Wood Technology students benefit from high-tech giftThe Pittsburg State University Wood Technology Program announced this week that the Michael Weinig Group of Mooresville, N.C., has installed a major piece of new equipment at PSU that will allow students to train on equipment that is both literally and figurative "cutting-edge."
Ryan Larson November 2006 Student of the Month - Wood Digest MagazineRyan Larson appears on the Wood Digest web site as student as the month.
Students Appear in Second Wave Magazine (PDF version of article)"Second Wave - The New Generation of Composite Panel Products" magazine , featured an article about the Howard Hughes Medical Institute at Janelia Farm. Pittsburg State's SAW (Society of Architectural Woodworkers) Club took on and accomplished an amazing task.
National Group Singles Out PSU Program With Gift ( PSU Blogger Article)The gift, designed to increase the number of young people pursuing careers in wood technology, is the latest in a series of gifts to the PSU wood technology program. Out of the $100000 the association has given to scholarships.
Surface and Panel Magazine Features PSU ( PDF version of article)"WMIA, Pittsburg State University Bring New Blood to Woodworking Industry"
Student Work The Focus of PSU Wood Technology Open House ( PSU Blogger Article)The latest in wood technology as well as some of the best examples of student work will be on display when Pittsburg State University's Wood Technology Program holds an open house on March 28-29. The Wood Technology offices, ...
Virginia Research Center Features PSU Student Work ( PSU Blogger Article)23 Mar 2006 by Ron Womble In Pittsburg State University's Wood Technology Program, student learning experiences can also become furniture with a life all its own. Some PSU students have recently solved an architectural woodworking conundrum and the result of ...