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Center for the Arts Becoming a Reality at PSU

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The Dean's Office for the College of Arts and Sciences is located in Grubbs Hall

Grubbs Hall

College of Arts & Sciences
311 Grubbs Hall
Pittsburg State University
1701 South Broadway
Pittsburg KS 66762

Phone: 620-235-4685
FAX: 620-235-4686
E-Mail: artsc@pittstate.edu

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PSU announces gift for Irene Ransom Bradley School of Nursing

PSU announces gift for Irene Ransom Bradley School of Nursing

The Pittsburg State University Department of Nursing is now the Irene Ransom Bradley School of Nursing. PSU officials revealed the name change Tuesday at a ceremony in which they recognized Dr. Fay Bradley for a gift of $1 million to the program. The new name honors Dr. Bradley’s mother.

INNOVATIVE TEACHING: USING IPADS IN ART COURSES

Students making art with iPads

Students making art with iPads

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.

INNOVATIVE RESEARCH: BIOLOGY FACULTY MEMBER DISCOVERS NEW SPECIES

Professor’s find makes world top-10 list

Professor’s find makes world top-10 list

A PSU professor's find has been named one of the top 10 new species of 2013.

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT: ANALYZING AND DEPICTING TAR CREEK, OKLAHOMA

 

Tar Creek through the eyes of artists, scientists

Tar Creek through the eyes of artists, scientists

The theme for the 2013 Pittsburg State University Interdisciplinary Lecture Series, set for Sept. 26-28, is one familiar to anyone who has lived and worked in the Four-State area for any length of time. The series, which bridges art, science and politics, will look at the Tar Creek Superfund site as both a major environmental issue and also a place that many still call home.