
of program planning, program development, program evaluation, and

managing and evaluating instruction in a vocational school setting Sclf-
evaluation is encouraged in the program, utilizing videotaping and the
feedback from a team of professional icachci educators



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Mini 401 Special Ibpia In Vocational lechnlcal

i'i epat itloa vai i I2ci

Prerequisite: t eniei permission

Provides students opportunities 10 develop additional technical skills m

areas related lo theii occupational competence undei professional supei

msi, mi topics arc determined through huIimiIu.iI counseling, through

priorit) needs identified bj advisor) committees, and through evaluation "i

technical competence b) centei teaching slafl

\(il li 402 Special lupus In Vocational Pedagogical

Preparation vai i ISci

Prerequisite: ( entei permission

Provides opportunities lo develop additional leaching skills undei profes

sional supervision Ibpics are determined through identification ol priorit)

areas 111 vocational education using national and state surveys and students'

individual needs

\(>H) 4>o liiliim.il Preparation ol the Vocational
Professional 24cr

i ompetenc) assessmenl ol occupational experience through national
standardized written and performance examinations

VOED481 Special [bplcs var-l-3cr

Prerequisite: \s appropriate lo course content
Offered on an experimental or temporal) basis to explore topics nol
included in the established curriculum. A given topic ma) be offered under
an) special topic identit) no more than three times. Special topics
numbered 481 are primarily for upper-level undergraduate students.

VOED 482 Independent Stud) var-l-3cr

Prerequisite: Prioi approval through advisor, facult) member,

department chairperson, dean, and Provost's Office

Students with interest in independent stud) ol a topic nol ottered in the

curriculum ma) propose a plan of Stud) 111 conjunction with a facult)

member Approval is based on academic appropriateness and availability of

resources

WMSI: \\ (inicn's Studies

W omen's Studies Program

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

WMSI 20(1 Introduction to Women's Studies 3c-01-3cr

I ocuscs on women as the\ are and as (he) have been as represented by the

work of writers and as presented in the theory and research of various
disciplines Historical and contemporary images of women are examined in
terms of their impact on our li\cs I he relationships of women to social
institutions such as education, religion, and health care are explored
Alternative theories explaining the roles and status of women are com-
pared Attempts to help us understand the choices and experiences women
face in their everyda) personal, work, and public lues

WMsl 2X1 special Topics var-l-3cr

Prerequisite: As appropriate to course content
Offered on an experimental or temporary basis to explore topics not
included in the established curriculum A given topic ma) be offered under
any special topic identity no more than three times Special topics
numbered 281 are offered primarily for lower-level undergraduate students.

WMSI 400 feminist 1 heor> 3c-0l-3cr

\ seminar focusing on modem feminist theory Explores feminist critiques
of traditional knowledge, methods, and theories and examines theoretical
debates within feminism with an emphasis on the shifting conceptualiza-
tions of gender, race, class, and sexual orientation Also considers the con-
tinuing development of distinctive feminist methodologies both inside and
outside the academy

WMSI 4X1 Special Ibpics \ar-l-3cr

Prerequisite: As appropriate to course content
Offered on an experimental or temporary basis to explore topics not
included in the established curriculum A given topic may be offered under
an) special topic identity no more than three times Special topics
numbered 4SI are primarily for upper-level undergraduate students




wmsi 4n: Independent Stud) %.u i l i

Prerequisite: Prioi approval thi icult) mcml

department chairperson, dean and

Students with interest in independent stu,K ol a topic not offered in the

curriculum m.w propose a plan ol stud) in conjunction with a facult)

membei Approval is based on academic appropriateness and availabilil) ol

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Directory



Vote: Ml [UP personnel and students can be found in the on-line director) at hltp: search.people.iup.edu



Division of Academic Affairs



Provost Liinl Vice President for Academic Affairs: Gerald \V. lutein. um
Ph.D.. Stevens Institute of Technology

iin iate if, e Pn tident foi I, ademit Administration: John N.
Kilmarx. Ph.D.. Binghamton University

Northpointe Regional Campus

Dean: Patricia D. Scott. Ph.D., Indiana University of Pennsylvania

hsishiiit lo the Dean: Richard J. Muth. M.A.. Indiana
University of Pennsylvania

Punvsutawney Regional Campus

Dean Valarie J. Trimarchi. D.Ed.. The Pennsylvania State
University

Issistant Dean oj Students: Theo G Turner, M.S.. Indiana
University of Pennsylvania

IIP Libraries

Interim Dean: Phillip J. Zorich. MA. University of Oregon
Assistant to the Interim Dean: Patricia A. Cornman. B.S..

Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Associate Dean: Vacant

Library Technology and Security Manage) I). Edward
Zimmerman. B.A.. Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Office of the Registrar

Interim Registrar Robert J. Simon. B.A., Indiana University of

Pennsylvania

Associate Registrar for Student Records: Jeannie Broskey, B.S..
University of Pittsburgh

Assistant Registrar: Susan M. Frycklund. B.A.. Indiana
University of Pennsylvania
Interim Associate Registrar for Registration. Scheduling, and
Technology Support: Jan A. Mellon. M.A.. Indiana
I [Diversity of Pennsylvania
Assistant Registrar: Mary B. Partridge. M.A.. University of
Arkansas

Associate Provost for Academic Programs and Planning: Innocent
Onwueme. Ph.D.. University of California

Office of Distance Learning and Continuing Education
Interim Director J. Richard McEerron. MB. A.. Indiana University
of Pennsylvania

School of Graduate Studies and Research

Dean. School of Graduate Studies and Research: Timothy P. Mack.
Ph.D.. The Pennsylvania State University
Dean's Associate: James S. Lenzc. Ph.D.. The Pennsylvania State

University
Assistant Dean lor Administration: Donna M. Griffith. M.A.,

Indiana Universitv of Pennsylvania
Assistant Dean for Research Michele Sanchez Schwietz, Ph.D..

University of Pittsburgh

I luilv College of Business and Information Technology
Dean: Robert C. Camp. Ph.D., University of Mississippi

Dean's Associate: Prashanth N. Bharadwaj. Ph D.. Rutgers The

State University of New Jersey New Brunsw ick Campus
Assistant Dean for Administration: Cynthia L. Strittmatter.

M.B.A.. Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Issistant Dean for Student ami Alumni Services Julie V
Moreland. M.Ed., Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Issistant Dean foi Tet hnolog) Rajendra K. Murthv. M.S.. Indiana
University of Pennsylvania

College of Education and Educational technology
Dc<m Mary Ann Rafoth. Ph.D., University of Georgia

l«n iate Dean for Teacher Education A. Keith Dils. Ed.D., West
Virginia University



date Dean for tcademit [/fairs Edward W. Nardi, D.I

Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Assistant Dean /or Information and Communications Technology

Lloyd Onyctt M S ( alifomia Slate University, Chico
Director oj Field Placement Assistant c Laurie N. Nicholson

I) I d., Indiana I Diversity of Pennsylvania

College of Fine Arts

Dean: Michael J. Hood, M.F.A., University of New Orleans
issistant Peon for Curriculum and Instruction: Michele \.

Norwood. M.A.. Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Director. Public Events Hank Knerr. M F.A., The Pennsylvania

State University
Technical Director: David A. Surtaskv H A . Indiana University of
Pennsylvania

College of Health and Human Services

Dean: Carleen C. Zoni. PhD. University of Pittsburgh

Issistant Dean for Administration: Dolores Brzycki. DA. The

Ohio State University
Director, Academic Planning and Assessment Jacqueline Beck.
D.Ed.. The Pennsylvania State Universitv

College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Dean: Yaw A. Asamoah. Ph.D.. Washington University

Associate Dean Alphonse N. Novels. Ph.D.. Universitv of

Pittsburgh
Assistant Dean for Technology: Benjamin K. Dadson. HA.

Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Dean's Associate Laura L. Delbrugge. Ph.D.. The Pennsylvania

State University

College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Interim Dean: Mary Lou Zanich. Ph.D. Universitv of Pittsburgh
Assistant Dean Aleksandra B. Kaniasty. M.A.. Adam Mickiewicz

University of Poznan
Dean's Associate: Daniel A. Burkett. Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon
University

Information Technology Services

Chief Inhumation Officer William S. Balint III. B.S., Indiana

University of Pennsylvania

Executive Director: Todd D. Cunningham. B.S.. Duquesne

University
Director. Information Technology Administration: J. Richard

McEerron. MB. A.. Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Coordinator. Applications Development Jeffrey K. Montgomery.

B.S.. Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Coordinator. User Services Amanda I.. Marshall. B.S.. Indiana

University of Pennsylvania
( oordinator, Instructional and Research Technologit s Daniel J.

