KU Council of Trustees Approves New Graduate Program in Multicultural Education at September 2020 Meeting

KUTZTOWN, Pa. – The Kutztown University Council of Trustees approved a new graduate program in multicultural education as part of their latest meeting held Thursday, Sept. 17.

In Thursday’s business, the KU Council of Trustees:

* Approved minutes from prior meeting held June 11, 2020.

* Approved 21 internship agreements between KU and Behavioral Health Associates (social work), Berks County Intermediate Unit (counselor education), Bethlehem Health Bureau (social work), City of Allentown (political science), Cleveland Ott and Son Greenhouse (geography), Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (political science), Gateway Travel Plaza (art), In The Net Sports Complex (sport management), JEVS Human Services (political science), KNM Psychiatric Services, PLLC (counselor education), Lebanon Valley College (counselor education), Lehigh University (Center of Gender Equity) (counselor education), Lehigh University (Graduate Admissions) (counselor education), Lenape Valley Foundation (social work), Mason Dixon Public Library (EMLT), Moravian College (counselor education), Nazareth Area School District (counselor education), Open Door Project (social work), Pennsylvania State University, Schuylkill Campus (counselor education), Sahl Communications, Inc. (business administration) and The Washington Center (political science).

* Approved a Letter of Understanding between KU and Lock Haven University.

* Approved an Agreement of Academic Cooperation between KU and the Institute for Central American Development Studies, San Jose, Costa Rica, and Scuola Internazionale di Grafica, Venice, Italy.

* Approved a new program proposal: Master of Education in Multicultural Education

* Approved purchases and contracts under $100,000, and also purchases and contracts $100,000 and over.

The KU Council of Trustees next public board meeting is scheduled for 3 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 22.