News Archive for 2013
A Pittsburg State University peer health initiative was recognized recently for its efforts in the field of prevention and wellness.
In their annual tour de force, the Pittsburg State University Choirs and the Southeast Kansas Symphony will combine to present a Spring Oratorio at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 28, at Pittsburg’s First United Methodist Church, 5th and Pine. The performance features the music of Horatio Parker, in observance of the 150th anniversary of his birth.
Pittsburg State University honored Medal of Honor recipient Clinton L. Romesha at the PSU Veterans Memorial on Thursday, April 25. Romesha, now a safety specialist for an oil company, was on campus to talk to students in PSU's new construction safety degree program.
Cynthia Allan believes that some of life’s most important and most poignant moments occur while we are engaged in mundane tasks. That’s the premise that drives “The History of Laundry,” an original work conceived and directed by Allan.
“Kansas is at a crossroads,” PSU President Steve Scott told faculty and staff Tuesday. “The question is, ‘Are we going to see higher education as an investment in the future or a drain on the resources of the State of Kansas.”
On Tuesday, April 23, students and faculty from Pittsburg State University and Pittsburg High School will begin a project aimed at finding the most effective methods of delivery of STEM education in southeast Kansas schools. The project will take place at Pittsburg High School’s Center of Applied Learning technology lab.
A group of four PSU Physics students won a top prize at a regional conference of the Society of Physics Students.
For his senior project, Gambill, a social work and Spanish major from Chetopa, Kan., conducted an E-Waste Recycling Day on campus. The response was more than he could have hoped for.
PSU's Enactus team, formerly known as SIFE, was named a regional champion at competition in Rogers, Ark., this week. They will compete at nationals in Kansas City in May.
The Pittsburg State University Jazz Ensembles will wrap up the spring semester with a free concert at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 23, in Pittsburg’s Memorial Auditorium.