With great pleasure I invite you to join us at our next opening, held at Eckhaus
Gallery, Mar. 16, 7-9 p.m. featuring the paintings of Robert
Pepper, an artist based in Reading, Pa. The exhibition will be on display
Mar. 16 - Apr. 15. If you have any questions, please contact Katya Popova or
Jessie Horning at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The KU Alumni Association and the Women’s Center invite you to join us
in celebrating Women’s History month with a reunion reception for the Women’s
Center at 6 p.m., Thursday, Mar. 24, in the concourse of Old Main followed by
the KU Presents! concert - Kathy Mattea, performing songs from her album Coal.
The Women’s Center honored guest will be Erica Hesselson '03, executive director
of Friend, Inc. The reception is free and concert tickets are offered at $28 for
attending Women’s Center alumni and guests. Reservations may be made by
Glenn Godshall, director, Alumni Relations
Katya Popova, co-director,
Join the Kutztown University Foundation,
for their annual scholarship
event, Beacon on the Hill, in Schaeffer Auditorium at 6 p.m.
on Thursday, Apr. 14.
the event, chaired by
Martin K. Till and Tiffany Cavanaugh of the Lehigh Valley, enjoy hors d’oeuvres, socialize with guests and bid on
items in the silent auction. Then at 8 p.m. enjoy a KUPresents! performance of Jami Tyzik’s
Femmes Fatales, presented at Ursa Minor’s Café
in the MSU MPR.
Registration for this event begins Mar. 7, through the KU Foundation,
610-683-1394. Tickets are $150 per person.
Proceeds from Beacon on the Hill help to finance the Beacon
Scholarship, established to provide four-year merit scholarships to incoming
freshmen based on criteria established from year-to-year by each undergraduate
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for this event and/or assisting in
attaining auction items, please call the Kutztown University Foundation office
for more information.
Stephanie Deni-Iaeger, director, Annual Giving, Kutztown University
Please check out the SUIS Express Newsletter
to read about some great events in March
Student Union and Involvement
Tomorrow, Mar. 4, is the last day to register for “Strides for Health”
which is an eight week self-directed walking program designed to help you
improve your level of fitness through walking/running. This program is designed
for those walking at home and their partners and does not replace the “Walk &
Talk” program. For those employees covered under Highmark Blue Shield
(NON-PEBTF), completion of this program will count as 25 points for Healthy U.
Also, “Eat Well for Life” which is an eight-week, self-guided program designed to
help participants raise awareness of their current eating behaviors with the
goal of building a better diet. For those employees covered under Highmark Blue
Shield (NON-PEBTF), completion of this program will count as 10 points for
Registration and program information can be found at:
Jean Adam, benefits manager
CET will be sponsoring a discussion group
from 11 a.m. - noon, today,
in OM 297 titled "Using
Microsoft Excel 2007 for Basic Statistical Analyses" presented by Dr. Anita
Meehan. Topic description: This hands-on workshop shows participants how to
install and use Excel 2007's Analysis ToolPak, a little known “wizard" that
performs most descriptive and inferential statistics procedures (central
tendency, variability, correlation, t-tests, one-way ANOVA). The ease of
importing and exporting data files between Excel 2007 and SPSS will also be
f you plan to attend the workshop, please
respond to email@example.com
Sharon Reed, Office of Graduate
Congratulations to the 2011/2012 Association of Campus Events Officers.
These students were elected by their peers to carry on the charge of
planning campus events for the 2011/2012 academic year. Please congratulate them
as you see them. President-Amanda Olecki, Vice-President-Nathan Hine, Treasurer-Chrissy
Zeigler, Secretary-Anna Crisci, Major Programs/Events Coordinators-Joseph
Cirillo and Jennifer Dreschel, Entertainment Coordinator-Joshua Dietz, Marketing
Coordinator-Ryan Paynton, Diversity Coordinator- Franis Jimenez-Pereyra,
Excursions Coordinator-Joseph Manney, Membership Coordinator-Nicole Cerminaro,
Coffeehouse/Comedy Coordinator-Cassie Lukasiewicz, and Social Outreach
Snyder Gallagher, assistant director, Student Union & Involvement
Working it Out! Clothing Drive Collection- The Kutztown University
Women’s Center and the Career Development Center are holding a professional clothing drive, “Working it
Out” in the Old Main concourse for students and
faculty in need of professional work attire.
This includes suits, jackets, pants, shoes, ties, shirts, sweaters, belts
and accessories. All clothing donations must be clean and on a hanger. Drop-off
days for the drive are Mar. 11 and 14, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m., in the Old Main Concourse.
Distribution begins Mar. 15 for students only, 9 a.m.- 8 p.m, Mar. 16 and 17 is
for students, faculty and staff 9 a.m.- 6 p.m and Mar. 18 is for students,
faculty and staff 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. all in the Old Main Concourse. In exchange for a donation of one non-perishable food item for Friend,
Inc., you can get FREE donated clothing for your job, interview or career!
Grace M. Hill, associate
director, Women's Center & Women's Studies
Reminder - the deadline for early consideration for room reservations &
activities scheduled for the 2011-2012 academic year is tomorrow, Mar. 4, at 4
p.m. The attached document will provide the necessary information for you to
participate in the early registration process. Departments and organizations may
submit early reservation requests for their events by using the Conference
Services Room Scheduler (available on-line at
http://www.kutztown.edu/admin/confserv/reserve). A reminder that any early
reservation request for a student organization must be submitted by that
organization’s advisor. If you have any questions regarding the process, please contact my office at x3-1359 (or e-mail at
Terry L. Sitler, director, Conference Services
Please join us at Daily Fiber Intake, an exhibit of eclectic textile art
by current Kutztown students and four award-winning graduates of the
Crafts Program. The opening reception is Sunday, March 13 from 1:00 to 3:00 PM
at Somethings Looming Gallery, 526 Washington Street, Reading, located a few
blocks north of Goggleworks Art Center.
professor, Art Education and Crafts
Seeking Outstanding Student to Deliver Commencement Addresses
- Deadline for Spring Commencement speaker applications is tomorrow, Mar. 4.
Please go to
http://www.kutztown.edu/divisions/studentservices/ to submit your application or to learn more
about this opportunity. For questions or concerns, please contact Julianne
Nolan, director, Community Relations and Development Services at
Attention all KU sophomores and their advisors:
Through the Reserved Officers Training Corps (ROTC), the U.S. Army
offers opportunities for KU graduates to serve their country in more than 16
career fields including aviation engineering, medical services and
logistics, beginning as a 2nd Lieutenant. Starting pay is more than $40,000
with regular increases to $60,000 within four years. Additionally, the
leadership skills learned as a U.S. Army officer are in high demand in the
private sector following service. U.S. Army officers are aggressively
recruited by Fortune 500 companies and government agencies for their
To get started, sophomores are invited to attend a Leader’s Training
Course offered by the ROTC this summer in Fort Knox, Ky. There is no service
obligation to attend the course. For those who successfully complete the
course and wish to seek a commission, opportunities to compete for
scholarships and cash bonuses exist.
http://www.lehigh.edu/rotc/ltc.shtml for detailed
descriptions of the course and career opportunities with the U.S. Army or
call Capt. Derrick Carter at 610-758-3273 or e-mail
Do you know any students
with a 2.75 GPA? Do they partake in service or leadership
positions? While the applications are rolling in, we still have some room to
accept qualified students into this year’s "Who’s Who among American Colleges
" The deadline can only be extended until
Friday, Mar. 4. Please take a moment to drop students an e-mail and forward the
web address so that they don’t miss this great opportunity.