Pittsburg State University will host the ninth annual Profiles of Women in Government Lecture Series at noon on Friday, Nov. 13.
Hundreds of area schoolchildren will be special guests next week at Pittsburg State University's annual Veterans Day ceremony.
With national unemployment now in double digits, Pittsburg State University’s Career Services Office is doing everything it can to help students preparing to enter the job market get an edge with a program the office calls “Career Boost.”
Two Pittsburg State University ROTC teams earned top placement at a Ranger Challenge competition held Oct. 24 at Camp Dodge near Des Moines, Iowa.
Human in vitro fertilization will be the topic of a seminar next week led by one of the country's foremost researchers in the field.
Kansas Gov. Mark Parkinson has directed flags across Kansas to fly at half-staff from now until sundown Nov. 14 in recognition of the death of former Kansas Gov. William H. Avery.
The 26th annual Faculty Author Reception at Pittsburg State University will showcase 11 authors whose works range from pieces on poetry, Turkish music, South American theatre, literary folklore, native wildflowers, and much more.
The 26th annual Faculty Author Reception will showcase 11 authors whose works range from pieces on poetry, Turkish music, South American theatre, literary folklore, native wildflowers, and much more. The reception will be held from 3-4:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 5, at Axe Library.
Two concerts, one by the PSU Choirs and one by two members of the Music Department faculty, provide options for musical entertainment in the coming days. The choirs will present their annual fall concert at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 6, in McCray Recital Hall. Music Professors Patrick Howle, baritone, and Reena Berger Natenberg, piano, will perform a recital at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 11, also in McCray.
Two opportunities for musical entertainment will be offered over the next week by different groups at Pittsburg State University.