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July 17, 2014


The Daily Brief



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Expert Needed:  The Reading Eagle is looking to speak to one of our faculty members on the new Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's guidelines on pregnancy discrimination.  They would like to do a brief phone interview today or tomorrow.  If you would like to be interviewed please email me at



Spots are still available for the Kutztown University football team's eighth annual George Baldwin Maroon & Gold Football Golf Outing on Friday, July 25, at 1 p.m. at the Rich Maiden Golf Course in Fleetwood, Pa. There is a limit of 36 foursomes, so register today! Entry fees, sponsorship information, and registration info can be found at



Tune into KUR beginning at 11:30 a.m. today for a 2 hour and 30 minute community service block of programming. At 11:30 a.m., it's another edition of "The People Chronicles." In this edition, Jackie gets to meet Madison Woytovich about living with Alopecia, being a typical teenager and having a book written about her and her family. Then at 11:45 a.m., Mike sits down with Cara Cairns, marketing director for a Cystic Fibrosis benefit concert at the historic State Theatre of Boyertown this Saturday. At 11:50 a.m., Mike then joins Kimberlee Dawn, Spiritual Holistic Producer, to talk about an upcoming event at the Leesport Farmers Market called the "Angel Days 6th Annual Spiritual Holistic Faire." At noon, it's "The Cyberden" with Mike McVicar, exposing local and obscure artists followed at 1 by "This Way Out," the international gay/lesbian radio magazine and at 1:30 p.m. "Fifty One Percent," the women's issues magazine. KUR is your community service radio station providing diversity and multiculturalism in a wasteland of corporate radio boredom. Stream us live at

Michael Regensburger, Educator/Manager/Advisor, Kutztown University Radio (KUR)



Facilities will be conducting generator load testing July 21 - August 1. Testing should be completed by 7 a.m. for those buildings scheduled in the mornings.  The buildings that are scheduled for the afternoon will be personally notified prior to the start of generator testing.  The buildings that will done on the weekend will have flyers placed on their doors on Thursday July 24 and Friday July 25.


Prior to any of our generator tests we will do a complete walk through of the building to make sure that people are logged off of their computers so that no information is lost.


The following will occur during testing:

A complete building walkthrough on the day of the test to inform everybody about the process

Normal power will be removed

Generator will  start and power the building

Testing of all door openers, card swipe and emergency lighting will be conducted

Normal power will be restored


A schedule of the testing can be found here.  Any questions please contact Thomas James, High Voltage Electrical Foreman,, 610-683-1578




The following non-instructional vacancy is available on campus.  This position is open for current employees only.





Posting End Date: 7/21/2014

Internal positions are posted at Please direct any questions and comments to or call extension 31353.

Human Resources




Seniors Zach Greenwald and Sam Dougan of the Kutztown University football team have been named to the 2014 USA College Football Division II Pre-Season All-America Second Team, announced this week.  Read their story here.