Academic Forum Generator Maintenance - The emergency generator at the Academic Forum will be having maintenance work done on Wednesday, Dec. 22. The generator will be worked on all day and will require the building load to be on the generator while it operates. Thank you!
Kyle Mills, director, Facilities Maintenance
Thursday: "BBQ Chicken Melt" - Grilled chicken smothered with BBQ
and topped with your favorites.
So join us for lunch - and from all of us here in The Cub
Café, have a "Happy
You Missed It:
(Announcements and other information that have previously appeared in the Daily Brief.)
Your favorite radio station, KUR, finds it amusing that some college stations go dormant, air a CD player on repeat, or just go off-the-air during breaks. At KUR, the airwaves stay full of programming 24/7/365 right through the holidays, proudly serving the community with entertainment, information, and public service! This holiday/winter break shall be no different! In fact, tune in Christmas Eve and Christmas Day for 48 hours of non-stop programming holiday music and special student shows! More details on our website as we draw closer to the holidays! http://kur.kutztown.edu/
Commencement was held on Saturday morning for more than 600 graduates and 3,000 attendees. Here are two stories from the media and video coverage and photographs by University Relations:
Construction Update: There will be an electrical outage in Rickenbach Research and Learning Center starting at 6 -9 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 29 in support of the chiller replacement project. This outage will affect interior and exterior lighting systems only. All other utilities, phone systems and IT systems in the building will remain operational during the outage.
Patrick J Antonio Jr, project manager, Facilities Project Services
The office of Student Union & Involvement Services is holding its first
leadership conference, "LeaderSHIP: Uncovering Your
on Saturday, Feb. 12, 2011. We are asking KU faculty and professional
staff to please consider leading a session.
Main topics covered will be collaboration,
diversity, and finances/money management, directed at Greek leaders, emerging
leaders, and service leaders. We will finish the day with a dinner and keynote
address by local educator and leadership professional, Dr. Nathaniel Williams.
If you are interested in getting involved in this exciting opportunity, please
e-mail Jennifer Topp
firstname.lastname@example.org with your proposal by Jan. 24, 2011.
The KU copy center operator will be located at Kutztown Publishing until Dec. 22 and can be reached at 610-683-7341 ext. 218 during this time. Normal deliveries will still occur on campus. If there is a need to get a package or copy job to the copy center, please drop off at the mailroom in the Academic Forum.
As a service to the campus and community, Keystone Field house
will open for recreational play during the following time period: Dec.
20-24, noon - 6 p.m. The baskets will be available for use, but sports equipment
will not be issued.
Special hours of operation for the Student Recreation Center and Keystone Hall swimming pool beginning the week of finals:
December 20-23 - 6 a.m.-6 p.m. (Pool 8-9 a.m., 12-1 p.m.)
24 - Jan. 2 - CLOSED
- Jan. 14 -
6 a.m.-6 p.m. closed; Sat. & Sun. (Pool 8-9 a.m., 12-1 p.m.)
Jan. 15 - CLOSED
Jan. 16 - Regular semester hours resume
You can be a part of the solution… Help KU basketball and
KU athletics work to end hunger!
Attend the KU matchup against Philadelphia University on Thursday, Dec. 30 at 2 p.m. By bringing a canned good donation to Thursday’s game - you will become a part of the solution and receive free admission into the game.