News Archive for 2009
Classes won't begin until Jan. 14, but PSU academic and business offices reopened on Monday, Jan. 4.
Pittsburg State University launched a new crop of graduates into the world with its winter commencement ceremony on Friday, Dec. 18. More than 580 undergraduate and graduate students were eligible to participate in the ceremony.
With some of the top ranked teams in the country, the 2nd Annual Mt. Carmel Medical Equipment Gorilla Invitational Wheelchair Basketball Tournament will be held this weekend, December 19-20 at the Student Recreation Center and Kansas National Guard Armory at Pittsburg State University.
List of Fall 2009 graduates
Three Pittsburg State University alumni will be recognized during the upcoming 2009 Winter Commencement ceremony with the university's prestigious Meritorious Achievement Award.
For those who were unable to attend the recent budget forums, a video of the morning session is available online.
The Pittsburg State University Choir has recorded a new CD that they hope will help them get to Ireland for a concert tour in the spring.
PSU President Steve Scott spoke to university employees Thursday about the most recent budget cuts to come down from the state. The president said the budget reduction announced by Gov. Mark Parkinson on Nov. 23 amounts to just over $91,000 for Pittsburg State.
The Pittsburg State University Bands will present "A Community Christmas Concert" at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 6 at Pittsburg's Memorial Auditorium at 5th and Pine.
Representatives of the media, the campus community and friends and colleagues of Pittsburg State University Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Chuck Broyles packed the lower level of the Wilkinson Alumni Center on campus Wednesday, Dec. 2, for the announcement that Broyles is retiring from his position as head football coach.