Pittsburg State University faculty and staff will get a spirited start to the holidays next week with the annual Holiday Buffet.
Two new employees with experience in industry and law have joined the Pittsburg State University Development Office, according to Scott Roberts, director of University Development.
With temperatures set to drop this week, three Pittsburg State University organizations are teaming up just in time to collect coats and blankets for families in need.
There's no question to students at Pittsburg State University that Prevention and Wellness Coordinator J.T. Knoll goes above and beyond for them. From serving as a mentor to stepping in to offer health lectures when instructors need to miss class, his commitment to higher education is a constant.
Pittsburg State University international students from across the world will be sharing in one of the semester's most appetizing cultural events this weekend.
Lacey Taylor has been named as the new assistant director in the Office of Alumni and Constituent Relations at Pittsburg State University, according to Director Johnna Schremmer
Members the Native American Student Association at Pittsburg State University will be giving away a tasty sample of their heritage this week.
If the growing non-smoking culture in the United States isn't reason enough for college students to kick the habit, two Pittsburg State University organizations are hoping next week's events give smokers the motivation they need.
A legendary White House journalist credited with paving the way for female reporters will be the keynote speaker at the 2007 Profiles of Women in Government Lecture Series at Pittsburg State University.
The most recent film from controversial director Michael Moore will be the subject of intense discussion among students and faculty this week at Pittsburg State University.