KU student Antoine Tawil (L) won the Wii Entertainment System after being selected from those who completed the 2011 Dining Services/Aramark
Customer Satisfaction Survey that was emailed to all KU students, faculty,
and staff in the fall. Antoine is joined by
TIAA-CREF representative will be on campus Wednesday, Feb. 15,
for one-on-one counseling sessions. Appointments can be scheduled online at:
www.tiaa-cref.org/moc or by calling
the Philadelphia office at 800-842-2010.
Jean Adam, benefits manager, Human Resources
The Student Recreation Center and Keystone Hall Swimming Pool will be closed on Monday, Jan. 16, in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Tracy Turner, office manager, Recreational Services
The General Education Assessment Committee (GEAC), General Education Committee (GEC), and the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching (CET) are sponsoring a Workshop on General Education at Kutztown University on January 19, 2012 from 9:00 to 3:00 in the SUB, Multipurpose Room. The focus of the workshop is General Education and General Education assessment at Kutztown University.
The Kutztown Cheerleading team will be attending the Universal Cheerleading Associations 2012 national championship this weekend in Orlando, Florida. The team is competing Saturday against 15 other NCAA Division II schools from across the country in hopes to make their way to the final round held later that day. You can watch clips and follow the cheerleaders at http://varsity.com or by following them on twitter @kutztowncheer. The cheerleaders placed fourth last year in the competition.
Crystal A. Piparato, advisor, Cheering
In keeping with a tradition begun more than five years ago, Kutztown University Radio (KUR), will air Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s entire, approximately 16-minute “I Have a Dream” speech every hour, on the hour, on Monday, Jan. 16, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The speech will air immediately following top-of-the hour station identification and the hourly news, each of the 24 hours from midnight through 11:16 p.m. In between, KUR’s recently tweaked, reflective “KU Radio Lounge” will play. “Most people have just heard the final, powerful “free at last” part of the speech without actually sitting down and listening to how poignant the entire 16-minute masterpiece really is,” said KUR Director/Advisor Mike Regensburger. “In keeping with our mission of being the most multicultural and diverse University station on the dial, we’re proud to continue this yearly tradition of broadcasting the entire speech 24 times on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.” Day.
Michael Regensburger, director, KUR Radio