March 3, 2023
KU Signs Agreement for Biology Graduates to Enter Doctorate Program at Alvernia University
Kutztown University signed a five-year agreement with Alvernia University to allow Kutztown University biology graduates in the allied health track to continue their education in the accredited Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Alvernia University. Kutztown University students who graduate with a Bachelor of Science in biology: Allied Health will meet the prerequisites for admission into Alvernia’s graduate-level program. Upon successful completion of the program at Alvernia, students will graduate with a Doctor of Physical Therapy and be eligible to sit for any license-credentialing examinations for which the degree prepares its graduates.
Student Club Featured on WFMZ 69 News
Lt. Lance Lillis of the Reading Police Department spoke to members of the Criminal Justice Association Feb. 21. The event was covered by 69 News (WFMZ) and Ana Fratanduono, club president, was featured. To read the article click here.
Weather forecasts are provided by KU's Dr. Michael Davis and "Monsoon Mike" Regensburger
Increasing clouds as the next system moves in. Rain in the afternoon giving way to a wintry mix by evening. High temperature near 43.
LAS Dean Search-Candidate C
The Open Forum will be held 2 p.m. Friday, March 3, 145 Boehm Science Center. The candidate’s CV is posted in advance on the LAS Search Website.
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Faculty Mentor Award Deadline Extended
The deadline for the faculty mentor award is Wednesday, March 8. The UGRC Faculty Mentor Awards Ceremony will take place Friday, April 21, as part of a special KU Inspires: Celebrating Research in the Arts. To learn more about the award and review past recipients click here and for nomination details click here.
Lynn Kutch, Undergraduate Research
Vote for the Kutztown Folk Festival
The Kutztown Folk Festival has been nominated for USA Today’s 10 Best Readers’ Choice 2023 for Best Cultural Festival. Please help us stay at No. 1 on the Leaderboard. You can vote every day through 11:59 a.m. Monday, March 20.
Heather Zimmerman, Kutztown Folk Festival
|March 3||8:45 a.m.||Social Work Community Forum
|March 3||9 a.m.||Human Diversity Conference
|March 3||2 p.m.||LAS Dean Search-Candidate C
145 Boehm Science Center
|March 6||2 p.m.||President's Open Hour
301 Stratton Administration Center
|March 6||3 p.m.||CEL Advisory Board Meeting
Room 6 CEL Center, Rohrbach Library
|March 8||Noon||CMP Discussion
|March 9||7:30 p.m.||The Kingdom Choir
|March 4||4 p.m.||Men's and Women's Tennis vs. Daemen
Hillcrest Raquet Club
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