KU President F. Javier Cevallos delivered his annual opening day address on August 23, 2013. Highlights of this video include a video tour of the renovation of Schaeffer Auditorium, speeches from the university's union and student leaders, Dr. Cevallos' state of the university address (full text: http://www.kutztown.edu/about/presidential/statements/addresses/sua2013.aspx) and the naming of the 2013 Arthur and Isabel Wiesenberger Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching.
KU President F. Javier Cevallos delivered his annual opening day address on August 24, 2012. This year's message is titled "Choose Kutztown," highlights include what each area of Kutztown is doing to ensure that our current and prospective students "Choose Kutztown."
Kutztown University's renovated Cub Cafe opened for students today in the McFarland Student Union. The renovation includes expanded and varied seating areas, along with several new stations with interactive service and freshly-made food orders. The cafe is the second of a four-phase project to renovate KU's on-campus dining options. The third phase of renovations will start this spring, with the transformation of the Golden Bear Food Court of South Dining Hall into a 24-hour MyTime Dining area.
KU President F. Javier Cevallos delivered his annual opening day address on August 30, 2011. Highlights include changes in organizational structure, the results of last year's primary goals, division accomplishments, and updates to the university's strategic plan.
Students and faculty discuss life as a Latino at Kutztown University and what makes their education unique. The organizations and support available make KU an optimal environment for students of all backgrounds. Part 1 of 2. Part 2: http://youtu.be/Ej4J6ZAgpU8
Take a closer look as we take you on a walking tour of our upperclassmen apartment-style complex, Golden Bear Village South at Kutztown University.
This video on the Kutztown University Career Development Center presents information on the many services provided to help KU students pursue a successful career path.
Dr. William Donner, professor in the Dept. of Anthropology/Sociology at Kutztown University, leads a discussion about the history of the Pennsylvania German Culture. He discusses the region's strong approach to a multicultural education, which had a strong impact on the founding of then Keystone State Normal School. Dr. Donner's book on the subject is recently released: http://www.psupress.org/books/titles/978-0-271-07118-3.html?utm_source=CatsCust&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=NewTitleDonner Dr. Jennifer Schlegel, associate professor in the Department of Anthropology/Sociology, discusses whether Pennsylvania German is a language or a dialect. Patrick Donmoyer, site manager of the Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center, speaks about the center and how the university plays a role in this distinct region.
Find out about the Student Government Board (SGB) at Kutztown University. Joe Scoboria, president, Student Government Board, and Robert Watrous, associate provost and dean of students, talk about how the board represents the student body at Kutztown University.
The 11th Annual Community Forum, sponsored by the Department of Social Work at Kutztown University, draws a variety of people to this event: professional social workers, community leaders, academics and students. The event was held on March 15, 2013. This year's topic relates to the implications of the Affordable Health Care Act. Once best practices are heard from a panel of experts, collaboration occurs among attendees to develop an action plan that will build bridges to the community, ultimately creating change. KU students have an opportunity to be empowered, networking and engaging with other professionals in this social change and cultivating a professional identity. KU's Dr. Janice Gasker, professor: "the Department of Social Work at KU takes very seriously our charge as a public institution to work with the community. We enjoy collaborating and supporting the human service enterprise."