Yuhas. B.S.. Indiana University oi Pennsylvania
Coordinator. Technical Services Paul M. Grieggs, B.B \ Si

Bonaventure I Diversity

Robert E. Cook Honors College

Director: Janet E. Goehcl. PhD . University ol Nebraska-Lincoln
Assistant Director. Kevin W. Berezansky, M A . Indiana

University of Pennsylvania
Issistant Diret tor: Vacant

Office of Internatiooal Education

Director Michele L. Petrucci. Ph.D.. Indiana I Diversity of

Peons) Kama

Assistant to the Director Pauline .1. Wells Geesey, H S., Indiana

i Diversity of Pennsylvania
Study Abroad Advisoi Jessica Halchak, M \ . West Virginia
University



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International Student Idvlsoi Jessica \ Dorics \i \ Indiana

I niversit) >>t Pennsylvania
J- 1 Student Idvlsoi Iran M. Uidenoo \i \ Indiana I nivei

ol Pennsylvania
Immigration < Daniel * Petrofl

Division of Administration and Finance



President fot Idministration and Finance Cornelius Woolen
rii I) . I lorida State 1 niversit)

i u iiiiirv Management

Interim Issociate I/.. President Mark k. Geletka P.I Ms
I Iniversity of Pittsburgh

Engineering and Construction Directot Raymond I. Wygonlk
P.I \i I'M t arnegie Mellon I niversit)
University trehiteel Parti J. Vndrltz R \ I ommonwealth ol

Pennsylvania
Project Uanaget Richard \. Manslow, P.l us ["he
Pennsylvania State University
. Manager/Contract Specialist Ruth M. Succheralll
Fat ilities Environmental Health and Safety

Industrial Hygienisi Frank V. Carrozza, H s Geneva c ollege
Facilities Operations Director .1. Douglas Miller, B s . ["he
Pennsylvania State l niversit)
Facilities' Administrator Michael H. Mann. B \ . Indiana

l niversit) "i Pennsylvania
Facilities Project Manager Ronald I. Succheralll

Human Resources

Issociatt Vict President Helen M. Kenned) M K., Saint Francis
l niversit)

Director Jud> A. Gallo. B S.. Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Employee Relations Director Diane L. Donahue. (VS.. Indiana

University ol Penns) Ivania
Faculty/Administrative Employment Manager Deborah J. Wardo
Classification and Organizational Development Manager

Kathleen Manion. M.B.A.. Southern Methodisl University
Benefits Manager Lindse) \. McNickle MA . I astern Illinois

I Diversity

Finance

Issociate Vice President Susanna C. Sink. U.S.. Indiana University of
Pennsylvania

Bursal Mar) I.. Moorhead. B.S.. Breyei State i Diversity
Financial Operations Director Richard P. White. C P A . M B A .
Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Financial Operations Assistant Director Brcnda K. Penrod.
B s . Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Payroll Services Diret tot Mar) K. Smelko. B.S.. Indiana
I Diversity of Pennsylvania
Financial Accountant Lora Lee Bertig. B.S.. Indiana

I Iniversity of Pennsylvania
Scnmr li i ountants

Randall \\. LeBlanc. U.S.. Oral Roberts University
Thomas M. loia. C P.A.. MBA. California University of
Pennsylvania
Grant ami Special Fund Accounting Director: Tammy I..
Hamilton. US.. Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Grant U coiinlanls

Robert C. Britcher. B.A.. University of Pittsburgh
Judith I.. Simpson. BS . Indiana University of

Penns) Kama
Joseph J. Zimmer. B.S., Indiana University of

Pennsylvania

\dministration

Interim Assistant Vice President Samuel II. Phillips. C.H.A.; B.S..
Indiana University of Pennsylvania

oj Hotel Development: Samuel H. Phillips ( II \ . B.S..
Indiana University of Pennsylvania



[uxiliary and Busim

University Printing and Postal ■ Fred I Oweui

H \ si I rant i I
/' /" Kathleen I I vanlto ' P P

Student Homing Development

Dlrectoi W. (nomas Borelthi K I \ Bsi \ rhe Pennsylvania
State I in -

Budget

Interim Budget Directot Robert I Deemer us Indiana! niversit)
ol Pennsylvania
Budget inaly w*

Mislic \. Blazavicfa t P.A.; B.S., Indiana I in

Penns) Kama
Barbara \. Kins lis. Indiana I inversus ol Pennsylvania
Senioi Idministralive Inalyst N. David Strong M.S., Indiana
University of Pennsylvania

Procurement Service* and ( entral stores

Director Robert L. Bowser, < P.M.; M \ . si Francis College

Special \ssistant

Special Assistant to the Vict President Robert 1.. Marx M \ Indiana
I Diversity of Pennsylvania
.s li: .hhk Cogeneration I niversit} Energy \4anag < harlea B.

