The annual Timmons Chapel Christmas Concerts, a holiday tradition since 1968, will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 8 & 10. The concerts are free.
A group of Pittsburg State students are giving back to the community this holiday season by using what they've learned in the classroom to help those in need.
The PSU Bands will add their special talents to the holiday season with a free Christmas concert at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 5, in Pittsburg’s Memorial Auditorium.
Pittsburg State University construction management students and faculty will get the latest information on construction rigging safety next week during a special seminar offered by an industrial partner.
Pittsburg State University students interested in a career uncovering fraud and crime can get a fresh perspective through a new course in the Department of Accounting and Computer Information Systems.
Pittsburg State University President Steve Scott sat down with 17 preschoolers on Nov. 16 to read a book about vegetables. In honor of Kansas Reads to Preschoolers Week, Dr. Scott read "Up Down and Around" by Katherine Ayers to students in the PSU Preschool.
The PSU Bands will add their special talents to the holiday season with a free Christmas concert at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 5, in Pittsburg's Memorial Auditorium.
Pittsburg State University will honor two alumni with its Meritorious Achievement Award during winter commencement exercises on Dec. 17. A reception for the honorees will be held at 5 p.m. at the Wilkinson Alumni Center. This year's recipients are Calvin E. Mein, a board certified vitreoretinal surgeon in San Antonio, Texas; and Daniel L. Mildfelt, president and chief executive officer of Community National Bank and Community Bancorp, Inc., in Chanute, Kan.
Representatives from the architectural firm Gould-Evans will lead an open forum for the community on Wednesday, Dec. 8, related to the development of Pittsburg State University's new campus master plan. The event will take place from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the lower level of the Wilkinson Alumni Center at Ford and Joplin streets.
Dr. Susan Knell suggests that families can lower stress and enhance the holiday atmosphere in their homes by adding a new holiday tradition to their busy routine – reading. Knell, a member of the faculty in Pittsburg State University’s College of Education and a reading expert, said that the weeks leading up to Christmas can be a magical time for children who are read to and who have good books to read.