Monthly Archives: July 2014

CMDS in Mexico!

An enthusiastic group of undergraduate and graduate students and faculty from Truman’s CMDS program traveled to Puerto Vallarta again this year during the May interim to provide speech-language enrichment to children at the Pasitos De Luz daycare for children with disabilities and the R.I.S.E Orphanage. Donations of toys, feeding supplies, and a new printer accompanied … Read More

Exercise Science Collaborates With MU Football Coaches/Team

Dr. Jerry Mayhew, (HES Professor), Richie Schumacher (ES Graduate & Leadership Grad Student), David Meyerhoff (May ’14 ES Graduate), & Courtney Meyer (AT Student), pictured on the left,  Mrs. Jana Arabas (HES Instructor) and  Mrs. Brenda Embree (HES Administrative Assistant), pictured on the right, collaborated with the strength coaches at the University of Missouri to […] Read More

Faculty and Alumni at Renaissance Society of America annual meeting

Truman State University Art Department faculty and alumni participated in the recent Renaissance Society of America annual conference in New York City in late March, 2014. Dr. Jasmine Cloud (alumna, Art History;  who just recently received her doctorate in Art History from Temple University) presented a paper entitled “In and Out of the Roman Forum:…Read more Faculty and Alumni at Renaissance Society of America annual meeting Read More

Laura Stark Interning at CES Performance

Laura Stark, a senior Exercise Science major, is interning with CES Performance in Houston, Texas this summer (May 14th-July 24th.)  During     her internship Laura is working as a Sports Performance Coach for athletes of all sports.  She trains grade school and high school athletes as well as college and professional athletes on the field and […] Read More

Prof. Nelson’s JBA class, An Animated Course

  Photo Credit:  Rusty Nelson Middle and junior high school students in Prof. Rusty Nelson’s Joseph Baldwin Academy (JBA) class, “An Animated Course”, worked on traditional drawn cell-frame animation, stop-motion photography, and claymation animation during this three-week course. Students completed 12 animations totaling about 5 to 6 full minutes of animation at 10 frames per…Read more Prof. Nelson’s JBA class, An Animated Course Read More

Prof. Derezinski recent work

Thanks to Prof. Matt Derezinski for sharing with us some recent updates from his curriculum vitae: Honorable Mention, St. Charles Community College, Regional Juried Art Exhibition 2014, St. Louis, Missouri 3rd Place, Leading Artist Gallery, Visions of the World,  Shrewsburg, www.leadingartistsgallery.com Merit Award, Northwest Art Center, Americas 2014: Paperworks,  Minot, North Dakota Special Merit and…Read more Prof. Derezinski recent work Read More

Drew Fuemmeler-ES Student-Completes Internship in Summer, 2014

   Seventy Exercise Science students are completing experiential learning experiences while enrolled in either ES 250, Exercise Science Practicum I, or ES 370, Internship in Exercise Science this summer semester.  While vacationing in Colorado in June, HES instructor Liz Jorn and her husband Phil (Counselor-University Counseling Services) visited her academic advisee Drew Fuemmeler. Drew has […] Read More

Percussion News

Undergraduate percussion students Nicole Ulmer and Andrew Brogan, and incoming freshman, Jensynn Casper, are out on the road this summer. Nicole is in the front ensemble with Phantom Regiment, Andrew on tenors with the Scouts (Madison), and Jensynn in the front ensemble with the Troopers. Best wishes to each! Dr. Michael Bump was recently named […] Read More