It’s not unusual to hear PSU alumni describe returning to the campus as “coming home,” but seldom do those ties extend half way around the globe and span more than three decades. Tai-Yu (Gary) Kao and his wife, Wen-Meng Kao, are in Pittsburg this week to help their daughter, Chia-Ying (Jenny) Kao, and a niece, Carrie Meng, get settled as they prepare to make their own Pitt State memories.
Band members were the first Kansas Shrine Bowl participants to arrive at Pittsburg State University this week. The 172 musicians, who are part of the Kansas Masonic Foundation’s 31st annual All-State High School Marching Band, checked into their rooms on Tuesday. Almost immediately, the students began a rigorous practice schedule in preparation for the 41st annual Kansas Shrine Bowl at 7:05 p.m. on Saturday, July 26th, in Carnie Smith Stadium.
The Eta Eta Chapter of PSU's Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority recently received the national organization’s top honor for the third year in a row.
A few lucky students will soon have an opportunity to enjoy some of the most exciting nightlife in southeast Kansas. Delia Lister, Nature Reach Program Coordinator, said a few spots still remain for the Pittsburg State University Nature Reach Summer Overnight Camp, Aug. 2-3.
PSU grads make up a big part of the staff at LEGO Education North America, a company based in Pittsburg with an international presence.
Pittsburg State University nursing students, in partnership with Via Christi Hospital, are staffing an exhibit near the entrance of the Farm Show where visitors can get a blood pressure check and pick up valuable information about a wide range of health issue.
Pitt State grad Callie Wheeler has turned what seemed to be a setback into a new career.
In an effort to reduce consumption of plastic bottles at Pittsburg State, nearly 20 water refill stations have been installed across campus.
A dozen students from Gyeongsang National University in South Korea are at Pittsburg State this summer for a unique American internship experience.
Jenny McCool O’Dell, an instructor in the School of Construction, has been honored as a leader and a role model for other women interested in careers in the male-dominated construction industry.