Good morning to Dr. Mathias Le Bossé, co-author of
"The Europeans: A Geography of People, Culture
and Environment." See more below.
The Daily Brief
Laurent Odde, assistant professor, Fine Arts
Toyia S. Reed, Office of
Resume Workshop - Please encourage your student to attend a resume workshop facilitated by the Career Center, on Thursday, Apr. 14. This will be held in room 104 of the Multicultural Center at 11 a.m. All are welcome. Don’t let time slip away this semester with no resume. For more information please call x3-4807.
Jeann Cengeri, office manager, Multicultural Services
The Learning Technologies Center workshops in RL 3, Rohrbach Library:
D2L Schedule and Checklist Tools on Tuesday, Apr. 12, 11 a.m. to Noon or Thursday, Apr. 21, 2 - 3 p.m. D2L incorporates several useful tools that help your students stay on task with assigned course work. Attend this workshop to learn how to incorporate the Schedule and Checklist tools in your D2L course.
Dreamweaver CS5 on Tuesday, Apr. 26, 10 - 11 a.m. or Friday, Apr. 29, 10 - 11 a.m. - Dreamweaver CS5 is Adobe’s web development tool. Attend this “Basics” workshop to learn how to create a faculty webpage using Dreamweaver. Follow-on workshops over the summer will also be offered that cover more advanced Dreamweaver functionality.
To register for either one of these two workshops, please contact Eleanor (El) Ambrose, Dept. of Learning Technologies Secretary, at x3-4900 or email El at email@example.com. One-on-one training can also be arranged by contacting Will Jefferson, Learning Technologies Center Coordinator, at x3-4757 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our website to learn about other upcoming workshops and events at www.kutztown.edu/academics/lt.
Monday, April 11
Home Athletic Schedule
Today - Women’s lacrosse vs. Chestnut Hill College, 4 p.m., Keystone Field
Baseball vs. Mansfield (DH), 1 p.m., North Campus Field
Women’s Lacrosse vs. Chestnut Hill, 4 p.m.
Baseball vs. Washington Adventist (DH), 1 p.m., North Campus Field
M&W Tennis vs. Bloomsburg, 3 p.m., Keystone Tennis Courts
Baseball vs. Wilmington University, 3 p.m., North Campus Field
M&W Track and Field, Mondschein Multi-Invitational, 3 p.m.
Friday, April 15
M&W Track and Field, Mondschein Multi-Invitational, 3 p.m.
Softball vs. West Chester (DH), 1 p.m., North Campus Field
Football Spring Game, 1 p.m., University Field
Field Hockey Alumni Game, 9 a.m., University Field
Women’s Volleyball Spring Match, 1 p.m., Keystone Arena
Monday, April 11
Monday, April 11
Pork and sauerkraut, macaroni
and Swiss cheese, whipped potatoes, stewed tomatoes and stir fried vegetables.
Soups of the day are beef vegetable and cream of mushroom.
Tuesday: Turkey pot pie, vegetable lasagna, whipped red skin potatoes, carrots vichy and broccoli. Soups of the day are minestrone and vegetable barley.
Wednesday: Roast beef with gravy, Creole vegetables and rice, potato filling, corn and peas, mushrooms and red peppers. Soups of the day are chicken noodle and vegetable chowder.
Thursday: Chicken parmesan, spinach quiche, spaghetti, herbed vegetables and cauliflower. Soups of the day are navy bean and potato chowder.
Friday: Baked haddock, Mediterranean wheat pasta, cheesy mashed potatoes, baby corn and bok choy and oriental broccoli. Soups of the day are New England clam chowder and cream of tomato.
Pork and sauerkraut, macaroni and Swiss cheese, whipped potatoes, stewed tomatoes and stir fried vegetables. Soups of the day are beef vegetable and cream of mushroom.
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(Announcements and other information that have previously appeared in the Daily Brief.)
The Department of Criminal Justice cordially invites the KU
Community to a reception in honor of Dr. Marc Renzema and Dr. Deborah
Sieger who are retiring at the end of the spring 2011 semester - after a
combined total of sixty-one years—from 4-6 p.m. on Apr. 12 in MSU 250 .
National Library Week - Mark your calendars now for the following events that will take place as part of our National Library Week (April 10-16) celebration. More information on these events can be found on the Library's blog at www.rohrbachlibrary.wordpress.com
•April 1 – 15, Come to RL 24 to have your picture taken with your favorite book. We will use your picture to create an 11x17 READ poster that will be on display during the month of April. To see some examples of celebrity READ posters, please go to www.alastore.ala.org/SearchResult.aspx?CategoryID=158.
