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June 20, 2017

 

The Daily Brief

David Nύňez Contreras  and Dr. Carsten Sanders
Kutztown University Chemistry Major David Nύňez Contreras (on the left in the photo with his faculty mentor Dr. Carsten Sanders on the right) presented his research work entitled "Engineering Green Fluorescent Proteins with Cytochrome c Heme Binding Sites" at the 45th Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting (MARM) of the American Chemical Society (ACS) in Hershey, Pa., June 4 - 6.​

 

TODAY'S EVENTS

 

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All Day CONNECTIONS New Student Orientation


 

 

TODAY'S WEATHER

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

 
Yesterday's storms are giving way to a much calmer day today with high pressure resuming control. Expect any morning clouds to give way to partly sunny skies with highs in the lower 80s, lower humidity, and a nice westerly breeze.
 

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 
PAUDEL ATTENDS UN YOUTH FORUM
Earlier this year, Kutztown student Uttam Paudel was invited to attend the prestigious 2017 United Nations Economic and Social Council Youth Forum, held on Jan. 30-31, 2017, at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.   Paudel, an international student who is currently pursuing his undergraduate degree in political science, was selected as a youth envoy to discuss "The role of youth in poverty eradication and promoting prosperity in a changing world". As a result of his active involvement in plenary and interactive sessions, he was asked to report for the session on "Key Regional Priorities for Youth Development in the Asia-Pacific Region." The forum, says Paudel, provided him with opportunities of productive engagements.
                Petritsa Chatzitziva, Office of Student Involvement/ ACE Advisor     

 

THE WEEK AHEAD


UPDATED LOT A2 / A3 CLOSURE
June 21
Rickenbach Learning Center / Beekey Education Center
Weather permitting, the southern half of Lot A2 will be closed beginning Wednesday, June 21 to complete paving repairs and line striping. During this time, parking will be available in the northern half of Lot A2, and all of Lot A3. I apologize in advance for the disruption. Questions or concerns should be directed to the project manager, Christine Sutjak, at csutjak@kutztown.edu.
                Bill Leech, associate director, Facilities Project Services


  
JUNE RETIREMENT COUNSELING SESSIONS
The following retirement counseling sessions will be held during June:
Empower (Deferred Compensation) - June 21
Fidelity - June 29
Please visit the H.R. website for information on how to schedule a one-on-one counseling session.
                Jean Adam, benefits manager


  
MEN'S BASKETBALL DAY CAMP
June 19 - 23
The KU Men's Basketball staff is holding a summer basketball day camp from June 19 - 23. The cost of the camp is $175. It is for boys and girls in grades 3-12 who have played basketball or who would like to learn how to play. The camp runs daily from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. in Keystone Arena. If you are interested in signing up or would like more information on the camp, please contact Tom York, assistant coach, Men's Basketball at 610-683-4366(O) or e-mail tyork@kutztown.edu.  All proceeds from the camp go toward men's basketball scholarships. Come out and support men's basketball and elevate your game.
                Thomas J. York, assistant coach, Men's Basketball

 

 

 


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