March 15, 2022
Mobile Mammograms Returning to KU March 31; Register Today
The Lehigh Valley Topper Cancer Institute will bring its mobile mammography coach to Kutztown University, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m Thursday, March 31, in the Student Recreation Center parking lot. The screening service will be offered to women 40 or older who have not had a mammogram in the past year and no prescription needed. The event is open to the entire community. Post-traditional and graduate students as well as staff, faculty and community members can benefit from this opportunity. There are also grant-funding opportunities for those without insurance; those interested should contact the Lehigh Valley Health Network for more information. To schedule an appointment, call 888-402-5846. Please have your physician's contact information and insurance card available at the time of your call.
Sarah Mailloux - Associate State Director of Programs and Policy
The Pennsylvania Small Business Development Center announces Sarah Mailloux as associate state director of programs and policy. Mailloux succeeds Sonya Smith, who joined the New York SBDC as state director in December 2021. Mailloux was recently selected from a nationwide search and previously served as program manager at Temple University SBDC, as well as operations and communications manager at the lead office of the Delaware SBDC. Mailloux joins the state office with a diverse, well-rounded background with the SBDC network since 2018. While at the Temple University SBDC, Mailloux had many responsibilities, including managing their Center of Excellence for Digital Marketing and E-Commerce. While at the Lead Office of the Delaware SBDC Mailloux’s primary responsibilities included managing programs and operations; this included providing oversight and management of staff, metrics and data management, strategic implementation, marketing, process improvement, grant reporting, programs and operations and change management.
Francene Dudziec, Pennsylvania SBDC
AFSCME Committee Members Needed
AFSCME Local 2234 is seeking members to volunteer on committees that have open seats and need to be filled by a member. Such committees include: Member Recruitment Committee, Community Committee, Newsletter Committee and Campus Beautification and Preservation Committee. Also we are looking for active members to become stewards to represent members. Training will be provided. If you are interested or need additional information, please contact a member of the executive board with any questions. Also, please join us at our next membership meeting 5 p.m. Monday, March 21, 203 Academic Forum. Please note new room.
Christina Ferris, AFSCME 2234
Job Descriptions: How to Attack Job Descriptions in Your Organization
This session, 1 p.m. Tuesday, March 15 via Zoom, will review the value and process of building job descriptions for every role in your company. Specifically, our team will walk through how to leverage your job descriptions as a tool for workforce alignment and recruitment strategies. Objectives for this session:
- We will review performing a job analysis.
- Examine what elements of a job description can protect and hurt you.
- Review scenarios where job descriptions were used as a driver of efficiency and effectiveness and where they have created liability for employers.
- Share tools and resources you can bring back to the office and use to build your job description in a compliant and swift fashion.
Non-Instructional Positions Open
|Job Number||Job Title||Job Term||Advertise To|
|2021-0051||Patrol Officer||Full Time||Continuous|
|2021-0155||Facilities Construction Project Manager (REPOSTED)||Full Time||3/27/22|
|2021-0188||System Administrator||Full Time||Continuous|
|2022-0003||Student Accounts Tech||Full Time||3/20/22|
|2022-0007||Budget Manager||Full Time||3/20/22|
|2022-0008||Health and Wellness Office Manager||Full Time||3/27/22|
|2022-0009||MR2 - Carpentry / Painter||Full Time||3/27/22|
|2022-0011||Groundskeeper / Laborer||Full Time||3/27/22|
|2022-0013 & 14||2022 Summer Painter - Temporary||Temp FT||3/27/22|
|2022-0022||Vice Provost for Extended and Lifelong Learning and Dean of Graduate Studies||Full Time||3/20/22|
|2022-0025||IT Contracting and Executive Support Manager||Full Time||3/20/22|
|2022-0028||Head Women's Volleyball Coach - FT||Full Time||3/27/22|
|2022-0032 (internal)||Applications Developer 2 (internal)||Full Time||3/21/22|
|2022-0033||Systems Analyst||Full Time||3/20/22|
|Asst Coaches||2021-22 Assistant Athletic Coaches||Part Time||6/30/22|
|Clerical Pool||2021-22 Clerical Pool||Full Time||6/30/22|
|Custodial Pool||2021-22 Custodial Worker 1 Pool||Full Time||6/30/22|
|OOC 22-001||Assistant Vice Chancellor for Facilities||Full Time||Continuous|
Jeanette L. Forster, Human Resources
Andrew Dunn Jr. Finishes Career as National Runner-Up
Andrew Dunn Jr. capped one of the greatest Kutztown University wrestling careers of all-time with a national runner-up finish in the heavyweight weight class at the 2022 NCAA Division II Championships inside Chaifetz Arena, Saturday night. Dunn Jr. overcame the cancellation of the 2020 championships and Kutztown's 2020-21 season due to the pandemic, staying in top form on and off the mat to earn a shot at defending his 2019 national title. Top-ranked heavyweight, Dunn Jr. was unbeaten at 23-0 entering the title match against second-ranked and also unbeaten Darrell Mason (21-0) out of Minnesota State. Mason defeated Dunn Jr. 5-3 to claim the title. Dunn Jr. won 61 consecutive matches across parts of three seasons prior to the championship bout and compiled a 69-3 overall record (.958), 22 pins, 15 major decisions and three technical falls. The Bethlehem native totaled 91 collegiate wins including his redshirt freshman season at Virginia Tech in 2017-18. He holds three of the of the program's top eight season winning percentages (1.000 in 2019-20; .958 in 2021-22; and .929 in 2018-19) and ranks in a tie for ninth at KU in career victories. Dunn Jr. is in elite company among Kutztown wrestling greats as one of three three-time All-Americans (2019, 2020, 2022) along with Kohlby O'Donnell (1998, 2001, 2002) and Ziad Haddad (2013, 2014, 2015).
CJ Hemerly, Sports Information
|March 16||4 p.m.||Women’s Lacrosse vs. Wilmington
Keystone Field (Live Stats | Live Video)
|March 18||2 p.m.||Baseball vs. Lock Haven
North Campus Field (Live Stats)
Persons with a disability, and who require accommodation, should notify the Disability Services Office two weeks prior to the event at 610-683-4108 or email DSO@kutztown.edu, TDD number: 610-683-4499, in order to discuss accommodations. Every effort will be made to provide reasonable accommodations. Please note: Kutztown University does not provide wheelchairs or other mobility devices.
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