News Archive for 2009
Pittsburg State University President Steve Scott announced today that Jamie Brooksher has been named as the university's new general counsel.
The three co-chairpersons of Pittsburg State University's 2009 Faculty-Staff Campaign presented a check for $53,274.24 to President Steve Scott on Wednesday, representing what has been donated so far in this year's campaign.
Long before the leaves began to change and thoughts of winter returned, PSU administrators were thinking about a new inclement weather policy. The policy, which includes the provision for closing the campus, will go into effect this fall.
The Student Recreation Center at Pittsburg State University will be bustling with activity this week as the 2009 Kansas Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance hosts its annual convention.
Pittsburg State University will welcome an author next week whose novel on post-9/11 aggression, greed and racism has earned one of the most coveted literary prizes in the world.
The Pittsburg State University Chamber Orchestra is offering mood music for the season with "An Autumn Concert" this week.
The student organization Up 'til Dawn is planning for a busy week ahead as they organize a social on the Oval and prepare to host their annual all-night Up 'til Dawn Finale.
Pittsburg State University's Opera Workshop will present a vocal concert to the community this weekend featuring the music of one of the greatest songwriters of the past century.
PSU President Steve Scott is inaugurated as the 9th president of Pittsburg State University.
Pittsburg State University is sponsoring an upcoming presentation designed to educate community members on long-range estate planning.