KU takes on Concord tomorrow in the NCAA Division II playoffs! The game starts at noon - please see www.kubears.com for more information.
One day until KU’s big NCAA football game against Concord!
Tickets are on sale today in the athletic office in Keystone Hall, and will be
available tomorrow at the gate. Kickoff is set for noon! Check out the video
For complete information on KU’s appearance in the NCAA® Division II Football Playoffs Super Region 1 - First Round, visit http://kubears.com and click on the championship link to the right. The playoff page includes broadcast and telecast times, feature stories and more.
David Cullen, KU Department of Music guitar instructor, was a featured performer with Ugandan musician, Samite Mulondo, at the 60th Anniversary celebration of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees on Tuesday, Nov. 15. The event was held at the Plaza Hotel in New York City. This year’s honoree was ABC News journalist Juju Chang.
Christine Quinter, Secretary, Music Department
We are pleased to welcome Geoff Goyne to the University Relations staff as the new sports information director (SID). Geoff comes to KU from Wesley College, in Dover, DE, where he served as sports information director since 2007. He also spent two years at Mercyhurst as an assistant SID, and was a graduate assistant in our sports information office from 2003-05. Geoff begins his duties at KU on Monday.
Matt Santos, director, University Relations
Faculty Shop Talk - Join your colleagues this Friday, Nov. 18, for conversation, wine & cheese, and a chance to learn about the scholarly activities of one of your colleagues at the third 2011-2012 Shop Talk. This month's presentation, by Dr. Jonathan Shaw (English), is titled "Morning in America: Metaphorics of Light in Stephen Wright's M31: A Family Romance". Dr. Shaw's talk examines the themes underlying this dark and bizarre SF novel by presenting comparisons to Spielberg's "Close Encounters ...." and the Reagan administration. The talks are held in SUB 250. Attendees assemble at 4 p.m. for wine and cheese and conversation, with the presentation commencing at 4:20 p.m. For more information, including the 2011-2012 schedule, and to see an abstract of Dr. Shaw's talk, please visit: http://faculty.kutztown.edu/butler/FacultyShopTalks.html.
•Pro 100 – Organization and Function of Enterprises
•Pro 110 – Fundamentals of Exchange: Understanding the Function of Marketing In Society
•Pro 120 – Accounting Survey For Professional Studies
•Pro 130 – Practical Leadership
•Pro 185 – Fundamentals of Personal Finance
•Eco 010 – Introduction to Economics
Tartuffe by Moliere - The performance on Saturday, November 19
will start at 2 p.m. Tickets may be bought at the Information Desk at MSU; online
http://www.kutztownpresents.org/Other%20KU%20Tickets; and at the door at the
Keep KUR as your early autumn soundtrack - On Sunday, Nov. 20, tune in for "Free Speech Radio" at 10:30 a.m., "Classical Guitar Alive" at 11 a.m., Later, it's "Anything Goes" (Swing/Big Band/Old-Time Jazz) at 2 p.m., "Fifty One Percent" (Women's Talk) at 3 p.m., and "This Way Out" at 3:30 p.m.
On Monday, Nov. 21, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., KUR will be broadcasting Noam Chomsky live from Schaeffer Auditorium. Tickets are all sold out to this special event but KUR will be bringing you wall-to-wall coverage of the presentation beginning at 6:30.
Later in the week, our normal Tuesday block of community access talk programming takes a week off for Thanksgiving week, so be sure to listen in again on the 29th for "Kutztown Live," "The Dan Donahue Show," and "The KU Car Show." KUR believes in family and we want to give our talk hosts off to safely get home to their family for the holiday.
All of this in addition to all the new great student/staff specialty shows, the full schedule of which can be found by clicking on the "Schedule" link on our webpage near the top.
Michael Regensburger, KUR Radio
Tickets for the NCAA Division II Super Region One first round football playoff game between KU and Concord are on sale now in the KU Athletics office in Keystone Hall. Due to NCAA regulations, all KU faculty and staff must purchase a ticket to attend Saturday’s game at University Field. Adult general admission tickets are $10. Senior citizen and non-KU student general admission tickets are $5 each. Limited reserved seating is available at regular season pricing. KU students will be admitted free with a valid KU ID, thanks to a sponsorship by the athletic department. Tickets will be on sale the remainder of the week during business hours and Saturday morning at the gate. Kickoff is set for noon.
Be sure to be here to support our Golden Bears --- the 2011 PSAC Champions and best-ever sixth ranked team in the Division II --- as they begin their quest for a national title!
Don't miss out on this
great opportunity to save you time this holiday season. Today is the
last day to place your order for Kutztown Catering's KU Take Home Sweets for the
Holidays Menu. Kutztown Catering is offering pies, cheesecakes, pumpkins rolls,
breads, and rolls to help make your holidays a bit easier. Please check out the
www.campusdish.com/en-US/CSE/Kutztown/Catering/ and place your order today.
Orders and payment can be placed directly through the Catering Office in South
Dining Hall by calling x3-4680 or email
email@example.com. Orders will be available for pick up at South Dining
Hall on Tuesday 22nd, 2-5 p.m. and Wednesday 23rd 11 a.m. - 4 p.m., just in time
for your holiday parties.