NEARLY ALL OF THE GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS ARE AVAILABLE THROUGH ONLINE COURSES THIS SUMMER!!
|2013 Summer Session at Pitt State
Enrollment starts April 1
Online & campus course info, housing, enrollment info, and more...
2012-13 Arts and Sciences Student Advisory Council (members in alphabetical order): Lauren Arthur (Military Science), Krystal Beecher (Nursing), Micah Black (Modern Languages and Literatures), Jordan Boyd (History, Philosophy and Social Sciences), Mary Calhoun (English), Jakey Dobbs (Communication), Catlin Golden (Family and Consumer Sciences), Carol Longman (Art), William Mitchell (Music), Chris Nusbaum (Chemistry), Rachael Osborn (Math), Talon Thompson (Physics), and Samantha Young (Biology).
Recent Arts & Sciences News
- May 16
- Student nurses earn national recognition
- May 13
- More than 1,100 receive diplomas
- May 09
- Good fortune, determination made commencement possible
- May 09
- Outstanding seniors hope to inspire with addresses
- May 01
- Festival draws top band members from the area
- Apr 23
- Medal of Honor recipient visits PSU
- Apr 23
- Production uses comic improv to examine life’s important questions
- Apr 22
- PSU physics students garner top prize
INNOVATIVE TEACHING: USING IPADS IN ART COURSES
James Oliver’s Drawing III classroom at Pittsburg State University looks much like one would expect a college art classroom to look. There are paint-spattered easels, life forms, and a wide array of traditional art supplies. But the students in this drawing class use almost none of those.
ACTIVE RESEARCH: UNDERGRADUATES WORK WITH FACULTY
Most students come to a university hoping to find opportunities to broaden their knowledge of their world, their career field, and of themselves. And while many large “research” institutions make the claim that students can earn valuable research experience, the truth is the most educational, hands-on work is often reserved for graduate students - while undergrads are often left observing.