News Archive for 2012
Solomon Moore, a senior elementary education major from Neosho, Mo., has almost always known he wanted to be a teacher. On Monday, he took some of the final steps before beginning the career he has always dreamed of.
Representatives from the Kansas Department of Commerce, Department of Labor and Board of Regents will visit Pittsburg State University’s Kansas Technology Center on Tuesday, Dec. 11, as part of their Kansas Skills Tour.
Pittsburg State University will hold two winter commencement exercises on Friday, Dec. 14, in John Lance Arena.
The power of Gus Gorilla was on display in November when Strategic Marketing Affiliates named Pittsburg State University as its 2012 New Institution of the Year.
In a letter this week to hundreds of Pittsburg State University alumni living in Missouri, PSU’s director of alumni and constituent relations wrote that the university was disappointed in legislative action that will prevent PSU alumni in that state from purchasing specialty license plates that bear the university’s iconic mascot logo.
Some Pittsburg State University students are working to fill the library shelves at the SEK Learning Center, a school that helps southeast Kansas students with behavioral problems.
Christmas is in the air, literally, for KRPS, 89.9, the public radio station at Pittsburg State University. As the station does each year, KRPS has scheduled a full slate of holiday music and programs through Jan. 1.
A Wisconsin automotive technology student trained by Pittsburg State faculty received top honors at the WorldSkills America competition in Brazil.
The decades-old dream of a new arts center on the Pittsburg State University campus took a giant leap forward on Nov. 30 with the announcement by university officials that the contract for the construction of the facility has been awarded to Crossland Construction Co.
Pittsburg State University will continue a 44-year-old holiday tradition on Dec. 5 and 7 when it presents the Timmons Chapel Christmas Concerts. The annual performances are both a gift to the community from faculty and students and also a tribute to the benefactor who made it all possible.