The transformation of the second phase of the renovation of Axe Library — the third floor — is complete, and was celebrated Thursday morning with a ceremony attended by students, faculty, staff, and administrators.
Brian McClendon, co-founder of the startup which became Google Earth and famously made his hometown of Lawrence, Kansas, the center point of the Google Earth Globe, will share his experiences and expertise Friday with students in Pittsburg State's Engineering Technology program.
During the annual Pittsburg State Four State Honor Band Festival last year, University Professor of Music Craig Fuchs overheard a group of band directors discussing how much they missed playing in an ensemble themselves.
Organizers of Pittsburg State's first TEDx event, "Diversity in Our World," have chosen 10 diverse speakers out of a slate of many who auditioned.
When Dixie Smith taught high school science, her students had many questions about not just what it's like to attend a university, but what specific degree programs are all about.
More than 32 companies from across the country will visit campus on Thursday and Friday for Pittsburg State's Wood Tech Company Day in search of interns and full-time hires, as the industry is thriving.
Pittsburg State was chosen to receive one of 20 pieces of artwork from Environmental Graphiti, a non-profit initiative inspired by the science of climate change.
Poet Laureate of Kansas Kevin Rabas will read from his own work at 8 p.m. on Feb. 22 in the Governors Room in the Overman Student Center.
Soon-to-be graduates hoping to become new teachers have a good shot on Thursday, as the Office of Career Services and the College of Education are anticipating the highest number yet of participating school districts at Teacher Interview Day.
Five Pittsburg State students will present their research in rotunda of the Capitol Building in Topeka on Wednesday, and five more will do so on Feb. 20.