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College of Technology Contact

Dean of College of Technology:

Bruce Dallman

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Contact Person:
Lori Hall

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Phone: 620-235-4365
Fax: 620-235-4343

Pittsburg State University 1701 South Broadway Pittsburg, KS 66762-7577

Physical Address
Kansas Technology Center
909 East Ford St.
Pittsburg, KS 66762

Wood Tech Boot Camp

Wood Tech Boot Camp in partnership with Woodworking Machinery Industry Association, January 5-9, 2015

The WMIA / PSU BootCamp is designed to provide Sales Professionals, Sales Managers, Product Managers, and Executives a shortcut to a broad understanding of the industry’s manufacturing processes. The Boot Camp Session is a wood processing industry overview; a unique project-based program that provides an exposure level curriculum and hands-on approach to several of the industry’s fundamental wood processing applications, and the machinery used in those manufacturing processes.


The five-day course will be held on January 5-9, 2015 at Pittsburg State University. WMIA Members receive a $400 discount; tuition includes hotel, meals, course and project materials.

Course flyer and registration form

G3 Expo

Get ready to attend the event of the year!

2nd Annual G3 Expo!

Saturday, March 28, 2015

This free educational event is dedicated to promoting input, manipulation, and output of "graphics, gadgets, and games."

From professional speakers, hands-on workshops and demos, exciting competitions, to engaging exhibitors, G3 Expo has something for everyone.  Whether you are a professional, and inspired amateur, or just a fan, you're guaranteed to have a good time and to learn a little something while you're at it.

For details and registration visit the G3 Expo website!


College of Technology Feature Stories

Senior project could be seen on world stage

Senior project could be seen on world stage

Wood Technology senior Hunter Morrison's senior project -- a desk featuring exotic woods and representing more than 200 hours of hard work -- is getting rave reviews.