Facility renovations and expansions of the Kelce College of Business took a major step forward Thursday with the acceptance of a $300,000 pledge from the Girard National Bank and its University Bank locations.
On Tuesday morning, Dustin Doherty knew exactly how students coming to the College of Technology's Company Day were feeling: a bit nervous and overwhelmed.
When Lauren Sullivan turned 12, her father had a special birthday surprise waiting.
Pittsburg State University will welcome the Lions of Lindenwood University to Carnie Smith Stadium on Saturday for the Gorillas’ second home football game of the season, which also happens to be one of its most colorful: It's Family Day.
A unique program in the Kelce College of Business gave students the opportunity to interact with a fellow Gorilla who has executive-level experience in financial advising and wealth management.
For Paul Herring, a professor in Pittsburg State’s Plastics Engineering Technologyprogram, Monday was delivery day, and much like an expectant father, he found himself nervously pacing back and forth as his new delivery entered the lab. That’s about where the comparison with a new father ends — Herring’s new “baby” is lime-green and weighs 16,000 pounds.
Earlier this year, Taylor Panczer joined the staff of Pittsburg State University as program coordinator for Campus Activities.
Danielle Driskill, a Pittsburg State University alumna, will be the new Assistant Director for the Office of Alumni & Constituent Relations, replacing Meagan Swafford, who recently moved to the Office of Development as Director of Donor Relations.
More than 300 representatives from 200-plus companies will descend on Pittsburg State University Sept. 19-20 for the College of Technology's Company Day at the Kansas Technology Center.
Choose a job you love, and you’ll never work a day in your life. It’s a saying we’ve all heard. But what if you’re not certain what you want to do?