Mlimus
All ./,/< k Cogeneration Plant Managet Mark \. Labanl M s
l Diversity of Pittsburgh

Public Safety and I niversit] Police
Director William P. Montgomery

Division of Student Affairs

Vice President for Student Affairs Rhonda II. I uclce) I d.l).. University
of Pittsburgh

Issociate Vice President for Enrollment Mangemeni James I. Began)

M s . Marshall University
Associate lice President for Student Development Dean oj Students

Icrrv Appolonia. MA. Indiana University ol Pennsylvania

Issistant than oj Students-Punxsutawney: Theo G Turner. M.S..
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Senior Systems Inalyst Patrick J. McDevitt. IIS. University of

Pittsburgh

Admissions

Director. Michael H. Husenits, Mid. University of Pittsburgh
Issociate Director Nicole L. C'arrera. B A . Marietta College
Issistant Direi ton

Klisa M. Goserud, M.Ed., Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Shawn T. Jones. M.S.. Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Lance M. Marshall. MBA.. Indiana University of
Pennsylvania

Megan \. Mc( ue M.Ed., Indiana I Diversity of Pennsylvania

William M. Sands. M.Ed., The Pennsylvania State University
Lori L. Roles. U.A.. Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Admissions ( ounst it irs

Lisa M. Baker. M \ . Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Shannon F. Gironda. BS. Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Sarah V Harvey, B \ . St Vincent College

Vdvising and Jesting C enter

Director Catherine M. Dugan. Did. Indiana University of
Pennsylvania
issistant Diret tor for Orientation Parent Program Amber V

\aleiitinc. VI A . Indiana Iniversity of Pennsylvania
Us ntani Director for Disability Support Services Todd \.
\anWieren. Ph I) . Virginia Commonwealth University

Miu.ni American Cultural Center

iate Dean of Students C'arolvn D. Princes. D.Ed . University of
Maryland



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Career Development Center

Director: Mark K.Anthony. MA.. Indiana University oi Pennsylvania
Associate Directt a Deborah Saunders Stanley. Mid I niversity

of Georgia
Interim Assistant Diret toi for Employer Relations and Development.
Malaika M. Turner. M.S.. Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Center for Student Life

Associate Demi at Students. Kathleen R. finder. M.S.. Miami

University

issistant Direi tor. < 'enter lor Student I ife Student Leadership and
(neck Life: Elizabeth E. Sarneso, M.A.. Indiana University of
Pennsylvania
issistant Director, Center Jar Student Lite Program Coordinator

Richard D. Kutz. M.Hd.. Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Assistant Director, Center for Student Life Student Engagement and
Student Conduct: Amber N. Valentine. MA., Indiana
University of Pennsylvania
Coordinator. Student Conduct: Theodore M. Cogar. M.Ed..
University of Maine

Center for Health and Well-Being

Interim Executive Director, < 'enter for Health and Well-Being: Malinda
M. Cowles. R.N.; C.H.E.S.; M.A.. Indiana University of
Pennsylvania
issociate Director. Center for Student Lite Health Education and
Advocacy: Malinda M. Cowles. R.N.; C.H.E.S.; M.A., Indiana
University of Pennsylvania
Assistant Director. ( 'enter for Student Life Alcohol. Tobacco, and Other

Dnigs: Ann E. Sesti. M.A.. Slippery Rock University
Issistant Director. Recreation and Fitness: Vacant

Counseling Center

Chairperson and Counseling Psychologist: Rita G. Drapkin. Ph.D.,

University of Pittsburgh (Sabbatical 2009-2010)
Interim Chairperson/Coordinator of Outreach and Counseling
Psychologist: Elizabeth A. Kincade. Ph.D.. The Pennsylvania
State University (Academic Year 2009-2010)
Coordinator of Training and Counseling Psychologist: Eric \\.

Rosenberger. Ph.D.. The Pennsylvania State University
Coordinator of Substance Abuse Treatment and Counseling

Psyeholologisl: David M. Myers. Ph.D., The Pennsylvania Slate
University
Counseling Psychologist: Kim Weiner. Ph.D.. University of

Pittsburgh
Counseling Psychologist: Katrina A. Simpson McCleary. Psy.D..

Indiana Universitj of Pennsylvania
Haven Pro/eel Coordinator: Christine M. Butler. MA., Indiana
University of Pennsylvania

Financial Aid

Director Patricia C. McCarthy. M.S.. LaRoche College

Administrative Associate Director. Financial Aid. Veteran ( \riitving
Officer: William M. Srsic. M.Ed., Edinboro State College



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