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Beginning in winter 2015, Kutztown University's Department of Special Education will offer an online, 12-credit autism endorsement program for currently certified teachers or seniors who are enrolled in a program leading to instructional certification.
Dr. Kelley R. Kenney, KU professor of counseling and student affairs, has been honored as the recipient of the Pennsylvania College Personnel Association (PCPA) 2014 Ronald Lunardini Mentoring Award.
Dr. Avidan Milevsky, associate professor of psychology at KU, is the author of the forthcoming "Understanding Adolescents for Helping Professionals."
On Friday, Oct. 24, Kutztown University will become home to the largest collection of rare xylophones, marimbas and vibraphones in the nation.
Lauren Smith, of the Kutztown University women's golf, team carded a two-round score of 155 to become the first women's golf individual Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) champion in the program's history. Kutztown as a team placed second in the two-day championship event, hosted by Hershey Country Club.
Kutztown University's stadium was named in honor of Golden Bear alumnus and Pro Football Hall of Famer Andre Reed '05 at a ceremony at the facility on October 18.
Kutztown University head women's soccer coach Erik Burstein eclipsed the program's all-time wins record in Wednesday's 2-0 win over Seton Hill University at Keystone Field.
The Kutztown University Visual Arts Program (KUVA) has been invited to participate in the 38th annual Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) Craft Show, held from Nov. 6 - 9 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Kutztown is one of only four colleges in the country and the only public school invited to participate.
Kutztown University has been awarded the designation of Military Friendly School, by Victory Media, the premier media entity for military personnel transitioning into civilian life
The Kutztown University Department of Electronic Media won two Crystal Pillars at the Mid Atlantic regional Emmy awards Sept. 20 in Philadelphia, Pa.
Members of the Kutztown University baseball team received a once-in-a-lifetime experience of Monday afternoon. In honor of its recent conference championship, the Golden Bears were invited to the State Capitol building, given a tour of the facilities, and recognized during the afternoon session of Senate.
Reading Area Community College (RACC) and Kutztown University (KU) today announced a reverse transfer agreement that will permit eligible students, who transfer from RACC to KU before earning an associate degree from RACC, the opportunity to transfer KU credits back to RACC to apply towards completion of the RACC associate degree concurrent with their enrollment at KU.
Kutztown University's award-winning Electronic Media Department unveiled its new mobile broadcast vehicle on Monday, Sept. 8.
Kutztown University professor Dr. David Webb has been analyzing ancient footprints from the Ciur-Izbuc Cave in the Carpathian Mountains of Romania. The cave's 'chamber of footprints' had once contained 400 footprints, and nearly 200 of them were in good condition. But in the summer of 2012, Webb found only 51 had survived.
The U.S. Small Business Administration announced today that the Kutztown University Small Business Development Center's Jump Start Diversity (JSD) will receive a $50,000 grant for the launch of the Food Accelerator IDEA (Innovation, Development and Entrepreneurship Accelerator). This will be a virtual program of JSD, focusing on established clients.