Bear Essentials

March 4, 2020

Governor Tom Wolf speaks at podium, with President Hawkinson, Secretary of Education Pedro Rivera and KU student looking on.

Governor Wolf Visited Kutztown University Wednesday to Discuss Nellie Bly Scholarship Program to Help Thousands of Students Afford College

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Announcements

Counseling & Psychological Services Spring Break Hours- Services will be closed March 9–13 for Spring Break. For emergencies, call Public Safety at 610-683-4001 or Clinical Services at 610-683-4082.

Clinical Services Spring Break Hours - The Health Center will be open March 9–13 from 8 a.m.–3:30 p.m. during Spring Break.

MSU Spring Break Hours - March 6: Open 7 a.m.–6 p.m. March 7 and 8: Closed. March 9–13: Open 7:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. March 14: Closed. March 15: Open 11 a.m.–12 a.m.

Empowered Women Empower Women MixerWAVE will be hosting a mixer to celebrate women's leadership & empowerment within different on-campus organizations. If you would like to attend and represent your organization, sign up using the link. The event will be held on March 20 from 5–7 p.m. 

Presidential Ambassadors Dinner with Golden Bears - On Tuesday, April 14, the KU Presidential Ambassadors will host their annual Dinner with Golden Bears event. This event is a great opportunity for current students to dine and network with alumni. Register using the link.

2020 Wiesenberger Excellence in Teaching Award - This award is open to current full-time, tenured faculty members at KU. Deadline: April 1. Return nomination form to gautier@kuf.org

APSCUF Student Scholarship - Two $500 scholarships are available to undergraduate students returning to KU for the Fall 2020 semester. Applications are due April 17.

ADP Site VisitKU students have the opportunity to visit ADP’s Corporate Headquarters on March 20. All majors are welcome, especially students who are interested in sales. Register ASAP on Handshake. Please call 610-683-4067 with any questions.

Employee of the Month - Now is the time to submit nominations for the March 2020 Employee of the Month.

Women Who Inspire - In honor of Women's History Month, the Multicultural Center will be creating a booklet of essays and quotes about women who inspire. Email agreg499@live to submit a paragraph and photo to be featured in the booklet. 

Ed.D. Students Present at Human Diversity Conference - Eleven Education Doctorate students presented research at the 10th Annual Human Diversity Conference at KU on February 28.

Information about Coronavirus - Check the Health and Wellness Center's Hot Topics page for the latest information about how to avoid respiratory illnesses like the coronavirus.

Events

Thu. Mar. 5

Kindness Karnival - 11 a.m.1:30 p.m. MSU 218. Spread some kindness and visit different clubs at the Kindess Karnival! All are welcome.

Ethical Leadership and Organizational Cynicism - 11 a.m. Sharadin 120. This study aims to test a theoretical model of a mediated relationship between ethical leadership and organizational cynicism.

Internship & Job Search Strategies - 11 a.m. AF 201. Discover the ways to find jobs and internships as well as tips for networking and finding "hidden" jobs!

Creating Your Personal Brand - 11 a.m. AF 200. What does your brand say about you? Learn how to create a brand during your college years.

Fri. Mar. 6

Hacking Herstory Edit-a-thon Proposals - Today is the last day to submit a proposal to participate in the Edit-a-thon.

New York City Ticket Sales - 11 a.m. & 5 p.m. MSU Office of Student Involvement. Get your tickets to spend the day in New York City with some friends! Tickets are $10 with your KU ID. Trip is April 4. 

Wed. Mar. 11

Science Olympiad - Enjoy a fun day volunteering during Spring Break! Great for clubs, service hours, and experience for your resume. No science background necessary. Get a free t-shirt for volunteering! Email midavis@kutztown.edu if interested.

CASA Referral Form

Do you know a student who is not attending class, done poorly on an exam or just not engaged?  Refer them to CASA.  Remember a student can refer themselves.