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September 23, 2016

 

The Daily Brief

KU COB Research Workshop Dr. Murshed

The College of Business held the first DBA Research Workshop for Fall 2016 on September 19. Dr. Feisal Murshed presented "Salesperson Effort and Performance: The Dark Side of Customer Product Knowledge."

 

TODAY'S EVENTS

(Click Here for the Central Calendar)

12:45 - 2 p.m.

Boys and Girls Club, MSU 322
3 - 6 p.m. Chinese Students and Scholars Assoc, MSU 223

 

 

TODAY'S WEATHER

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

Weak cold front to pass through during the day. May trigger a shower but the front is fairly moisture starved. Very cool air behind the front as highs over the weekend may only be in the upper 60s. Mostly sunny skies in our immediate future though. High temperature in the mid 80s. Winds west at 5 mph.

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS


STUDENT ABSENCE
The following students will be participating in a required class field trip starting Friday, September 23 at noon and running through Sunday, September 25 at 8 p.m.: DeNofa, Jason ; Digiampaolo, Sara; Ehrgott, George; Gonzalez, Rachael; Sumichrest, Ryan; Texas, Zachary; Dempsey, Andrea; Heywood, Miranda; Howland, Curran; Schultz, Amanda; Weidman, Tammy.
                Wendy Ryan, Department of Biology   


  

KU CAMPUS STORE
KU Campus Store - It may still feel like summer around here but we're celebrating the first day of fall with 25% off sweatshirts and sweatpants! Stop by KU Campus Store today through Sunday the 26th to save!
                Andrea Tremper, KUSSI   


  

KU DIFFERENCE MAKERS
As a part of KU's Sesquicentennial Celebration, we have been featuring new faculty and staff Difference Makers on our homepage (www.kutztown.edu) each week for the past 13 months.   We are happy to report that even though the Sesquicentennial Celebration has concluded, we had enough nominations from our alumni to continue Difference Makers for the next several months.   The remaining honorees will be announced on the website every two weeks going forward.  The call for additional nominees will be considered at a future date, pending long-term plans for the program.   Congratulations to all of our past honorees, which can be viewed by clicking on the current feature at www.kutztown.edu.
                University Relations   


  

RED CROSS CPR AND FIRST AID CERTIFICATIONS
provided by Public Safety and Police Services.  Several different types of certifications designed to meet your needs are offered. For a list of course descriptions stop at the Public Safety Communications Center or email Officer Swartz: aswartz@kutztown.edu. To sign up for a course: email Candi CALHOUN@kutztown.edu or call 610-683-4861. All courses need a minimum of four students.
                Candi Calhoun, Public Safety   


  

AMY LYNCH-BINIEK NCTE GUEST WRITER
Dr. Amy Lynch-Biniek, Department of English, is a guest writer for the National Council of Teachers of English blog, Literacy and NCTE. You can read her post on the state of labor in English studies and across higher education here.
                Amy Lynch-Biniek, Department of English   


  

EVACUATION DRILLS, REQUIRED BY PENNSYLVANIA LIFE SAFETY REGULATIONS
are intended to ensure the efficient and safe use of the exit facilities available in case of an emergency. Order and control are the primary purposes of the drill.  The evacuation drills will be conducted beginning Tuesday, September 27, weather permitting, and continue through the week.  Classroom faculty and staff should be familiar with the basic procedures by guiding building occupants to the nearest available exit, and standing clear from the building at least 100-feet to allow full evacuation of all occupants. Information on building evacuation procedures can be found by visiting the following link and scrolling to Page 3 -
http://www.kutztown.edu/Documents/public safety/EOPQuickRefGuide.pdf  Thank you for your cooperation.
                Jeff LaGamba CET, assistant director, Environmental, Health and Safety   


    

 

GOLDEN BEAR ATHLETICS

UPCOMING GOLDEN BEAR HOME ATHLETIC EVENTS

Monday, Sept. 26
4 p.m.                Women's Soccer vs. Holy Family - Keystone Field (Live Stats)



 

KU FOOTBALL ON KUR
Follow the KU football team on the road again this weekend as the Golden Bears head to Millersville for the PSAC East opener.  You can hear all the action live beginning at 3:45 p.m. on KUR, the radio voice of Kutztown University.  Josh Leiboff and Greg Bamberger will provide coverage from the booth.  To listen live, visit www.kutztown.edu/kur. The game can also be viewed via tape-delay on KUTV with Matt Santos and Mike Iannacci on Service Electric Cablevision Channel 524 and 24 in Kutztown and eastern Berks County; Hometown Utilicom channel 191 in Kutztown; and Service Electric channel 266 in the Lehigh Valley.   Scheduled air times are Sunday at 6 p.m., Monday at 3 p.m. and Tuesday at noon.   


 

MOYER NAMED PSAC SOUTHEAST ATHLETE OF THE WEEK FOR SECOND TIME
PSAC Release
Brittney Moyer of the Kutztown University women's volleyball team was named Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Southeast Athlete of the Week on Tuesday for the second time this season.


 

AVALANCHE RECEIVES HIS SECOND CROWN
On Saturday, Sept. 10, Avalanche received his official Mascot Madness crown from Chancellor Brogan of the State System of Higher Education.  View video of the ceremony here.  

 

 


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