I am pleased to announce the appointment of Robin
as the new director for KU Presents! Robin will be responsible for further
establishing KU Presents! as the center of cultural life at Kutztown University
and the regional community, by bringing innovative live music, theater and dance
to campus and, soon, to the newly renovated Schaeffer Auditorium.
Robin graduated with a bachelor’s degree in political science and public administration from West Chester University in 1984, a juris doctor from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law in 1987 and a certificate in Recording Arts and Sciences from the UCLA Extension Program in 1993. Prior to joining KU Presents!, she served as the executive director of Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks and as business manager for the performing arts center at Bethlehem’s ArtsQuest.
Robin can be reached at x3-1580, and by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Her office is located in the Stratton Administration Building, room 107. Please join me in welcoming Robin to Kutztown University.
John Green, associate vice president, Communications, Marketing & External Affairs
Please join us in welcoming Nicole Becker to the Office of International Admissions. She will be coordinating Study Abroad, National Student Exchange, The International Student Organization, New International Student Orientation and assisting with immigration. Nicole brings six years of admissions experience and is transitioning from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Nicole can be reached via e-mail at email@example.com or at x6-4257.
Robyn Apgar, associate director, International Admissions
The KU Math Club will have its first meeting of the semester on Tuesday, Feb. 12 at 11 a.m. in Lytle 218. Our speakers will be Jesse Bailey, Zach Moran, and Emily Snyder, who recently competed in the 2013 Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM) organized by COMAP. They will discuss their solution to the problem of determining an effective, feasible, and cost-efficient water strategy to meet the projected water needs of China in 2025.
KUVA's visiting artist series is bringing in photographer Carolyn Monastra on Monday, Feb. 18 at 6:30 p.m. in Sharadin 120. Carolyn visited 14 countries and all seven continents for her latest series which documents landscapes affected by climate change. In addition to showing her photography, she will talk of her travels, her on-going writing on her project-blog, and her alliance with fiscal sponsor, Fractured Atlas and global warming issues.
Rose DeSiano Galjanić, assistant professor, Fine Arts
Looking for summer employment? The Office of Conference Services is hiring students to serve on the Conference Services staff team for the summer of 2013. This is an opportunity to work/learn/live with people of many diversified backgrounds. Good benefits (includes housing and meals) and pay. Applications are due by Feb. 20, and can be picked up in the Office of Conference Services (Education House) or on-line at http://www.kutztown.edu/admin/confServ/conference. Feel free to contact Terry Sitler or Honey Svoboda in the Office of Conference Services at x3-1359 with questions.
Laura Jones, Conference Services
On Tuesday, Feb. 12, a Fundraising Strategies program will be hosted by the Office of Student Involvement through the Student Organization Support series (S.O.S.). The event will be held in MSU 223 from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Students will have the opportunity to learn more about fundraising ideas and resources available on campus as well as how to navigate the new sales and solicitation procedures at KU. Please RSVP today on KUnited to save your spot at this one time program! You can find more information and register at https://kunited.kutztown.edu/organization/osi/calendar/details/225979.
Drew Griffith, graduate assistant, Office of Student Involvement
Theron Cook’s art, which will be on display throughout the main floor of Rohrbach Library for Black History Month, explores themes of love and life. A reception will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 12, in Rohrbach Library room 100B. At the reception, author and Reading, Pa. native David Nazario will read from his new book, “I’m David, Christianity is Goliath: Why Love is More Important than Religion.”