September 23, 2021
Students and faculty dig up details about pre-historic life in Kutztown.
Kutztown University students don’t need to travel to far-off lands to try their hand at archaeological field work; there are prehistoric research sites right here on the KU campus!
Students had the opportunity to conduct an archaeological dig in August with the guidance of Dr. Khori Newlander, assistant professor of anthropology and sociology. Artifacts gathered at the site are dug up, cleaned and analyzed to paint a picture of prehistoric life on the land the university now sits upon.
Find out more about the dig by watching the video below.
The Blues and Rock Ensemble at Kutztown University will make you get out of your seat and dance - and applaud this award-winning group.
After graduation, Heather Browne '16 moved back to the Baltimore area, where she is now a first-grade teacher at the Maryland School for the Blind.
Two years after graduating in 2009, Clay created his first fantasy football website. A year later, he launched the Pro Football Focus Fantasy section. By 2016, ESPN came calling.
Nessa Cartagena, of Bethlehem, Pa., was awarded the 2018 Enlightened Leadership Scholarship to attend KU, and is a double major in finance and personal financial planning.
Award-winning Executive Chef Larry Gattens opens up about KU, his bronze medal and his second year at the NACUFS Culinary Challenge.
A field hockey player by training, she soon identified the characteristic that would come to define her love for politics: a competitive spirit.
Peace Corps volunteer Yorman De La Rosa made it to Morocco by way of Kutztown University, after a semester-long stop in our nation’s capital.
Marybeth Kern ’09, M’19, who recently secured a spot as a featured artist in Logic’s music video, is all about collaboration.
Tekiah Brabham's commitment to urban classrooms leads her to teach in Washington, D.C.
Christina Franko Uliano ’07 used a Fulbright Teachers for Global Classrooms grant to broaden her curriculum. After spending time abroad in Colombia, Christina joined a Fulbright global education online course to learn the tools for bringing global thinking into the classroom.
Jacey Tran and Bekah Roux, honors students at KU, became fast friends during the unexpected 2020 quarantine.
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Michael is a sophomore, majoring in secondary education with a concentration in mathematics.
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Briana combined a marketing major with a social media minor to create a path to success in a field she can't wait to join.
Savina found the perfect combination at KU, with a double major in chemistry and environmental science.
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Frankmarlin is a 2020 Kutztown University graduate of the Studio Arts Program. He returned to KU in 2020-21 as an artist in residence.
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KU's Upward Bound program helps prepare students in Allentown's William Allen School District for a college education.
This professional writing graduate is helping to bring PennDOT's message to the people of Pennsylvania.
KU professors and internationally renowned musical duo nurture promising students and promote the university’s musical offerings, recruiting a new generation of young virtuosos.
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Environmental science student Patrick plans to continue his research in graduate school.