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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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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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Stella Hastings, Associate Professor of Music

If you’d asked Stella Hastings 15 years ago if she envisioned settling in Southeast Kansas to live, teach, and conduct music, the odds would have been good that she still had larger venues in mind.

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Dusty Peterson

Actuarial science, or the use of statistics to assess risk for the insurance and finance industries, was not part of his plan when he first came to Pitt State. But after hearing about the new program and being persuaded by mathematics professor Ananda Jayawardhana, Peterson was in.

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John-Michael Watson

Biology Major

Pittsburg State University students come in all sorts, making their mark with a variety of dreams and plans for their futures. But one who stands out from the crowd in a way that impresses even his fellow students is John-Michael Watson, a pre-med major who is part leader, part adventurer – and all Gorilla.

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Virginia Rider

When Dr. Virginia Rider came to Pittsburg State University eight years ago, she brought with her a resume of awards and recognitions reflecting her exemplary career in science education.

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