Hosting SAE Baja Kansas has local business advocates smiling.
Mark Drennan, who graduated from Pitt State in 1988 with a degree in automotive technology, is now the general manager of ACDelco, the General Motors Original Equipment parts brand for Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac.
In conjunction with the national multi-year 50th anniversary commemoration of the Vietnam War, Veterans of the Vietnam War will receive special recognition at this year’s Memorial Day observance at the Veterans Memorial.
During her freshman year as an automotive technology major at Pittsburg State, RandiJo Blackman volunteered to help with the 2014 SAE Baja competition.
Livestreaming made it possible for viewers from around the world to tune in for this year's commencement ceremonies.
A senior project with Cessna gave a team of students a very real-world experience.
A limited number of prints from the exhibit, “Images by Malcolm,” are still available for purchase.
Jayden Bowen and Tyler Shelby, both Pittsburg State University graduates from 2016, have been chosen for a highly selective NIH program created to train physician-scientists who will go on to work on the front lines of disease diagnosis, treatment and prevention.
PSU’s National Robotics League team will compete at national competition later this month at the California University of Pennsylvania in California, Pa.
This spring, the PSU TEECA group received the national Outstanding Chapter Award, a recognition given to just one university chapter nationwide.