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Nature Reach gets new wheels

PSU’s Nature Reach Program has some brand new wheels to help take its educational message to area schools. Delia Lister, Nature Reach program coordinator, said an anonymous donor funded the purchase of a 2012 Ford Escape to support the program’s natural history outreach efforts.

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Patrick Howle

PSU Department of Music - Opera

As a professional opera performer, Pittsburg State music instructor Patrick Howle believes there are few art forms that involve as many elements as opera. Between the vocal and instrumental music, sets, costumes, lights, and acting, opera offers multidimensional performances that are a feast for the eyes and ears.

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Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

Construction Management and Construction Engineering Technologies

A few years ago when professor Justin Honey began thinking about how his students in the Construction Management and Construction Engineering Technology department could get some exciting, real-world experience, he sent a letter to producers at the ABC hit "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," offering their services should the show ever come to this part of the country.

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Dr. Steve Harmon

Expert on Africa, the Middle East, Islam and Latin America

When terrorists strike in North or West Africa, it is not unusual for Steve Harmon to get a call. Harmon, a professor in Pittsburg State University's Department of History, Philosophy and Social Sciences, is an internationally known expert on Africa, the Middle East, Islam and Latin America. In recent weeks he has been quoted in publications from the Los Angeles Times to Nigeria as reporters try to explain the shadowy and complex developments in this rapidly changing part of the world.

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Dr. Selim Giray

Department of Music

To be invited to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City may be one of the most prestigious accomplishments a musician can achieve.

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Professors earn certification, plan new course

A grant awarded to the Department of Construction Management and Construction Engineering Technologies is not only bolstering the residential construction program at Pittsburg State University, but also better preparing the professors who teach it.

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The Povery Center at PSU

Director Marilyn Dishman-Horst

The College of Education at Pittsburg State is proof that in order to produce the best teachers, a university must be in tune with the K-12 students those teachers will serve.

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Automotive Technology program at the KC Metro Center

Automotive Technology Chairman Tim Dell recognized some time ago that despite Pittsburg State University's unique and highly respected auto program, the school's location in Southeast Kansas might make it a little difficult for professionals in metropolitan areas to take advantage of programs that would enable them to finish their four-year degrees.

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