Pittsburg State University and the Friends of the Memorial will join the nation in honoring former President Gerald Ford during a brief ceremony at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 2, at the PSU Veterans Memorial. The public is invited to this brief ceremony.
PSU Vice President for Academic Affairs Steve Scott today announced the selection of Melinda Roelfs as director of Admission. Roelfs has served as interim co-director of the office since October of 2005.
On Friday, Dec. 15, an estimated 560 students participated in Pittsburg State University's winter commencement exercises in the Garfield Weede Physical Education Building. A list of those students who were eligible to participate in commencement.
Holiday break is a quiet time on the Pittsburg State University campus; nearly ideal conditions for a librarian. Bob Walter, dean of learning resources at PSU, said this week that PSU's Axe Library will be open all but three business days during the break for anyone wishing to do research, read or just get their library fix.
For Mike Bowman, the conventional wisdom that children learn from their parents has usually been true. As his kids grew up, he taught them how to play sports and coached their teams ? training his middle daughter Monica Holmes, 23, to become a budding collegiate athlete.
More than 560 students are eligible to participate in winter commencement ceremonies at Pittsburg State University on Friday, Dec. 15. Commencement exercises begin at 7:30 p.m. in the John Lance Arena in the Weede Physical Education Building.
Pittsburg State University Vice President of University Advancement Dr. J. Bradford Hodson today announced the appointment of Johnna Pesavento Schremmer as the next director of alumni and constituent relations.
Stress is a natural byproduct of finals week for college students, but there are ways for students to manage their stress levels, experts say. Pittsburg State University students can get some tips about managing stress along with a free neck and shoulder massage on Monday, Dec. 11. Finals at PSU begin on Monday and continue until Friday.
Two first responders to the 9-11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Towers will speak about their experiences and about their long-term health problems during a program at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 6, in the Crimson and Gold Ballroom in Pittsburg State University's Overman Student Center. The free program is sponsored by the PSU Constitutional Freedom Society.
The Jazz Concert originally scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 30, (see below) has been rescheduled because of deteriorating weather conditions. The concert will take place at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 5, in Kelce Hall.