Daily Brief

July 28, 2021

Photo of two members of the Geophysics Society pushing equipment across the grass.

Dr. Laura Sherrod of the Department of Geology and members of Geophysics Society were featured on WFMZ news this week. The society is running a volunteer survey project at a Boyertown cemetery in an effort to help two Douglass Township natives search for unmarked burials. Click here to watch the video and read more.
     University Relations


Weather forecasts are provided by KU's Dr. Michael Davis and "Monsoon Mike" Regensburger

Weak cold front passes during the day. Passage should be mostly dry as sunny conditions prevail. There could be some scattered thunderstorms due to the outflow from last night's storms. High temperature in the mid-80s. Winds east at 5 mph.


Drs. Ju Zhou, Brian Kronenthal and Tony Wong, math faculty, and Isaac Reiter and Lindsey Moyer, math students, will offer a virtual Enrichment Math Summer Camp for 5th-8th grade students Aug. 16-20. They have prepared a lot of fun math problems and activities to share with students who are interested in math or math competitions. The following is the link to the summer camp website. Please feel free to share with whoever might be interested.
     Ju Zhou, Department of Mathematics

Are you interested in learning to play the bagpipes? The Kutztown Pipe Band offers free introductory bagpipe lessons to KU faculty, staff and students as well as local community members. Weekly in-person group lessons start 6 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 8. Individual lessons with in-person and online options are available upon request. Contact sherrod@kutztown.edu for details and to reserve your spot in the class.
     Laura Sherrod, Kutztown Pipe Band

Date Time Event
July 29 All Day Transfer Student Orientation
July 29 2 p.m. KU SBDC Workshop

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