A story featuring the Truman Communication Disorders program appeared in the Aug. 2 3013 edition of the Kirksville Daily Express newspaper. The annual Progress Edition is themed “Unlocking our future” and examines workforce development, lifestyle improvement and what it takes to succeed in local business. Read more: Kirksville Daily Read More
Bethany Hoekzema, a recent MAE graduate, was one of twelve to receive the Fullbright/HAEF Teaching Fellowship. Not only will Bethany be teaching in Greece, but she will also act as a young ambassador, providing a cross-cultural educational experience for her students. Congratulations to Bethany Hoekzema and all of the other Fulbright recipients. This fellowship is sponsored by […] Read More
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Orientation for new CMDS graduate students will be Friday Aug 23 from 12:30-2 or so. Meet in Health Sciences room 2203. Bring the things in Connie’s memo! Read More
Welcome to Truman! New majors will meet the CMDS faculty, tour the Truman Speech and Hearing Clinic, get information about the major and CoDA, our student organization. 3:30-5:00 or so, meet in Health Sciences bldg, room 2203.
Truman alumna (class of 1996) and English major Laura McHugh recently signed a contract for her first novel, titled The Weight of Blood. Set in the Missouri Ozarks and inspired by a human trafficking case in Lebanon, Missouri, the novel will be a lead… Read More