This week, as part of the International Education Week observance at Pittsburg State University, students from around the globe are making cultural presentations and participating in various activities that highlight the diverse cultures of the 464 international students at PSU.
Army chaplains and their special form of service and sacrifice were among the veterans recognized at Pittsburg State University’s annual Veterans Day observance on Monday.
Axe Library honored PSU faculty authors on Thursday. It was the 30th such event, which highlights faculty scholarly activity.
By all accounts, this fall’s colors in the Four-State region are especially vivid. Cate Brenneman, landscape architect and director of Pittsburg State University’s Landscape Services, said the area had the perfect weather alignment for a colorful fall.
What started as a pilot project in a southeast Kansas community could lead to national attention for Pittsburg State University and its College of Technology.
Pittsburg State University will honor veterans with an observance at 10 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 11, in the amphitheater of the PSU Veterans Memorial, 1909 S. Rouse, in Pittsburg.
On Monday, Pittsburg State University learned of the death of Sgt. 1st Class Forrest W. Robertson in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Sgt. 1st Class Robertson was a former instructor in PSU’s Department of Military Science as well as a former history major at PSU.
The Grammy-nominated Enso String Quartet will perform at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 8, in the Sharon K. Dean Recital Hall in Pittsburg State University’s McCray Hall. The performance is part of the PSU Department of Music Solo and Chamber Music Series.
The Mechanical Contractors Association-Kansas City chapter recently donated $5,000 to the new Women in Construction student group to support its goal of networking and mentoring.
In a display case in Pittsburg State University’s Grubbs Hall, a mariachi band composed of four little skeletons performs alongside another skeleton in an elegant dancing dress. They are among more than 75 similar skeleton figurines that make up what might be one of the most unusual gifts of art the university has ever received.