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Undergraduate Research at PSU

Most students come to a university hoping to find opportunities to broaden their knowledge of their world, their career field, and of themselves. And while many large “research” institutions make the claim that students can earn valuable research experience, the truth is the most educational, hands-on work is often reserved for graduate students - while undergrads are often left observing.

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Students making art with iPads

James Oliver’s Drawing III classroom at Pittsburg State University looks much like one would expect a college art classroom to look. There are paint-spattered easels, life forms, and a wide array of traditional art supplies. But the students in this drawing class use almost none of those.

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Keiva Robinson

Senior fashion merchandising student Keiva Robinson has always had an eye for style.

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Much more than a play

Dead Man Walking School Theatre Project

For graduate student Kristy Magee, the Dead Man Walking School Theatre Project is more than just a play. It has been a nearly two-year effort that has had a tremendous effect on her personally.

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Big gift boosts FPAC dream

Members of the university community packed the lower level of the Alumni Center last week to hear President Steve Scott announce a $5-million gift for the fine and performing arts center. The 30-year-old dream is now tantalizingly close to becoming reality.

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New exhibit opens

A new exhibit of paintings by artist Melissa Wilkinson, “Beau Visage,” opened in the Harry Krug Gallery this week. The exhibit will run through March 7.

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Kunkel named Arts & Sciences dean

Dr. Karl R. Kunkel has been named the new dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.

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Student artist tricks out Humvee for ROTC

Thanks to student artist Anson Pruneda, PSU ROTC will soon have one mean, tricked-out machine to drive around over the coming year.

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Art Day planned for high school students

An estimated 150 area high school students are expected on campus Nov. 18 for a day full of activities designed to encourage art and feature career opportunities for artists.

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Art exhibit opens

An exhibition of the works of Florida artist Judy Rushin opened in PSU's University Gallery on Oct. 26 and will run through Nov. 25. The show is entitled "The Weight of Instability" and will feature Rushin's "Concealment Drawings."

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