Kutztown University Sesquicentennial
Kutztown University will hold its Sesquicentennial Celebration, which begins in the fall of 2015 and concludes on the school's Founders' Day, September 15, 2016.
The 13-monthslong celebration will recognize the institution's 150 years of existence, which began as Keystone Normal School on September 15, 1866. Activities will include special events, recognitions and promotions. The sesquicentennial logo was designed by KU communication design senior HAYLEY MILLER '14 during a spring semester class competition.
In planning for the celebration, the university is seeking assistance from the KU family with the following items:
Sesquicentennial Grants for Faculty
Deadline: March 23, 2015
The KU Sesquicentennial Academic Sub-Committee is pleased to announce a grant competition in support of classroom efforts to enhance student learning through the inclusion of external speakers, class trips, or other projects that require funding to bring to fruition. More Information
Nominations for KU Faculty/Staff who "Made a Difference"
Deadline: March 31, 2015
Do you recall a KU faculty or staff member who made a true difference in your education and/or was influential in your career success? Please submit your name, class year, the faculty/staff member's name, and a short description explaining your nomination to email@example.com. The best stories will be recognized throughout the sesquicentennial celebration.
Wanted: Photos and Memories of KU's Past
Submit your pictures and memories for KU's 150-year celebration website. Please send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.