News Archive for 2008
The Sperry-Galligar Audubon Society is bringing two speakers to Pittsburg State University whose jobs have brought them closer to animals than many people will ever experience.
The PSU Jazz Ensembles will perform at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4, at Memorial Auditorium. Three groups will perform, including PSU Jazz 1 and 2 and the visiting KMEA District 2 Jazz Ensemble.
Pittsburg State University will recognize World AIDS Week the first week of December with a slate of events to help commemorate those who have lost their lives to the disease and others who may be struggling with it.
Jen Bertrand, winner of the 2008 HGTV "Design Star" competition, will soon visit Pittsburg State University to talk about her experience on the show and what she's learned about running a design business.
Students in automotive technology programs at Pittsburg State University have nearly $170,000 in new toys in the form of four late-model cars donated by various auto companies.
With a new career counselor for students and reorganization to the office, Career Services at Pittsburg State University is aiming for better efficiency when it comes to helping students find jobs.
More than 250 high school students from area schools will learn about careers in early childhood education, family and consumer science teaching, fashion merchandising, and interior design during PSU's Family and Consumer Sciences Career Day on Monday, Nov. 24. The event runs from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the Overman Student Center and the FCS building.
The Pittsburg State University Department of Music has announced the establishment of the PSU Music Preparatory School, which will begin in January.
A recreation major at Pittsburg State University was recently recognized as PSU's Health, Human Performance and Recreation Undergraduate Major of the Year at a state convention.
Cookies, the smell of apple cider and Christmas music from a marimba ensemble will greet concertgoers at a free community Christmas concert on Dec. 7.