who will present remarks.John Dillon, acting director of Public Safety & Police Services shares a personal story followed by Charlie Jones and a heartwarming story his son's loss of comrades.
ceremony concludes with the floral presentation by the memorial on the MSU
he ceremony takes no more than 20 minutes - so, please join us. If you have any questions, please contact Petritsa Chatziziva with Student Union & Involvement Services at email@example.com.
The Sociology Comprehensive Exam for fall 2011 graduates will begin Sept. 28 with the distribution of the Theory Section. The Methods and Objective Sections will follow. Students taking any or all sections of the exam fall 2011 need to sign-up with the ANT/SOC secretary by Sept. 27 by email or drop by the office.
Lori Dahlquist, secretary, Anthropology/Sociology Department
The Tai Chi Club of Kutztown University will be starting a series of Tai Chi and Qigong workshops on Mondays from 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. The first session will be on Sept. 12. When the weather is nice, the workshop will be out on the lawn between the MSU and the library. When the weather is poor the workshop will be in MSU 157 (downstairs in the game room).
The Tai Chi Club will also hold two brief organizational meetings on Sept. 12 for any student interested in joining the club. The first is at 4 p.m. in MSU 157, and the second will be held after practice at 5:30 p.m. Workshops are free to members, whereas non-members are expected to make a donation to the club. More details are available on their website: https://kunited.collegiatelink.net/organization/Taichi
CJ Rhoads, associate professor, Business Administration
KUBoK Training Session is on Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 7 p.m. in the AF 101. It is open to all students, faculty, staff and residents of the greater Kutztown Community. KUBoK is a volunteer coalition of community residents, KU students, faculty and staff working and walking together to maintain Kutztown as a safe and friendly community. Trained volunteers create a sober presence as they walk the neighborhood during peak social hours. Please contact: KubokWatch@gmail.com
Jessica Cole, graduate assistant, KUBoK
KU's planetarium features two unique shows this fall, “Black Holes: Journey into the Unknown” and “Extreme Planets.”
Tuesday, September 27
Wednesday, October 5 "Extreme
Thursday, October 20
Wednesday, November 2
"Black Holes: Journey into the Unknown"
Thursday, November 17
Wednesday, November 30
* The September 27 presentation of Extreme Planets welcomes KU assistant professor and planetary scientist, Dr. Erin Kraal.
Black Holes: Journey into the Unknown takes visitors on a journey of discovery, explaining how we detect black holes and questioning what happens inside of them, where all the laws of nature break down.
Extreme Planets showcases the vast differences in the conditions on planets within our Solar System, and also on planets we have discovered orbiting other stars, hundreds of light years away.
Shows are hosted by planetarium director and KU assistant professor, Dr. Phillip Reed. All shows begin at 7 p.m. Show are free and open to the public. The planetarium is in the Grim Science Building on the north side of campus. For information, please visit:
Author and English Professor Emerita, Karen Blomain, will read from her new book, “The Season of Lost Children,” and discuss her experience as a novelist, playwright, poet, and translator on Sept. 22, in MSU room 250 at 7 p.m. This event is cosponsored by the Shoofly Literary Magazine, the English Department and the Women’s Center, with proceeds benefitting the Berks Women in Crisis Library. Donations of books and money will be accepted at the door. For more information, please contact Grace Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the Women’s Center’s website at http://www.kutztown.edu/admin/womens/.
Grace M. Hill, director, Women's Center & GLBTQ Resource Center