Please remember, the network and phones will be unavailable next
weekend, 8/17-20. See more information below.
THE DAILY BRIEF
Thursday, August 9, 2012
University Fuel Pump Outage - The
university fuel pumps located at the new maintenance building will be out of
service on Tuesday, Aug. 14, from 6 a.m. until 4 p.m. to allow the electrical
panel to be upgraded. Please make sure you fill up the gas tanks on all
university vehicles prior to 6 a.m. Tuesday morning, Aug. 14.
Terry D. Brown, director, Facilities
Congratulations to Denise Bosler, associate professor in Communication
Design, for being selected as a feature writer for GraphicDesign.com.
The website focuses on providing news and information about the graphic design
industry. Her writing will focus on print collateral, product packing, and
identity developments in print and digital projects. Bosler’s book, “Mastering
Type: The Essential Guide to Typography for Print and Web Design,” was an
Editor’s Choice on howdesign.com last month. She also created the website
University Systems, network and telephones unavailable next weekend, Aug. 17-20
--- Because of the renovations to the KU Data Center,
located behind the Stratton Administration Center, electrical power will need to
be turned-off which will mean outages in
several main systems. The two weekends planned for these outages: 8/17-20 and 11/23-26.
Please see the information detailing these outages here:
Mitch Freed, assistant vice
provost, Information Technology
Kutztown Catering is excited to offer new "Boxed Lunch to
Go" specials including tuna Nicoise, grilled turkey salad and Quinoa
mango salad! To learn more or to place an order for your upcoming event, please visit
Hours of operation for the duration of the summer
Monday through Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
South Side Cafe
Monday - Friday
Breakfast: 7 -9 a.m.
Lunch: 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Dinner: 4 - 6 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday
Brunch: 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Dinner: 4 - 6 p.m.
for all the info you need to know about Kutztown Dining! Contact
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KU SCUPA’s PSEA representative, Marc Kornfeld was in an automobile accident on
Saturday and passed away on Sunday from complications. SCUPA was his brainchild
and he negotiated their first contract in the early eighties. His forte was
trying to bring parties together to talk through their differences. Marc was
London School of Economics graduate as well as a Rhodes Scholar, he was
brilliant at the negotiations table with total mastery of all figures and points
that were being discussed. Marc has worked with many at KU and PASSHE over the
past decades in Labor Relations. He never lost sight of the fact that people and
families were most important above all else. He was 71 years young and recently
celebrated 41 years with PSEA. There will be a memorial service in about three
weeks and more information will be provided upon request.
Frances C. Cortez Funk KU SCUPA
Professor Ron Longsdorf, Department of Art Education and Crafts, will be
participating in Make it, Break It, Rebuild it, a multi-disciplinary art
exhibition and series of performances, Sept. 7-15, as part of the
Philadelphia Fringe Festival. The project needs funding and support by Fri, Aug.
17, so please email him for more information at