•April 10-15, “Like” us on our Facebook page (Rohrbach Library) for a chance at winning a prize for answering the daily trivia question.
•On April 12, from 4 p.m.- 5 p.m. in RL 100B, Robert Saniscalchi will be talking about his new novel, My Life, For Her, the sequel to his novel Bullets and Bandages, which is based on his brother’s experiences as an army combat medic in the Vietnam War.
•On April 13, from 4 - 5 p.m. in RL 100B, Berks County Poet Laureate Craig Czury will celebrate National Poetry Month and National Library Week with a reading in the Voices and Choices Center.
Karen J. Wanamaker, Outreach Librarian
“Absence is Presence: Matthew Daub’s Kempton” -- Nationally renowned watercolor artist and professor of Fine Arts,Matthew Daub will deliver an illustrated Chambliss Faculty Research Awards lecture on Monday, April 18, at 4:30 p.m. in the McFarland Student Union’s Alumni Auditorium. Admission is free, and the public is invited to attend this fascinating presentation.
The title of the lecture, “Absence is Presence: Matthew Daub’s Kempton,” is taken from an essay by Carl Little on Daub’s work.
Daub has been a professor of Fine Arts at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania since 1987. His watercolor paintings and drawings have been widely exhibited for over three decades, with more than 20 one-person exhibitions at galleries and museums throughout the United States including the Reading Public Museum in Pennsylvania, and the Evansville Museum in Indiana. Daub’s works have been included in numerous invitational exhibitions at prestigious institutions such as The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The American Academy of Arts and Letters, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, and in 2010, the 185th Invitational Exhibition of American Art at the National Academy of Design in New York City. For more information, please visit http://www.kutztown.edu/admin/urelations/mediarelations/1104/daub-chambliss.shtml
Cosmic Fine-Tuning and God: On Thursday, Apr. 14, 7 -8:30 p.m., in the AF 200, Dr. Robin Collins, professor of philosophy at Messiah College (Grantham, Pa.), will give a talk on how recent findings in physics strongly suggest the existence of a divine being. For more information please follow link: http://www.kutztown.edu/academics/liberal_arts/philosophy/club.asp
GLBTQ Resource Center is hosting a movie night on Apr. 12 at 7 p.m. in room 4 of OM. The film Watermelon Woman is being shown as part of a series of Staff Pick Movie Nights for GLBTQ Awareness month. This event is open to students, faculty, staff, alumni and the public. For more information, please contact the GLBTQ Resource Center at x6-4111.
Around the Globe: A Visit to China is Tuesday, Apr. 12, 11 a.m.- 1 p.m., MSU, Multipurpose Room. Come and learn about the history, politics, culture, geography, philosophy, music, and literature of China from KU students while savoring delights of Chinese cuisine. Co-sponsored by Multicultural Center, Chinese Students and Scholars Association, Modern Languages Studies, Philosophy Department, Elementary Education and Music Department.
Internet Intruders-How to Keep Yourself Safe - The Kutztown Community Forum, on Apr. 13 at 6 p.m. in AF 102 will highlight Internet-based dangers and what precautions to take. Join in the discussion to learn about how the Internet affects your life and what you need to do about it. For questions or more information, please contact Maureen Cravath at Mcrav969@live.kutztown.edu
Friday, Apr. 15 from 2 - 3:30 p.m. in Schaeffer Auditorium, Kutztown University students, staff, faculty and administrators are invited to the hear Jerry Pinkney, winner of the 2010 Caldecott Award and many other awards for his outstanding illustrations in children's books. Also, Pat Mora, poet and author of books for children and adults, will be presenting. Pat is the founder of El Dia de los libros, celebrated in communities around the United States. Many of her books are bilingual (Spanish and English). This event is offered at no charge to the KU community. The presenters will autograph books immediately after in MSU. Books are available for purchase at a 20% discount in the KU Bookstore.
Please join KU student-writers for the 7th Annual KU Composition Conference on Wednesday, Apr. 13. This conference, sponsored by the English Department, is a venue for student work produced in all levels of Composition & Rhetoric courses at KU, from freshmen introductory classes to graduate seminars. Our theme this year is "Arts of Noise." Presentations will include traditional essays, audio essays and multimedia work.
Thank you for supporting student writing at KU.
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